WEB Notes: “Iran is believed to be developing nuclear-related capabilities”? Do people think before they write? What if your neighbor told the neighborhood, ‘you know Jesse over there is believe to be a child molester’.
If you are going to make an accusation you better be darn certain you have proof to back it up. Let’s talk about proof. There has been no evidence that indicates Iran has done anything concerning “nuclear weapons” since the late 70s. Quite the contrary, in a recent article we posted China and Iran teamed up to ensure Iran’s nuclear facilities do not have the ability to make nuclear bombs.
Recently we have heard the US accuse Iran of attacking a US ship which was not true. We heard the US say Iran broke the UN resolution and ‘US restraint would be removed’. Of course that was not true either. The US has also called for a pre-emptive attack on Iran. Last but not least, during Trump’s Saudi Arabia visit a new group was created in order to fight terrorism with the cross hairs zeroed in on Iran.
A lot of effort to attack Iran over the word “believed”. Why? Iran is not a part of the global agenda just as Syria is not and this is why we continually see them painted in the colors of the enemy. The globalists will take down these nations and merge them into their global structure. Iran will be a major accomplishment for them, one with major Biblical significance.
Iran is believed to be developing advanced nuclear-related capabilities that could significantly reduce the time it needs to build a deliverable nuclear weapon, according to statements by Iranian officials that have fueled speculation among White House officials and nuclear experts that the landmark accord has heightened rather than reduced the Islamic Regime’s nuclear threat.
The head of Iran’s nuclear program recently announced the Islamic Republic could mass produce advanced nuclear centrifuges capable of more quickly enriching uranium, the key component in a nuclear weapon. Work of this nature appears to violate key clauses of the nuclear agreement that prohibits Iran from engaging in such activity for the next decade or so.