Thursday, August 8, 2013

ARCHIVE: IAEA, UN & Russia Kept Iran's Nuclear Mega-Bomb a Secret

Bee's note:  The first report on "Conservative Report" was posted last November, 2012.  Why would I bring up yesterday's news?  Because after reading the second report/VIDEO posted on the Clarion, you will understand the "reminder" in the first article much better.  

Has anyone been honest about Iran's ongoing rush to obtain nuclear capabilities?  Are we really so foolish to believe Iran's new President, after hearing the video (below) of him bragging about "Iran's deception"?!  A deception our President Obama is all too willing to puff up rather than accept the reality that Iran is so close to obtaining that bomb!  As Obama "talks about 'talks" in front of his teleprompter, I have to ask, which of the two men are more deceptive: the one telling the lie, or the one all too willing to promote the lie?

 The only wise man in the room at last year's UN conference was PM Netanyahu, who drew a RED LINE to Iran's goal - looks like the clock is ticking "Midnight" and Iran has passed that "Red" line.  Time to fire up those engines, Israel - time's a-wasting!    

on NOVEMBER 29, 2012

IAEA,UN,Russia,Iran,Nuclear,Mega-bomb,International,Atomic,Energy,Agency,United,Nations,Security,Council,Egypt,Mohammed,ElBaradei,Hosni,Mubarak,Muslim,Brotherhood,Russia,Vyacheslav,DanilenkoThe IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency), which reports directly to the United Nations (UN) & the Security Council, has kept documents on Iran's nuclear mega-bomb a secret for more than a year. The Associated Press reported Wednesday that IAEA-documents show calculations of Iran's massive nuclear bomb blast, and it is estimated to be three times larger than the one dropped on Hiroshima.
From the AP report:
The International Atomic Energy Agency — the Vienna-based U.N. nuclear watchdog — reported last year that it had obtained diagrams indicating that Iran was calculating the "nuclear explosive yield" of potential weapons.
This isn't the first time the global defense community has had trouble with the IAEA and its reports.
Egyptian activist & Legal scholarMohammed ElBaradei served as the Director General of the IAEAfrom 1997-2009, and was sympathetic to Iran's nuclear program. Eventually the public learned he withheld information due to his bias.
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During the Egyptian revolution, which ousted Hosni Mubarak, ElBaradei aligned himself with the Muslim Brotherhood; a group banned from operating in Egypt at the time. No matter who oversees the IAEA, or who directs the talks for the US & our allies, it seems that sympathy & secrecy are perpetually prevalent in favoring Iran’s nuclear program.
The closer Iran comes to completing a nuclear bomb, the more crucially important information is being withheld.
Conservative Report recently exposed, the UN's conclusion that Iran does have an underground nuclear blast facility. Iran has also purchased detonators from Russia, which were custom made to fit into their ICBM's (Shabab-3). As reported, once the nuclear material is refined to weapon grade status, it can then be put right into the missiles & Iran will be a nuclear-armed, world power.
The AP report reaffirms the fears of the rest of the world---that Iran is a "snap of the fingers" away from having a nuclear core suitable for weapons.
“the IAEA said Iran is poised to double its output of higher-enriched uranium at its fortified underground facility — a development that could put Tehran within months of being able to make the core of a nuclear warhead.”
And helping Iran from within their “underground facility" is Russian scientist, Vyacheslav Danilenko---an underground explosion and weapons specialist.
During the “Reset” talks, the concern of Danilenko’s involvement was shot down just as fast as it was raised. Our own State Department claimed that Danilenko was just a “nano diamond” scientist, when in fact he was the key to Iran constructing the underground facility at Fordo.  Danilenko also controls explosive tests underground; tests that would be hidden from US spy satellites.
The Washington Post reported at the time that the IAEA report mentioned a “foreign expert” helping Iran. And that is all the group would say. But the expert was in fact Danilenko. So, there is another example where the IAEA was intentionally elusive and vague regarding Iran and their nuclear program.
With the most dangerous ring of religious whackos months away from having bombs three times as powerful as Hiroshima, and a theological agenda that requires them to kill as many infidels as possible, why can’t we get an ally within the IAEA that can help tell us the truth about Iran and not do everything in their power to expedite Armageddon?

