More On The Iran Intelligence Report

There are some pretty strong claims floating around that the U.S. Intelligence community’s statement from Monday is less than perfectly accurate, and it’s only fair to give these suggestions a little air. The chief objection is that the lines between “civilian” nuclear capacity and “military” nuclear capacity is fairly blurry, and that it really isn’t very complex to take “civilian” enriched uranium and transform it into a weapon. Less convincingly — far less convincingly — I’ve read complaints that this report is actually little more than a liberalist political gesture. It’s a frankly retarded claim, it seems to me, as a peaceniking liberalist myself, and betrays a sour, soar loser attitude.

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