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Netanyahu Reveals Newly Discovered and Damning Intel on Iran Nuclear Program

Netanyahu Reveals Newly Discovered and Damning Intel on Iran Nuclear Program

“We’re going to show you Iran’s secret nuclear files”

Reports indicated “Israeli intelligence uncovered a huge amount of new and dramatic information on the Iranian nuclear program.”

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a public announcement at 1:00 PM ET to discuss these findings (or as much as can be made public) and indicated he shared the intel with the US.

Mossad managed to obtain a half ton of original documents germane to Iran’s nuclear program. Incredibly. Documents revealed Monday explain how Iran continued nuclear weapons development using different organizations.

The timing of the announcement is… interesting. Newly minted Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Israel hours ago and President Trump is supposed to make his own announcement on the contentious Obama-era Iran nuke deal in twelve days.

Full text of Speech here.

Iran was quick to downplay the announcement before it was given:

https://twitter.com/DanielTsemach/status/990983486680064001

Watch Netanyahu here:

PM Netanyahu concluded:

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qBt4tSCALA

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qBt4tSCALA

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qBt4tSCALA

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qBt4tSCALA

Some highlights:

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Comments

We heard the same thing back in 1995.

Patriots in control, Bibi.

Israel just put on display the greatest intelligence coup in the history of the world.

    YellowGrifterInChief in reply to Tom Servo. | April 30, 2018 at 2:13 pm

    Dumbest of the week and the week is young.

    Do we measure intelligence by the pound?

      Dumbest of the week … dumbest what? Troll? Liberal?

      Your bad grammar with you utter stupidity is on display, might want to put it back in your pants.

      4th armored div in reply to YellowGrifterInChief. | April 30, 2018 at 3:02 pm

      out of curiosity, do you believe that the Islamic Republic of Iran, who has on it’s missiles :death to america’ is just joking ?

        Tom Servo in reply to 4th armored div. | April 30, 2018 at 3:33 pm

        He’s just upset that this guarantees that Trump is going to pull out of the Iran deal, and that is going to reflect badly on his god Obama.

        Ace today has a great post on never-trumper Jen Rubin – “Well of course Iran lied about everything and tried to keep it’s nuke program going, but why is Netanyehu being such a dick about it?”

        and just in passing, note that YGIF’s true goal in the region is, not surprisingly, the destruction of Israel and the death of all Jews. That IS what Iran’s nuke program is all about, even the Iranians admit it.

      In your case, we measure intelligence by the ounce.

      Same in the obamas’ case – except for mooochelle, where everything else other than intelligence is measured in tons.

I am eagerly awaiting responses from Obama and Kerry.

Lies of this magnitude on this topic might deserve a nuclear response because renewed sanctions at this point are a little too late to have a deterrent effect. Remember, nukes stopped the Japs cold.

    Tom Servo in reply to faboutlaws. | April 30, 2018 at 2:09 pm

    We are in August 1914 territory across the middle east right now. Either Tehran backs off and backs down, or the entire region is going to explode. I suspect Israel has calculated that Tehran is not quite ready for an all out war yet, and that they can still be forced to backdown.

      4th armored div in reply to Tom Servo. | April 30, 2018 at 3:07 pm

      what other choice does Israel have against 21 century Nazis ?

      the iranian proxies are already attacking Israel from Syria, Lebanon, Hamastan in Gaxa and West Bank.

Off topic- but this is the newest post available.
Quote: “After a violent attack on civil rights protestors that left three dead and more than a dozen injured at the University of Virginia, students and administrators at Vassar became concerned when they learned that William Jacobson was coming to defend racism.

Link: http://leiterlawschool.typepad.com/leiter/2018/04/a-well-organized-campaign-to-bait-discredit-and-take-over-universities-is-exploiting-students-and-ma.html

Funny. I’ve been reading this blog for a long time. Never seen Professor Jacobson defend racism.

    It’s a Penumbra. Or an Emanation. Not sure. One of those ‘constitution’ things that only shows up if you wear special glasses and become a Supreme Court justice while sufficiently ‘woke.’ Instapundit spotlighted the nitwit’s blathering rant.

    https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/295534/

    alaskabob in reply to gospace. | April 30, 2018 at 3:11 pm

    ” Jacobson’s previous racially charged comments and dubious assertions earned Jacobson the admiration of White-nationalist websites such as V-Dare (see also here), the John Birch Society’s New American, and Breitbart news.”

    Wow…. pretty soon Dr. Jacobson will be labeled anti-semitic and fomenter of National Socialist thought. If only they knew of his communist leanings (I imagine he on occasion leaned on a wall in the USSR) they would titrate their anger.

    Tom Servo in reply to gospace. | April 30, 2018 at 3:38 pm

    Israel has no other rational choice for survival. That is Iran’s biggest mistake – never put an enemy in a position where their only hope of survival is to destroy you. Because they just might do it.

Unfortunately, none of this says much about what Iran is doing now. Tons of documentation may be very informative about what the Perks did a decade ago, last year, last week. But they don’t necessarily have much to do with current events.

