http://frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadAr ... p?ID=14936
I know there are differing views on stories run in the Front Page, but this
symposium is a must read mainly because John Loftu surfaces again. I have
yet to see anyone refute what John Loftus has said in the past on the whole
nuclear conspiracy/black-market issue involving various players including
Syria, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Pakistan, North Korea, and Russia. This was
either "unofficially" sanctioned or entenpernural "private" business
arrangements between some of the players. The key linking player is Dr. A.
Q. Kahn, the father of Pakistan's nuclear capability.
Loftus has said in the past it was a relationship between Iraq, Libya and
North Korea that prompted the US to divert somewhat from Afgan to put Iraq
on the front burner. Loftus has said Saddam was close to completing nukes
in the tunnels of Libya using Iraqi scientist and techs in cooperation with
North Korea and Libya.
Once it was becoming apparent that the US was likely to go in on the ground
in Iraq, the North Koreans were "shitting bricks." This was because Iraqi
documents would be discovered that would tip the conspiracy. BTW the
Russian were in a bind because the VX nerve gas in Saddam's inventory had
their fingerprints all over it. You may remember a large quantity of VX
nerve gas was intercepted with other nasty chemicals enroute to Amman,
Jordan for a "big" toxic explosion in Downtown Amman. There are news
sources that have reported these chem weapons came by way of Syria. Now if
you connect the dots, in the days and weeks before the run to Baghdad, there
have been many reports of truck convoys headed to Syria. I'm sure there is
plenty of satellite imagery to document this.
Further confirmation of this as Loftus has said, Ghaddafi suddenly came down
with a new case of religion shortly after Saddam was drug out of his rat
hole and was squealing like a rat. A number of interesting "items" were
removed from his secret facilities and flown to the Oak Ridge National
Laboratory in Tennessee. These included high speed centifuges to produce
highly enriched uranium in which old tech nukes can be built. These
centifuges were built using A. Q. Kahn's tech which was stolen from Europe a
decade earlier when he worked there and refined. These centifuges were
built in Malaysia using German metallurgy tech and then smuggled into Libya
under the noses of the IAEA.
Please remember that Saddam had 1.7 tons of low enriched uranium (LEU) for
"civilian" power purposes that the US has recently flown in a secret
operation out of Iraq. Go figure when you have "oil" coming out your ears
to burn who needs nuke power plants. I don't think Saddam was planning for
the day when the oil ran out. It makes more sense he was holding this in
reserve to enrich to HEU. You're halfway there to make HEU from LEU rather
than starting from scratch from "yellow cake."
Maybe related or not but there was a story several months back which broke
near Saddam's home town of several nukes were discovered buried in a trench
under six feet of concrete. The details were rather specific and was
reported by a local newspaper the US had help start. Low level military
folks in the area new nothing about this and later this was denied by the
Iraqi government as "stupid." Higher US military sources also denied any
such find. Not that I am a believer all the strange sightings and other
aliens stories you read in the supermarket tabloids, my gut gives a slight
edge to this story having some degree of truth. If true you can bet your
bottom dollar we have it, have dissected it, and are using this info to
sweat via backdoor diplomatic channels the source of the materials and tech.
Now in my mind the $64 question is why the mainline media has not picked up
on this and why the Bush administration hasn't said anything? As to the
first, it could be that the media is so "stewed" and focused over the,
"Where's the beef [Iraqi WMD]?," they can't see the forest for the trees.
Why isn't the Bush administration not talking? It could be a case of why
bother when the media is so stoked they wouldn't believe it without hard
evidence, which the administration for strategic reasons does not want to
lay on the table. It would be hard to politically justify now a visible
move to expand the War On Terror into Iran and Syria without causing a
furor in the Islamic World not that this administration would be deterred.
My two cents is some serious "hard ball" is being played with the sources of
this material as we approach the election. Pakistan appears to be playing
ball but the Iranian Mullahs are balking and have up the ante. The Iranian
Mullahs are betting they have time to build their nuke before we have
sufficient political support to call their bluff. Syria may be cooperating
to some degree because the weapons movement through Syria may have been
"unofficial" by sources in the military trying to make a few bucks.
The, "game is afoot," with the clock clicking down to our presidential
election and which candidate appears to have the lead in the weeks and days
before the election.
Bloggers of the world now you see why it's so important at this critical
juncture to focus the world's attention on Iran and support the Free Iran
movement. The story of the Mullahs hanging the 16-year-old girl still
hasn't seen the light of day. This is the story that could bring the focus
of the World on Iran. The ruling Islamofascists theocracy will implode and
the world would be a better place in the true sense of the old "Coca Cola"
For a thread of articles supporting this opinion see the thread at:
http://www.hspig.org/ipw-web/bulletin/b ... .php?t=979
For the news story on the hanging of the 16-year-old girl see:
http://www.hspig.org/ipw-web/bulletin/b ... php?t=1343
Ron Wright, Moderator
HSPIG Forums Site
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Date: Fri Sep 03, 2004 02:33:43 AM PDT
Subject: Google News Alert - "John Loftus" +nuclear +
SYMPOSIUM: Atomic Ayatollahs
Frontpagemag.com - USA
Does Iran already have nuclear weapons? Is it on the verge of acquiring
them? Will the US have to initiate regime change unilaterally? John Loftus,
a former ...
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