Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Recycling The Old Fear Mongering Again: US Defense Secretary Claims:Iran Could Get Nuclear Bomb "Within A Year"

The criminal state of Israel, and their useful idiots in the United States government, are still working desperately in their absolutely vain attempts to get their nice little war against the innocent country of Iran off and running.   The problem is that they are running out of tangible excuses to convince a more skeptical public that a war is necessary.  Therefore they are now trying to recycle some of the old already proven false claims against Iran...

Right now, I want to present the following article that comes from the Israeli online news service, Haaretz, at www.haaretz.com, entitled: "US Defense Secretary: Iran Could Get Nuclear Bomb Within A Year" in its entirety for everyone to view.   As I stated in the previous paragraph, this is just a glowing example of how these psychos are trying to recycle old proven false news hoping that the public will be gullible to swallow it a second time around.  I have some additional comments to follow:


  • Published 08:29 20.12.11
  • Latest update 08:29 20.12.11

U.S. Defense Secretary: Iran could get nuclear bomb within a year

Speaking in an interview with CBS Evening News, Leon Panetta says Israel's concern for a nuclear Iran is a 'common concern' of the U.S., who does not rule out a military strike.

By Haaretz
U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta said Monday that Iran will have a nuclear weapon within one year, if not less.
Speaking in an interview with CBS Evening News, Leon Panetta said that it would probably take a year for Tehran to assemble a nuclear bomb, but said that one provision is if the Iranians have a hidden facility that "may be enriching fuel."


Panetta said Israel's concern for a nuclear Iran is a "common concern" of the U.S., and that Washington would not rule out a military attack.
"The United States does not want Iran to develop a nuclear weapon. That's a red line for us and that's a red line, obviously, for the Israelis," he told CBS.
"If they (Iran) proceed and we get intelligence that they are proceeding with developing a nuclear weapon then we will take whatever steps necessary to stop it."
When asked by CBS whether the U.S. would consider taking military steps, Panetta said, "There are no options off the table," and added that a nuclear Iran is "unacceptable".
According to CBS, Panetta added that, while the Iranians need a year or less to assemble a weapon, he has no indication yet as to whether they have decided to pursue that path.
Earlier this month, Panetta sent a clear message that Israel should not consider unilateral action against Iran. Speaking on December 2 at Washington's Saban Center for the Middle East, Panetta said the key to effective action against Iran's nuclear ambitions was close cooperation between allies.
Panetta's words echoed a similar message delivered during a recent visit to Israel, in which he stressed that any military operation against Iran by Israel must be coordinated with the United States and have its backing. "There is always a military option," he said, "but it must be the last resort, not the first."
In response, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Panetta's full message is more complex than what he presented in that speech. "We are in constant dialogue with the Americans," he said, adding, "I've met Panetta about a dozen times over the last two or three years. In person we hold more intensive talks."
Barak said the entire international community agrees the diplomatic course should be pursued and use of sanctions must be exhausted, yet, he added that "no option should be taken off the table. Israel is responsible for its security, its future and its existence."
On Friday December 16, Barak met with U.S. President Barack Obama prior to the latter's remarks at the General Assembly of the Union for Reform Judaism in Maryland. He has also spoken to the top diplomatic and military leadership in the Obama administration over the past several weeks, including Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, National Security Adviser Tom Donilon, as well as Panetta.


NTS Notes:  This Leon Panetta is showing himself to be as big an Israeli ass-kisser as his predecessor was.  

The problem is that people are not stupid any more, and are not being fooled by this same false rhetoric.  Again this shows the desperation of these madmen that they have to recycle news that has already proven to be totally false and unproven, hoping that the public will swallow the lies the second time around.   That makes this entire article laughable, to say the least...

As I stated previously, these psychos are now showing desperation on the cusp of madness to get this insane war off and running.   It is again up to the American public to take their own government to task for their continuous lies about Iran.   That time is long overdue...

More to come

NTS

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