Ahmadinejad says Iran is increasing n...

Ahmadinejad says Iran is increasing nukes

There are 20 comments on the cbs11tv.com story from Jul 26, 2008, titled Ahmadinejad says Iran is increasing nukes. In it, cbs11tv.com reports that:

Iran's president said Saturday his country now possesses 6,000 centrifuges, a significant increase in its nuclear program that is certain to further rankle the United States and others who fear Tehran is intent on developing weapons.

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get a life

United States

#1 Jul 26, 2008
Hummmm, lets see, 6,000 centrifuges + 1 precision military strike = rubble. It's not necessarily the United States that Ahmadinejad is gonna rankle into action.Hummmmm.
Jones

“It's about the American People”

Since: Jun 07

Flushing, NY

#2 Jul 26, 2008
Nothing at all can stop apocalyptic and fanatic radical Islamic tyrants like Ahmadinajad and Ayatollah Khumenie from driving the Iranian people 'off the cliff' to humanitarian disaster as Islam is a vicious and immoral self-destructive religion since it started by the Jihadist Mohammad in the 7th century.
In fact, Mohammad offered martyrdom and sexual award with 72 girls to the Islamic terrorists that will kill the infidels and Jews that are the called 'enemies of the Islamic Allah' and obviously, no radical Islamic man will turn down such tempting award in faked ‘Islamic paradise’.
Nevertheless, as Ahmadinajad feels that he is getting so close to his destructive goals to use nukes against the enemies of the Islamic Allah, President Bush with the aid of UK and France among other countries will put blockade of the Strait of Hormuz for Iranian ships carrying nuclear gasoline to Iran as new means of sanctions against the evil and brutal Iranian regime.
In addition, Israel is ready to attack and destroy the Iranian regime and its nukes before the end of the year to prevent the spread of nukes and dirty bombs to Syria and the Islamic terrorist suicide bombers of Hamas, Hezbollah, The Mehdi Army, The Iranian Revolutionary Guards, Al Qaida, Taliban and Islamic Jihad organizations that will create chaos in the entire Middle East, Europe and beyond.

It is a moment of truth for the civilized world when two evil radical Islamic terrorist leaders Ahmadinajad and Ayatollah Khumenie that are following the Hitler murderous self destruction way to ruin the world for billions of people as demanded by the immoral Mohammad of the 7th century.

Since: Mar 08

Pittsburgh, PA

#3 Jul 26, 2008
Regardless of how acceptable or hard to accept it may be, I'm one of those people who only want the truth, even the ugly truth, not lip service, not sensationalism, just the plain and simple truth, not propaganda, not half truths, not outright lies, just the truth.

Firstly, it is accepted history and definition of terms that "nukes" is indisputably known as "nuclear weapons" whether it be a warhead or warhead attached to a missile and other miscellaneous "nuclear weapons."

Possessing 6,000 centrifuges to enrich uranium even by a long shot cannot be defined as possessing or increasing nuclear weapons.

Now we know Iran does not have any nuclear weapons but the headlines says the opposite as relating that Ahmadinejad says that Iran is increasing nukes.

Truth is supposed to be sacred in a civilized society but in our world today it is the most sacrificed and abused item on the list of things to do today.

Now, is the author of this "news" story completely ignorant of what a nuclear weapon is or is the headline an outright lie to give the story meaning and context that it does not have in the mind of the reader? It has to be one or the other.

For the manipulators, don't purposely confuse this post with some form of support or another of Iran or terrorists since it is only in defense of the truth.
Guess who

Las Vegas, NV

#4 Jul 26, 2008
That's why it's not good to have a mad man at the wheel...

“oderint dum metuant”

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#5 Jul 26, 2008
In Real Time wrote:
Regardless of how acceptable or hard to accept it may be, I'm one of those people who only want the truth, even the ugly truth, not lip service, not sensationalism, just the plain and simple truth, not propaganda, not half truths, not outright lies, just the truth.
Firstly, it is accepted history and definition of terms that "nukes" is indisputably known as "nuclear weapons" whether it be a warhead or warhead attached to a missile and other miscellaneous "nuclear weapons."
Possessing 6,000 centrifuges to enrich uranium even by a long shot cannot be defined as possessing or increasing nuclear weapons.
Now we know Iran does not have any nuclear weapons but the headlines says the opposite as relating that Ahmadinejad says that Iran is increasing nukes.
Truth is supposed to be sacred in a civilized society but in our world today it is the most sacrificed and abused item on the list of things to do today.
Now, is the author of this "news" story completely ignorant of what a nuclear weapon is or is the headline an outright lie to give the story meaning and context that it does not have in the mind of the reader? It has to be one or the other.
For the manipulators, don't purposely confuse this post with some form of support or another of Iran or terrorists since it is only in defense of the truth.
Very well written.
Be reminded has well that you can make fissil material and place that material into a medium range missile. Technically it's still a conventional weapon but with the addition of radioactive material now it's a dirty bomb.
Doesn't have a nuclear yield but you get just about all the benefits cheaply.

