August 18, 2009

Of course Iran isn't pursuing nukes

The world's nuclear weapons watchdog is hiding data on Iran's drive to obtain nuclear arms, senior Western diplomats and Israeli officials told Haaretz.
I'm sure the data they're hiding are direct orders from Ahmadinejad instructing absolutely no one to pursue nuclear weapons. Oh, wait...
The officials and diplomats said that the International Atomic Energy Agency under Director General Mohamed ElBaradei was refraining from publishing evidence obtained by its inspectors over the past few months that indicate Iran was pursuing information about weaponization efforts and a military nuclear program.
ElBaradei is the same guy who said, "We must abandon the unworkable notion that it is morally reprehensible for some countries to pursue weapons of mass destruction, yet morally acceptable for others to rely on them for security." Oh, and he's the guy who, along with Hans Blix, was in charge of the Iraqi nuclear inspections. He's repeatedly expressed that if everyone had just held off a little longer, he's certain Iraqi inspections could have been completed. It should come as no surprise that he's aiding yet another enemy of Israel and the US in its secret weaponry ambitions.

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