World War Three?

There is one issue looming darker on my horizon than most. It’s Iran. I don’t think there is any doubt about what it is Iran is working towards. Working to achieve the enrichment of nuclear fuel, in a world where existing enrichment technologies make that investment entirely unnecessary, generally suggests one thing: the ability to create bomb-grade material.

So, the mad Mullahs want to be able to bring down the wrath of Allah. And if their words are anything to go by, statements along the lines of wiping Israel off the map, I think that, as in Hitler’s Mien Kampf, where he told us everything he intended to do, we have no reason to believe they intend other than precisely what they have also told us they intend to do.

All they await is the know-how and the pretext to do so. . .

Iran 'six months from the bomb'

IRAN may be as little as six months away from completing the know-how to build a nuclear bomb, Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom said today.

"The question is not if they are going to hold that bomb in 2009 or 2010 or 2011, the question is when they will have the full knowledge," Shalom told a meeting of US Jewish community leaders in New York. "According to our people, security and intelligence, they are very, very close. It may be only six months before they will have that full knowledge."

Iran insists its nuclear program is purely civilian to make electricity. The United States and Europe suspect Tehran of seeking a weapons capability.
Oh sure – that’s why they need to develop complex and expensive centrifuge technology?

And the first sign we’ll get, if we do nothing? Odds on it’ll be mushroom cloud where Tel Aviv used to be.

‘But,’ the apologists shriek (and I won’t even address the maniacs who argue they should have nuclear weapons for the same reason), ‘why shouldn’t Iran have the nuclear technology Western nations have?’

Simple answer: because we don’t trust them.

So. . . what do we do?

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