Trump “All But Decided To Withdraw” From Iran Deal As IAEA Refutes Netanyahu Speech


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Trump “All But Decided To Withdraw” From Iran Deal As IAEA Refutes Netanyahu Speech:

But right on cue, Reuters now reports that “Trump has all but decided to withdraw from the 2015 Iran nuclear accord by May 12 but exactly how he will do so remains unclear, two White House officials and a source familiar with the administration’s internal debate said on Wednesday.”

On Tuesday, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) issued an assessment in response to Netanyahu’s speech firmly asserting that there are “no credible indications” supporting Netanyahu’s claims of a continued Iranian nuclear weapons program after 2009.

According to the AP summary of the IAEA assessment:

The U.N. nuclear agency says it believes that Iran had a “coordinated” nuclear weapons program in place before 2003, but found “no credible indications” of such work after 2009

The documents focused on Iranian activities before 2003 and did not provide any explicit evidence that Iran has violated its 2015 nuclear deal with the international community.

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Iran will never allow foreigners to inspect military sites: Velayati

Iran will never allow foreigners to inspect military sites: Velayati:

A senior Iranian official has vehemently rejected foreign demands for inspection of Iran’s military sites under the pretext of implementing the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and the P5+1 group of countries.

Ali Akbar Velayati, senior advisor to Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on international affairs, made the remarks while speaking to reporters on Tuesday in response to earlier comments by Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Yukiya Amano.

Addressing reporters following the IAEA Board of Governors’ Monday meeting in Vienna, Amano said the agency did not distinguish between civilian or military sites in its inspections and would ask for access when necessary.

Velayati said previous agreements between Iran and the IAEA did not include any permission to visit Iran’s military sites, adding that Tehran would have never signed any agreement with the UN nuclear agency in case of such a request.

H/t reader squodgy:

“The US jiggerypokery knows no bounds.
I think Iran should insist on reciprocal inspections of all US Military sites.”

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Netanyahu’s Nuclear Scam

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Netanyahu’s Nuclear Scam (Veterans Today, Feb 28, 2015):

On occasion, we wonder why we still bother

… by Jeff Smith,  VT Editor   …and former IAEA Nuclear Inspector

Its politics as usual. Israel wants the Arab states to be kept in the stone ages, period. This also includes the rest of the world.

As far as they are concerned they don’t even want anybody to have a light bulb yet alone a refrigerator or a microwave. They are control freaks. End of story.

Clinton Baston was correct in his analysis on Iran, they have a nuclear program not a weapons program. However the two sometimes can cross over.

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CIA-planted ‘evidence’ may force IAEA review of Iran’s alleged nuke arms program – report

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CIA-planted ‘evidence’ may force IAEA review of Iran’s alleged nuke arms program – report (RT, Feb 21, 2015):

Doctored blueprints for nuclear weapon components supplied to Iran by the CIA 15 years ago could force the IAEA to review its conclusions on Iran’s atomic program, which was potentially based on misleading intelligence, Bloomberg reports.

The details of the Central Intelligence Agency operation back in 2000 were made public as part of a judicial hearing into a case involving Jeffrey Sterling, an agent convicted of leaking classified information on CIA spying against Iran.

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Japan Underreports 80 Nuclear Bombs-Worth Of Plutonium To IAEA

Japan underreports 80 nuclear bombs-worth of plutonium to IAEA (RT, June 7, 2014):

Japan has failed to mention having about 640 kg (1,411 lbs) of unused plutonium in reports it submitted to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in 2012 and 2013. The unreported amount is enough to make about 80 nuclear bombs.

The missing 640 kilograms Japan kept as Mixed oxide (MOX) fuel, a plutonium-uranium mixture that could be burned in a reactor. It was found in an offline reactor in a nuclear plant in Saga Prefecture in the southern Japanese town of Genkai.

The MOX fuel was loaded into the No. 3 reactor of Kyushu Electric Power Co.’s Genkai nuclear plant in March 2011 during its regular checkup, shortly before the Fukushima Nuclear disaster happened later that month. It was then taken out two years later as the reactor remained offline.

