Sources Say the IAEA Thought About Writing a Report, But Didn’t . . . Details at 11 . . .Posted: February 27, 2014 Filed under: Nuclear 3 Comments
This new article by Fredrik Dahl really is just the worst kind of empty sensationalism, and in my opinion is also just bad journalism.
It reports that “sources” say the IAEA thought about releasing a new report presenting more information about the possible past military dimensions of Iran’s nuclear program, but then decided not to. These sources don’t know what would have been in the report, had it been written, although they are certainly willing to speculate about what may have been in the report, had it been written, and how important what may have been in the report, had it been written, might have been to ongoing negotiations between Iran and the IAEA.
This is the worst kind of speculative navel gazing about something that DID NOT HAPPEN, and so can’t be challenged on the basis of what ACTUALLY DID HAPPEN. Do they edit things over at Reuters?
Pretty clearly the purpose of this piece is to join with David Albright, whose latest little bit of propaganda is cited in the article, in trying to keep the PMD issue in the spotlight, and by so doing attempt to scuttle any potential deal between the P5+1/IAEA and Iran.
Once again, not cool, Fredrik Dahl.
Hey why not? If there is a “P”MD file why not a Possible File on Maybe More PMD? a PFMMPMD?
When will Iran come clean on the PFMMPMD and join the international community?
Mark my word. The source is David Albright, comrade-in-arm of Amano.
This would have made an excellent Saturday Night Live skit. Call it “Hypothetical News Hour.” When it comes to Iran coverage, the media baloney is just simply laughable