"The Chinese were given the full intelligence picture Israel has about the Iranian nuclear program, which clearly shows Iran is developing nuclear weapons," Except it probably doesn't. The MEK(Iranian terror group supported by US]laptop is widely regarded as junk, this being part of the early attempt by Israelis to discredit the 2007 NIE report which concluded that there was no evidence that Iran had pursued any weaponisation program since 2003. Lately this[MEK doctored Laptop?] has been supplanted by so called documents relating to a 'neutron trigger' device. Scooped by the Times known for its pedigree in aiding the Israeli and US intelligence agencies. "The Rupert Murdoch chain has been used extensively to publish false intelligence from the Israelis and occasionally from the British government," Giraldi The documents integrity have already been compromised. According to Philp Giraldi [ex CIA analyst who broke the story on the Yellowcake forgery]has revealed that the US sources regard the documents as likely forgeries. Michael Ledeen was the source of the yellowcake forgery. The source of this piece of work is believed to be...Israel! Chinese being inscrutable will no doubt know this already, seeing as it has been widely discussed in US newsrooms for some time. They will not be persuaded by cheap Saudi oil, since it makes more sense to acquire oil via sources less susceptible to US influences. As for not casting their veto. Perhaps China should offer a quid pro quo. They refrain from using theirs to protect Iran and the US refrain from using theirs to protect Isrsael, from Goldstone for starters.
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