posted on Sep, 10 2012 @ 04:26 PM
reply to post by SplitInfinity
Iran has broken the NPT in just about every way and thus it must either change it's current behavior and abide by the Treaty or face Sanctions and
possible Military action.
Name one country that abides strictly to the wording of the NPT. Or please list the NPT and how Iran has broken it "in just about every way".
Iran has admitted to building Tens of Thousands of Centrifuges to enrich Uranium and there is only one reason why this many centrifuges would be built
and that is to enrich enough Uranium to Weapons Grade for use in a Bomb.
Why wouldn't they admit to building centrifuges? Is it your opinion, or did you just swallow too much MSM, when you state that building that many
centrifuges is for making weapons grade for a bomb? Please source.
Iran is currently being protected from Israeli Bombing of it's Nuclear Sites by the United States as the U.S. has forbidden Israel to Bomb sites that
would shoot radioactive Material into the Air and Poison much of the Middle East.
Not only the US. They are at least smart enough, in this case, to know that this would bring upon a bigger war than they want/can afford to
participate in. Take a look at every other big country...what is their stance on this issue? The US has not forbidden anything. Please source.
Iran has made threats to close the Strait of Hormuz as well as Destroy Israel. If Iran either attempts to Close the Strait or declare they have
Nuclear Weapons...the U.S. Military will be forced to go in.
Why are they threatening to close the Strait? In protest against the sanctions put on them. Why are there sanctions put on them? It is because of
their nuclear program. What is the matter with their nuclear program? They are not giving full access to the IAEA. Why not give full access to the
IAEA? Parchin is a military base, it is not under the jurisdiction of the IAEA as it is not a nuclear site. They have allowed the IAEA in there
before and it is being negotiated to allow them in there.
Iran has said that the higher enrichment is for medical isotopes. From Wikipedia:
HEU is also used in fast neutron reactors, whose cores require about 20% or more of fissile material, as well as in naval reactors, where it often
contains at least 50% 235U, but typically does not exceed 90%. The Fermi-1 commercial fast reactor prototype used HEU with 26.5% 235U. Significant
quantities of HEU are used in the production of medical isotopes, for example molybdenum-99 for technetium-99m generators.
Hmmm....50 - 90% for naval reactors. I wonder why Iran would
It's soo funny how many people jump on
the "the want to blowed us up using nooklear bombs!" argument when there is so much information to learn about this issue.
Read about what they could be using it for, why they say they are using it. Then look at the the US, Israel, IAEA, and Iran (too name a couple)
intelligence, and wonder why they are all saying that Iran is not making a nuclear bomb.
I will never say that they won't ever make one, but, until every country follows the NPT to the letter, they have no business sticking their noses in