By Ryan Mauro:
A new report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the group tasked by the United Nations with monitoring nuclear activity, says Iran has failed to meet two obligations to prove its nuclear program is not for weapons. The IAEA also admitted that it is unable to know if Iran has hidden nuclear activities.
There were five obligations that Iran committed to as part of its agreement with the U.S. and the IAEA. Two of them, related to evidence of work on nuclear warheads and detonations, have not been met.
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Iran even reviewed logistics for an underground nuclear weapons test. The report concluded, “The information indicates that Iran has carried out activities relevant to the development of a nuclear explosive device.”
That was from the 2011 report, yet the US keeps playing footsies with Tehran while they are working furiously at building atomic bombs to destroy Israel and America. The US has to get very real with the insane government in Iran. They are building nuclear weapons, and they will use them!
The new IAEA report says Iran is not adequately answering inquiries about work on technologies related to causing nuclear explosions and developing nuclear warheads for its ballistic missiles.
Inspectors are denied access to the Parchin site where a test of high-powered explosives is believed to have been carried out in 2003. Iran has been cleansing the site since at least 2012 and the IAEA says construction there continues.
The Iranians also denied a visa to a specific IAEA inspector for a third time so he could not visit the country.
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The IAEA knows it lacks the capability to detect secret nuclear activity inside Iran. In addition, we know that Iran and North Korea work closely together on their nuclear and missile programs. Iran’s activities inside its territory could be frozen or even rolled back but continue unabated in North Korea.
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