Syria Seeks IAEA Veto Seat
Washington DC - August 17, 2008/RPS Staff/ -- A story published by Ehpraim Asculai in the Jerusalem Post on August 16 makes reference to Syria looking to get a seat on the Board of Governors of the IAEA. The very same organization headed by Mohammad ElBaradai who was shocked to learn that the Assad regime has built a nuclear reactor under the nose of his organization. But instead of thanking the diligence of the Israeli Air Force for its attempts at stopping a rogue regime of terror to arm itself with a nuclear weapon, which would have harmed the Syrian people, he rather poured venom against Israel for not informing IAEA of the fact in the first place.
The significance this latest Syrian move is that the regime will be able, in the future, to veto any action the IAEA might take against Syria should Assad pursue again arming his regime with nuclear weapons. This only proves that Assad does have such intentions and Syrian attempts at a seat on the Board of Governors is an attempt to buy insurance against such eventuality.
Rogue and regimes of terror have implanted themselves within organizations deciding the fate of the free world. Their purpose is to use the very same systems of checks and balances the west has devised in order to contain disasters and protect humanity at large to spread disasters, terror, and threaten humanity at large.
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