Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Iran's Military Chief Vows No International Inspections Will Be Permitted On Military Sites

Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of Iran's Armed Forces Major General Hassan Firouzabadi. Press TV

Tehran Times: Iran insists it won’t let inspection of military sites

TEHRAN – The commander of Iran’s Armed Forces chief of staff has cautioned the Iranian nuclear negotiators against letting Western powers impose any limitation on Iran's conventional defense power.

This is a wrong impression by the enemies of the Iranian nation to think that they can entitle themselves to being introduced into Iran's defense sphere, Major General Hassan Firouzabadi wrote in an open letter to Iran’s nuclear negotiation team on Sunday.

In this letter, Firouzabadi goes on to mention the guidelines of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in instructing Iran's nuclear team to prevent including the inspection of Iran's military sites as part of a prospective nuclear agreement with world powers.

WNU Editor
: Trust .... but verify. But if you cannot verify .... any point to an Iranian nuclear deal becomes moot.


Jay Farquharson said...

WNU Editor,

Remember the IAEC running around Iraqi Military bases and tapping Iraqi Military comm's under the "guise" of Weapons Inspectors, gathering intel for the US Invasion?

Well, the Iranians have not forgotten.

Unknown said...

And inspectors don't have minders?

Jay Farquharson said...

Not UNSC minders,

Mossad, CIA, NSA, yes.

Unknown said...

Predictable response. There is no way the Iranians could chaperone any inspectors with one on one coverage.

Jay Farquharson said...


There is, but the inspectors wouldn't like it.

It would involve full nudity, MRI scans, and living inside a Farraday cage with only monitored landlines,

You know, they normal TSA experience at an Airport, x7.

Unknown said...

Your comment says everything.