The question is, if Iran is pursuing this for peaceful purposes why not get advice from countries that have proven records with nuclear power? France, Japan

Why do you need a reactor when you don't have the electrical grid to take advantage of it?
Plus you have vast supplies of oil for your that purposes.

The main concern I have with Iran is that government (not the people) support and sponsors state run terrorism and fundamentalist beliefs.

How long before they move from EFP's and IED's to CBR weapons and dirty missiles?

Since: May 07

Indianapolis, IN

#6 Jul 26, 2008
I wonder just how many of Iran's citizens would love to get rid of that whack job Ahmadinejad and the ayatollahs. It can't be fun being an average Iranian, and reading the newspaper.
Shannon

United States

#7 Jul 26, 2008
Mad Dog USN wrote:
<quoted text>
Very well written.
Be reminded has well that you can make fissil material and place that material into a medium range missile. Technically it's still a conventional weapon but with the addition of radioactive material now it's a dirty bomb.
Doesn't have a nuclear yield but you get just about all the benefits cheaply.
The question is, if Iran is pursuing this for peaceful purposes why not get advice from countries that have proven records with nuclear power? France, Japan
Why do you need a reactor when you don't have the electrical grid to take advantage of it?
Plus you have vast supplies of oil for your that purposes.
The main concern I have with Iran is that government (not the people) support and sponsors state run terrorism and fundamentalist beliefs.
How long before they move from EFP's and IED's to CBR weapons and dirty missiles?
Japan? Have you read this?

http://www.payvand.com/news/08/jun/1027.html

“a'Round We Go”

Since: Apr 08

AOL

#8 Jul 26, 2008
Hitler is still alive. He lives on through the legacy of the atom/nuclear bomb. Even (for Ahmadinejad's sake) there was no Holocaust the atom bomb is an enduring reminder of the extreme evil birthed from Hitler and Japan. Yes Hitler still lives and is ruling the world through his baby birthed into the world in order to stop the course of actions he set into motion. Hitler is still in motion. Every time we mention Atom Bomb we might as well say Adolf Hitler.

“oderint dum metuant”

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#9 Jul 26, 2008
Shannon wrote:
<quoted text>
Japan? Have you read this?
http://www.payvand.com/news/08/jun/1027.html
Well isn't that interesting?

“oderint dum metuant”

Since: Jun 08

Location hidden

#10 Jul 26, 2008
Shannon wrote:
<quoted text>
Japan? Have you read this?
http://www.payvand.com/news/08/jun/1027.html
I don't think Ahmadineajihad thinks before he opens his piehole.

Does this azzclown think of the repercussions
of his so called theories? Guess not..
What a pathetic little man
Shannon

United States

#11 Jul 26, 2008
Mad Dog USN wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't think Ahmadineajihad thinks before he opens his piehole.
Does this azzclown think of the repercussions
of his so called theories? Guess not..
What a pathetic little man
I agree, he is a motor mouth. There is going to come a point in time where Israel will refuse to live with this nuclear risk any longer.
Shannon

United States

#12 Jul 26, 2008
Iran to increase cooperation with IAEA - A senior envoy said Friday that Iran wants to expand its cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency, but said the IAEA should not be cast as a "U.N. watchdog" looking for signs of secret nuclear weapons programs.-AP 7/25/08

They don't show the goods anyway. What's the point.

