Reliable news outlets report IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic, is to officially reject the Geneva agreement which it had earlier agreed to in principle.
If this turns out to be the case it is the proverbial pouring of cold water on all the naïveté and the resulting built up hopes for resolution of IRR’s nuclear impasse. When it comes to rope-a-doping, no one can hold a candle to the Islamist Rapists.
Now the outgoing Director General of the IAEA has what must be his last hurrah in the string of Islamist Rapist skewed dimwit ideas on solving the illegal full cycle dual purpose nuke program.
Mohammad ElBaradei has started circulating the idea of using Turkey as a nuclear escrow repository to hold IRR’s illegally enriched uranium which would then allow Western fuel rods to be handed over to the IRR.
With previous instances in mind lets play out this last ElBaradei idea and see what in practice it might look like. Of course all the while Iranian men, women and children will continue to be raped, tortured and murdered by IRR; them centrifuges too will be spinning, producing more nuke goodies.
1- After few months of back and forth a mutually agreed date for the initial meeting between the parties is agreed upon.
2- The meeting takes place and EU foreign policy guy, Javier Solana, announces with parties agreeing on “modality” talks to be held in the future substantial progress has been achieved.
3- After few months and some saber rattling, IRR says its working groups of experts are hammering out the technical details.
4- In six months to the day the working groups announce their initial report will soon be completed.
5- IRR announces its Foreign Minister will be presenting the package of “modalities” to the five plus one.
Before it is too late and nuke acquiring IRR imposes a devastating war on Iran and the region the sane world has to impose airtight sanctions and at the same time unremittingly help enslaved Iranians with moral and material support to overthrow this Islamist menace.
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