Iran claims that it has absolutely no interest in a nuclear weapons program. It’s just a very oil-rich state that has spent a massive fortune building an extensive network of nuclear facilities because it’s somehow cheaper than using the stuff that’s in the ground. Maybe the Ayatollahs care about their carbon footprint or maybe they want nukes.
Despite the repeated denials from the regime and nuclear deal apologists, even the word from Sweden is that the Shiite Jihadist regime in Tehran wants nukes.
As the Biden administration seeks to temporarily restrict Tehran from building an atomic bomb, a damning new Swedish intelligence report accuses the Islamic Republic of Iran of illegal attempts to secure nuclear weapons technology in the Scandinavian nation during 2021.
The Swedish document places new question marks over the efficacy of the controversial Iran nuclear deal that rewards the clerical regime with up to $275 billion in economic benefits during the first year of an agreement and as much as $1 trillion by 2030, according to one estimate.
The formal name for the intelligence report—the Swedish Security Yearbook—revealed “Iran also conducts industrial espionage such as primarily aimed at Swedish high-tech industry and Swedish products that can be used in a nuclear weapons program.”
Can’t imagine why a terrorist regime also developing ballistic missiles that can reach not only Israel, but far beyond it, would want nuclear weapons.
Iran, which has one of the biggest missile programmes in the Middle East, says its ballistic missiles have a range of up to 2,000 km (1,200 miles) and are capable of reaching its arch-foe Israel and U.S. bases in the region.
Those must be part of its peaceful ballistic missile program.
Or, maybe, Tehran’s Islamic leaders take their own, “Death to America” slogan much more seriously than we do.
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