February 21, 2015

"CIA tried to mislead IAEA about Iran nuclear program"

*Iran Propaganda debunked in less than 6 minutes


Anonymous said...

Flashback: Former UN weapons inspector, Scott Ritter, outed another former inspector, Richard Butler, as an American spy.


And two years later, in 2001, Ritter was arrested in a police sting involving officers posing as underage girls, and he was nabbed again in 2009 and later charged and convicted.

Not that the two are necessarily related, as there was some time that passed, but the first and later arrest would convince most people to ignore anything Ritter had to say about others.

Anonymous said...

Upon further research, here's an article about how his first arrest and charge was publicly sealed, under the conditions of his charge, and was conveniently publicly leaked in January 2003, just as he was about to go to Baghdad to call for peace, before the ultimate March 2003 invasion.


It's reminiscent of Eliot Spitzer, who publicly criticized the Bush administration in a New York Times article, and was busted a month later for communicating for sex with prostitute.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/02/13/AR2008021302783.html (His NYT article on February 14, 2008.

His resignation speech on March 12, 2008 after it was announced he was facing a federal investigation.


Anonymous said...

As for Iran's nuclear program, here's the U.S. telling Israel to stop its assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists (an act of state-sponsored terrorism, yet Israel isn't on the State Department's list, for obvious reasons).


And here is Helen Thomas asking Obama if he knows of any country in the Middle East that possesses nuclear weapons (if he said Israel, sanctions would have to be imposed under U.S. law, like they originally were against India and Pakistan, because they are non-signatories to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty).


And here's former Israeli PM, Ehud Olmert, letting it slip that Israel has nukes, with calls for his resignation, since Israel is in violation of the NNPT, and even former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said they had nukes.


Woodchuck said...

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Anonymous said...

Thanks, Woodchuck. I'm glad to hear it was useful for you.