Preparing the world for Armageddon
Remember how adamant the Dems used to be about never, ever allowing Iran to go nuclear? How about this laughable nugget from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton – “The policy of the United States government is that we cannot allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapons.” Well, Hillary, close the barn door all you like, the cow is many states away. You have failed miserably at your stated objective.
I believe that the United States government, under the direction of Barack Obama, has intentionally allowed Iran all the time and space it needed to build nuclear reactors, obtain uranium, enrich it, and now we read that Iran is just months away, maybe less, from launching it’s first nuclear weapons test. God help us all.
‘The day after Iran’s first nuclear test is a normal day’
“Any mention of an Iranian nuclear weapon is taboo in the Islamic Republic, which insists that its nuclear programme is entirely for peaceful, civil purposes. So it is remarkable, to say the least, that an article has appeared on the Gerdab website, run by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, anticipating the day after Iran’s first test of a nuclear warhead. Here is a translation of the text:
The day after Iran's first nuclear test is a normal day. The day after Islamic Republic of Iran's first nuclear test will be an ordinary day for us Iranians but in the eyes of some of us there will be a new sparkle. It's a good day. It's seven in the morning. The sun is not fully up yet but everywhere is bright. In the northern hemisphere many countries are beginning the day... The day before, probably in central deserts of Iran, where once Americans and some other Western countries wanted to bury their nuclear waste, an underground nuclear explosion has taken place. The strength of the explosion was not so great as to cause severe damage to the region nor so weak that Iranian scientists face any problems in running their tests. (read full copy here)
This has the look of a kite being flown, but for whom? It could be intended to get Iranians used to the idea of a nuclear test, and less fearful of international reaction. It could be a gesture of defiance to the world by hardline elements – according to independent experts, Gerdab is run by the Revolutionary Guards’ cyber defence command, which is presumably still smarting from the Stuxnet attack. Opposition websites describe it as an enforcement tool for the regime, identifying and threatening independent bloggers inside Iran.
The article comes during a period when Tehran’s official stance is particularly defiant and assertive, announcing today that it will triple its production of 20% enriched uranium and shift it to the underground Fordow site, near Qom.” source – Guardian UK