U.S. Defense Sec. Leon Panetta: Are they [Iranians] trying to develop a nuclear weapon? "No." --Panetta Admits Iran is Not Trying to Develop a Nuclear Weapon, CBS's "Face The Nation" Jan. 8, 2012
NOAM CHOMSKY: The Brookings Institute just a few months ago released extensive polls of what Arabs think about Iran. …They show that Arab opinion …”holds that the major threat in the region is Israel, that's 80 percent; the second major threat is the United States, that's 77 percent. Iran is listed as a threat by 10 percent. With regard to nuclear weapons, rather remarkably, a majority, in fact, 57 percent, say that …it would have a positive effect in the region if Iran had nuclear weapons. --Iran: Parallax view
Notice Iran has no nukes while U.S. has 8,500 and Israel has an estimated 80. Unlike Iran, Israel didn't sign the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty and won't allow ANY inspections of it's nuclear facilities.
The Buried Lead on Iran: All Nuclear Sites Routinely Inspected, No Violations --Antiwar.com
Iran to Allow Nuclear Inspectors Into Secret Military Complex
Iran has announced it will allow international nuclear inspectors to visit its secret Parchin military complex. Iran has long said its nuclear program is for civilian purposes only, but some international analysts have speculated Iran may be using the Parchin complex to do research relevant to nuclear weapons. It is not clear when inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency will visit the site. --Democracy NOW! HEADLINES, March 06, 2012
Retired Generals Sign Open Letter Opposing War With Iran
Eight retired U.S. military and intelligence officials have signed an open letter to President Obama urging him to say no to war with Iran. The letter was published as a full-page ad in the Washington Post on Monday. Signatories included Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, who served as chief-of-staff to former Secretary of State Colin Powell, and Paul Pillar, a former CIA national intelligence officer. --Democracy NOW! HEADLINES, March 06, 2012
U.S.: Iran Unlikely to Start Military Conflict
A top U.S. intelligence official said Thursday that Iran is unlikely to provoke a military conflict but would respond if attacked. Defense Intelligence Agency Director Lieutenant General Ronald Burgess made the comment in testimony before the Senate Armed Services Committee. --DemocracyNOW! HEADLINES, February 17, 2012
U.S. Intelligence Analysts: No Hard Evidence Iran Is Building Nuclear Bomb
In a front-page article published on Saturday, the New York Times reports U.S. intelligence analysts continue to believe that there is no hard evidence that Iran has decided to build a nuclear bomb. According to the article, recent assessments by U.S. spy agencies are broadly consistent with a 2007 intelligence finding that concluded Iran had abandoned its nuclear weapons program years earlier. --Democracy NOW! Headlines | Monday, February 27, 2012
Is there a covert war against Iran? --Chris Matthews' Hardball<
What do YOU think - - -
WHO'S RUNNING COVERT OPS AGAINST IRAN? --The Race for Iran
So, what's this REALLY all about?
Is Israeli Prime Minister Mr. Netanyahu really this misinformed -- or is he just running a war-scam?
Panetta says Israel could strike Iran in spring: report. --Yahoo
Report: Israel Won’t Warn U.S. Before Striking Iranian Nuclear Sites
The Associated Press is reporting Israeli officials have privately told the Obama administration they will not warn the United States if they decide to launch a preemptive strike against Iranian nuclear facilities. ...Both Netanyahu and Obama are scheduled to address a conference organized by AIPAC, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. The Wall Street Journal is reporting Obama is considering using his AIPAC speech on Sunday to more forcefully outline potential military actions against Iran. ... --Democracy Now, HEADLINES, Tuesday, February 28, 2012
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P.S. MICC? That's President Eisenhower's "MilitaryIndustrialCongressional Complex."
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