It has been touched upon in other posts; nevertheless, what never ceases to amaze me is the manner in which the Israelis start their scaremongering when it comes to discussing Iran’s nuclear programme. Today a headline in the ‘Jerusalem Post’ reads, “Iran denies IAEA request to install more cameras at Natanz”.(1) Now what is happening at Natanz we can only suspect. On the other hand, what Israel has stockpiled at Dimona is an open secret. Surely it is only logical that the International Atomic Energy Agency start to install cameras at Dimona? Surely, it is only logical that the Israelis allow inspectors into their nuclear facilities? Of course, logic has never been at home the “Jewish Democracy” of “Zionistan”. Moreover, as the Director General of the IAEA said in an interview, “We must understand, however, that the nuclear non-proliferation regime is a voluntary regime. Israel, India and Pakistan have not acceded to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. As Director General and as an international civil servant, my authority with regard to these States is basically moral and political, rather than legal.”(2) Well, that is it then, while “our” Zionists might occassionally be forced into a corner on legal matters, they are very unlikely to take moral issues seriously. Moreover, the evidence would seem to suggest that the best way to stop the IAEA interfering with your nuclear programme, is to get a hold of nuclear weapons.
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