Mayo 31, 2012
Etiquetas: Ahmadinejad, Irán, Nuclear Bomb, Naciones Unidas
Revolución 6:3-4 NCV Cuando el Cordero abrió el segundo sello, Oí al segundo ser viviente decir, "Venir!" Entonces salió otro caballo, uno rojo. El que lo montaba le fue dado poder para quitar la paz (prosperidad, resto) de la tierra y hacer que la gente se mata entre sí (carnicero, masacre, para mutilar con violencia, en las calles), y se le dio una gran espada (asesinos espada, terrorista, fuerte, poderoso, gran temor).
"Apenas pasa un día en que nuestros sentidos no están golpeados por algún nuevo brote de terrorismo en el Medio Oriente. A pesar de nuestros mejores esfuerzos en hacer y mantener la paz, político, económico, y las tensiones religiosas a menudo conducen a la inestabilidad, violencia, y los disturbios ".
-Jim Bakker en "la prosperidad y el apocalipsis"
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said, speaking in Farsi through translators, during an interview on France 24 satellite television, “Uranium enrichment is our right,” and “is not a step towards a bomb. There have been lies about our program… Enriching uranium to 20% is not a step towards a bomb,” he continued. Ahmadinejad hinted that Iran might be open to stopping 20% enrichment if the United Nations offered significant concessions.
Instead of concessions, the Security Council of the U.N. issued six resolutions demanding Iran suspend all uranium enrichment. It has also imposed four sets of sanctions against Iran, to which Western powers have added more economic sanctions. El U.N. is especially intent on getting Iran to stop enrichment to 20% because that is just a few technical steps short of bomb grade nuclear fuel.
Ahmadinejad asked, “Why should the 20 percent enrichment create doubt? The Western powers have nuclear bombs. Should we trust them? Which is more dangerous: an atomic bomb or the 20 por ciento (enriched nuclear fuel)? We have solid proposals that will be presented at the right time,", Dijo. “Iran deserves a change in behaviour (from the West). The language used against us is not the right language to use.” Ahmadinejad protested, “Why does no one in the Western governments protest when they (Israel) threaten us?"
According to diplomats who attended a closed-door briefing by the United Nations nuclear agency officials on the Iranian situation, it would appear that Tehran is attempting to sanitize their Parchin facility. New satellite imaging shows “ground scraping activities,” the dismantling of buildings and other cleanup work at a site the IAEA has been interested in visiting, suggesting Iran is trying to remove evidence.
A former senior IAEA official, Robert Kelley said that if there were any uranium traces at the site the agency’s inspectors were still likely to find them. “If Iran is washing out the building and equipment outside, and there is actually uranium present, letting the uranium contaminated water run across the parking lot means the IAEA is going to have a 100 percent chance of finding it.”
No agreements were reached during the last “talks” with Iran. More talks are scheduled in Moscow on June 18th and 19th.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran said he does not expect the next talks to yield a breakthrough. “We are not expecting miracles at the next nuclear meeting in Moscow.”