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Ahmadinejad hails U.S. report on Iran's nuclear program

There are 72 comments on the CBC News story from Dec 5, 2007, titled Ahmadinejad hails U.S. report on Iran's nuclear program. In it, CBC News reports that:

“This is a declaration of victory for the Iranian nation against the world powers over the nuclear issue”

A new U.S. intelligence review concluding Iran stopped developing an atomic weapons program in 2003 is a "declaration of victory" for Iran's nuclear program, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Wednesday. via CBC News

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Winnersneverquit

UK

#2 Dec 5, 2007
ILuveMawNy wrote:
Could it be without resorting into conspiracy theories that the 'atomic weapons' definition is the small detail?
I doubt that1
Eventhough american foreign policy is so full of tricks,that we have been led to think "ploy" everytime we see something or a shift!

The reality is that this current president in america is such a clown that no "tricks" could come out of him.

He is basicaly the victim of his own bull$hit! he talked so much of a dream war with iran that he could not afford or win,till one day c.i.a who is the over all protector of america tapped him on his shoulder and said " hey LOSER did you see our report that we kept our mouths shut about for 5 years? " here read it!

That saved bush from humiliation!

“Dropped on head as child”

Since: Dec 06

Athens, Ga

#3 Dec 5, 2007
Its likely that the Bush/Cheney cabal were whipping up war talk and overstating the Iran threat to keep oil prices high for their monied interests.

The oil prices carries about a $20 per bbl "war risk" that is adding billions in profit for Exxon and her ugly sisters.
Quitonceandforge twin

UK

#4 Dec 5, 2007
Buzz Flederjon wrote:
Its likely that the Bush/Cheney cabal were whipping up war talk and overstating the Iran threat to keep oil prices high for their monied interests.
The oil prices carries about a $20 per bbl "war risk" that is adding billions in profit for Exxon and her ugly sisters.
I have said it many times before,infact last week when when cheany was reported to suffer a heart attack,i replied " i bet the oil price has fallen" little knowing that it was probably at that time when these con men at the white house were reading this c.i.a report out yesterday!

What happened dick said bush? well the oil price will fall when this gets out said cheany as he held his chest in pain! LOL.
rajkumar

Pune, India

#5 Dec 5, 2007
Ahmadinejad hails U.S. report on Iran's nuclear program
“This is a declaration of victory for the Iranian nation against the world powers over the nuclear issue”
Endofwhatwasnazi s

UK

#7 Dec 5, 2007
rajkumar wrote:
Ahmadinejad hails U.S. report on Iran's nuclear program
“This is a declaration of victory for the Iranian nation against the world powers over the nuclear issue”
Not quiet out of water yet,we iranians were hoping for a show down to build the nukes with a valid excuse.

Iran as a tourist would tell you is all but "TOO normal" in city life,but step towards the zones of 100km near instalations and you would think iran was preparing for a mars attack!

With my own eyes as i was over taking some type of a vehicle saw highly suffisticated anti cruise missile rockets at the rear with two huge spining type multi barrel canons on either side of the missiles,it was a complete unit which had both missiles and canons with spining barrels.

That got my attention knowing i was near a highly sensative area or instalation,as i looked into the deserts at the side of the motorway,i saw things i never knew iran had,the sun flash on a spining radar got my attention where a make shift desert landing strip had two mig-29's with the canopy open waiting.

Looking on mountain ridge you could make out units with antenas or something..all over the god damn place were anti cruise missiles.

I tell you it was the show of patriotism of the soldiers maning these units made me think this" if i did not have a family and kids with me in the car,i swear i would go and help out"

I am not a military expert,but a day before seeing these i still had doubts in my head about a possible u.s attack,but after seeing them,i know a mars attack would be more likely since no american could be that stupid to attack! or are they?
Endofwhatwasnazi s

UK

#8 Dec 5, 2007
ILuveMawNy wrote:
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It's perhaps confusing what I wrote. I meant the small detail in 'atomic weapons' in extreme. Both USoA and Iran would be correct if they meant this type of nuclear weapons development. The USoA side that Iran did stop it's development of 'atomic weapons' and Iran's version of never started such program.
But what most of you people seem to ignor is the actual u.s demand for iranian oil.
If this nuke stand off is finished,there will be other senarios made up by america.

