19 Responses to U.S. security institute says Iran has enriched enough uranium for 5 nuclear bombs

  1. jeremy crawford says:

    Iran is very good at prolonging the inevitable. They don’t realize isreal is the lords child.


  2. Mad Max says:

    After the build up to war with Iraq, I do not trust my government’s think tanks on anything. Especially any for profit US security firm’s assessment that stands to make even more money if more war breaks out or greater saber rattling. Even the Israeli’s admitted that Iran’s capability to actually make a fully functioning nuke is still 5-7 years off and the amounts of Uranium enriched in Iran is primarily the type used in power plants. The Uranium-20 has legitimate medical use in cancer treatments which Iran has only a very tiny amount of and even the USA said they will give them Uranium-20 in exchange for stopping the processing, thus conceding the legitimate medical use of U-20..

    I’m not saying Iran is innocent but let’s face it, why the sudden rush to blow up Iran AGAIN? They have been wagging this dog for, what? 4-5 years now? Last fall, and the 2 years before we had this same build up in language until something else came along and the PTB decided “never mind”. Just saying, makes me question what deeper motives might be hidden from view when we have regimes in the Middle east that are as bad if not worse then Iran like Saudi Arabia, etc. that hate Israel also. Just fascinating when you research back over this decades’ news cycles.


    • Apparently this old news and this institute is not the only one saying it. See this report that goes back to April 17. Apparently, the news missed this press release:



    • excalibre says:

      Max, no one is in a rush to blast Iran. The entire international community, including Isreal, would prefer not to be in this predicament. However, as a rougue nation openly supporting terrorists entities like Hamas and openly calling for the destruction of Isreal, even other Islamic nations, like Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Jordan are calling for the eradication of a nuclear Iran.

      Iran has been under pressure of almost a decade. Attempts to moderate the Iranian position have failed. If we wait until they actually have a nuclear deterrant….and they may already have the beginings of a nuclear arsenal….then defanging this dangerous country will be a much harder proposition. Our window of opportunity is closing and the countries capable of defeating Iranian nuclear ambitions have very little choice.

      Iran is calling our bluff and the stakes are high; too high for games.

      It’s time to preempt.


  3. queenie says:

    I met this,is a terrorist regime how can bho, not be alarmed at all.This is very dangerous for our world.shalom.


  4. Dennis E. says:

    More wasted words………If you look at it, if Iran was really such a threat to world peace, then the US would have already struck. Look at Iraq. But with all the talk of a strike and reports that Iran has already placed most of its nuclear facilities underground, what good now would a strike do unless it was nuclear in nature?

    However, if Israel does preempts and there is reports that they might, without US knowledge, which may be a good thing, then our world as we know it could change overnight and that would be a bad thing I think.

    I would not hold my breath regarding this……


  5. Ron says:

    The Middle East is about to go BOOM!!!


  6. ONTHEMARK55 says:

    On the surface it would seem logical to initiate a pre-emptive strike, what happens if we do? Regardless of political concerns, what are the consequences of striking the uranium storage area’s and the potential release of fallout. I’m not versed well enough in nuclear theory what the aftermath would be, any input on what “be” would be apreciated. What if, anyone?, please respond.


  7. Tom says:

    War is the answer! Or is it…..
    What would jesus do? I dont think he would start a war..


  8. SandroPixie says:

    IT´S ALL ABOUT THE OIIIIIL!!!! XD and since i just puked it out what do you people think about abiotic oil? Alvin? ( i visit the site for a good 5 months now enough too know that there´s someone called Alvin that ansers to people)
    Greetings from Portugal


    • ONTHEMARK55 says:

      It’s not about the oil, there’s enough untapped and tapped resources available to make the Middle East inconsiquential. It’s not about the opressed people either, if it was we’d be in Africa. It’s about MONEY, WAR=MONEY. We tell people without Middle East oil your economy will collapse! FEAR=WAR=MONEY!


