Sunday, March 12, 2006

Road To Iran: Iran rejects Russian nuclear compromise offer

Iran has said it is shelving a Russian compromise deal intended to defuse an international dispute over whether Tehran is seeking to build an atomic bomb. Hamid Reza Asefi, the Iranian foreign ministry spokesman, said on Sunday that Tehran was not considering reprising the Russian plan. "Now the situation has changed, the Russian proposal is not on the agenda," he told reporters at a conference on energy and security in Tehran. Russia had proposed that it make nuclear fuel on Iran's behalf in order to ensure that uranium was enriched only to the low level needed for power stations and not to the higher weapons-grade needed for warheads. However, Iran was unwilling to surrender its right to enrich uranium on its own soil. The failure of the Russian compromise helped send Iran's case to the UN Security Council for possible sanctions.

What are we waiting for? With each day this Axis of Evil nation continues to get closer to building a bomb, that they will not hesitate to use - it's time for an action now. We must strike all known Iranian nuclear facilities, command and control centers, as well as their leadership with tactical nukes, white phosphorous, and MOABs - and take out that lunatic Ahmadinejad.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I presume that, given your statements, you'll be leaving school tomorrow to apply for American citizenship and begin your Army training.

Or are you more of an armchair warrior, with Blogger's Bluster and cocktail courage?

BTW, I've already done my time for my country, so the predictable retort doesn't work.

7:07 PM, March 12, 2006  
Blogger yugunter said...

what unit did you serve in?

10:15 PM, March 12, 2006  
Anonymous maya said...

Right. And then start WWIII. It's gonna be so fun.

3:41 PM, March 13, 2006  
Blogger yugunter said...

as far as I am concerned we are already in WW3 - it was started by the enemy of Sept.11, 2001, unfortunatelly some people still fail to see it

3:56 PM, March 13, 2006  

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