Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Mohamed ElBaradei Was Unavailable for Comment

Of course, Democrats and other weak-kneed appeasers are deathly afraid of taking any measures against Iran.

It's time to ignore what they have to say and take action.

Iran: 3,000 centrifuges fully working
Iran has achieved a landmark with 3,000 centrifuges fully working in its controversial uranium enrichment program, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Wednesday.

Ahmadinejad has in the past claimed Iran succeeded in installing the 3,000 centrifuges at its uranium enrichment facility at Natanz. Wednesday's claim was his first official statement that the plant is now fully operating the 3,000 centrifuges.

"We have now reached 3,000 machines," Ahmadinejad told thousands of Iranians in Birjand in eastern Iran, in a show of defiance of international demands to halt the program believed to be masking the country's nuclear arms efforts.

Centrifuges are used in enriching uranium, a process that can produce either fuel for a nuclear reactor or material for a warhead.
While the clueless ElBaradei is nowhere to be found, former UN chief weapon's inspector, the utterly useless Hans Blix, has resurfaced.
FORMER United Nations chief weapons inspector Hans Blix has warned that Iran's nuclear ambition is more serious than was the case with Iraq in 2003.

Dr Blix delivered the Sydney Peace Prize Lecture last night, saying he was still optimistic the international community could escape the threat posed by nuclear weapons.

But he said that souring relations between the big world powers could raise long-term military tensions.

His comments came as Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the country's nuclear program was "irreversible", voicing continued defiance in the face of possible new international sanctions.
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