Come out, come out, wherever you are.... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Johnboy
    • 18.01.07 | 02:27 (IST)

    This article puts things into perspective quite well, I believe. But you have to laugh at the insistance that there *must* be a secret enrichment plant *somewhere*. There *must* be, coz..Gosh Darn!.. there simply *must* be..... Neocons: Iran is trying to make nuclear bombs! Iran: No, we're not. Here, come in and look. Neocons: You're making them somewhere else! Iran: No, we're not. Why do you say that? Neocons: Because we KNOW you are making them! Iran: No, we're not. Here, come in and look. Iran can't win. It allows inspections of its plants, and they aren't being used to make bombs. How on earth is it supposed to prove that it *doesn't* have a secret plant somewhere else? This is the "Iraqi WMD" all over again. The USA and Israel can claim that there are secret plants "somewhere else", but if they do decide to bomb then they'll bomb THESE non-secret plants - plants that have *nothing* to do with nukes.

    from the article: How to obtain nuclear weapons without infuriating the world
    First published 00:00 16.01.07 | Last updated 00:00 16.01.07
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