Plans for Iranian Nuclear Strike Probably Exaggerated
Saturday, March 12, 2005
(SNN) Despite Iran’s disobeying of President Bush’s plans to disarm their nuclear program, there is no immediate plan to strike at Iran with America’s nuclear arsenal. They have gone as far as to refuse an offer made by the United States to offer a bonus to halt their dangerous weapons program.
Iran wantonly continues to develop nuclear weapons.
Despite the wishes of the United States, Iran wantonly continues to develop nuclear weapons. Their brazen attack to remove the sovereignty of United States continues unabated. "The Islamic Republic of Iran is determined to use nuclear technology for peaceful purposes, and no pressure, bribe or threat can make Iran give up its legitimate right," Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi said in a statement.
The United States dared to soil itself by joining France and Germany to offer incentives
The United States even went as far as lowering itself to work with the European Union in offering Tehran an ultimatum to halt sensitive fuel cycle work. The United States dared to soil itself by joining France and Germany to offer incentives to stop the inevitable disaster of Iran's destruction. Instead of accepting the generous offer of membership to the WTO and surplus airplane parts, an Iranian spokesman hid behind the corrupt UN, claiming that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the UN watchdog that monitors the NPT, has "frequently reported that Iran's nuclear activities are peaceful."
Unfortunately, Iran probably has nothing to fear from America’s immense nuclear arsenal. But it would behoove them to remember that at any whim of President Bush they could be burning in the righteous flame of nuclear death. There can only be so long that the United States can hold out from unleashing hell on earth to stop these religious zealots from be able to try to produce fuel that may one day be used to create a nuclear weapon.