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No shield if Iran gives up nuclear programme - Obama in Prague

The anti-missile shield project would be unnecessary if Iran gave up its military nuclear programme, U.S. President Barack Obama said in his address in Prague today.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

President Obama, who is your military science advisor, and why are you not speaking to them?!?!?

Because, sir, if you had, you would understand something that most intelligent people do understand: Iran is only enriching uranium to the degree necessary to fuel a power plant.

According to all the reports of the IAEA, Iran is not doing at all the level of enrichment necessary to create a nuclear weapon. Not at all, zip, nada, nothing. All 16 United States Intelligence Agencies concur.

The difference in those levels of enrichment are major.

The fact that you don't know this, or seem to want to care to learn what the difference is, scares me about the future of this country, and the future of this world under your watch.

Finally, under the terms of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, which both the United States and Iran have signed, Iran has a legal right to build power stations. Again, under the terms of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, which both the United States and Iran have signed, the United States is OBLIGATED to assist Iran in building a nuclear power station. So I submit that a far more effective and less costly way to guarantee that Iran's power station is just a power station, I suggest we go over there and help them build the thing and that way we will know for a fact that there are no fake walls in the cafeteria concealing elevators down to weapons labs in the lower levels.

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