IS THIS WHERE IT BEGAN?
Where to Begin?
We are going to follow several stories today. Lines will blur, lines between “right” and “left,” lines between religion and occult but mostly the lines will blur between what we are told and what is real.
It no longer matters if they converge or not as so little “truth” is available “covergence” has become a tool for marketing collective mythology and no more.
With mainstream media most of the ‘fluff’ story coverage is nothing more than filler material to keep attention off what they don’t want you spending time on.
Can you say ‘Roman Circus’?
Fire. You may not be reading or seeing it, but for days, one of twin skyscrapers in Moscow, under construction, nearly completed, have been on fire. These are Europe’s largest buildings, roughly equivalent to the World Trade Center.
The video above is days old. We have no news reports on this, no newer video of this fire that is far worse than any of the “official” blazes that brought down the triple towers at the World Trade Center in 2001. In fact, after days of intense fire it will be found that none of the steel structure will show any appreciable damage at all.
Thus, we have a news blackout. Those who follow such things, those increasingly skeptical of all government cover stories, the Pat Tillman death, the Zimmerman affair, the “lone gunman” killing 18 in Afghanistan.
Then we have the more less publicized and even more enigmatic inconsistencies in the Toulouse shootings or the Brevik killings in Norway, those who choose to look and learn will only pay with increasing distrust and frustration.
Perhaps the Russians build much better than we do?
Dr. Seyed Hossein Mousavian
Our next short subject will be Iran. The current attempt, actually there are dozens, to start a war over Iran, or at least pretend to in order to continue profiteering over manipulation of the oil futures market involves a former Iranian diplomat named Hossein Mousavian.
He uses the title “Ambassador,” was arrested in Iran in 2007 and had been one of their “nuclear negotiators until 2005.
This is part of an article from the Boston Globe. One might note that Mousavian is living in the United States and teaching at Princeton University.
What do we know about this man? From an article in the Guardian dated 2007:
Iran’s former nuclear negotiator, Hossein Mousavian, has been arrested on an unspecified security charge, the Iranian state news agency reported today.
Citing an “unofficial informed source”, the IRNA agency said Mr Mousavian was detained in Tehran on Monday.
Curiouser and curiouser.
What one might assume from that is inexorable. Could he be described as a “dog on a leash” or are other descriptions more apt?
Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant
The following approach might help end this standoff:
Phase 1: To cool down war-mongers, Iran should limit the extent to which it enriches uranium; it should stop producing 20 percent enriched uranium, which can be processed into weapons-grade fuel relatively easily. Simultaneously, the P5+1 should provide fuel rods for the Tehran Research Reactor, and the United States and EU should suspend sanctions on Iran’s oil and central bank.
Phase 2: Iran should implement the “Subsidiary Arrangement Code 3.1’’ and the “Additional Protocol’’ (this is the IAEA’s arrangements to secure the maximum level of transparency) and address the IAEA’s military questions. The P5+1 should recognize Iran’s right to nuclear energy under the Non-Proliferation Treaty, including enrichment (limited to civil, peaceful purposes) and suspend the UN nuclear-related sanctions.
Phase 3: Iran should permit the IAEA full surveillance of centrifuges and limit enrichment to existing sites. For a confidence-building period, it should get rid of nuclear fuel it isn’t using for domestic consumption. In response, the P5+1 should suspend unilateral sanctions related to the nuclear issue, lift sanctions on civilian goods (such as aviation) and cooperate with Iran on peaceful nuclear technology.
Phase 4: To secure sustainable transparency, Iran should ratify the “Additional Protocol’’ and “Subsidiary Arrangement Code 3.1’’, maximize cooperation with the IAEA, and halt building further enrichment sites until IAEA ambiguities are removed. In return, the P5+1 should lift all UN and unilateral sanctions.
The document in its entirety, which can be read here has a reasonable sound and discusses seeking a diplomatic solution. However, there, to those who notice such things, is a “stealth” purpose behind this which can be read under the title of “Phase 1.”
The problem, of course, is that 20% uranium cannot be easily processed into weapons grade. This is absurd and long ago debunked. What one can assume is that our “pet Iranian” has one purpose in his article which sounds so reasonable, do take the time, and that is to mislead the public into seeing a threat where there is none by a gross misstatement of fact.
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- A U.S.-Iran Conspiracy? (thedailybeast.com)
- US, Iran inching toward talks – Asia Times (atimes.com)
- Iran lawmaker: Country can produce nuclear weapons (sacbee.com)
- Iran non-oil exports surge 29 per cent despite sanctions (dawn.com)