Nuclear Iran by Summer, Time Is Up



Branco cartoon via Conservative Daily News

Updates are at the end of this post

President Obama is willing to meet with President Hassan Rouhani at next week’s UN General Assembly meeting. Rouhani, the front man for the Ayatollah, is known for his deceptive and delaying practices – he has done it before.

Hasan Rouhani claims he will follow a path of moderation and hopes to see the lifting of sanctions over ‘Iran’s suspect nuclear program.’

The House recently voted for tougher sanctions against Iran and 76 Senators sent a letter to Obama asking for new restrictions.

Obama’s reaction? He is concerned that it will offend this new ‘moderate’ leader.

Rouhani was an intimate of the murderous Khomenei regime from its inception and is close to the current Ayatollah.  Rouhani is an Ayatollah insider. One cannot be an Ayatollah insider and be anything but extreme. Rouhani was also close to the very radical Rafsanjani.

Rouhani has extolled theocrat Khomenei’s enlightened “vision” for Islamic supremacy in his writings and has said that to separate from these ideals is to be held in the prison of western politics, “politics without ethics” or a medieval European dungeon, “backward religious thoughts”…

He gave a speech in which he told the Iranian parliament that he planned to model Pakistan’s nuclear armaments program. Pakistan is rushing ahead with a Plutonium Reactor.

When Rouhani served as Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator, he openly admitted he was pretending to negotiate with the US while mocking the US for believing him. He mocked the European Troika while lying to their faces.

Immediately after Iran’s presidential election in June. Iran announced they were sending 4,000 more troops to Syria . They also announced their intention to move ahead with their nuclear program.

Before Ahmadinejad left office, he warned us by saying, ”I will inform you with God as my witness, a devastating storm is on the way that will uproot the basis of Zionism.” Ahmadinejad added that Israel “has no place in the region.”

Two days before his inauguration as Iran’s new president, Hassan Rouhani said that Israeli occupation of Palestinian land had inflicted a “wound” on the Muslim world.

Iran’s student news agency ISNA quoted Rouhani as saying: “The Zionist regime is a wound that has sat on the body of the Muslim world for years and needs to be removed.” Iranian state television later denied the part about Israel needing to be removed.

If the Iranians aren’t developing a nuclear weapon, why are they developing Plutonium? Iran could begin producing weapons-grade Plutonium by next summer, U.S. and European officials believe, using a different nuclear technology that would be easier for foreign countries to attack but puts it on the fast track.

They are developing Uranium in underground bunkers but are now moving on to include a heavy-water nuclear reactor to produce Plutonium.

In recent months, U.S. and European officials say, the Tehran regime has made significant advances on the construction of a heavy water reactor in the northwestern city of Arak. It could be capable of producing two Plutonium bombs a year.

In a statement issued by the Prime Minister Netanyahu’s office, it read, “One must not be fooled by the Iranian president’s fraudulent words.”

Netanyahu believes that if there were  US carriers in the region and an American declaration, the Iranians would have acted differently.

“The Iranians are spinning in the media so that the centrifuges can keep on spinning.”

Strategic Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz said there is ‘no time left to hold negotiations.’ Without a credible threat from the United States for a strike of force, they will complete their mission to become a nuclear Iran.

“Today the Iranians take into account that they have room to maneuver, and that is the most dangerous thing,” he said.

While the US is leveling sanctions, the Iranians have not been deterred from building the bomb. They are doubling down.

Netanyahu is due to meet with President Obama in DC on September 30 for talks mostly on Iran.

Steinitz said Netanyahu had learned a lesson from Syria, where the world has stood largely by while over 100,000 people have died in two and a half years of civil war.

“It must be understood that no one will come to help us if, heaven forefend, we lose the ability to defend ourselves. Therefore we must do everything to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon,” he said.

Iran is on course to develop a nuclear bomb within six months and time has run out for further negotiations, Steinitz said.

President Obama doesn’t think US citizens should have guns but he doesn’t see why Iran can’t have a nuclear program, one that will obviously lead to nuclear weapon development.

More information at Yahoo News

Update: 09/20/13: Rouhani has a phony op-ed in The Washington Post, modeling Putin’s approach to making the US look like fools