Video: Iran’s Rouhani Brags - Nuclear Progress Via Deception

Tue, August 6, 2013
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani
The “moderate” image crafted by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, parroted by the mainstream media, is exposed as a deceptive mirage in a new video released by Reza Kahlili, a former CIA spy who worked inside the Iranian Revolutionary Guards (watch video below). Rouhani is seen with a big smile as he discusses Iran’s nuclear program’s advances under his watch through the use of deception and the pitting of Europe against America.
Rouhani exudes pride as he describes his successful tenure as Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator on behalf of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei. He also reiterates that he represents Khamenei in the Supreme National Security Council, essentially making them two sides of the same coin.
The video opens with Rouhani explaining that he is responsible for huge advances in Iran’s nuclear program:
“The day we invited the three European ministers, only 10 centrifuges were spinning at Natanz. We could not produce one gram of U4 or U6 [uranium hexafluoride]. We did not have the heavy water, we could not produce yellowcake, our total production of centrifuges inside the country was 150. We wanted to complete all of these, we needed time.” [emphasis mine]
One of the tactics he used was deception. He refers to Iran’s 2003 declaration that states:
“[W]hile Iran has a right within the nuclear non-proliferation regime to develop nuclear energy for peaceful purposes it has decided voluntarily to suspend all uranium enrichment and processing activities as defined by the IAEA.”
Referring to the declaration, Rouhani says, “The statement of Tehran in that declaration, there was a resolution that all [uranium enrichment and processing] must stop but we did not allow it.”
With a gleaming smile, Rouhani boasts of finishing the construction of the Bushehr nuclear reactor and the Arak heavy water plant and increasing the number of centrifuges from 150 to 1,700 at Natanz.
Rouhani explains how he put Europe and America on opposite sides and took advantage of the friendliness of Mohammed El-Baradei, who was then serving as the chief of the United Nations International Atomic Energy Agency. El-Baradei is now Egypt’s Vice President for Foreign Affairs.
“The three European ministers told him that they became human shields for Iran so America cannot attack it,” he recalls from El-Baradei’s Farsi-language book. Rouhani says he got promises “to oppose America” from France and the U.K., even if it meant the use of their veto power in the United Nations Security Council.
On July 31, the Clarion Project reported that an Iranian opposition group claims Rouhani played a “key role” in a newly-identified secret nuclear site. The article also reviewed Rouhani’s history of deceit in regards to Iran’s nuclear program.
For example, on September 30, 2005, he said, “I submit to you that we require an opportunity, time to be able to act on our capability in this area. That is, if one day we are able to complete the fuel cycle and the world sees that it has no choice, that we do possess the [nuclear] technology, then the situation will be different.”
He goes on to use Pakistan and Brazil as examples of where countries developed nuclear capabilities or actual nuclear bombs in defiance of international pressure. Once they achieved their objective, the pressure ceased. Rouhani seems to believe that the sanctions on Iran will be lifted once its nuclear program is finished and the world realizes it cannot be undone.
Again, Rouhani  mentions deception as a tactic. He explains that Iran should not fully disclose the history of its nuclear program because it would result in U.N. action. If U.N. action is inevitable, then Iran might as well hide what it can.
“No, we have not lied. In all cases, we have told them the truth. But in some cases, we may not have disclosed information in a timely manner,” he explains.
In similar news, U.S. and European officials are seeing signs that Iran is also trying to develop nuclear weapons capability through plutonium reprocessing, the method successfully used by North Korea. To date, the focus has been on Iran’s uranium enrichment program.
The centerpiece of the plutonium program is the heavy water reactor in Arak that is ostensibly for producing power from uranium fuel. The plutonium can be taken from the spent fuel and reprocessed into a nuclear bomb. The Iranian regime told the U.N. that it will begin testing the facility by the end of 2013 and will officially open by June 2014. Once it is operational, it can produce enough plutonium for two nuclear bombs each year. Again, this is in addition to the uranium enrichment program.
The nature of the Iranian regime did not change when Ahmadinejad was replaced by Rouhani. Supreme Leader Khamenei is still Supreme Leader. The ideology is unaltered. Rouhani is only the crafty, diplomatic version of Ahmadinejad.