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Sunday, March 06, 2005
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It seems Iran has a secret they are now "revealing" to the rest of the world.
Iran now openly admits that it has already achieved proficiency in the full range of activities involved in enriching uranium - a technology that can be used to produce fuel for nuclear reactors or an atomic bomb.
Ironically this "secret" was not much of a secret after all.
It seems Iran was upset that it could not acquire the resources for assembling their "peaceful" nuclear programs so they had to use other means such as the black market--but they have their excuses for doing so. Apparently no one would sell them anything and now they are accusing the West of hypocrisy.
"If the Shah is in Iran, you would give him nuclear technology, but if Imam (Khomeini) is in Iran, you can't do that ... the history of nuclear energy in Iran is a lesson in contradictions in Western policy towards Iran," he said.
Probably because overthrowing a democratic institution and placing power in the hands of a "holy few" might cause mistrust amongst the freedom loving nations. Europe thinks that their methods might pacify Iran into submission, but after "hard research" it seems that these statements by might prove otherwise.
"Definitely we can't stop our nuclear program and won't stop it. You can't take technology away from a country already possessing it," Rafsanjani said.
Can you hear the drums of war starting up?
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