Tuesday, January 23, 2007

PGCC Goes Nuclear

According to the the Tehran Times and the Islamic Republic News Agency, PGCC countries meet with IAEA to finalize nuclear plans.
Persian Gulf Cooperation Council members, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, are expected to hold talks with the UN nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency, to discuss plans to launch a regional nuclear program.
and according to this INA article, The Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC) on supports Iran's legal and inalienable right to access peaceful nuclear technology under rules and regulations of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
PGCC Secretary-General Abdul-Rahman al-Attiya made the remarks while speaking to reporters in Cairo, Egypt.

He said the council also backs settlement of Iran's nuclear case through diplomatic channels or negotiation.

He said the PGCC also backs the international call for establishment of a Middle East region free from weapons of mass destruction, and stressed the importance of Israel being held to account.

Israel is reported to possess more than 200 nuclear warheads, he said, and added it is now clearly the threat to the region because of the absence of supervision over its military and nuclear activities.
So if Iran develops their own nuclear power program under IAEA safeguards, it's criminal. Critics say "Why on earth should Iran develop nuclear power peacefully? Afterall, they have all an endless supply of oil." They don't mention that Iran hit Peak Oil in 1974.

If PGCC states (who have loads of oil right across the gulf) propose to do exactly the same thing it's not even mentioned in the controlled news.

If Israel and the UK contemplate a Nuclear Pre-Emptive Strike to put a stop to Iran's nuclear power project, it fits into Bush's plan of the War on Terror and it's wonderful.

What's wrong with this picture?? Maybe Iran refused to buy its nuclear power and reprocessing plants from US companies.

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