Thursday, May 26, 2011

Time To Raise The Phoney Fear Of A "Nuclear" Iran Again!

I have been busy taking care of personal business over the last few days.  The result has been few new articles posted in this blog.  We have watched over the last few days as the US Congress groveled and bowed to the real President of the United States, Benjamin Netanyahu, as this criminal made his speech in front of his useful idiots and minions in the US Congress.   It was a sickening spectacle to behold.

With Israel still desperate to get their cherished war with Iran off and running, and using their American slaves to do the fighting and dying for them, it seems that the whores in the Zionist Jewish media are back at it trying to raise the phoney fear of a nuclear Iran once again.  According to this article, from the New York Times, at, they are again putting out the absolutely false claim that Iran is working on nuclear "triggers" for their just as phoney building of nuclear weapons!   Here is that article for you to view right here, and of course, I have further comments to follow:

Watchdog Finds Evidence That Iran Worked on Nuclear Triggers

The world’s global nuclear inspection agency, frustrated by Iran’s refusal to answer questions, revealed for the first time on Tuesday that it possesses evidence that Tehran has conducted work on a highly sophisticated nuclear triggering technology that experts said could be used for only one purpose: setting off a nuclear weapon. 

The disclosure by the International Atomic Energy Agency was buried inside a nine-page report on the progress of Iran’s nuclear program. The agency did not say where the evidence came from, nor did it provide many details about the allegations. 

Statistics in the report also indicated that Iran has begun to recover from the effects of the Stuxnet computer worm, which first struck the country nearly two years ago in an apparent effort to cripple its production of nuclear fuel. Based on recent visits by inspectors, the agency concluded that Iran’s main production site at Natanz is now producing low-enriched uranium at rates slightly exceeding what it produced before being hit by the Stuxnet. The computer worm appears to have been designed in a secret project in which the United States, Israel and some European allies all played a role, The New York Times reported in January. 

In a separate report on Syria, the agency also laid out a detailed case, for the first time, that the country was “very likely” building a secret nuclear reactor that should have been reported to the agency. The facility was bombed by Israel in September 2007, and Syria quickly bulldozed the site, eliminating most of the evidence.
Although the C.I.A. released photographs in 2008 of the reactor building, taken before the bombing raid, the agency’s inspectors in Vienna had at first been quite skeptical of any evidence provided by the Bush administration, with which they had clashed over the status of Iraq’s nuclear program. But they have now come to the same conclusion that Washington came to nearly four years ago, and American officials said they plan to use the report to press the agency’s board of governors at its meeting next month to refer the issue to the United Nations Security Council for possible sanctions.

“We fully expect the board of governors to address these issues with the seriousness they deserve,” Glyn T. Davies, the American ambassador to the I.A.E.A., said in a telephone interview from Vienna. 

But at a moment when the Syrian government is struggling to stay in power amid uprisings, the shooting of protesters in Syrian towns will almost certainly seem like a more urgent matter for the United Nations to address. The apparent effort by the Assad government to build a nuclear capacity, with help from North Korea, is likely to be viewed as what one American official called “a historical event, not an ongoing threat.” Even if the reactor was solely for energy production, the country would be required to tell the agency and place the facility under its safeguards. 

On Tuesday, Israel’s prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, at a joint session of Congress, urged the United States not to take the threat of military action against Iran’s nuclear facilities off the table. 

“The ayatollah regime briefly suspended its nuclear program only once, in 2003, when it feared the possibility of military action” after the invasion of Iraq, Mr. Netanyahu said. “That same year, Muammar Qaddafi gave up his nuclear weapons program, and for the same reason. The more Iran believes that all options are on the table, the less the chance of confrontation.” 

Mr. Netanyahu has been far more assertive than his American counterparts in making public threats about potential military action; the Stuxnet operation, which American and Israeli officials refuse to discuss, appears to have been part of an effort to come up with a covert, nonmilitary solution. 

The Stuxnet may have now run its course. David Albright, president of the Institute for Science and International Security, a private group in Washington that tracks nuclear proliferation, analyzed the I.A.E.A. report and concluded that the jump in monthly production of enriched uranium was “the highest level that Iran has ever achieved.”

The official American and Israeli estimates suggest Iran is still at least a year, and most likely several years, from being able to produce a bomb. Iran says its nuclear program is meant only to produce energy, but many Western countries believe the country is hiding a weapons program. 

The agency gave some details in Tuesday’s report on work that was apparently done on how to trigger a nuclear device, dating back to late 2003. 

“The agency has not described these experiments to this detail before,” said Olli Heinonen, the agency’s former chief inspector. 

Starting in early 2008, the agency has repeatedly accused Iran of dragging its feet in addressing “possible military dimensions” of its nuclear program. Tehran has declared that all of the evidence gathered by the agency — mostly from the intelligence agencies of member countries, and some from its own inspectors — are fabrications.

