I always look at JJ's news items and I noticed a title that really made me stop. The article was from the New York Times:
When Iranian diplomats whip out their cell phone cameras and start taking pictures of the masses of evidence concerning their nuclear program, I makes me take a deep breath. The information comes from many sources and it is the grounds upon which increased sanctions were accepted by the United Nations Security Council in Vienna.
I don't think the Iranian government will ever give up their programs, but I'm glad that the evidence has been shown to all including the Iranian diplomats.
The article states the the Eurpeans are taking the lead in this. Russia and China did not veto and they are supposedly the friends of Iran.
"Worrisome" just doesn't seem strong enough, JJ.
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