    • jake s says:

      Its NOT about oil Its about Khazar Masonic hegemony of the middle east. US has more oil than m.e. Maybe the khazars liquidating xtians will be good long term. They will then have eradicated the support base keepig them in power. Unfortunately, Islam will also be eradicated because muslims know the real backstory on the jews – who they are, who they worship etc. and this info will have to also be covered up, forever


  9. Stefan says:

    Without any mainstream media coverage at all, the House of Representatives passed the United States – Israel Enhanced Security Cooperation Act of 2012 (USIESC).



    The USIESC, written by Eric Cantor , claims there is a need to provide Israel with unlimited military and financial aid as a result of the disturbances caused by the Arab Spring.

    Israel will have an essentially unlimited amount of funds allocated to them through the Federal Reserve Bank. The country will also enjoy an “expanded role of NATO” that consists of an “enhanced presence at NATO headquarters and exercises”.

    The USIESC pledges the US government’s “commitment” to assist Israel in remaining a Jewish State; as well as protection from the UN if the UN Security Council resolves to hold Israel accountable to international laws.

    The US government’s counter-terrorism unit will also aid Israel by any means.

    This USIESC asserts that “supported by the American people” the US government will “repeatedly affirm the special bond between the United States and Israel” and that the two countries have “shared values and shared interests.”

    If there were ever language to suppose that there were a merging of these two nations, the USIESC fits that bill.

    The Executive Summary of USIESC says that “the following actions to assist in the defense of Israel” are:

    (1) Provide Israel such support as may be necessary to increase development and production of joint missile defense systems, particularly such systems that defend the urgent threat posed to Israel and United States forces in the region.

    (2) Provide Israel assistance specifically for the production and procurement of the Iron Dome defense system for purposes of intercepting short-range missiles, rockets, and projectiles launched against Israel.

    (3) Provide Israel defense articles and defense services through such mechanisms as appropriate, to include air refueling tankers, missile defense capabilities, and specialized munitions.

    (4) Allocate additional weaponry and munitions for the forward-deployed United States stockpile in Israel.

    (5) Provide Israel additional surplus defense articles and defense services, as appropriate, in the wake of the withdrawal of United States forces from Iraq.

    (6) Strengthen efforts to prevent weapons smuggling into Gaza pursuant to the 2005 Agreement on Movement and Access following the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza and to protect against weapons smuggling and terrorist threats from the Sinai Peninsula.

    (7) Offer the Israeli Air Force additional training and exercise opportunities in the United States to compensate for Israel’s limited air space.
    (8) Expand Israel’s authority to make purchases under the Foreign Military Financing program on a commercial basis.

    (9) Seek to enhance the capabilities of the United States and Israel to address emerging common threats, increase security cooperation, and expand joint military exercises.

    (10) Encourage an expanded role for Israel within the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), including an enhanced presence at NATO headquarters and exercises.

    (11) Support extension of the long-standing loan guarantee program for Israel, recognizing Israel’s unbroken record of repaying its loans on time and in full.

    (12) Expand already-close intelligence cooperation, including satellite intelligence, with Israel.

    USIESC goes on to claim that: “Iran, (3) which has long sought to foment instability and promote extremism in the Middle East, is now seeking to (4) exploit the dramatic political transition underway in the region to undermine governments traditionally aligned with the United States and support extremist political movements in these countries.”

    On the contrary, Israel and the US have been the biggest proponents of violence toward unprovoked nations in recent times. The collaboration of the US, Israel and NATO, with help from CIA operatives al-Qaeda and other US funded terrorist groups, have synthesized fake revolutions (i.e. the Arab Spring) to destabilize foreign governments and force regime changes.

    Right now, al-Qaeda is being used by the Obama administration to force the Syrian President out of office through repeated attacks and massive killing of innocent Syrians.

    In Africa, specifically the south Sudan region, Obama has teamed up with Israel to create the new nation of South Sudan by using terrorism to force their current government out.

    USIESC continues its assault on Iran: “At the same time, (5) Iran may soon attain a nuclear weapons capability, a development that would fundamentally threaten vital American interests, destabilize the region, encourage regional nuclear proliferation, further empower and embolden Iran, (6) the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism, and (7) provide it the tools to threaten its neighbors, including Israel”.

