Sunday, December 2, 2007

Iran Says Its Uranium is Fuel for Power Plants

As Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad continues to insist that its uranium enrichment work is its national right and that it is only using it for fuel for power plants, the U.S., with the help of the U.N., continues to pound on its door demanding that it cease and desist.

Five U.N. Security council members and Germany agreed back in September to delay further sanctions against Iran until the European Union's top diplomat, Javier Solana, had submitted his report on his mediation efforts. They are also awaiting another report from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), which to this point, has said Iran was cooperating though hesitatingly.

As the debates continue many believe that Iran is being bullied by the U.S. and Israel for selfish means - do I hear oil?

As Soraya Sepahpour-Ulrich has stated in his excellent article, The Iran Threat,
"One must have a clear understanding that Iran’s nuclear ambitions do not pose a threat, however, due to isolation, Iran has become a self-reliant nation and has escaped self-colonization. She is keen to pursue her civilian nuclear technology, not as a violation or as a threat to world order, but as her inalienable right under international law and in response to the current and future needs of the Iranian people."
As to the intentions of the U.S. and Israel in attacking Iran, Sepahpour-Ulrich stipulates,
"The transport of oil through Iran versus the prohibitively expensive longer and costly Baku-Ceyhan pipeline would be of great benefit to the West, and the world, and help build up the drastically low global spare capacity..."
Folks, bottom line is that Iran is not a threat. The U.S. government wants you to believe they are a threat so they can bomb them into oblivion and gain control of their country to use it to transport oil.

Don't continue to fool yourself, it's all about power, oil and money... Iran is being knocked about for no other reason but.

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