August 22, 2012
2 Timothy 3 puts it like this, that in the last days, difficult times will come. For men will be boastful, arrogant, revilers, irreconcilable, malicious gossips, without self-control, brutal, haters of good, treacherous, reckless, conceited, only holding to a form of godliness.
March 2013 may be the beginning of a New Year for Iran, but it could turn into the end for others, if the world allows Iran to go untethered. According to the Mister of Defense in Iran, they will have their new Revolutionary Guard operational with a new generation of fighter jets, missiles, unmanned drones and submarines. And though it may go unsaid, possibly all the weapons are nuclear (run by medical isotopes). REALLY? I don’t think so.
According to ABC News, reports from Moscow seem to offer more evidence of Iran’s ambition to build nuclear weapons. Russian customs agents admitted finding 18 individual radioactive steel cases in the luggage of a passenger bound for Tehran. A radiation detector at the airport picked up extra high amounts of nuclear radiation, 20 times the limit that can only be reproduced at a nuclear reactor.
Government authorities later disclosed that Russia has an agreement with Iran to supply medical isotopes. These isotopes were then identified as Na22, which is used in medicine to trace sodium in the body.
Iran’s military innovations are impossible to confirm because the country does not release technical details of its arsenals or rely on equipment from other major international contractors.
The world is on edge and for good reason. Is there a need to hide nuclear isotopes that are used for medical purposes? No, of course not. Yet, diplomatic sources report hard evidence of Iran is once-again building up its nuclear endeavors by moving even more machinery, equipment and nuclear material to an underground bunker deep inside a mountain near Tehran.
Just in case it’s Iran that has their head buried in the sand . . . HELLO! We know who you are and where you live!
Oh, by the way . . . Iran is building a new missile base located near the city of Abadeh, in southern Iran. It will cost $300 million and be home to 6,000 personnel, and host seven battalions. At a ceremony unveiling the Fateh-110 Missile, or “Conqueror”, Ahmadinejad told a group of defense officials that Iran wants to advance its defense technology “not in an aggressive context, but as deterrence.”
And, in case I forgot to mention all of this is for medicinal purposes only. LOL