Hey, let's listen to the exiles!
WASHINGTON — Twenty-one commanders of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps are the top scientists running Iran's secret nuclear weapons program, says the man who exposed Iran's nuclear weapons program in 2002.
On top of that, the U.S. National Intelligence Estimate published last week saying Tehran shut down its weaponization program in 2003 failed to mention that the program restarted in mid-2004, said Alireza Jafarzadeh, an Iranian dissident and president of Strategic Policy Consulting.
The scientists working on the alleged civilian nuclear centrifuge program are IGRC commanders, said Jafarzadeh, who was providing a list of names to the press on Tuesday. But their intention is not a nuclear energy source for civilians.
Goody, just what we were crying for - a new Achmed Chalabi! Hey, let's set this guy up to be the President of Liberated Iran. Worked so damn well last time.
Get the feeling they're really really trying to find some excuse to start a new war? 'Cause the last one just ISN'T FUN ANYMORE, I guess.