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Friday, October 09, 2009


The claim by the US that its intelligence services have known of Iran’s plans to construct an underground enrichment plant at Qom for some three years is really stretching the bounds of credibility and, when examined in the light of the intense rhetoric about Iran’s so-called ‘nuclear weapons program’ that has emanated from both the US, Israel and the rest of their Western allies during that period, it simply does not relate to the corresponding historical chronology.

If, as the US claims, their intelligence services have known about it for some three years, then why was it not included in the National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) released in October 2007, just two years ago?

Furthermore, the rhetoric about Iran’s so-called ‘nuclear weapons program’ coming out of Israel has been even more relentless than that coming from the US but we are expected to believe that some three years ago Israel too also knew of Iran’s plans to construct an underground enrichment plant yet did not mentioned it at all to anyone despite the fact that its discovery and exposure then could have bolstered their ‘argument’ that Iran’s nuclear plants should be immediately destroyed just as they are screaming for just that right now. Why leave it until now as against mentioning it when Bush was still President who would have been far more likely to support a strike against Iran then than Obama is now?

The reality is; Israel, the US and their allies actually knew nothing of the Iranian enrichment plant until the Iranians declared it, quite properly and within the bounds of their legal obligations, to the International Atomic Energy Agency. Clearly the declaration caught the Israelis, the US and their allies on the hop but decided to try and turn it to their advantage by saying they knew about it all along and that it goes to show just how crafty the Iranians are. However, the only people who have been shown up to be crafty are not the Iranians, but the Israelis, the US and West.

The ploy is utterly transparent and the peoples of the West should begin to demand that there will be no more wars for Israel. Iraq and Afghanistan should be a reminder to us all that we have been fooled before; let’s not be fooled again with this warmongering nonsense.


Winning the Nobel Prize for peace, of course, is likely to make it extremely difficult for President Obama to drop any of his new fifteen ton Grand Slam bombs on Iran.

The ball is now back in Israel's court.

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BiBiJon said...

I think Iran has been demonstrating that it can commission some 3000 centrifuges in a month, and now has demonstrated that it can build facilities in secret. Question is why?

I think Iran is pointing out that its cooperation thus far with IAEA should be commended rather than dismissed as if they had no other choice. They are trying to show that they have a lot of choices, but they would rather see NPT work.

Anonymous said...

Duh? since when did the U.S.S.A. have any 'credibility' except with it's allies in the WAR ON TERR' (bush speak) such as Israhell and not so Great Britain?

WMD??? just invent them, have an asshole like Colon Blow Powell stand up in front of the U.N. with his assassin handler, Negroputa, in the stands, and 'voila', instant genocide of 1.3 million Iraqi's and immediate invasion of Afghanistan for their resources.

Credibility? The U.S.S.A. has about as much credibility as a piss ant has credibility...I'd actually put more money on a piss ant's assertions about WMD than the snakepit U.S.S.A. and Israhell.