Monday, December 14, 2009

Completely Unsurprising

Leaked intelligence documents confirm Iran's work on nuclear weapons.

The notes, from Iran’s most sensitive military nuclear project, describe a four-year plan to test a neutron initiator, the component of a nuclear bomb that triggers an explosion. Foreign intelligence agencies date them to early 2007, four years after Iran was thought to have suspended its weapons programme.
For quite some time now, only fools have failed to realize that Iran has been working steadily toward obtaining nuclear weapons. Despite the blatantly obvious nature of their intentions, many in the west have been swallowing and regurgitating Iranian propaganda that its nuclear program is only for peaceful purposes, and doesn't involve nuclear weapons. Will this latest evidence convince those in denial? I doubt it. Those types of fools rely on wishful thinking, rarely letting facts and evidence disrupt their skewed view of reality.

So what will be done? Most likely little or nothing. The same fools will cling to their hopes that Iran isn't really working on nuclear weapons, or that they can somehow be talked out them. They'll probably be reeling with shock when Iran tests its first nuclear device.

1 comment:

  1. I think it may be safe to say at this point that we're screwed