Skip to comments.IAEA: Iran reaches breakthrough in suspected nuclear weapons push
Posted on 09/03/2011 9:49:02 PM PDT by Nachum
The United Nations nuclear watchdog released a report Saturday stating that Iran is pursuing the development of nuclear weapons, adding that the Islamic Republic has upgraded its nuclear facilities in order to defend them from possible cyber attacks. According to the report by the International Atomic Energy Agency, Iran has installed new and improved 2IR as well as 4IR centrifuges, which according to experts, will be immune to cyber attacks that were able to breach the older centrifuges. The centrifuges have allegedly been installed, the report states, in a fortified underground facility for uranium enrichment near the city of Qom.
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Too late to do anything about it now, might as well welcome them to the Nuclear club. Could have done something about it 5 years ago.
Didn’t they just pester with Kuwait.
Let’s just Kuwait and see what happens.
I didn’t mean to imply that we just sit around and wait, that’s what we’ve been doing. Of course they will flex their muscle, into Iraq. It’s inevitable, and there is nothing to do to stop their nuclear ambitions now.
Iran has installed new and improved 2IR as well as 4IR centrifuges, which according to experts, will be immune to cyber attacks that were able to breach the older centrifuges.Famous last words.
We sat on our asses eating steak and lobster (or in the case of Europe, actively helped Iran).
Now - everything is worse.
Elections have consequences. Now we have to live with ours. :(
Does Haaretz still pretend to be a real newspaper, with real news?
Wired Magazine had an EXCELLENT 8 page piece on Stuxnet in July ‘11.
If Iran has them, they will use them. Israel knows this. Frankly, so do our Intelligence Services and Military (the ones with any sense) — Barack Obama. I just don’t think Obama cares. Or worse, I think Obama would actually tacitly support Israel’s destruction.
It’s coming — sooner than we might think.
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