Nuclear Iran, Reloaded

In the Reloaded version of my blog, I'll write about Iran, its nuclear program, its culture, and most importantly, myself.

Sunday, April 24, 2005


Watch the FOX News Channel on Sunday at 9 p.m. EDT for "Iran: The Nuclear Threat," hosted by Chris Wallace.

related story:
U.S. & World - Iran Hid Nuclear Plans for Nearly 2 Decades

Iran did hide its nuclear program for two decades. However, the IAEA has been intensively inspecting Iran's nuclear facilities for two years with not even one single evidence of diversion towards military use of the technology. Despite the fact that Stanford University researchers suggested the idea of nuclear power plants some 30 years ago, US claims that the oil-rich Iran does not need nuclear power. At the same time, US tries to intervene and block the construction of "the peace pipeline" that delivers gas from Iran to India through Pakistan.
The only way to explain this strategy is to say that this whole idea of "Nuclear Threat" is just a political tactic to apply pressure. They've got it wrong though; this wouldn't pressure the mullahs, because what they are doing is legal. This would only pressure the Iranian people.


Blogger Rodger said...


I cannot find an email link here.

I was interviewed yesterday (via email) by Kia Kojoury (or perhaps Kojouri) for

The topic? Iran's bomb, the prospects for war and US-Iranian relations.

Since a language barrier prevents me from monitoring that website for the result, can you let me know if it appears?


Tue Apr 26, 04:08:00 PM 2005  

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