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Iran's Nuclear Bomb

The lamestream media told you:

In an ongoing international struggle, Iran has again rejected a package of incentives designed to stop its uranium enrichment program. In a surprising development. Iraq has assured Iran on Friday (5/26) that it supports Iran's right to develop nuclear energy. U.S. officials are discussing whether to hold talks with the Iranian Muslim fundamentalist leadership that seeks to annihilate Israel.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

John Bolton, frequently portrayed as a radical right-wing ideologue, has now settled into his role as U.S. Ambassador to the highly corrupt United Nations in New York City.

In a moment of refreshing candor, speaking to the public at length on FOX TV, the Ambassador displayed a commanding knowledge of international subjects, and a cool and reasonable demeanor. According to Ambassador Bolton, speaking about Iran's nuclear program, "There's no way they could've undertaken the breadth and scope of their current operations unless they had a weapons program in mind."

The Ambassador noted that reasonable people could disagree on how close Iran is to a bomb, but there is no question that a bomb is the goal of their nuclear "program." Saying that while we're whistling they're building, he noted that Iran has publicly admitted deceiving Europeans about their plans, using the time to develop their nuclear capabilities. The remarks were unreported by other "news" media outlets.

When asked by anchor Neil Cavuto what the U.S. policy is toward them (nuclear-armed promoters of the jihad, in Iran), Bolton said President Bush's policy is that, "Iran having nukes is unacceptable." When probed further on what that means, Bolton said, "Iran having nukes is unacceptable."

Cavuto went on to inquire what might be done, and Bolton pointed out that the President has said, "No options are off the table." Even unilateral military action?, Cavuto asked. "No options are off the table," Bolton replied. Lamestream media outlets have reported at length about dignitaries and others holding dialogues with the Muslim fundamentalists ruling the country.

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