Monday, November 30, 2009

Iran Gives Nuclear Finger to Obama and UN

The Obama Administration is shocked, shocked to find that Iran is not complying with UN demands regarding the development of its nuclear program.

However, as with many muslim endeavors, maybe the nuclear program will collapse as a result of the usual high degree of muslim incompetence. The photo above purports to show Ahmadinejad in a nuclear facility in Qom. About four years ago an earthquake hit Qom. According to press reports, 80,000 residents of Qom were killed. If earthquakes are a threat to structures in this city, then the nuclear site may well be the one to crumble when the next temblor tears the ground apart.

Meanwhile, the photo above looks like it was set in a movie studio where a science fiction production is underway. It is hard to believe these clowns are capable of establishing and operating a true nuclear laboratory. When it comes to bungling technology, muslim incompetence is remarkably powerful.

'Iran's 10 Uranium Plants' In Defiance Of UN

Sunday November 29, 2009

Iran has approved plans to build 10 new uranium enrichment plants, the country's state media has said.

The announcement comes two days after the UN demanded Iran halt construction of a newly revealed enrichment facility near the city of Qom.

A cabinet meeting headed by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad ordered the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran to begin building at five new sites, state television IRIB reported on its website.

The government also ordered the Iranian body to locate sites for another five over the next two months, the media organisation said.

The US has called the expansion plans "another serious violation" of the country's international obligations.

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said: "If true, this would be yet another serious violation of Iran's clear obligations under multiple UN security council resolutions, and another example of Iran choosing to isolate itself.

"The international community has made clear that Iran has rights, but with those rights come responsibilities."

He added: "Time is running out for Iran to address the international community's growing concerns about its nuclear programme."

The new enrichment plants are to be the same size as its main enrichment complex at Natanz.

Mr Ahmadinejad is reported to have said he will not allow an inch of Iranian rights to be wasted.

The cabinet is meeting on Wednesday to discuss plans to enrich uranium up to 20% purity, the president is quoted as saying on the IRIB TV website.

Mr Ahmadinejad said Iran should be producing 250-300 tonnes of nuclear fuel per year, according to IRIB.

The development is likely to add further strain to relations between Iran and Western powers.

The West suspects the Islamic republic is attempting to make nuclear bombs but Iran, the world's fifth-largest crude exporter, claims its atomic programme aims to generate electricity.

The IRIB previously reported that a strong majority of Iranian lawmakers issued a statement demanding the government should not to comply with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

"The Iranian nation without a doubt knows that legally its nuclear file has no flaws and wants as soon as possible the case to be returned to the IAEA from the UN Security Council," the statement read, signed by 226 lawmakers.

The statement went on to denounce the resolution as politically motivated and said the US and England are responsible.

Lawmakers also said US President Barack Obama has failed to make the slightest change in policy towards Iran and said he has followed the same path of the hardline administration of his predecessor, George W Bush.


Blogger Winfred Mann said...

The initial belief that one could negotiate with this Islamic State was incorrect. The only people that didn't understand this work in this so-called administration.

Iran festers while the UN flounders.

The unemployment rate in the Islamic State hovers at nearly 20%. The estimate of drug addiction is estimated at 12% of the population.

Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving.

11:53 AM  
Blogger no_slappz said...

I was unaware of the drug problem in Iran.

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Blogger Winfred Mann said...

11 million Iranians use opiates.

How could one live there otherwise?

3:18 PM  
Blogger no_slappz said...

Eleven million. Wow. That's a big chunk of the population, which I think is about 70 to 75 million.

I figured the harsh penalties were a more effective deterrent than they seem to be.

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