Netanyahu’s Nuclear Scam

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On occasion, we wonder why we still bother

by Jeff Smith, via Veterans Today.com

Clinton Bastin...VT's nuclear expert until he passed way in 2014

Its politics as usual. Israel wants the Arab states to be kept in the stone ages, period. This also includes the rest of the world.

As far as they are concerned they don’t even want anybody to have a light bulb yet alone a refrigerator or a microwave. They are control freaks. End of story.

Clinton Baston was correct in his analysis on Iran, they have a nuclear program not a weapons program. However the two sometimes can cross over.

They only have uranium enrichment and not chemical separation that is needed for weapons development. Their reactor is a power reactor.

Israel’s is a weapons manufacturing design. It makes no electrical power so it is useful for plutonium production only. Israel has chemical processing Iran does not. But we all look the other way at Israel. It was Israel that has been testing nukes all over the world and not Iran. Again this is overlooked. So it is politics as usual.

The Israel lobby is in control. The State Department Office of Nuclear Non-proliferation is run by an Israeli operative by the name of Tom Countryman. So the game has been rigged from day one.

All of the people in key positions are all political appointees. They have no nuclear weapons knowledge and they don’t want anybody with weapons knowledge simply because they know better and cannot be bought off. They know the truth. Political appointees have a different version of reality from everybody else.

Israel has had them infiltrated for some years now

Weapons guys are all X military. The IAEA is a civilian run operation and they don’t want X military guys moving in and taking over their jobs.

So the IAEA just inspects nuclear reactors and employs a bunch of worthless PhD’s that are all writing research papers all day long. They know nothing about weapons design.

This is the key issue. They are so out of date that they keep pushing 1945 WW2 era weapons design material on the general public. They never heard of single point or two point implosion systems.

Nobody uses gun implosion or 16 or 32 point compression systems anymore. It has all been single point or two point compression since the early 1960’s for both the USSR and the US. Even India and Pakistan use this system today.

Uranium is the easier and cheaper route because you only need chemical separation. You don’t need a nuclear reactor to get the enriched uranium as with plutonium you do. Centrifuges work just fine for uranium separation. Uranium is easier and cheaper but the weapon has a smaller yield and is much bigger.

Plutonium is only needed for miniaturization use on ICBM’s. If your target is tactical, uranium works better. It does not have all of the inherent aging and testing problems that a Plutonium warhead does.

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