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Thursday, November 10, 2011

Ahmadinejad Vows Not to Retreat on Nuclear Drive

"This nation won't retreat one iota from the path it is going," Ahmadinejad told thousands of people in Shahr-e-Kord in central Iran. "Why are you ruining the prestige of the (U.N. nuclear) agency for absurd U.S. claims?"

So the monkey man speaks and he said that Iran WILL not divert from its nuclear program.
And the usual co conspirators are at their defense, Russia and China both are screaming for the world to just leave Iran alone and not ramp up any sanctions.

Most likely because of their vested interest in Iran Developing a strong Nuclear program and developing a Nuclear Bomb (Your allies are much more feared by others when they to are Nuclear Armed)

So the big question, will Israel strike ? Will they make Irans Nuclear facilities look like Syrias? (a pile of ruble).

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad vowed Wednesday that Iran won't retreat "one iota" from its nuclear program, denying claims that it seeks atomic weapons. Key ally Russia gave the Islamic Republic a major boost, rejecting tighter sanctions despite a U.N. watchdog report detailing suspected arms-related advances.
Israel called on the world to stop Iran's nuclear program in response to the U.N. International Atomic Energy Agency's report. The Israeli statement did not refer to the option of a military attack, Israel considers Iran its most dangerous enemy...

"Any additional sanctions against Iran would be perceived by the international community as an instrument for regime change in Tehran," deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov told the Interfax news agency, adding that Russia "does not intend to consider such proposals."...

China has not publicly commented yet on a U.N. assessment of Iran's nuclear programs in a likely sign that it will wait for Washington and Moscow to signal their intentions. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said Wednesday that Beijing was studying the report and repeated calls for dialogue and cooperation...

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