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Top US Nuclear Expert Tells Obama: There Is No Weapons Threat From Iran

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posted on Jan, 19 2012 @ 05:51 PM
reply to post by Corruption Exposed

It's hard to find time to go through all the local, national, and international law and legislature, which 9 times out of ten is the saving grace of plenty of corrupt figures - too few people have anywhere near the free time to actually read what's really going on. So they get to sum it up anyway they choose, condemning whomever and whatever they like.

posted on Jan, 19 2012 @ 05:52 PM
reply to post by Pr0t0

I agree with you .
What most of the Warmongers don't realize is that to strike Iran's buried facilities, they will have to use Nuclear Tipped bombs, once that Genie is out of the bottle, it will be time to visit your granny in the country.

posted on Jan, 19 2012 @ 06:11 PM
reply to post by Tw0Sides

I had a quick look and all I could really find were a couple of recent articles questioning the ability to penetrate Fordow with the new 30,000lb bunker buster MOP, here

While I know little about calculating impacts, everyone seems unsure, including Leon Pannetta, that conventional weapons could do it, so you might be right there.

posted on Jan, 19 2012 @ 06:15 PM

Originally posted by Pr0t0

While I know little about calculating impacts, everyone seems unsure, including Leon Pannetta, that conventional weapons could do it, so you might be right there.

Just think, there are what 20, 25 buried sites.
How well do you think that will sit with Muslim countries.

Blowback will become a word the World will be quite accustomed too.

posted on Jan, 19 2012 @ 07:37 PM
reply to post by Pr0t0

Alright thanks man do I feel like an idiot, but I think the idea of what I was saying still stands. If I were a country I would probably make my first port of call the WMD auctions or however you say it.

Partly for the idea of what WMD's should be "Dont # with me or I will nuke you back and take me with you". Russia, UK, USA, and China knowingly have WMD's (or weapons you wouldn't want to be on the receiving end of) but yet. They are seemingly left alone. Is this because they DO have wmds and the other countries are scared of what they might do? Or is it because there is more oil in the middle east?

(I know what one my money is on)

You see where I am coming from. Its all too easy for the media to say there wasn't and for Bush to say there is, then there wasnt then there is again. But I can see no benefit at all (especially in todays day and age) to why a country would refuse to own a WMD, and to progress research into building, designing better wmds than your fellow competitors.

edit on 19-1-2012 by MorpheusPsyche because: (no reason given)

posted on Jan, 23 2012 @ 04:55 PM

Originally posted by itguysrule

Originally posted by Corruption Exposed
reply to post by karen61057

The facilities are under routine inspection!

Who exactly is inspecting these facilities on a routine basis? The IAEA has been kicked out of Iran or restricted on so many occasions that it's difficult to know if anyone is inspecting anything at all. While there have been inspections on occasion it is a REAL stretch to say they are routine or comprehensive.

Regardless of the spin our beloved media likes to put on it, Iran has had inspectors routinely visiting their facilities.

But while U.N. inspectors regularly monitor Iran's declared nuclear facilities, their movements are otherwise restricted, and the IAEA has complained for years of a lack of access to sites, equipment, documents and people relevant to its probe.

The media finally had to admit that inspectors HAVE been there the whole time so they had to make it look like Iran isn't cooperating, just like they did with Saddam before the Iraq invasion. Some people are so eager to forget recent history.

Not only have the inspectors been there, there have been renewed efforts to resolve these current issues with a special conference set up for Jan 29-31.

The UN atomic agency confirmed Monday a high-level visit to Iran would take place from January 29-31 for talks on Tehran's contested nuclear drive.

The team from the International Atomic Energy Agency, which said last week the visit would take place in late January, will be led by chief inspector Herman Nackaerts and the Vienna-based body's number two, Rafael Grossi.

"The agency team is going to Iran in a constructive spirit, and we trust that Iran will work with us in that same spirit," IAEA director general Yukiya Amano said in a statement.

I guess the West couldn't wait a few days huh

These POS warmongers are out of control, what makes it worse is that they're using the same old BS lies over and over again and no one is even noticing.
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posted on Jan, 27 2012 @ 01:39 PM
Do countries wishing to have nuclear power supply need US and the West's permission before they can do so? Otherwise sanctions would be imposed and the country would literally go back to stone age....funny..

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