Tuesday, January 12, 2010
The US will pay the price for Israel and US nuclear lies and hypocrisy after Israel attacks!
Remember Mordechai Vanunu whistle blower of Israel's clandestine nuclear program? Uzi Eilam former head of Israel's Atomic Energy Commission said Mordechai Vanunu did Israel a favor after revealing information about an illegal nuclear program at Israel's Dimona reactor. His information proved that Israel had broken the 1968 treaty on nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation.
There is a US law that prohibits the support of countries that break the treaty in question. Vanunu's information led foreign experts to conclude that Israel had produced fissile material for as many as 200 atomic warheads thus warning other Nation's of Israel's military might. It was okay for Israel why the hypocrisy?
Uzi Eliam is no ordinary General he was the head of Israel's Atomic Energy Commission, he knows what he is talking about. We thought we were being railroaded with Iran the way we were to attack Iraq but this is the proof I needed. Israeli Whistleblower Helped Us Daunt Others
Eliam is a 75 year old Israeli war hero and as Director General past head of Israel's Atomic Energy Commission. He is still a pillar in the defense establishment and much to the dismay of the Israeli Government on top of everything else has laid out his facts as he sees them. His internal agents keep him up to date and despite the Government's assertion that Iran could have nuclear weapons in a year Eliam says 7 years is more like it.
He suggested that the “defense establishment is sending out false alarms in order to grab a bigger budget and that makes total sense. He wants to see the proof and so do I. Sadly for us that proof has to come from Ira who appears more interested in egging on an attack! Israeli general Brigadier-General Uzi Eilam denies Iran is nuclear threat
I must admit Israel's hypocrisy and lies are a plan I have discussed often and I have to disagree with Eliam's final assertion. He says an attack on Iran's nuclear program would be counter productive. I beg to differ! The General hit the nail on the head though and does not know it. I have long asserted that Israel would attack Iran's nuclear interests and we would come to her rescue.
That is a fact that is why I find his final statement troubling and prophetic. He correctly said One strike is not practical. In order to delay the Iranian program for three to four years one needs an armada of aircraft, which only a super-power can provide. Only America can do it. Bingo! I am sure the US plans to do it largely from the Gulf with numerous carrier fighter groups and they are almost finished with their 30000 pound bunker buster behemoth to take out underground facilities.