Now I’m as willing as anybody to assume that Iran is up to the worst, and if this is evidence, then great. But it’s not yet clear that it is.

    4th armored div in reply to tom_swift. | April 30, 2018 at 3:13 pm

    Tom. Israel has agents in place and dare not expose them.
    that Israel is willing to show what capabilities it has should be sufficient.

It’s called a “deal” and not a treaty for a reason.

    Milhouse in reply to Andy. | April 30, 2018 at 5:53 pm

    Yes. It was a private deal between Mr 0bama, a bunch of Europeans, and the mullahs. Mr Trump was not a party to it, so he had no reason to honor it, but for some reason chose to do so until now anyway.

Look, for a number of reasons [the actions of the US in the region, the fear of Iranian expansion by the Gulf States and their apparent willingness to recognize Israel domestic issues, such as the Netanyahu investigation, and others] Israel wants a war with Iran and it wants it now. Everything that Israel is doing, including military sorties into Syria to attack Iranian assets, and now publicly assisting the current US administration in justifying cancelling the Iran Nuclear Deal, is designed to assure the active support of the US.

It has to be remembered that it is no longer the 1960s. Israel can not guarantee its survival in a war, unless it has active support of the US. Because, realistically, Israel can not count on any other nation to actively support it in a war. If Israel goes nuclear, this causes its own set of problems, and does not guarantee its survival.

So, all of Israel’s actions make sense if viewed in the light of preparing for a war with Iran, in the immediate future.

While this may be advantageous for Israel and possibly the Gulf States, just how advantageous it would be for the US is another debate. An active war, which could drag in other nations, including the US, Russia and even China, is something that has to be studied carefully, in terms of US interests.

The Iran Nuclear Deal should, of course, be terminated by the US for no other reason than the Iranian regime can not be trusted to keep its promises. But, Israel wants much more than that and the US has to be aware of that as well.

    Tom Servo in reply to Mac45. | April 30, 2018 at 5:03 pm

    You should note that the Saudi’s probably want a war with Iran even more than Israel does, provided they have allies who will back them up.

    The Iranian’s long term plans are clear, they have stated them often. They desire to destroy the Saudi Regime and install themselves as the new Guardians of Mecca, which they believe will allow them to allow the Shiites to establish themselves as dominant in Islam, for the first time ever. In so doing, they will also take over the Gulf and Saudi oilfields, which will make them a world economic power able to dictate terms to both Europe and China. And destroying Israel accomplishes two goals for them – it will bolster their claim to be the New and True Guardians of Islam, and it will also allow them to establish a New Persian Empire, uniting almost all of the territories controlled by the old, and thus cementing their position as a new world power.

    That’s why they are fighting in Syria, establishing control over Lebanon through Hezbollah, attacking the Saudi’s from the south in Yemen. All is meant to serve this grand strategic goal.

    A war against Iran has to come, sooner or later. The Iranians are not quite ready yet – perhaps about the readiness of Germany 1936 or 1937. The longer we all wait for this war to start, the higher the casualties will be. If they obtain nukes, 50 – 60 million dead is not out of the question.

    As to whether or not there will be a war – too late to stop it, it’s coming.

      JusticeDelivered in reply to Tom Servo. | May 2, 2018 at 11:49 am

      I think that we should cut Iran off at the knees by taking out hydroelectric dams, a bit over forty of them. Then if they do not cower, we could give them a few nukes to study, perhaps for a few milliseconds.

      I really believe that we need to make an example out for NK, Iran or both.

      Offense is the best defense.

Am I the only one who sees a sequence here?

North Korea
Iran
Palestine

Question is, will Trump finally invoke the snap-back clause in UN Security Council Resolution 2231 (2015)? I was expecting / hoping he’d do so on 20-Jan-2017.

To remind everyone, the resolution lifted the sanctions, but provided that any Security Council member could give notice at any time that it believes Iran to be in violation, and that notice sets a 30-day clock ticking. At the end of the 30 days all sanctions automatically snap back into place, with the exception of existing contracts, and there is nothing any other member can do to prevent it. The only thing that can prevent the snap-back is a new Security Council resolution, which the USA can veto.

great unknown | April 30, 2018 at 4:28 pm

No wonder the Israel-lover Jennifer Rubin went ballistic on Netanyahu this morning. Sacrifice everything just to work against President Trump.

The Saudis only want a war with Iran, if somebody else will fight it. As to why Iran is in Syria, it is not to take control of that country. Iran is very satisfied with its relationship with Assad. And, it has been for years. Hezbollah has had a significant role in Lebanese politics for two decades. It has even managed to bring down two governments. While Hezbollah is a staunch ally of Iran, it is a separate entity accepting direction and support from Iran. Iran would like to revive the Persian Empire under Shiite clerical control. But, the rest of the Arab world will not make any overt move against Iran, while Israel exists. The Arab street will not allow that.

