On August 7, 2010 – Israelis got the best news – not from the French President Sarkozy (former Mossad operative) but from a Russian defense analyst Vladimir Kozin who said in an interview (watch video below) with Russian Television (RT) that United States is conducting arms trafficking with the Islamic Republic and other banned countries including the sale of portable ground-to-air missile systems (Stingers). Kozin also claimed that the nuclear materials reported lost in the US could end up in the hands of terrorist groups.
It would not be much difficult for Israel and the American/British Jewish Lobby to connect the dots to the future false-flag nuclear terrorist attack to Pakistan or Iran. The complicity of Pakistan in the Times Square failed bombing is already confirmed by Senator Joe Lieberman and the Zionist media – And we all know that Tehran has long been threatening to “wipe Israel of map” for the last several years.
Now, throw-in the film Countdown into the Israeli hasbara soup. The film argues that “highly enriched uranium could be easily smuggled into the United States through seaports, shielded in a lead pipe and buried in a shipping container. The design of a crude bomb is no longer secret”. I hate to claim to be a rocket scientist – but if making a ‘crude bomb’ is no secret then how come Al-Qaeda has not made one and used it in the US, Britain or Israel for that matter?
A planted story of the missing bomb-grade nuclear materials would not be the first-time. It happened in the 1965 when highly enriched nuclear material was found missing from the NUMEC facility (Pennsylvania). Former Deputy of the CIA’s Directorate of Science and Technology Carl Duckett said the agency came to the conclusion by 1968 that “NUMEC material had been diverted by the Israelis and used in fabricating weapons.”
The claim that the Islamic Republic’s nuclear program is for military purpose is raised and desseminated by the Zionist regime. The anti-Iran campaign carried out by Israel and its poodles in the West – is meant to maintain Israel as the sole nuclear power in the Muslim Middle East.
Russian could have been pissed-off by an un-official news claiming that Tehran has received four S-300 Russian-made surface-to-air missile system from Belarus and other unknown source. Moscow signed a billion dollar contract in 2007 to deliver S-300 system to Tehran – but had been dragging on its valid contract as result of political pressure from Washington and Tel Aviv.
It’s reported that Iran’s Yazd Province could have as much as 800 million tons of uranium ore.