"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Sunday, November 27, 2005
(Monster Sand Critics) Iran is seeking to strengthen its ties with North Korea by offering Pyongyang a comprehensive economic aid programme as part of co-operation between the two countries on rocket development, the weekly Spiegel reported Saturday.
Teheran wants to work together with North Korea on the development of nuclear-armed rockets, Spiegel reported citing western intelligence sources.
While the western powers debate how to tell Iran "how naughty they are," the Mullahs seem to be making strategic moves militarily, by attempting to secure technology for oil (which probably will be used for making a better bomb). Europe (it seems) prefers discussion over confrontation, despite the fact that Iran has no intention of halting its nuclear activities.
(Xinhua) However, the spokesman said Iran reserves the right to re-commence uranium enrichment for "research and development" purposes.
He insisted, unlike the question of nuclear fuel production, nuclear-related activities in general are not up for negotiation.
These talks will probably end up in failure resulting in a nuclear armed Iranian regime who shows little regard for the state of Israel. If the current Administration does not take an active involvement in convincing Iran to relieve itself of the nuclear option, all that they have fought for in Iraq will end up glowing from radioactive fall out from a possible future Persian-Israeli war.
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