They are making a mockery of the IAEA. What a waste, and if Iran was creating nuclear energy for the purpose of civilian use? What is up with all the
restrictions on these visits, secrecy, and doubletalk? Iran has been given another olive branch with this latest visit, but they go back to their old
ways? One would think that with all the war drumming they would leave no stone unturned, and allow for unfettered access to whatever area these
inspectors want to look at? As you can see I have a whole lot of questions about this charade.
Iran is playing a dangerous game. Time is running out, and the only next viable alternative is armed conflict. The international community has stated
that fact. It is not just Israel and the US doing the barking, but members of the European Union have voiced concern as well.
Keep playing the games. Sooner or later their opponents are going to figure out the parlor tricks. I hope they can resolve their differences, and get
back to full disclosure of this nuclear program. If Iran is concerned about the findings being distorted or trumped-up? Why not have their own media
people accompany the inspectors? They won't, and I do believe Iran is hiding something. If they have nothing to hide? Then why all the secrecy?
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