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(Via Hot Air)

An Israeli scientist is now saying that the nuclear plant hit by the IAF earlier this year wasn’t merely a nuclear plant, it was a nuclear bomb plant.

ISRAEL’S top-secret air raid on Syria in September destroyed a bomb factory assembling warheads fuelled by North Korean plutonium, a leading Israeli nuclear expert has told The Sunday Times.

Professor Uzi Even of Tel Aviv University was one of the founders of the Israeli nuclear reactor at Dimona, the source of the Jewish state’s undeclared nuclear arsenal.

“I suspect that it was a plant for processing plutonium, namely, a factory for assembling the bomb,” he said. “I think the DPRK [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea] transferred to Syria weapons-grade plutonium in raw form, that is nuggets of easily transported metal in protective cans. I think the shaping and casting of the plutonium was supposed to be in Syria.”

Bullshit?

Your mileage may vary, but His Omnisciency would suggest that it isn’t. It’s a bit hard for us to imagine that an appeasenik and lily-livered fucknozzle like Ehud Smolmert would acquiesce to an armed attack upon a neighboring nation with all that that implies, just because he was worried that Damascus might get cheap electricity.

At any rate, it clearly demonstrated to Syria (and, *cough*, a certain turbaned titweasel in Tehran) that Eretz Yisroel won’t be sitting around with their thumbs up their arses while their enemies prepare Shoah II, the Sequel.

No matter what the State Dept. and Gondolapisser Rice say.

18 Responses to “More Serious Than Some Thought?”
  1. NevadaDailySteve Comment by NevadaDailySteve

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    That puzzle was complicated when North Korea announced that it had tested its first nuclear bomb on October 9 last year. The yield of the blast was small - less than a 20th of the Nagasaki bomb - suggesting to some scientists that the device was sophisticated and small while others believed the North Koreans had simply not made a very good bomb.

    Let’s look at the technological achievements of Syria and North Korea.

    Hmmmm. I can’t seem to come up with any. Oh, I forgot, glow-in-the-dark kim chee.

    The problem is even if Syria or Iran gets a not so sophisticated bomb if they manage to get it to Israel even if it fizzles the contamination in such a small country would devastate it.

    First!

  2. LC Hardclimber54 Comment by LC Hardclimber54

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    Israel is doing what it needs to do to keep those terror-supporting states at bay. Condoleeza baby can fellate the Iranian or Syrian goat-fuckers all she wants, Israel is protecting itself in the best possible way. Now just you watch, Condi is going to “bring diplomatic pressure” on Israel for daring to destroy her good friend’s bomb factory and threatening to keep doing it until these pissy camel-fellating states cease and desist with being a threat to itself.

    And I cannot conceive Syrian or Iran building a nuclear reactor to “provide electricity” to their people. 80% of these livestock humpers don’t even know what electricity is, even less have it installed in their huts and toilets called “houses”.

    Bomb away Israel, and good hunting!

    And Condi, wipe the jizz off your chin, it’s disgusting…

  3. Unregistered Comment by mindy1

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    I am glad israel will defend itself. I hope it does not become a full blown war, however, because it would make things tense.

  4. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

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    I suspect that it was a plant for processing plutonium, namely, a factory for assembling the bomb,” he said. “I think the DPRK [Democratic People’s Republic of Korea] transferred to Syria weapons-grade plutonium in raw form, that is nuggets of easily transported metal in protective cans. I think the shaping and casting of the plutonium was supposed to be in Syria.” [I’m sure the emphasis is mine]

    There is a lot of “I think” and “I suspect” here.

    At least when Bush went into Iraq, he KNEW there were weapons of mass destruction.

    But wait! It appears that Karl Rove now says Congress is to blame for the Iraq war, and that the Administration wanted to wait for the diplomats :em01:

  5. NevadaDailySteve Comment by NevadaDailySteve

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    But wait! It appears that Karl Rove now says Congress is to blame for the Iraq war, and that the Administration wanted to wait for the diplomats

    Rove didn’t say that. What Rove said is that the vote on the war resolution shouldn’t have been taken at the time it was because the administration didn’t think it should have happened in the middle of the election, it made the vote too political. It was Charlie Rose’s spin that the administration would have more time to build the coalition. Rose was shoving words in his mouth but you ignore that.

    BTW, if we waited for the Useless Nitwits to come to a decision Saddam and company would still be torturing innocent people and shooting at planes that were authorized by those same dippylomats to enforce their edicts. The problems that we had in the war weren’t because we acted precipitously, it was because we acted timorously and pussyfooted around after the fall of Saddam’s regime.

  6. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

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    What Rove said is that the vote on the war resolution shouldn’t have been taken at the time it was because the administration didn’t think it should have happened in the middle of the election, it made the vote too political.

    :em01:

    And we are supposed to believe that?

    It was exactly what the Administration was pushing for, and Congress went along with it because it would be “un-American” and “Traitorous” not to. The administration deliberately pushed for the resolution at exactly that time because of the election — and they reaped the benefits from it.

    It was the political genius of Karl Rove — it is exactly the political ju-jitsu he is famous for.

    Now he wants to try it again.

  7. Unregistered Comment by LC Roguetek

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    Dj, why is it that you are so very, very smart until you see the words ‘Bush’ or “Rove” or “republican”?

  8. Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur Comment by Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur

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    I think the Israelis were too damn nice.

