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    Wednesday, February 04, 2009

    Iran scores another success.

    Obama administration gravely concerned by first all-Iranian satellite

    DEBKAfile Special Report

    February 3, 2009, 11:05 PM (GMT+02:00)

    Iranian satellite goes into orbit

    Iranian satellite goes into orbit

    The White House and Pentagon issued strong statements Tuesday, Feb. 3 about the dangers posed by the launch of Iran's first homemade satellite into space while working toward developing long-range missile capability. DEBKAfile notes that none of the leading contenders in Israel's Feb. 10 general election, including the defense and foreign ministers - or even prime minister Ehud Olmert - saw fit to react to the event.

    In Washington, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs said any effort to develop missile delivery capability, continue an illicit nuclear program, threaten Israel and sponsor terror is an "acute concern to this administration."

    Pentagon press secretary Geoff Morrell told reporters that Iran poses "a real threat and a growing threat." He said: "It is certainly a reason for us to be concerned about Iran and its continued attempts to develop a ballistic missile program of increasingly long range."

    DEBKAfile's Washington sources report that the Obama administration is beginning to get fed up with Tehran continually laying down hard facts ahead of any dialogue begins between the two governments. An official in the national security council commented wryly: Now that the Iranians have proved they have ballistic missiles capable of reaching Europe and our bases there, what else have they up their sleeves before we start talking?

    Our Iranian sources have seen no sign that Tehran proposes to soften its attitudes on nuclear or missile issues ahead of those talks.

    At a joint news conference with UK foreign secretary David Milliband, US secretary of state Hillary Clinton announced William Burns would join the six major powers in Germany Wednesday to discuss the next steps on Iran's nuclear designs which she called a threat to the world. "We are reaching out a hand, but the fist has to unclench," she said.


    Iran's tactic of continuing to talk and negotiate as a stalling tactic has been very successful.
    Waving an olive branch in one hand while loading a gun with the other has time and time
    again bought them more time.

    While the world continues to wait for Iran's talks, they continue at flank speed to build
    a nuclear capability and develop intercontinental missiles.

    Israel has time and again indicated a willingness to strike, but it seems US has been able to
    offer some kind of assurances to prevent Israel from striking.

    Lets hope the US intel is better than what was produced on Iraq before the invasion.
    Once Iran tests a nuke it is a whole new ball game.

    Their belief in the 13 Imman and paradigm is an Apocalypse pending.

    We have numerous examples of Iran's support of terrorism world wide.
    Iran's intentions are clear, there can be no doubt about their future plans
    to dominate the Middle East.

    If they do get a nuke they pose the most serious risk the world
    has faced, with the Russians US has MAD, mutual assured destruction.
    US has no such assurances with Iran's suicidal 13th Iman paradigm.

    Giving Iran more time is futile and plays into their hands.
    Staling for time to make the Nukes and develop the missiles.

    Does the US actually think Iran can be talked out of the Nukes,
    or the 13 Iman paradigm?

    How does US think talking could benefit the situation.
    Examine the risk reward ratio.

    Internet Anthropologist.

    The Taliban nor al Qaeda have nukes.




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