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9/11 Debate Will Air Saturday Aug. 21 on Coast to Coast AM

9/11 Debate Will Air Saturday Aug. 21 on
Coast to Coast AM

A highly anticipated debate between two members of
Architects and Engineers for 9-11 Truth and two physicists
is scheduled for August 21, 2010. The debate will air on
the popular late night talk show Coast to Coast AM with
host Ian Punnett between 10pm - 2am Pacific time

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Comment by James H. Fetzer on August 16, 2010 at 12:20am
My understanding is that this claim is false: "According to DEBKAfile's military sources, the Bushehr reactor billed as a peaceful project is in fact integral to Iran's military program because the fuel rods powering it can also produce weapons-grade plutonium. Attached to the main plant too are a number of smaller facilities connected to the weapons program." The fuel rods are low grade and will be in the custody of Russian supervisors and could not be used for the purpose of constructing nuclear weapons. That is poppycock.
Comment by Shallel Octavia on August 15, 2010 at 7:59pm
From Patten's artcle:
"And in the normal operation of this reactor, in just a fairly short period of time, you could get substantial amounts of plutonium to use as nuclear weapons," Bolton told Fox.

From http://www.tehrantimes.com/index_View.asp?code=224908

Russia: Bushehr nuclear plant is harmless
Relations between Russia and Iran are ‘still good’

MOSCOW (Russian TV) – The spokesperson for the Rosatom Nuclear Energy State Corporation, Sergey Novikov says the Bushehr nuclear power plant is harmless.

“I think it is a very strong signal that international society supports such peaceful projects as Bushehr, because everybody understands that you cannot use a power plant in a hypothetical military program,” Novikov told Russian TV.

“A nuclear power plant just generates electricity. There are two double-purpose elements – enrichment and spent fuel management. Both of these elements are taken out of Iranian responsibility, because we are going to supply the Bushehr power plant with nuclear fuel.”

Vladimir Sotnikov, a political analyst from the Institute of World Economy and International Relations, says the opening of the nuclear plant demonstrates that ties between Russia and Iran are still strong.

“In the recent past there were some emotional statements on behalf of the Iranian leader, President Ahmadinejad, about the state of Iranian-Russian relations, but I think the nuclear commerce and nuclear industry are not affected by the statements. And I think that the trade relations between the Russian Federation and Islamic Republic of Iran are still good,” he told RT.

The Russian nuclear agency Rosatom, which is building the facility in Bushehr, announced that engineers will start loading the reactor with fuel on August 21, under strict control.

A Russian delegation, headed by Rosatom Director General Sergey Kiriyenko, will attend the launch ceremony.

The start date of the Bushehr power plant has been delayed a number of times.

Construction of the plant was started in 1974 by a German company, Kraftwerk Union A.G. (Siemens/KWU), but stopped shortly after the Islamic revolution in the country in 1979.

In 1995 Iran started cooperation with Russia, and in 1998 Russia signed up to complete the construction of the plant.

Works on Bushehr have been closely monitored by the International Atomic Energy Agency and comply with all international norms and legislation.

The announced launch is attracting a lot of media attention, as Iran is under sanctions from the UN at the moment
Comment by Shallel Octavia on August 15, 2010 at 7:51pm
This is very unsettling, Jim, Debka ran this article: http://www.debka.com/article/8970/

