Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Iran Will 'Soon Join' World Nuclear Technology Club: Ahmadinejad

Iran for the first time has enriched uranium, it has announced Tuesday, causing more concern as it rolls forward with its suspected nuclear weapons program.
On March 29, the UN Security Council called on Iran to suspend uranium enrichment program to provide a guarantee that its nuclear program is peaceful, with
International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei asked to report on Iranian compliance after 30 days. This announcement comes only 15 days after that, which shows that Iran does not care what the international community thinks, a big mistake on there part.
"Iran has put into operation the first unit of 164 centrifuges, has injected (uranium) gas and has reached industrial production," said former Iranian President Hashemi. "We should expand the work of these machines to achieve a full industrial line. We need dozens of these units (sets of 164 centrifuges) to achieve a uranium enrichment facility," he said.
The comments by the Iranian officials came as the head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog agency, Mohammed ElBaradei, was set to visit Tehran this week for talks on the nuclear program.
"Iran will soon join the club of countries that have nuclear technology," said Iran's nut-job President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad . "The equation will change in favor of the Iranian people," Ahmadinejad said.
The international community has pursued every option peacefully and Iran has more or less given us the finger. Ahmadinejad apparently does not value the lives of his people or the will of the world.
With the new talk of a possible strike against Iran, they better start to realize that we will act and we will not allow them to have a nuclear weapon, which I have no doubt they would hand , over to terrorists and that we can not allow under any circumstances.

1 comment:

Bushwack said...

This freaking idiot is going to get alot of Iranians killed and they seem happy about it.