KAHLILI: Iran’s radical rulers close in on the bomb

Washington Times:

It’s not too late to stop nuclear ambitions

By Reza Kahlili


Thursday, August 9, 2012

Iran continues unabated with its illicit nuclear and missile programs despite a decade of negotiations, being targeted by cyberwarfare and recent harsh sanctions on the Iranian Central Bank and oil industry piled on top of earlier, crippling sanctions.

Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, in a recent meeting with the Islamic regime’s officials, called for a “resistance economy,” urging them to work on lowering consumption, help with the private sector and reduce Iran’s dependence on oil.

Ayatollah Khamenei emphasized that the enemy has been plotting to pressure Iran. “They clearly say that with pressure through sanctions, our officials will be forced to re-evaluate their decisions,” the ayatollah said. “However, realization of the facts are that not only will we not rethink our decisions, but we will continue the chosen path with more confidence.”

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2 Replies to “KAHLILI: Iran’s radical rulers close in on the bomb”

  1. We have to be thankful for their own incompetence that the Iranian nuclear program has taken so long, because we’ve done nothing to stop them!
    These clots wouldn’t have known the difference between a neutron and a camel’s penis if it wasn’t for Western technology. The only reason it’s taking them so long to get the bomb is because their knuckle-brained scientists keep cocking it up. They’ve probably been putting granules of uranium in their coffee, thinking that it was sugar.

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