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    • Joseph E .
    • 17.01.07 | 09:05 (IST)

    Quote " How is it possible to obtain nuclear power without infuriating the world too much. " , , , Why would Iran seek not to infuriate the world , , ,The fact that Ahmedinajad and Ahmediabuser's opponents want nuclear technology without infuriating the world , proves that the world doesn't trust Ahmedinajad and Ahmediabuser's opponents statements that they seek nuclear technology only for peacefull purposes ,the world thinks Iran seeks also nuclear weapons , , , The trust between Iran and the world is broken , doesn't exist , consequently the argument of Iran seeking nuclear fuel independence fail and become irrelevant , this broken , inexistant trust is reenforced by Iran tactical politic statements seen as being manipulative ,Iran intrigue , instigaste , dragg time and negotiations , and drug to drowse the world that nuclear technology Iran seeks is supposedly only for peacefull purposes thus the world doubt that Iran is seeking also nuclear weapons is justified , , , , Iran is 4th oil producer , nuclear technology for electricity is very expensive , but many other sources of green energy for electricity are not , and most of Iran 70M population is poor , jobless , , , , Given the fact that Iran has been weighted , sized up and warned , Yossi Melman question/report should be about , should the world wait for Iran nuclear treshold or not to take serious actions , , and when to make Russia and China political shield over Iran realize that the world means business and won't let Iran drive on this nuclear highway speed to madness , , , beside the fact that Iran is involved in worlwide terror from Argentina , to Lebanon , to Gaza , to Iraq and Iran bulding messy connections with South America , especially Venezuel-Chavez oil big irritating mouth same as Iran , , , Retrieve your sleeves up or bear the dramatic consequenses of a soon to be nuke-Iran that meanwhile terrorize and drowse you , ,

    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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