Flap in Jerusalem over Aug. 21 activation of Iran's first reactor

The sudden announcement in Moscow and Tehran on Aug. 11 that Russia is set to activate Iran's first nuclear power reactor by loading the fuel on Aug. 21 has caused a major flap in Israel in view of the military aspects of the plant. DEBKAfile's military sources report that only last week, high Israeli officials asked Washington for clarifications on the latest intelligence information that Moscow had decided to finally activate the Bushehr reactor after innumerable delays.
The White House called the Kremlin and was assured that President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minster Vladimir Putin stood by their pledge to President Barack Obama that the Russian-built nuclear plant would not go on line this year.
This pledge now proves worthless.Indeed, Rostratom director Sergei Kiryenko will attend the Bushehr launching ceremony.
Jerusalem is also worried by the news that Russia has stationed S-300 anti-missile batteries in Abkhazia on the Black Sea because it ties in with the imminent activation of the Bushehr reactor. It is taken as a signal that Israel's air route to Iran is hereby closed and Moscow will do its utmost to thwart an Israeli strike against Iran's nuclear facilities.
John Bolton, former US ambassador to the United Nations and adviser to the Bush administration, defined Moscow's date for loading nuclear fuel rods into the Iranian reactor as touching off a point of no return. Talking to Fox News Friday, Aug. 11, he said Aug. 21 is a deadline "by which Israel would have to launch an attack on Iran's Bushehr reactor before it becomes effectively 'immune' to assault."
Once they are loaded, he warned, "an attack risks spreading radiation in the air and perhaps in the water of the Persian Gulf."
Bolton gave Israel no more than a week to destroy Iran's nuclear program. "If they're going to do it, that's all the window they have," he said, noting that Israel attacked the Iraqi Osirak reactor in 1981 and the nuclear plant Syria was building in 2007, before the fuel rods were in place.
The head of Iran's Atomic Energy Organization Ali Akbar Salehi said Friday, Aug. 13, "The process of loading fresh fuel into the reactor building would begin on Aug. 21. Then the reactor will be officially classified as a nuclear energy installation. The testing phase will be complete and the physical launch begin."
According to DEBKAfile's military sources, the Bushehr reactor billed as a peaceful project is in fact integral to Iran's military program because the fuel rods powering it can also produce weapons-grade plutonium. Attached to the main plant too are a number of smaller facilities connected to the weapons program.
An earlier report in the Atlantic magazine estimated that the chances of a military strike against Iran in the next 12 months are "better than 50%." It is the result of extensive research for the magazine by Middle East expert Jeffrey Goldberg. After interviewing some 40 current and past Israeli decision makers and as many American and Arab officials, Goldberg expects Israel to launch an attack with the next few months, possibly supported by the US and UK.
But that was before the rescheduled Bushehr launching. Bolton has since made a point of narrowing the window of months to days.
Comment by James H. Fetzer on August 15, 2010 at 4:59pm
Is this simply a co-incidence? If so, it is remarkable. 9/11 on Coast-to-Coast and an Israeli attack on Iran???

John Bolton: Russia's Loading of Nuke Fuel Into Iran Plant Means Aug. 21 Deadline for Israeli Attack Friday, 13 Aug 2010 By: David A. Patten

News that Russia will load nuclear fuel rods into an Iranian reactor has touched off a countdown to a point of no return, a deadline by which Israel would have to launch an attack on Iran's Bushehr reactor before it becomes effectively "immune" to any assault, says former Bush administration U.N. Ambassador John R. Bolton.

Once the fuel rods are loaded, Bolton told Fox News on Friday afternoon, "it makes it essentially immune from attack by Israel. Because once the rods are in the reactor an attack on the reactor risks spreading radiation in the air, and perhaps into the water of the Persian Gulf."
Comment by Thoth II on August 15, 2010 at 1:45pm
Excellent, I'll have to stay up that night and tune in. It concerns me a little that Ian Punnett is moderating. I wonder if he'll stay objective. He doesn't seem to be up to speed about what is going on in this world as much , as say, Noory, is. Noory does seem to get it .

As for these two physicists who'll debate the A&E911 people, that should really be rich. I mean, this should be as much of a slam dunk as a true JFK researcher debating Vince Bugliosi. This whole 911 thing is so patently , obviously, a total sham from top to bottom that there is no case to be made for the official story. And I do not for one nanosecond think that the choice of the date 911 was an accident: those evil SOBs chose that date of all dates because of the obvious link with the 911 emergency number; and they are smirking at us (at least the dummies who still believe the official line) from behind the scenes.

And let me take this opportunity to take a swipe at Obama. He absolutely is disgusting to , I believe, knowingly carry this monstrous charade on and on ; he has NONE of the guts exhibited by a much greater man, JFK.

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