John Brennan, Obama’s Zionist Christian nominee to head CIA, in his prepared testimony at the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, on February 7, rejected 2007 NIE intelligence report prepared by 15 US intelligence agencies claiming that Iran stopped its nuclear research for military purpose. “And regimes in Tehran and Pyongyang remain bent on pursuing nuclear weapons intercontinental ballistic missiles delivery system,” said Brennan who worked under 9/11 discredited CIA chief George Tenet (born as David Cohen). Many non-duped people know that North Korea and Israel already have nuclear bombs and both countries refuse to join NPT – while Iran is member of NPT for decades and even Israeli Mossad head has admitted that Iran cannot produce its first nuclear device, even if Tehran wants, before 2015.
Several veteran IAEA inspectors have claimed that while Tehran had been more cooperative than other countries for inspection of its nuclear sites – the recent actions of the agency show political agenda against Iran. “The selection of taget buildings did not take place in advance, it took place just when we arrived, so all of Parchin was available. When we drove there and arrived, we told them which building,” said Professor Olli Heinonen (Harvard University) head of IAEA Safeguards until mid-2010.
Hans Blix, former chief of IAEA and later of UN weapon inspector in Iraq, has also expressed surprise at westernIranophobia over the Parchin, an Iranian military base, which the IAEA inspectors visited twice in 2005. “Any country, I think, would be rather reluctant to let international inspectors to go anywhere in a military site. In a way, Iranians have been more open than most countries would be,” Blis told Zionist-controlled Qatar-based Al-Jazeera English.
The cooperation with IAEA inspectors has cost Tehran dearly. The Israeli moles among them, passed the information to Israelis which enabled them to assassinate top five top Iranian nuclear scientists.
Professor Stephen M. Walt (Harvard University) in his post in Zioncon-mouthpiece, Foreign Policy Magazine (February 22, 2013) wrote: “Today, the conventional wisdom is that the only way to elicit cooperation from Iran is to keep making more and more potent threats… Tehran’s bottom line for years has been that they were not going to negotiate with a gun to their heads.” As Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei responded to US vice-president and Israel-Firster Joe Biden’s recent proposal for direct talk.
“The ball, in fact, is in your court. Does it make sense to offer negotiations while issuing threats and putting pressure? You are holding a gun against Iran saying you want to talk. The Iranian nation will not be frightened by the threats,” said Khamenei.
On Sunday, Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Saeed Jalili reaffirmed Iran’s determination to defend the entirety of its rights to peaceful nuclear energy.
Over thirty religious, political, legal and academic personnel, including Miguel d’Escoto Brockmann, president of the 63rd session of UN General Assembly, Ramsey Clark, former US Attorney-General, former US Rep. Cynthia McKinney, Bishop Filipe Teixeira and British MP George Galloway, have issued a statement to P5+1, asserting that Tehran has every right to continue its nuclear program which is also endorsed by the 120-member Non-Aligned Movement (NAM).
“There are two sides in this dispute, one composed of the (Zionist-controlled) US and its allies in the European Union who accuse Iran of trying to develop nuclear weapons – without presenting even an iota of credible facts or supporting documents – and the other, Iran, which is striving to protect its right to develop nuclear energy for peaceful purposes based on provisions of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA),” read the statement.
Ali Asghar Soltanieh, Iranian ambassador to IAEA said on Saturday that Tehran is committed to continue meaningful dialogues with IAEA to resolve issues pertaining to to country’s nuclear energy program.
However, Peter Jenkins, British ambassador to IAEA (2001-06) in Vienna, is not optimistic about the outcome of the February 26 meeting. He believes, any good thing coming out of it will soon be destroyed by Israel.
“If the past is any guide to the future, the hope of bilateral progress will soon be dashed. The wrong inferences will be drawn from the Leader’s 7 February statement. Israel will intercept an arms shipment destined for Hamas or Hezbollah. An Iranian plot to murder an ambassador will be uncovered. An Iranian scientist will be assassinated. Congress will pass a resolution forbidding any diplomatic contact with an “evil regime”. White House advisers will staff all flexibility out of the US opening position,” says Jenkins.