Monday, January 30, 2006

Iran Sows the Seeds of Distrust

The Iranian Government continues to take the worst possible course for those who like to see a peaceful resolution to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's nuclear plans. The EU negotiations have stalemated;

"Iran has challenged the entire international community," Douste-Blazy told reporters. "The international community has to respond to that challenge with firmness and efficiency."

This just a few days after The US, Russia and China agreed to a deal to bring enriched uranium to Iran for energy purposes. Again, Iran failed an opportunity to prove their intentions are honorable. The condemnation is universal, Hillary Clinton urges UN sanctions.
The UN is applying pressure as well;
Key UN members have agreed Iran must stop nuclear research, the UK says
To further complicate matters, Iran has formed a top secret team of nuclear specialists to infiltrate the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna. Iran has refused to play ball with the international community, but it's doubtful the UN will agree to the necessary military action to stop the inevitable nuclear weapon system Ahmadinejad is clearly planning.


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