Iran can NOT take control of the Middle East, or anywhere else, without the edge of nuclear weapons. They know it, the Israelis know it and even the US knows it. Also, the Russians and the Turks do not want a nuclear Iran, either. So, the question then becomes, who does? Somebody does.

What is driving a lot of the actions in the Middle East is that the states in that region are now terrified that Iran will obtain a nuclear device. It does not need to build one, only obtain one. About the only place Iran could get such a device is from the DPRK. Not even Pakistan or Russia wants a nuclear armed Iran with MRBMs.

What the US has done to counter the Iranian non-nuclear threat is to increase its domestic oil production, thereby reducing the strategic importance of Arab Gulf oil reserves. It is set to renounce the Iranian Nuclear weapons agreement and reimpose sanctions, cutting off Iranian monetary sources. The one thing that can not be justified is overt military action against Iran. Not even Israel can get away with that, without solid US support. The US could only move against Hussein in ’91 because we had the support of the Gulf States and we had European support for the ’03 invasion of Iraq. And, that support does not exist at the moment. So, unless Iran actually commits an overt act of war, the US can not justify that type of action.

Wait for the war to start or respond when Iran commits an overt act of war. Humm. That is always the question. In the case of Germany, the world refused to act after the invasion of the Rhineland in ’36 and refused to act even for the next three years, even though Germany was clearly in violation of the Treaty of Versailles in the area of military development. In 2003, the US invaded Iraq when it was clear that Hussein was in repeated violation of the Cease fire from Gulf War I. This was actually designed to put pressure on Iran, something that Obama sabotaged by withdrawing US troops. In the case of Iran, none of its actions rise to the level necessary to justify taking any military action against it. And, this is why Israel is attempting to generate a response which will justify attacking Iran or, failing that, selling the US on justification to attack Iran.

    Milhouse in reply to Mac45. | May 1, 2018 at 10:10 am

    This from the brilliant analyst who thinks Reagan defeated Goldwater in 1980.

      Mac45 in reply to Milhouse. | May 1, 2018 at 11:10 am

      Wow. Channeling Rags today?

      Apparently, I’m not the only one who thinks that Israel is trying to foment open inter-state warfare with Iran.

      http://news.trust.org/item/20180501120430-pacz6

        Milhouse in reply to Mac45. | May 1, 2018 at 8:08 pm

        You are, however, the only one from the universe in which Goldwater ran against Reagan.

          Mac45 in reply to Milhouse. | May 1, 2018 at 10:12 pm

          LOL. So, that is your answer to my post? No rebuttal? No pointing out my mistakes? In other words you can not come up with a single point which you can point to and explain how I am incorrect? Just an other example of my theory concerning the response of people who have no grounds for objection.

          As to Reagan and Goldwater, they did not run against each other in any primary or other election. Goldwater retired in 1987 from the Senate. However, Goldwater largely controlled the Conservative Movement in America, until the election of Ronald Reagan, whom he supported. The Reagan Presidency was one of the most influential Presidencies in history. But, Reagan was not a traditional conservative, in the mold of Goldwater, while in office. Reagan conservatism is also called modern conservatism. In the area of economics and foreign affairs, he was quite close to the Goldwater model. However, in domestic affairs he was nowhere near the libertarian and states rights advocate that Goldwater was.

          So, yes, Reagan beat Goldwater in 1980 by running as a traditional Goldwater conservative and then governing in a more liberal fashion than Goldwater would probably have done.

    Tom Servo in reply to Mac45. | May 1, 2018 at 10:17 am

    I agree with you assessment = btw,I know this thread is mostly dead now. I think Iran is capable of doing something very foolish and starting a war too early – they are under a great deal of internal domestic pressure, and they may feel like the Argentine Junta that started the Falklands War, that war may be the only option they have to distract everyone at home from the problems that they cannot manage.

    Big Wars often happen when everyone miscalculates.

In other reports they claim these documents show the existence of a covert program hidden somewhere in the mountains/deserts of the Middle East near or in Iran. If this is true, then we have some very serious question and threats to be concerned about.
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For some reason I just cannot ferret out, I keep thinking and wondering if the existence of a covert Iranian location to research and build a nuclear weapon as well as the ability to enrich uranium has any relation to the Uranium One deal. It’s just that these coincidences keep cropping up and I do not believe in the.

clayusmcret | May 1, 2018 at 6:33 am

All one has to do is get a mental picture of pallets of cash in a wide variety of denominations, secreted into Iran by the obama administration. THAT is the true picture of obama’s eight “successful” years….and who it was a success for.

Here’s bibi (WTF voiceover)… https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL5_PHgoPdj46DaqoHlvGN58jsutwzAj_J&time_continue=5&v=d_PDpwL8kuY

And you think bibi is beleivable, has integrity? He is a closet anti-semite. And is an existential threat to Israel.

    Milhouse in reply to RasMoyag. | May 1, 2018 at 8:10 pm

    Um, what’s your objection to that clip? He told the exact truth. There was no doubt at the time that Saddam was working on acquiring nuclear weapons, and everything we’ve learned since has confirmed it. Nobody bothers denying it any more. Except you, apparently.

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