The latest report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) shows the Islamist Rapist Republic, IRR, has accumulated enough low-enriched uranium to produce two nuclear weapons with further enrichment.
IAEA reports that since last November, IRR has increased its stockpile of low-enriched uranium from 1,800 Kilogram to 2.800 Kg and now had an additional 22 Kilogram of 20 percent enriched uranium which is much closer to the 60 percent threshold for weaponized nuke.
The question now facing the policy makers in the sane world is no longer a theoretical one, which is what if IRR goes for it. That is all but answered; the issue now is what to do to stop them.
Just like before the options are stark. One is to learn to live with an openly or otherwise nuke packing IRR. The other option is to do something to permanently prevent such prospect with IRR at the helm.
The current economic sanctions will allow the regime the luxury, which at their current pace would be less than a year, to become the world’s first and only messianic Islamist nuclear power.
Given the Islamists’ track record on score of issues including international terrorism, crimes against humanity and avowed mission to “manage the world” one would tend to think the option of learning to live with them packing nuke is a no-go from the get-go.
If that is so, then the only available option, the only realistic prospect of giving ME peace a chance, unburden the region of imminently nuclerized IRR bullying the oil rich neighbors forcing them to become nuclerized themselves, is to remove the Islamist Rapists from the scene.
Now as before the choice is clear, airtight sanctions and helping the fed up Iranian people with the needed material support to do the job that need to be done.
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Nobody is objecting to Iran having nuclear energy.by Roozbeh_Gilani on Fri Sep 10, 2010 08:52 AM PDT
In fact late Shah initiated the whole Bushir project 34 years ago, albeit a much better and safer advanced german design instead of the current chernobyl style time bomb of a human and environmental disaster. So Iran would have aquired and been using nuclear energy at much lower political and economical cost like other countries of the world for a long time now if it was not for the Islamist regime who:
brutalise, jail, rape, torture, kill their own people, in front of the whole world, for conducting peaceful demonstrations, then deny it! Issue fatwa against foreign writers because they dont approve of their writings. burn other countries flags and shout death to this and that country at regular basis. The entire leadership's behavious puts "shaban -bi-mokh" to shame! give material support to terrorist organisations like Hamas and hezbullah. The list goes on.
It is a question of trust and norms of diplomacy you stupid cyber bassiji. Dont you get it?
Stop scaremongering Fredby MOOSIRvaPIAZ on Fri Sep 10, 2010 07:53 AM PDT
"Last week brought a marked increase in neoconservatives and their allies pinpointing “where the road to peace” leads through. In 2002 and 2003,
they argued that road leads “through Baghdad.” In 2010, it now leads “through Tehran.”
On a nearly daily occurrence, neoconservative op-ed columns and blogsarerecycling the worn talking point, with hawks reiterating peace
talks between Palestinians and Israelis are doomed as long as Iran
continues its alleged pursuit of nuclear weapons.
Back in April 2002, a year prior to the invasion of Iraq, Foreign Policy Initiative and PNAC co-founders Bill Kristol and Robert Kagan wrote that Middle East peace would be unattainable unless Saddam Hussein was overthrown.
Now they want to drive down their newest repaved “road that leads to
real security and peace,” because the last road doesn’t seem to have
ledanyone there. Their utter failure to chart a sound course in the
first decade of the century hasn’t stopped the blustering of Iran hawks
throughout Washington. Neoconservatives and their allies still employ
the thoroughly debunked ... >>>"
Tell us how you really feel about the peace process Fred? Scaremongering does not help ordinary Iranians.
Readerby Simorgh5555 on Fri Sep 10, 2010 04:20 AM PDT
I am fully in favour of unilateral disarmament in the Middle East including Israel. However, no same person would say that the terrorist occupying regime and Israel are alike. By allowing the terrorists in Iran to have nunclear weapons then this will send an unequivocal message to the people of Iran that it has carte blanche to do just about anything it likes. It will have no threats to contend with. It will repress, conitnue to oppress, murder, rape and imprison without censure
All of Israel's enemies can be wiped out in a single day. It could have anihilated all the surrounding Arab countries and forcibly remove the entire Palestinian population in the West Bank and Gaza in less than a week by using the full capacity of it's military arsenal but it has not.
