More uranium plants "unacceptable"

US envoy to UN slams Iran enrichment plan

AP: U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice calls its "unacceptable" that Iran plans to build an additional 10 uranium enrichment plants. The U.S. envoy to the United Nations said the plans could cause the international community to increase pressure on Tehran. She said the plans would be "completely inappropriate" and would further isolate Iran from the world. Iran's nuclear chief said Monday that U.N. criticism pushed his country to retaliate by announcing the more-ambitious plans for uranium enrichment.


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by timothyfloyd on


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

More silly comments

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

So on one hand "American Dream" wants Iran to pursue antiquated Nuclear technology. In order to maximize the chances that some nation will attacke Iran.

On the other hand openly advocates breakup of Iran! It makes sense, only if you want Iran to breakup. 

It won't happen. I don't want Iran attacked. But if it happens it is not likely to lead to a breakup. Sorry to disappoint you.

Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

My silly comments

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

Good! I  am happy right here. I specially don't want to go to the Islamic Utopia. 

If you think my comments about renewable energy are silly then so be it. The world is moving  on while the Islamists are going back real fast.

American Dream

Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

by American Dream on

Your silly comments will get you no where fast.


atta girl, now lets go and get them

by mahmoudg on

get your armaments ready and we can win Iran back.


How Ironic

by OmidKarimi on

The offspring of african slaves brought to the US because of US imperalism, now clucks like a chicken in front of the mic, spewing the same imperalism policy


Discuss, chat and post your opinions about Iran on my new forum:


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Re: I support Iranian minorities

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on


Do you post this exact thing on all the topics?  Great: you are ethnically Persian. Good for you. And so are millions of others. What do you expect: a prize? As for supporting breakup of Iran that is your business. But I and others like me will oppose it now and forever.

You are in a minority and will remain there. Even the IRI does not support such a divisive act.

The more you post; the more you show your true colors. And it ain't pretty.

American Dream

I support Iranian minorities being liberated

by American Dream on

I am ethnicly Persian, this is a fact that is known by many on this site.

That being said, my statements support the rights of ethnic minorities in Iran.

If ethnic minorities in Iran threaten to seperate from Iran then the central government would become alarmed and would help alleviate the problems of those locations in Iran.

The plan has the goal of helping Iranian minorities.  I support Iranian minorities being liberated.

You on the other hand want a dictatorship of your beliefs.

That is just plain wrong.  With that type of thinking you should go and post your nutty comments on some other site.

Your insults will get you no where. 

Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

Renewable energy

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on


A much better approach for energy specially in Iran is to use solar. With vast desert areas gettign non-stop sun Iran should be building state of the art solar energy plants. Nuclear  is a dirty old and useless technology. Here check this out:


Iran may easily build a bunch of these. A good way would be to say: Fine invest in Iran to build Solar Plants. Why not? Hopefully once the IRI is gone Iran will become the top leader in Solar.

American Dream

What are the sanctions really about?

by American Dream on

The sanctions are about preventing Iran from getting any source of nuclear energy.  The sanctions also want to force Iran to give aways its oil for free until the day comes where Iran runs out of oil.