Skip to comments.U.S. Obtains New Evidence Of Iranian Nuclear Intrigue
Posted on 01/16/2009 7:13:12 AM PST by Strategy
WASHINGTON -- U.S. security and law-enforcement officials say they have fresh evidence of recent efforts by Iran to evade sanctions and acquire metals from China used in high-tech weaponry, including long-range nuclear missiles, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday.
Iran's efforts are detailed in a series of recent emails and letters between Iranian companies and foreign suppliers seen by The Wall Street Journal.
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Well The Messiah won’t be able to say he wasn’t informed...
Silly, silly fellow. His excuse is that he never pays attention to Fox News.
Hehehe.. if anyone is under illusions of The One doing anything about this - they may be right - but not what you think...
I wouldn’t be surprised if he helps make a deal to provide fuel for Iran’s reactors. Hussein Obama (Barry Soretero) loves his brothers in the faith and will help them any way he can. Probably find a way to use US tax dollars to do it...
Our friends @ the UN and China:
Last year the United Nations Security Council, which includes China, formally imposed sanctions on Iran’s military and most of its banks for nuclear proliferation activities. A spokesman for Iran at its U.N. mission in New York declined to comment. China “has been strictly implementing” U.N. proliferation sanctions on Iran, said a spokesman for the Chinese foreign ministry in Beijing. The export of restricted items such as high-grade metals, which include specialized aluminum and titanium, is prohibited, he added.
fair point ;)
Good one. I’m _sure_ countries like China, is fully enacting the sanctions. Yup. Huge amounts of financial gain have no influence on world events. Nope.
Obama on Iran:
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