The terrorists occupying Iran WILL use a nuclear weapon because its conduct has demonstrated so. It has been fighting an undeclared war with Israel for years; Hezbollah in Lebanon which has attacked Israel and kidnapped and killed citizens. Hamas in Gaza which does the same but on a lower scale. The Iranian government ADMITS to financially aiding these terrorist entities so what makes you think they would not use their nuclear weapons if they had half the chance?
Please tell me that in the thirty years + since the establishment of the terrorist occupying regime of Iran how has Israel retaliated against Iran militarily? What reason does the Occupying Terrorist regime of Iran have to hate Israel and engage in so much hostilites with it? What did Israel do to Iran? Please note I am talking about the relationship between Israel and Iran and not any of the injsutices the Israelis have done to the Palestinians.
In your mind you argue that it is OK for Israel to be a passive recipient of Iranian missiles, bullets and rockets given to its proxies but it should sit there and not retaliate.
For every action there is a reaction.
Simoorg: pls read the paragraph below ..by reader1 on Fri Sep 10, 2010 03:56 AM PDT
"the only realistic prospect of giving ME peace a chance, unburden the region of imminently nuclerized IRR bullying the oil rich neighbors forcing them to become nuclerized themselves"... Which country in ME the paragraph above best relates to? There is only one nuclrized country in ME that fits well the description above and it is not definetly your beloved country.No wonder Fred exposes himself to accusation of being an Israeli agent.
"Fred" writing "Type A" or "AB"by Sargord Pirouz on Fri Sep 10, 2010 04:05 AM PDT
This is another "Fred" writing "Type A" or "AB" post, spaced about a half a day from the previous post by "Fred" writing "Type B", as well as comment by "Fred" writing "Type AB".
Note the writer's problem with tense as well as the familiar i/d article omission.
Reader1: This "Fred" effort has never provided meaningful human details from its writer(s). It consists of negative perspectives on Iran derived from news pieces, and little else. In this case, the writing type is tardy with its negative perspective, as the news from the IAEA is already four days old. On this particular case, perhaps this reflects poorly on content management.
Also interesting, comments from this effort appear to be the work of "Fred" writing "Type AB".
It's also possible the editor of this effort is "Fred" writing "Type A".
Again, this post is uploaded during Israeli working hours.
Dear Sim5 : Just how is Iran going to dominate the worldby MeyBokhor_Manbarbesuzan on Fri Sep 10, 2010 03:25 AM PDT
Just how is Iran going to dominate the world by 1 or 2 (very much hypothtical) atomic bombs?
And no bullshit about messianic behaviour. That is Fred-speech.
What should we believe? For the past 30 years all we have heard from the opposition is that the clergy are thieves and are stealing the resources of Iran. Thieves do not deprive themselves of their source of income.
And now that it serves Frednick types and Israel, the clergy are suddenly messionic, suicidal, etc!!!
Which one is it? Can you make up your minds? Because people inside Iran are anxiously awaiting the final verdict (NOT) before they make the more important decision of buying their Sangak with or without sesame seeds.
It is not Iran having aby Simorgh5555 on Fri Sep 10, 2010 02:24 AM PDT
It is not Iran having a nuclear problem but what it intends to do with it. Nuclear power is a form of energy like any other. The behaviour of the terrorist occupiers of Iran and the way it hs conflagerated the middle east makes it a danger to the world and its own people.
Fred: I take it that you have no objection ...by reader1 on Fri Sep 10, 2010 02:04 AM PDT
.... to Iran becoming a nuclear power but not so keen on Mullas to have a handle on that power? The reason I ask you this question is because you don't seem to have any objection to countries like Israel, India and Pakistan having access to nuclear power. Please let Sargord know so you would not be accused of being an Israeli agent.