The I.A.E.A.’s last report, issued in February, listed seven outstanding questions about work Iran apparently conducted on warhead design. The documents in the hands of the agency raise questions about work on how to turn uranium into bomb fuel, how to cast conventional explosives in a shape that can trigger a nuclear blast, how to make detonators, generate neutrons to spur a chain reaction, measure detonation waves and make nose-cones for missiles. 

Tuesday’s report gave new details for all seven of the categories of allegations. The disclosure about the atomic trigger centered on a rare material — uranium deuteride, a form of the element made with deuterium, or heavy hydrogen. Nuclear experts say China and Pakistan appear to have used the material as a kind of atomic sparkplug. 

The report said it had asked Iran about evidence of “experiments involving the explosive compression of uranium deuteride to produce a short burst of neutrons” — the speeding particles that split atoms in two in a surge of nuclear energy. In a bomb, an initial burst of neutrons is needed to help initiate a rapid chain reaction.
Harold M. Agnew, a former director of the Los Alamos weapons laboratory, said the compression of uranium deuteride suggested work on an atomic trigger.

“I don’t know of any peaceful uses,” he said in an interview. 

The agency’s disclosure about Iran’s alleged use of uranium deuteride also suggests another possible connection between Tehran’s program and Abdul Qadeer Khan, the rogue Pakistani engineer who sold nuclear information. 

A famous photograph of Dr. Khan, whom Pakistan has released from house arrest in Islamabad, shows him in front of the schematic diagram of an atom bomb on a blackboard. A pointer to the bomb’s center is labeled uranium deuteride. 

Tuesday’s report also gave fresh charges on the design of missile warheads. Documentary evidence, it said, suggested that Iran had conducted “studies involving the removal of the conventional high explosive payload from the warhead of the Shahab-3 missile and replace it with a spherical nuclear payload.” 

The Shahab-3 is one of Iran’s deadliest weapons, standing 56 feet tall. In parades, Iran has draped them with banners reading, “Wipe Israel off the map.”

NTS Notes:  This is positively revolting... The American CIA dismissed last year any claims that Iran was developing Nuclear triggers, and the news about that BS quickly disappeared from the media.  However, it does appear that these criminals are hoping that Americans have short attention spans, and are trying to put out this false claim again!

I am wondering who this "watchdog" group is that came up with this garbage.  I do smell a rat, and I can safely assume that this "watchdog" group is along the same line as the Zionist Jewish SITE group that has brought us the wonderful phoney Bin Laden tapes for all these years.  I also notice the short reference in this article to the Stuxnet virus that these criminals unleashed against Iran, which had the dire consequences of subsequently aiding in the destruction of the Fukushima nuclear facility in Japan.....

I do feel like a broken record, but it must be reiterated again here:  Iran does not possess nuclear weapons and has absolutely no reason to ever build one. If Iran ever developed even one nuclear weapon, then guaranteed the criminal Israelis would have their excuse to attack and destroy that nation using the Americans to do the fighting and dying for them.   Therefore, it would be suicide for Iran to even consider developing nuclear weapons.  This is common sense.

However, the media again does not point out the fact that Israel has hundreds of nuclear weapons with a wide variety of delivery systems.   They have the power to turn every nation in the Middle East into a nuclear hell, as well as most nations in Europe.   They also have their insane Samson Option that says that if Israel was ever in danger of being destroyed, they would take 1/2 of the world down with them!   Again, where are these facts in the media?

Bottom line:  This is nothing more than sickening propaganda from the Zionist Jewish controlled NY Times.  Lets not be fooled again.

More to come



Anonymous said...

Sorry folks, this is a lie. The IAEA report says no such thing! It actually concludes with "The IAEA continues to verify the non-diversion of nuclear materials to any weapons or other special program". This is another israeli lie peddled by David Sanger in the world press.

Sorry bout that.

dsanger said...

Sorry folks, this is a lie. The IAEA report says no such thing! It actually concludes with "The IAEA continues to verify the non-diversion of nuclear materials to any weapons or other special program". This is another israeli lie peddled by David Sanger in the world press.

Sorry bout that.

Anonymous said...


Northerntruthseeker said...

dsanger.. Of course what these scumbags are pushing is a lie...

Yes, the IAEA said last year there was no evidence of nuclear material going to Iran... Therefore the question becomes: Why are they promoting this BS again?

The answer is obvious.. They are again trying to sway American public opinion using lies to convince them of the false necessity of launching a new war for Isra-Hell... This time against Iran!

Northerntruthseeker said...

Thanks for the info, Little Bo Peep...

As a true student of history, I was always troubled by the story of the sinking of the Bismark... We were always told, and even through the BS movie, that the Germans scuttled the ship and went down with it(?) I was always troubled that there were no survivors mentioned....

Amazing how we can now re-examine history and discover the lies about the wars for the Zionist Jewish bankers.. especially WW2..