L’AIEA: un instrument de la politique israélienne?

Suite à mon article d’hier: “Je ne comprends pas”
Je pense à présent comprendre…

Le gouvernement israelien n’a rien à faire des révélations, des conséquences du sacrifice de mordechai vanunu qui a passé 18 ans de sa vie dans les geôles israeliennes pour avoir exposé à la face du monde le secret de polichinelle:

The United Nations nuclear watchdog on Friday narrowly voted down an Arab League resolution to single out Israel for criticism over its alleged nuclear arsenal.

Israel owns UN. For how long again?


Et pendant ce temps-là, au quartier-général:

The United States is planning to test nuclear missiles next week on the same day that heads of states and foreign ministers from around the world are to hold a high-level meeting on nuclear disarmament at the United Nations headquarters in New York.

The US has scheduled two test launches for its nuclear-capable Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs) on September 22 and September 26.

The first nuclear missile will be launched one day after the International Day of Peace and the second one is expected to be launched on the same day the UN’s high-level meeting on nuclear disarmament will take place in New York.

“Instead of honoring the significance of these dates and working in good faith to achieve nuclear disarmament, the United States has chosen to schedule two tests of its Minuteman III Intercontinental Ballistic Missile on September 22 and September 26,” Rick Wayman of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation told the Daily Times.


On se sent en sécurité maintenant qu’ils utilisent des missiles sachant que leurs bombardiers avaient du mal à garder leurs bombes en cas d’orage:

A secret document, published in declassified form for the first time by the Guardian today, reveals that the US Air Force came dramatically close to detonating an atom bomb over North Carolina that would have been 260 times more powerful than the device that devastated Hiroshima.

The document, obtained by the investigative journalist Eric Schlosser under the Freedom of Information Act, gives the first conclusive evidence that the US was narrowly spared a disaster of monumental proportions when two Mark 39 hydrogen bombs were accidentally dropped over Goldsboro, North Carolina on 23 January 1961. The bombs fell to earth after a B-52 bomber broke up in mid-air, and one of the devices behaved precisely as a nuclear weapon was designed to behave in warfare: its parachute opened, its trigger mechanisms engaged, and only one low-voltage switch prevented untold carnage.

Each bomb carried a payload of 4 megatons – the equivalent of 4 million tons of TNT explosive. Had the device detonated, lethal fallout could have been deposited over Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and as far north as New York city – putting millions of lives at risk.



PS: Trop pressé pour attendre, et impatient d’y envoyer les soldats américains, que mon petit ne sent pas vraiment intéressés dans l’affaire:

Strategic Affairs Minister Yuval Steinitz said Iran still believed it had room for maneuver in dealing with world powers, and that unless it faced a credible threat of U.S. military action, it would not stop its nuclear activities.

There is no more time to hold negotiations,” Steinitz, who is close to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said in an interview with the Israel Hayom daily published on Friday.

The United States and its allies suspect Iran is working towards a nuclear weapons capability despite Tehran’s insistence that its atomic program has only peaceful aims.

Donc maintenant si on suspecte c’est une raison suffisante pour attaquer. Intéressant.

Dans le pire des cas ils pourront toujours passer leur colère sur des enfants palestiniens vu qu’ils sont si nombreux:


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