Nuclear Iran, Reloaded

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

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Contingency Plan

Iranian delegation have always said that they have a predetermined action in case something happens. Now that Iran's dossier has been reported to UNSC, Iran will be forced to abandon its nuclear program, because UNSC resolutions are legally binding.

Lets wait and see what contingency plan Iran has now. Hope the plan is not to leave NPT, as it will start the drum beating for a war.


Anonymous RonB said...

Leaving the NPT would indeed be a strategic error as it would allow all the critics of Iran's nuclear program to point to this and say Iran is looking for atomic weaponry.

At this point, what Iran claims they are doing is acceptable under the NPT, so I see no reason for them to want to leave it.

Fri Mar 10, 10:53:00 PM 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Could they complain to an international court? Note that they keep calling IAEA's behavior unjust.

Sat Mar 11, 06:18:00 AM 2006  
Blogger Winston said...

No Nuclear Weapons for Mullahs!

Tue Mar 14, 12:47:00 PM 2006  
Anonymous Amir said...

I agree with you Winston. And I say: no nuclear weapons at all. Not for Mullahs, not for you, not for me, and not for anybody else.

Tue Mar 14, 07:20:00 PM 2006  
Blogger Winston said...

I disagree there but I understand what you said and I accept your well put point.

Nuclear weapons exist in our REAL world and it is a reality we have to deal with, ok?

But it matter who possesses the nuke weapons... Saddam? Mullahs? Stalin? Musharraf? Chinese commies? or Liberal Democracies such as France? US? UK? India or Israel?

To me, possession of nukes by responsible democracies (mentioned above) is Okay since they are not gonna wake up tomorrow and use it against me and you.

But nukes in the hands of Mullah like people is an absolute madness.

Thanks for visiting my humble weblog!

Wed Mar 15, 12:06:00 AM 2006  
Anonymous Amir said...


No for: "it is Okay for some countries to have the nukes". It is certainly NOT OKAY. It encourages others to have them.

Yes for: a responsible democracy having a nuke is not as bad as a non-responsible country having a nuke.

Although I don't like the current regime in power, I don't call it a non-democratic regime. It is certainly better than many many others. It is a semi-democratic country. To make Iran a fully-democratic country, EXTERNAL PRESSURES are not required. Democracy has to evolve within. As it started when Mosadeq came to power. Don't you think?

Wed Mar 15, 12:43:00 AM 2006  
Anonymous Amir said...

I feel I need to add this to what I said:

As you said, nuclear weapons do exist in real world and we have to deal with it. But the approach and the steps the world has taken so far do not seem to work.

Wed Mar 15, 12:58:00 AM 2006  
Blogger Winston said...

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Wed Mar 15, 01:15:00 AM 2006  
Blogger Winston said...

why did you ask me if you know me from any where?

Wed Mar 15, 01:16:00 AM 2006  
Blogger Winston said...

write me an email!

Wed Mar 15, 01:16:00 AM 2006  
Blogger disinformed said...


You've inspired me to start blogging again.


Mon Mar 20, 11:57:00 PM 2006  

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