Iran Says Support to Atomic Inspectors Was a Mistake
25-Sep-2008 (3 comments)

``I'm sorry to say that Iran has been too good, too transparent and too cooperative,''

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I agree

by XerXes (not verified) on

Keep your program secret and defend without tomorrow against those who threaten you. Absolutely.


IRI was naive to suspend enrichment under Khatami

by 1971 Shirazi (not verified) on

From the days that the European states and the U.S. gave Saddam the chemical and offensive weapons to invade Iran in hopes of installing a Rajavist puppet state, the Europeans and Americans have been the enemies of Iran. The IRI was extremely foolish to suspend enrichment during Khatami's presidency, because Iran obtained absolutely no concessions. Instead, the U.S. and U.K. used that era to invade Iraq as a prelude to launching an attack on Iran. It was Khomeini who unwisely halted the nuclear program started by Shahanshah Aryamehr Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. Fortunately, subsequent leaders have restarted the Shah's nuclear program. There should be no going back to the weak and ineffective days of Khatami's nuclear suspension. After all, what did that suspension by Iran except increased belligerence by Washington and endless manipulation, lies, and foot-dragging by Washington's European proxies.


Selective Memory!

by Killjoy (not verified) on

Have IR authorities forgotten the fact that they kept their plans to develop WMD secret for almost two decades?

And here's how IAEA has, only recently, assessed IR's "transparency!"

"Inspectors criticized Iran in a Sept. 15 report to the UN Security Council for not answering questions about the nature of its nuclear research."

Who are these shameless warmongers trying to fool?

IR's illegal and secret activities in this respect are based on two very clear objectives:

1. To acquire WMD.

2. To instigate yet another war.

They obviously need the WMD to promote their hegemonic policies in the region.

And with the domestic opposition to their arbitrary rule and their failed social, political and economic policies increasingly gathering momentum, they need a war to suppress all forms of opposition and further consolidate their oppressive authority over hapless Iranians.