Thursday, September 14, 2006


U.S. lies on Iran exposed by IAEA

In today's news:
UN inspectors have protested to the U.S. government and a Congressional committee about a report on Iran's nuclear work, calling parts of it "outrageous and dishonest," according to a letter obtained by Reuters.
How "outrageous and dishonest"? This "outrageous and dishonest":
The letter said the report falsely described Iran to have enriched uranium at its pilot centrifuge plant to weapons-grade level in April, whereas IAEA inspectors had made clear Iran had enriched only to a low level usable for nuclear power reactor fuel.

The U.S. has also said that mass quantities of uranium gas await enrichment, which would ultimately be used for the construction of some 40 nuclear bombs.
The full-court press is on, folks. It's up to us to see that the U.S. doesn't succeed in its plan.

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