From 1988 u.s has said iran has done lockerby,iran supports palestine,iran's chemical weapons,iran's support of international terrorism,irans this and that..now we are at the end of the current accusation of nuke bombs!

When this stops we will hear other things.. so what u.s wants from iran is not what they say! it is what they don't say!

As H,ford once said the customers for buying a ford have two reasons, one is that they like the price and second and most important is the one they don't tell you about..and that is " what the neigbours would say?"

Now for america there are two reasons also,one we hear about and the other we don't!

Since: Feb 07

Whitman,Ma

#10 Dec 5, 2007
The Israelis dont believe it and I will go along with them. If it is true, then our inteligence service is useless and should all be fired for incompetence. This would indicate they have been "GOLD BRICKING" on the tax payer's tab for years.
ARMAND WAGNER

San Bernardino, CA

#14 Dec 5, 2007
BUSH IS A TRAITOR!!!!!!!
Foxatitagain

UK

#15 Dec 5, 2007
Wake up USA wrote:
The Israelis dont believe it and I will go along with them. If it is true, then our inteligence service is useless and should all be fired for incompetence. This would indicate they have been "GOLD BRICKING" on the tax payer's tab for years.
What do you know you zionist turd?
Tax payers money going to what? you scums of the earth live on american tax payers money,now that is a waste of money and a crime!

Since: Feb 07

Whitman,Ma

#16 Dec 5, 2007
Foxatitagain wrote:
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What do you know you zionist turd?
Tax payers money going to what? you scums of the earth live on american tax payers money,now that is a waste of money and a crime!
At least I know more than you and that is not anything to be proud of.
ZionistsRscums

UK

#17 Dec 5, 2007
Wake up USA wrote:
<quoted text>At least I know more than you and that is not anything to be proud of.
Know what? bj's?

Since: Feb 07

Whitman,Ma

#18 Dec 5, 2007
ZionistsRscums wrote:
<quoted text>
Know what? bj's?
Same muslim. Has not gotten any smarter yet.

“make mine a double, please”

Since: Sep 07

chicago

#20 Dec 6, 2007
Winnersneverquit wrote:
<quoted text>
I doubt that1
Eventhough american foreign policy is so full of tricks,that we have been led to think "ploy" everytime we see something or a shift!
The reality is that this current president in america is such a clown that no "tricks" could come out of him.
He is basicaly the victim of his own bull$hit! he talked so much of a dream war with iran that he could not afford or win,till one day c.i.a who is the over all protector of america tapped him on his shoulder and said " hey LOSER did you see our report that we kept our mouths shut about for 5 years? " here read it!
That saved bush from humiliation!
why not work on fixing your own country first...
we have managed to muddle thru without your help up to now...i imagine we can get by a little longer without your ^sshole opinions.
thanks just the same.

CDM

“Braccae tuae aperiuntur ”

Since: Oct 07

Chicago

#22 Dec 6, 2007
Who the hell cares if they have nukes or not? There are already enough on the planet to destroy it over and over again. I say - let them have nukes because we need to be kept in check.
Americaisaloser

UK

#23 Dec 6, 2007
ILuveMawNy wrote:
What you seem to ignore like so many others is the simple occurence of countries like USoA buying oil on a open market. A country like Iran is not to be trusted, who is openly showing in the past that a disagreement of way of thinking is to be translated in 'growing influence'. Hence the Iran hostage crisis 1979. Entering and ignoring foreign property by International laws (embassy), and willfully deprive innocent people of their freedoms for over 400 days, just because some obscure Islamic law prevails in a preset of perverse minds. The use of hostage taking is also surprisingly popular in the middle east region. I'm at lost what your definition is of terrorism. bet you will write us when you visit these countries. Trust them I would say.
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Iran just doesn't want to have anything to do with you americans! just pi$$ off and leave us alone!
Trust does not even come into it,we just DON'T WANT YOU AS FRIENDS OR EVEN TRADE PARTNERS! Just go and bull$hit somehwere else.
Anndee

Appleton, WI

#24 Dec 6, 2007
http://www.telegram.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article...
Israel’s end is near, Ahmadinejad says
Danniboy

