Leftists jump up and down screaming about missing WMDs, but when the evidence of their existence appears, the Left covers its collective ears and sings, “La la la, I’m not listening!” There are those who claim President Bush was lying, but that’s only true if you change the definition of “lie.”
But there are lies involved, and The Telegraph of England has written about them. It’s just not the U.S. that’s been lying. It’s Iran. This is evidenced in a confession by Hassan Rowhani, the man who led talks with Britain, France and Germany about Iran’s atomic program.
He boasted that while talks were taking place in Teheran, Iran was able to complete the installation of equipment for conversion of yellowcake – a key stage in the nuclear fuel process – at its Isfahan plant but at the same time convince European diplomats that nothing was afoot.
“From the outset, the Americans kept telling the Europeans, ‘The Iranians are lying and deceiving you and they have not told you everything.’ The Europeans used to respond, ‘We trust them’,” he said.
Did you catch that? Iran was lying about what it was doing, the U.S. recognized the lies, and the Europeans ignored the warning from the U.S., choosing to trust the liars. How can you trust a nation that believes in kitman to hide the truth and taqiyya to lie outright? While Europe went on with meetings and diplomatic dicussions, Iran was busy doing its own work:
He told his audience: “When we were negotiating with the Europeans in Teheran we were still installing some of the equipment at the Isfahan site. There was plenty of work to be done to complete the site and finish the work there. In reality, by creating a tame situation, we could finish Isfahan.”
Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!
Why is Iran doing this? “America and its European allies believe that Iran is clandestinely developing an atomic bomb but Teheran insists it is merely seeking nuclear energy for peaceful purposes.” Yeah, peaceful purposes like power generation. I would believe that if Iran weren’t sitting atop a lake of oil. So should we believe Iran when it says it wants peaceful nuclear power?
Before you answer that, remember: they just admitted that they lied to us.