How gullible are you Gilles? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 26.11.09 | 18:19 (IST)

    "Is there a limit on just how gullible the West can be?" - Gilles Not as gullible as those who don't have a clue Gilles. "Does anyone seriously think that this game that Iran has been playing for months now is anything but a stalling tactic?" - Gilles Few think it is a 'stalling' tactic. Rather it is understood as political intransigence. All Uranium is accounted for and under IAEA seal at Natanz. There is no diversion to any clandestine program going on. "While the West debates what to do next, Iran`s nuke program is going ahead full steam." - Gullible Gilles If there was a weapons program going 'ahead at full steam' then the same number of centrifuges running in Natanz would have been arranged in fewer but longer cascades and Iran would have already built it's first bomb. That is a FACT. Not someone's lurid imagination scaring them silly.

    from the article: Medvedev to European Jewish Congress: Iran threat very real
    First published 13:17 26.11.09 | Last updated 19:49 26.11.09
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