I have come across a LiveLeak article that was full of information that I was totally unaware about. It's a compilation of recent announcements. Some
of the sources are questionable so I'm alright with people nit picking as long as they attack the content, not the source. If you want to nit pick
the source without acknowledging any of the content I may not respond to you. All the pages have plenty of links to mainstream sources so that may
make it a bit more believable for some of the skeptics.
I'm approaching this with an open mind so feel free to share your opinion no matter what it may be.
I will provide some of the content with various links and share the main link at the end once I have presented this information. Please forgive me if
it seems cluttered or unorganized but the main link feeds to many different sources. If you prefer you can skip down and click where it says "Main
Okay so let's get started:
Mainstream media misrepresents latest International Atomic Energy Agency
(IAEA) report. What that report actually says is there is no evidence
Iran has diverted any material for a nuclear weapons program. And even
more important: Much of Iran's uranium stockpile has been converted into
a form that would be very difficult to use in a nuclear weapon.
"The agency had found that Iran had "converted much of the new material
to metal form for use in a nuclear research reactor." The Washington
Post even quoted an unnamed Obama administration official acknowledging
that the converted 19.75 percent enriched uranium could not be "further
enriched to weapons-grade material." But this admission appears deep
within the article." ☛ IAEA Iran Report: Little New except Reduced
Bomb-Making Capacity - Tehran Bureau
If you don't believe the above information, follow the above link and check it out.
So if this is true, the IAEA has even admitted that Iran's enrichment is not for weapon purposes, and are even saying that it cannot be further
enriched. How about that huh?
Now a total separate outlet relaying the same information from different sources:
"The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) report made public
Thursday reveals that Iran has actually reduced the amount of 20-percent
enriched uranium available for any possible "breakout" to weapons grade
enrichment over the last three months rather than increasing it." ☛ IPS
-- IAEA Report Shows Iran Reduced Its Breakout Capacity
IAEA Report Shows Iran Reduced Its Breakout
So we have what appears to be another reputable source saying the same thing but in much more detail, please visit the above link to verify or refute
any of the information it provides. I believe this analysis to be believable but will not mind being corrected so please feel free to "debunk" any
of the content provided.
The next source does appear to be a bit questionable and most of the links are to Wikipedia so I don't mind getting flamed over this one as long as
you can prove any of the information to be incorrect. As I previously said I'm keeping an open mind here.
"Not only is any Uranium Iran has below weapons grade but, according to
the new IAEA report, Iran has today less enriched Uranium that could
quickly be converted into a nuclear weapon than it had in May 2012, the
time of the IAEA's last report (GOV/2012/23) on the issue." ☛ IAEA:
Iranian "Nuclear Danger" Decreased
I'm not an expert on this nuclear stuff so if the information in the above source is misleading or incorrect please feel free to explain how so.
According to the source Iran does not even have enough uranium to produce one bomb.
Iran has now 10% less "dangerous stuff" in the form of further easily enrichable 20% UF6 than it had in May 2012. Further enriched this stockpile
would not be enough by half to create even one nuclear device. The "imminent danger" of a "nuclear Iran" has thereby decreased.
I recommend you check out this interview with Clinton Bastin who is an expert on this subject:
Here is a link to the IAEA reports if you have the time and energy to read through them:
Even though I have kept an open mind, this information does reinforce my theory that the media and certain other organizations are lying to us about
the Iranian nuclear program and that we must not believe everything we hear about the Iranian situation that our media sources are blindly repeating
with these baseless claims that by the IAEA's own standards appear to be untrue.
Here is the Main Link
to the LIveLeak article that contains all the sources that lead to this
So what's the verdict?