Since: Mar 08

Pittsburgh, PA

#13 Jul 26, 2008
Mad Dog USN wrote:
<quoted text>
Very well written.
Humbly, Thank You.
Mad Dog USN wrote:
<quoted text>Be reminded has well that you can make fissil material and place that material into a medium range missile. Technically it's still a conventional weapon but with the addition of radioactive material now it's a dirty bomb.
Doesn't have a nuclear yield but you get just about all the benefits cheaply.
If the matter is unregulated yeah.
Mad Dog USN wrote:
<quoted text>The question is, if Iran is pursuing this for peaceful purposes why not get advice from countries that have proven records with nuclear power? France, Japan
Iran doesn't trust France or Japan because both are allies with the US and Israel so go figure.
Mad Dog USN wrote:
<quoted text>Why do you need a reactor when you don't have the electrical grid to take advantage of it?
Build both simultaneously like most industrialized nations or just run the wires to other sources and sell it while acquiring the wealth to build an interior infrastructure. We did it. Any other country has the AC/DC outline it's basic electronics and it's not copyrighted or patented.
Mad Dog USN wrote:
<quoted text>Plus you have vast supplies of oil for your that purposes.
Weaning the intended customers and surrounding nations deprecate their own infrastructure off of "oil" as you say onto nuclear electricity which makes fools of them because they switched to an infrastructure that depends on the producer meanwhile the oil goes to other purposes.
Mad Dog USN wrote:
<quoted text>The main concern I have with Iran is that government (not the people) support and sponsors state run terrorism and fundamentalist beliefs.
The citizens of Iran back Ahmadinejad and his religious boss (can't think of his name right now) of Iran (he controls Ahmadinejad and Iranian policy kind of like Israel and US president) so if Iran goes down, NO mercy because of any idea that Ahmadinejad or his controllers do not have popular support.
Mad Dog USN wrote:
<quoted text>How long before they move from EFP's and IED's to CBR weapons and dirty missiles?
This is why the globe needs to replace current nuclear oversight with an international group, non political, non religious, non green, non pro pollution, non bs if you know what I mean, into a group that oversees all nuclear activities for nuclear produced electricity and they live there, work there, on rotation, in, out, everything is observed because the IAEA is an impotent and sissy institution controlled by agendists (conspirators) according to its various group members to suit a group purpose.

The IAEA is not really international. It's just a title they use like some Jewish/Israeli interests use the title of "Congress" in various nations that the Jewish/Israeli interests formed groups in.

“AM YISRAEL CHAI!”

Since: Apr 08

Bricktown, NJ

#14 Jul 26, 2008
Hmmm, so first they said their nuclear reactor was just for "power purposes to light up houses" now they are saying they are making nukes. They lied obviously. The US and Israel needs to take action against iran now.

Since: Mar 08

Pittsburgh, PA

#15 Jul 26, 2008
Sence wrote:
Hitler is still alive. He lives on through the legacy of the atom/nuclear bomb. Even (for Ahmadinejad's sake) there was no Holocaust the atom bomb is an enduring reminder of the extreme evil birthed from Hitler and Japan. Yes Hitler still lives and is ruling the world through his baby birthed into the world in order to stop the course of actions he set into motion. Hitler is still in motion. Every time we mention Atom Bomb we might as well say Adolf Hitler.
Get with the real world.

Regardless of your opinions just get with the real world. Hitler died a long time ago.

Else prove Hitlers existence.

It's up to you.

“a'Round We Go”

Since: Apr 08

AOL

#16 Jul 26, 2008
In Real Time wrote:
<quoted text>
Get with the real world.
Regardless of your opinions just get with the real world. Hitler died a long time ago.
Else prove Hitlers existence.
It's up to you.
Your thinking inside the box. That is the problem with the whole world and that includes you.

“AM YISRAEL CHAI!”

Since: Apr 08

Bricktown, NJ

#17 Jul 26, 2008
Sence wrote:
<quoted text>Your thinking inside the box. That is the problem with the whole world and that includes you.
Yes, so hitler is 119 years old...
Jens

Germany

#18 Jul 27, 2008
They produce nuclear fuel to thir nuclear power plants. Maybe they do not want to buy uranium to reactors or they have an agreement that Russia will build nuclear power plants but they must settle in own domain or they want to build the second nuclear power plant in another region and they need fuel to it.
Jens

Germany

#19 Jul 27, 2008
Israel1948 wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, so hitler is 119 years old...
Were these guys who rule in Israel now his close friends?

“AM YISRAEL CHAI!”

Since: Apr 08

Bricktown, NJ

#20 Jul 27, 2008
Jens wrote:
<quoted text>Were these guys who rule in Israel now his close friends?
What the hell are you talking about?

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