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IAEA: Iran on cusp of nukes; Ron Paul: Iran isn’t even close to nukes, and we should be friends with them!


Intelligence provided to U.N. nuclear officials shows that Iran’s government has mastered the critical steps needed to build a nuclear weapon, receiving assistance from foreign scientists to overcome key technical hurdles, according to Western diplomats and nuclear experts briefed on the findings.

Although the IAEA has chided Iran for years to come clean about a number of apparently weapons-related scientific projects, the new disclosures fill out the contours of an apparent secret research program that was more ambitious, more organized and more successful than commonly suspected. Beginning early in the last decade and apparently resuming — though at a more measured pace — after a pause in 2003, Iranian scientists worked concurrently across multiple disciplines to obtain key skills needed to make and test a nuclear weapon that could fit inside the country’s long-range missiles, said David Albright, a former U.N. weapons inspector who has reviewed the intelligence files.

The Paulistinian:

GOP presidential hopeful Ron Paul says “offering friendship” to Iran, not sanctions, would be a more fruitful to achieving peace with Tehran.

The Texas congressman says fears about Iran’s nuclear program have been “blown out of proportion.” He says tough penalties are a mistake because, as he says was the case in Iraq, they only hurt the local population and still paved a path to war.

When asked on “Fox News Sunday” what he would do to deter Iran’s alleged nuclear ambitions, Paul said “maybe offering friendship to them.”

Yeah, the weirdbeards and mullahs will love us and stop funding terrorism if we just play nice with them.  It’d be like the last three decades never happened.


November 7, 2011 - Posted by | Iran, Ron Paul


  1. In 2003, Iran offered to make complete peace with the US and even to recognize Israel. This and many other Iranian concessions have been ignored, because Iranian ‘nuclear weapons’ are just an excuse for forcing regime change in Iran, just as “WMDs in IRaq” was just an excuse for a war.

    Comment by hassani1387ss | November 7, 2011

  2. I think Ron Paul actually believes he can be friends with the muzzy nutcases in the middle east just by talking “nice” to them. Unlike, the present occupier of the White House, who is probably a muzzy and will talk to them on how they can take over the nation. The muzzies will never love us infidels and only want to destroy all of us to make this country part of the muzzy world order. Read the Koran and learn what their purpose is on this planet.
    I’m begining to think Mr. Ron Paul is off his nut and going more so each day.
    And that;s my take on the whole thing.

    Comment by J. Guidry, Battlefield, MO. | November 7, 2011

  3. Ron Paul needs to get off the campaign trail, go back to Vegas and resume his alter ego “Walter”. Achmed would be a better source of info than he apparently has at present.

    Comment by Dux | November 7, 2011

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  5. Do you really think Iran would have the gall to bomb the West? We can bomb Iran 100 times over. If tey did have a bomb, it would be like a propeller plane with a rubber band going down it. 😉 Iran isn’t stupid. How come we’re not bombing Israel for having nukes? The double standard is ridiculous. If you ask me, Iran couldn’t care less about us. They’ve got plenty of bones to pick with their neighbors.

    Comment by AnthonyEhrhardt (@AnthonyEhrhardt) | November 8, 2011

  6. And like clockwork, the Paulistinians begin to emerge…

    Comment by crushliberalism | November 8, 2011

  7. ” Iran offered to make complete peace with the US and even to recognize Israel.”

    We can pretty much ignore you now. How pathetically gullible.

    Comment by crushliberalism | November 8, 2011

  8. Ignore all you want – the facts are still the facts. Iran offered to make a comprehensive peace with the US including ending support for Hamas and Hezbollah. The US ignored that.

    Comment by hassani1387ss | November 14, 2011

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