  9. Trooper THX1138 Comment by Trooper THX1138

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    Off Topic, is the Imperial Ministry of Technology behind this? I, for one, would love to have a network of satellites orbiting the earth that can home in on one specific person, continue aiming at them as they move, and burn them as they stand. In fact, I would sign up with the Corps in a heartbeat if I could get that MOS. Call it 13Z. (for Zeus)

    “Zeus! As in, father of Apollo? Mt. Olympus? Don’t-fuck-with-me-or-I’ll-shove-a-lightning-bolt-up-your-ass-Mother-Fuckin’ Zeus! You got a problem with that?” — Zeus, Die Hard With a Vengeance

  10. LC 0311 crunchie I.M.H. Comment by LC 0311 crunchie I.M.H.

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    Hehehe, space lazers zapping hajis. GOD I LOVE THIS COUNTRY!

    Back on topic. Misha, it seems you and I already had this conversation a while back, didn’t we? You got some skills boss, real serious skills.

  11. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

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    Back on topic. Misha, it seems you and I already had this conversation a while back, didn’t we? You got some skills boss, real serious skills.

    Shhhh….! Dammit, now I’m going to have to go change identities again, brother! ;)
    Seriously, though: Thanks, I appreciate it. Even though there wasn’t really much to it. Seemed pretty obvious at the time that they were either “testing the waters” (before we knew that they’d actually hit something rather than just tapping the wire and bailing out) or hitting something pretty serious in there.

    Still, it’s nice to be right. And now my head just grew at least an inch or two bigger in circumference. New hats, here we go :D

  12. Unregistered Comment by LC Elchonon, Imperial Chief of Civil Disobedience

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    DJ,
    For someone having vlaimed to have lived in Israel, you profess complete ignorance of this country.

    Airstrikes such as these are not authorized unless there is very solid proof… and Israeli intelligance warned that Iraq was smuggeling their wmd’s to syria but who cares right?

  13. DJ Allyn,  ITW Comment by DJ Allyn, ITW

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    Dj, why is it that you are so very, very smart until you see the words ‘Bush’ or “Rove” or “republican”?

    What is this, find the word that doesn’t belong? That’s easy:

    Republican. Neither of these two men are “Republican”.

    Airstrikes such as these are not authorized unless there is very solid proof… and Israeli intelligance warned that Iraq was smuggeling their wmd’s to syria but who cares right?

    I was only commenting on his choice of words. “I think”, and “I suspect” don’t really instill great assurance of fact, does it?

    Why didn’t he just come out and say “We know for a fact,” or “We have absolute proof’”?

    Instead there was the “I think” and “I suspect”. I just made an observation, that’s all.

    Words have meaning. How you say something also has meaning.

  14. Panzermann403 Comment by Panzermann403

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    I am as happy to see Israel defend itself and its citizens as the next Rottie. And I also believe, that there was a lot of good reason for the choice of words in the above statements. If they had had absolute proof, then the ‘International Community’ would have wanted to spring into action to ‘investigate’ and to ‘put pressure on Syria’ with sanctions or some such.

    The way the have done seemed very practical to me. They blasted the whole thing to rubble, denied Syria further use for some considerable time and nobody really made such a big fuss about it.

    What kinda bothers me though is that Israel has to do it alone. I wouldn’t really mind a bit of diplomatic support from Europe or the States. And I certainly wouldn’t mind us sending an armored brigade or two down there together with a couple of Eurofighter squadrons just to reinforce our friends.

    I have talked about my Fatherland’s eternal debt to the Jewish people quite a bit, and it seems to be time to start paying back, and I mean really paying back. It would be really good to see some proper support and if need be to join the line.

  15. Unregistered Comment by LC Elchonon, Imperial Chief of Civil Disobedience

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    DJ,
    Thats because he isnt in the official capacity to comment, the only ones who can so “we know” woul;d be the head of mossad / shabbak /aman (millatary intelligance)/ chief of staff / defense minister or PM.

    Anyone else saying “we know / knew” would get their balls busted.

  16. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

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    Thats because he isnt in the official capacity to comment, the only ones who can so “we know” woul;d be the head of mossad / shabbak /aman (millatary intelligance)/ chief of staff / defense minister or PM.

    Anyone else saying “we know / knew” would get their balls busted.

    You’re absolutely right, LC Elchonon.

    SOP, really. If you say “I know”, you’re leaking classified information. If you say “I think”, you’re just speculating, even if what you “think” happens to be the truth. At least where I come from. Of course, saying “I think” only saves you from legal repercussions since there are no laws against speculation. Your superiors might assign you to mine clearing in the Antarctic. In boxer shorts.

  17. NevadaDailySteve Comment by NevadaDailySteve

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    And we are supposed to believe that?

    Actually you are supposed to quote someone accurately. You didn’t. As was stated by someone in a comment above : “Words have meaning. How you say something also has meaning.”

    By misquoting Rove you shot yourself in the foot, all your arguments that follow are invalidated. Period, end of sentence. You can talk till you are blue in the face but it doesn’t change the facts. You can’t start arguing from another point. Until you cure the defect all you are doing is slathering lipstick on a pig, and it doesn’t make the pig any prettier.

  18. Unregistered Comment by LC Elchonon, Imperial Chief of Civil Disobedience

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    I am reading dershowitz’s book “preemption” its one fine book!

    Look Dj, the guy was one of the founders of the dinmona nuclear reactor that does not exist.. what the heck is he going to say ?

    Maybe no one told him and he’s putting together data and isnt going to say “i know” if he’s not 100%?

    And there is no way prove bush WAS wrong.. Israeli and other inteligance claimed hard data on WMD in iraq.