Obama Tells Israel Ahmadinejad Not Yet Capable of Nuclear War
President Obama made a statement featured in Homeland Security News announcing his beliefs that Iran is one year away from having enough uranium stockpiles to create a bomb to use against Iran's "Zionist enemy" Israel. He did not make any mention of missiles that Iran may have hidden for Iraq when they created a military pact in 1990 and its very difficult to ask Hussein about it now.
Far be it for me to disagree with U.S. intel and President Obama regarding Iran and its capability to launch a nuclear missile. After all, who am I to identify the nuclear storage facilities where the bombs (2) are being stored?
Israel is in fear that Iran will take action against them in the very near future but Israel has been told by the U.S. that they are at least one year away from that possibility. President Obama is very certain that his Homeland Security staff knows exactly what they are doing.
But people may wonder if U.S. intel had evidence that 18 Arab's would attack the WTC's and other buildings using planes as their weapons in the year 2000, one year before the terrible 9/11 incident.
Recently, President Ahmadinejad proclaimed to the world that he is building his nuclear program inside "mountains." He has not indicated where those mountains lie and if they are accessible by water. But it is clear that it is along the borders of Iraq and it may be close to the southern part of Iran which is close to a waterway.
Of course, if Iran does surprise the world with its hostility and attempts to fire off nuclear missiles in any direction whether towards Israel or the U.S., President Obama would be right on top of that situation because when he is on vacation he is always near a telephone able to reach Homeland Security employees and the Pentagon.
Recently, police in Memphis, TN swarmed in on a country singer shooting a video and tried to arrest the whole crew because they were filming beneath a bridge in Tennessee which has been heavily protected by Obama's Homeland Security and Tennessee police.
Citizens of the U.S.A. rest assured that our President Obama is on the ball.
Days before Iran loads fuel into the country's first nuclear power plant, the United States seems to have convinced Israel that the Iranians are at least a year away from being able to build an atomic weapon. U.S. officials tell The New York Times they shared evidence of problems inside the Iranian nuclear program with Israeli counterparts, and that they believe their analysis has diminished the chances that Israel will feel threatened enough to launch a pre-emptive strike on Iranian nuclear targets during the next 12 months.
Iran’s UN envoy Mohammad Khazaee said on Saturday that if Israel “commits the slightest aggression on Iranian territory, we will set fire to the entire war front and Tel Aviv”. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, while stating on Monday that “Iranians have never, ever favored war”, also mocked the notion of a U.S. or Israeli assault on Iranian nuclear sites.
American officials say the Obama administration, citing evidence of continued troubles inside Iran's nuclear program, has persuaded Israel that it would take roughly a year -- and perhaps longer -- for Iran to complete what one senior official called a "dash" for a nuclear weapon; "We think that they have roughly a year dash time," one of Obama's top adviser on nuclear issues says; "A year is a very long period of time"