    Although publicly, both the Obama administration and the Israeli government have admitted that Iran has absolutely no intention of building nuclear weapons. Both governments assume that by using words like “they may” or “they might” denotes a definite intention to do so.

    The Mullahs that have ultimate authority in Iran have stated numerous times that the acquisition and use of nuclear weapons goes against the law of Islam. Independent studies, outside of the US and Israeli reach, have also confirmed that not only does Iran not have nuclear weapons at present, but are not perusing their allocation.

    To justify the fabricated “need” to assist Israel in remaining “safe” the USIESC states : “As a result, (8) the strategic environment that has kept Israel secure and safeguarded United States national interests for the past 35 years has eroded.”

    At the present time, Israel is in possession of an estimated 200 – 300 nuclear weapons. They are the covert superpower of the world. Israel also enjoys one of the most intensive and explicit armies in the world. While Israel continues to invade the sovereign nations that surround them, they are not being invaded themselves.

    The USIESC is a propaganda piece of legislation designed to set the stage for full military support of Israel when they launch an unprovoked strike against Iran. While now, there are campaigns to coerce a fake grassroots effort to force a regime change in Iran, the inevitability of war declarations are looming in the distance.

    China and Russia have made it clear that they have absolutely no intention of ending their relations with Iran.

    The distractions in the mainstream media concerning Obama are just that. The sudden inflation of gay rights in the political arena and other nonsensical and unimportant social memes are being touted as if they will define our nation.

    The USIESC has clearly set a precedent and definition of who America is.

    The Obama administration, under careful control of the global Elite, is consolidating powers with Israel in a joint effort to take over the world . . . by toppling one government at a time.


  10. Wendy says:

    This is insane! If one country has 200-300 nuclear weapons, I feel if Iran made whatever they felgt would protect their country, people, because countries who are surrounding them in every inch outside of their peramentor I would defend myself too. Look at it from a survival need to defend your family from a burgaler/home invasion, wouldn’t you protect your loved ones? I am against war, I do not believe it is the best way to solve issues. I feel anything nuclear should be banned and no one on Earth should possess it, look at Vietnam, Choreyll, and now Fukushima, look at all the areas nuclear testing had a hay day on…..:( To me, we have no financial place to back/support anyone Isreal and I am against my taxes supporting this cause, or supporting war, military weapon testing, making, and banning all weapons of mass destruction, ban nuclear power plants, ban war, and ban drones flying into any country and killing (ex. Yemen). I think we have a country to try and help save those people from the radiation, It is horrible to see after a year nothing is being done, the problem is only getting worse, and yet we have not rescued these people from a horrible situation, that is killing them, poisoning wildlife, our Earth’s water and air, which will get to the plants too. Why would we not fix this before giving unlimited funds to Isreal, more amendments on more money going to a war a small % of Americans are supporting. I feel it is time to stop putting my taxes toward killing people who are not threating me or my country but putting my taxes to rebuidling America; building jobs here; banning GMO products completely and start more local growing Organic foods, animals; getting our energy free from the earth’s energy; helping countries like Japan who are begging for us to find a way to contain the nuclear reactor #4 before it is too late; bring back true journalism; rebuild education with topics written by various perspectives and no teaching to the test; We have really fallen asleep at the wheel and if we do not wake up and steer ourselves off this insane path we may just crash into our last red wood.


    • No one is threatening Iran and there is no need for a civilian nuclear program. Iran has large oil reserves and sits on the 2nd largest reserves of natural gas in the world. It also imports most of its gasoline because it has few refineries but has chosen to spend its oil revenues obviously on something it considers more important and infinitely more destructive. These plants are nothing but a lust for power and war from radical Islamic fundamentalists who are bent on reshaping the Middle East by using the power of the hotamah to usher in the Mahdi and eliminate the zionist state of Israel. Nuclear power and nuclear weapons threatens the world – as we can see from the glaring example in Japan.

      What we should be preparing for is thermonuclear exchanges in the world because that is exactly the path of self-destruction the world is on and untold millions will die across the planet.


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