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Dr. Wladimir Wertelecki: ‘The News Releases By The WHO Or The IAEA Are Masterpieces Of Language Manipulation’ (Video)


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Dr. Wladimir Wertelecki
Former Chair of the Department of Medical Genetics and Birth Defects
University of South Alabama

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Secrecy Agreement Between Fukushima And IAEA Exposed By Tokyo Newspaper (The IAEA Also Hid The Health Effects From Chernobyl)

Related info:

Japanese TV Program In 1993: What Happened to Chernobyl Children 7 Years after the Accident? ‘Truly Terrible Things Emerged Several Years After The Accident’ – THE CRIMINAL IAEA EXPOSED (Video)

Prof. Yury Bandazhevsky: Over 50 Bq/Kg In Humans Leads To Irreversible Lesions In Vital Organs – CRIMINAL WHO And IAEA EXPOSED (Video) (Don’t miss!)

See also:

Beyond Criminal Top UN Official: Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Health Impact Relatively Small

IAEA EXPOSED: US Diplomatic Cables Describe The Agency’s Safety Division … As A Marketing Channel For Countries Seeking To Sell Atomic Technology (Bloomberg)

IAEA To Japanese People: Don’t Worry Be Happy … While Citizens Groups Find More Radiation Hot Spots In Tokyo


Secrecy agreement between Fukushima and IAEA revealed by Tokyo newspaper — They hid health effects in Chernobyl… same thing could happen to Fukushima” (ENENews, Jan 7, 2014):

Tokyo Shimbun, December 31, 2013, with translation by Fukushima Voice (version 2e), published Jan. 6, 2014: It was discovered that the memorandum of cooperation between the IAEA and Fukushima as well as Fukui Prefectures contain a confidentiality clause […] critics say “it could be preempting the State Secrecy Protection Law.” […] In Fukushima Prefecture, it was the prefectural government that entered into an agreement with IAEA in the area of decontamination and radioactive waste management, whereas Fukushima Medical University entered into an agreement with IAEA in the area of the survey of radiological effect on human health. […] “The Parties will ensure the confidentiality of information classified by the other Party as restricted or confidential.” […] if either the prefectures or IAEA decide to classify information for “they contribute to worsening of the residents’ anxiety,” there is a possibility that such information as the accident information, as well as radiation measurement data and thyroid cancer information may not be publicized. […] IAEA has published reports, after the Chernobyl nuclear accident, stating “there were no health effects due to radiation exposure.” […]

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Fukushima: The Yakuza Crime Syndicate & The Corrupt IAEA Nuclear Watch Dogs (Video)


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Abby Martin calls out the International Atomic Energy Agency for their endorsement of the Tokyo Electric Power Company’s response to the nuclear disaster, despite the company’s gross mismanagement of disaster.

Fukushima Two Years On: A Dirty Job With No End In Sight

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Fukushima two years on: a dirty job with no end in sight (Guardian, Dec 3, 2013):

The tsunami that wrecked the Fukushima Daiichi power plant has led to the toughest nuclear cleanup ever. Radioactive water is still poisoning the sea – and it could take 40 years to fix the mess. Is Japan up to the challenge?

Carefully, gently, one-by-one. The removal of nuclear fuel rod assemblies from a badly damaged building at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant is finally under way. Months in the planning, the job is risky, complex, and crucial. Here begins the first major step in the toughest decommissioning project ever attempted.

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IAEA: ‘What We Are Trying To Say Is Consider’ Dumping Radioactive Fukushima Water Into Pacific

Related info:

Arnie Gundersen: They Want To Dump All Fukushima’s Radioactive Water Into The Pacific – Tepco: It Will Be Diluted, Then Released


IAEA Official: “What we are trying to say is consider” putting toxic Fukushima water in Pacific — Impact on human health must be monitored — Nearby countries all oppose this release (PHOTO) (ENENews, Dec 4, 2013):

Juan Carlos Lentijo, head of IAEA’s mission to Fukushima Daiichi, Dec. 4, 2013: “Controlled discharge is a regular practice in all the nuclear facilities in the world. And what we are trying to say here is to consider this as one of the options to contribute to a good balance of risks and to stabilize the facility for the long term.”


Presentation by Lake Barrett, currently a Tepco adviser (2011) (PDF)

Shunichi Tanaka, chairman of Japan’s Nuclear Regulation Authority, Dec. 4, 2013: “You cannot keep storing the water forever. We have to make choice comparing all risks involved.”

Read moreIAEA: ‘What We Are Trying To Say Is Consider’ Dumping Radioactive Fukushima Water Into Pacific