Skip to comments.TICK TOCK Time Running Out-->One Year To Iranian BOMB
Posted on 06/01/2009 5:25:21 AM PDT by Shellybenoit
Time is definitely beginning to slip away. According to a new report from Israeli military intelligence, Iran has sped up its nuclear development and may have enough nuclear fuel to produce a bomb by the end of this year.
Iran already has a delivery system The Seji-2 missile, a two-stage missile, with a 2,000-kilometer range missile which is powered by solid fuel:
President Obama has said that he wants to give his "out reach" to the Iranian despot at least until the end of the year. It looks as if Ahmadinejad is racing ahead to make that deadline moot:
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The only logical conclusion for both the NKorean bomb and the Iranian bomb, to judge by the sham efforts to prevent them acquiring nukes, is that the US and other nations WANT these 2 bizarre nations to have nuclear weaponry.
IMHO it’s a matter of politicians unwilling to face hard choices. Bush let the clock play out, and Obama certainly has no stomach for taking action. The Israelis don’t have the capability to stop it, even if they screwed up the courage, short of a nuclear attack. So Iran will have a bomb, if they don’t already. I predict they will not test one until they have a stockpile built up. They don’t need to, since they are sharing designs with NK.
This is more than an unwillingness to face tough choices. It is fact that they have toyed with Iran and NK for well over a decade on this issue.
I’m content to conclude they did not do something because they did not want to do something. They want NK & Iran to have the bomb. The question is why?
According to a new report from Israeli military intelligence, Iran has sped up its nuclear development and may have enough nuclear fuel to produce a bomb by the end of this year.
The thing that makes this more dangerous is that:
1. Iran has access to all of North Korea’s test results
2. The Iranians have better access to foreign tech than North Korea, thus they could put any information gained from N.Korea to better use and modify it as they see fit.
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