Peaceful Iranians

After this morning's announcement that Iran's internal peace plan for homosexuals involves hanging them comes another bit of news. Iran has turned over blueprints to the International Atomic Energy Commission. Not just any blueprints either. These are the plans for molding highly enriched uranium into warhead components.

VIENNA, Austria – Iran has met a key demand of the U.N. nuclear agency by delivering blueprints that show how to mold uranium metal into the shape of warheads, diplomats said Tuesday, in an apparent concession meant to stave off the threat of new U.N. sanctions.

But the diplomats said Tehran has failed to meet other requests made by the International Atomic Energy Agency in its attempts to end nearly two decades of nuclear secrecy on the part of the Islamic Republic.

The diplomats spoke to The Associated Press as IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei put the finishing touches on his latest report to the agency's 35-nation board of governors, for consideration during a meeting that begins on Nov. 22, Thanksgiving Day.

The confidential report, expected to be distributed to agency members this Wednesday or Thursday, is likely to show substantial but not full compliance by Iran with its pledges to come clean on past activities — and confirm at the same time that Tehran continues to enrich uranium in defiance of the U.N. Security Council.

Those findings will likely lead to new calls by the United States, France and Britain for a third round of U.N. sanctions. But China and Russia, the other permanent Council members, may emphasize progress made,and demand more time for Iran before fresh U.N. penalties are imposed.

Indeed, the Iranians have progressed from professing peaceful intentions for their nuclear program to proving they know exactly how to forge the components for a nuclear weapon! The progress just is not the sort of progress that should make anyone in the west happy.

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  1. Mockinbird says:

    And Elbaradei said “How novel! How unique looking! They remind me of some platinum cufflinks I bought at Turnbull and Asser on 57th Street.”

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