Canberra, Australia

#26 Dec 6, 2007
ILuveMawNy wrote:
What you seem to ignore like so many others is the simple occurence of countries like USoA buying oil on a open market. A country like Iran is not to be trusted, who is openly showing in the past that a disagreement of way of thinking is to be translated in 'growing influence'. Hence the Iran hostage crisis 1979. Entering and ignoring foreign property by International laws (embassy), and willfully deprive innocent people of their freedoms for over 400 days, just because some obscure Islamic law prevails in a preset of perverse minds. The use of hostage taking is also surprisingly popular in the middle east region. I'm at lost what your definition is of terrorism. bet you will write us when you visit these countries. Trust them I would say.
<quoted text>
OK, without going off like the guy above, this is a pretty rambling and nonsense post. You refer to a single incident nearly 30 years ago? That has little relevance today – except in the minds of those people who cry ‘Hey! Remember that affront or atrocity committed against us in the past?! Well, that’s why WE are committing THIS affront or atrocity today. And it also excuses our actions completely. Hurrah.’ A most useless mindset – even more so because it is shared by both Americans and Iranians (although, if we’re going to go back 30 years, one does wonder what is the greatest affront/atrocity – the hostage crisis or funding and arming Saddam Hussein so he could conduct an 8 year war that killed about a million people. Food for thought).

I have maintained for several years that it is more likely Iran is walking a very tight line with the international community not because it is developing nuclear weapons but because it ISN’T and will gain enormously by throwing this in the face of those who hypocritically, and baselessly, threatened Iran for doing what it is perfectly entitled to do under the NPT.

Exactly as this article claims – now Ahmadinejad can turn around and say ‘see, I told you so – no nukes, none. Look how hypocritical the US looks now.’ Considering there has been zero evidence on a nuclear program, and this struck me – a guy on a couch – some years ago as being a very valuable ploy for Iran, you really would have thought the US administration would have given it more thought and perhaps avoided the baseless accusations that will now make them look, again, ignorant and war-mongering. To put it bluntly, you think someone would have muzzled that idiot Bush years ago. The CIA has even revealed reports saying Iran has no nukes and what does he do? Withdraw his comments and threats? Take it on board with non-committal noises? Even just shut up??? No – he calls a press conference to restate the evil and danger of Iran.
Danniboy

Canberra, Australia

#27 Dec 6, 2007
Anndee wrote:
http://www.telegram.com/apps/p bcs.dll/article?AID=/20070604/ NEWS/706040365/1052/RSS01& source=rss
Israel’s end is near, Ahmadinejad says
Let's at least use the proper terms shall we? The 'zionist regime' and the 'corrupt occupier regime'- not 'Israel'. Ahmadinejad never says Israel will be destroyed – perhaps semantics but perhaps he really does mean he wants to see the end of the regime that has stolen and walled off most of Palestine’s decent water resources in the north and knee-jerk kills 10 civilians for every one of its people killed. I must say – I would love to see the end of this group too, exactly as much as I would love to see the end of that small, f*cking stupid portion of Lebanese and Palestinian people that keep lobbing bombs into Israel.
Abu jassem

AOL

#28 Dec 6, 2007
Anndee wrote:
http://www.telegram.com/apps/p bcs.dll/article?AID=/20070604/ NEWS/706040365/1052/RSS01& source=rss
Israel’s end is near, Ahmadinejad says
He said jourshalem problem WILL VANISHED OVER TIME. YOU LIAR , YOU DO NOT KNOW PERSIAN , THERFORE YOU HAVE NO AUTHORITY TO QUATE DOCTOR AHMADINIZHAD WHO SPEAKS ONLY IN PERSIAN.

DOCTOR AHMADINIZHAD DESLIKE FOR ZIONIST IS MUCH MORE MODERATE THEN FORMER PRESIDENT CARTER !

ISRAELI GOVERNMENT THRIVES ON POLITICAL FRAUD ,BUT THAT IS NOT AN IRANIAN PROBLEM.

TAMAAM SHOOD RAAFT
America Lost

Palm Beach Gardens, FL

#29 Dec 6, 2007
Death to America
Death to Israel
Vote Democrat

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