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Dossier nucléaire


Dossier nucléaire

Dans ce dossier nucléaire vous trouverez des informations à propos de ceci:

- Une carte des centrales nucléaires dans le monde,

- Plusieurs articles documentant le fait qu'Israël possède clandestinement des armes nucléaires depuis longtemps, aidé par plusieurs pays comme les États-Unis, l'Angleterre et la France,

- Des informationss par rapport à la Syrie et l'Iran qui collaborent avec la communauté internationale en autorisant des inspections de leur pays alors qu'Israël refuse toujours d'en faire autant, exposant ainsi la double mesure qui règne. L'Égypte, l'Inde, la Korée du nord, le Pakistan et Israël furent autorisé par les États-Unis d'avoir des bombes nucléaires et furent même aidés pour les acquérir, mais parce que l'Iran
(tout comme le reste des pays autour) est perçu comme une menace par Israël, on nous sert la même sauce que celle qui fut utilisée pour nous vendre la guerre en Irak en 2005. Il y a fort à parier qu'Israël va éventuelement attaquer l'Iran directement, ou indirectement en créant une autre fausse attaque terroriste (false flag terrorism) blâmée sur les Iranniens.

Carte des centrales nucléaires dans le monde

23 octobre 2007 - Le monde compte 457 réacteurs nucléaires dans 211 centrales au total. Où l'on voit que l'accès à l'énergie nucléaire est particulièrement inégal, les trois plus gros pays nucléarisés possédant près de la moitié du parc installé et en fonctionnement. Et pendant que nombre de pays délaissent cette énergie, d'autres construisent un grand nombre de nouvelles centrales, comme la Chine et l'Inde.

CIA reveals: We said in 1974 that Israel had nuclear weapons

The Central Intelligence Agency, backed by bodies including the State Department's Bureau of Intelligence and Research and the Defense Intelligence Agency, determined in August 1974 that Israel had nuclear "weapons in being," a "small number" of which it "produced and stockpiled."

Documents in the Nixon library confirm Israel had nuclear weapons in the 1960s, most of which were built using fissionable material stolen from the United States.

Secret sale of UK plutonium to Israel

Under Wilson, Britain also sold Israel tons of chemicals used to make boosted atom bombs 20 times more powerful than Hiroshima or even Hydrogen Bombs.

In Harold Macmillan's time the UK supplied uranium 235 and the heavy water which allowed Israel to start up its nuclear weapons production plant at Dimona - heavy water which British intelligence estimated would allow Israel to make "six nuclear weapons a year".

Mordechai Vanunu PHOTOS OF DIMONA

You know, the ones that Israel says don't exist?

US, Israel ink nuke pact

The United States and the Zionist regime have inked an agreement to forge cooperation in the field of nuclear safety a few days ago.

It is claimed that the new deal is aimed to ensure the aging nuclear reactor in Dimona operates safely.

So, when does the IAEA get to inspect it?

An Uncomfortable Conversation About Nukes

Why are Henry Kissinger, George Shultz, William Perry, and Sam Nunn writing opinion pieces in the Wall Street Journal calling for the abolition of nuclear weapons? Keep in mind, these four people are not just major defense hawks. People like Kissinger and Nunn helped push through the single most dangerous and destabilizing innovation in nuclear weaponry, the arming of missiles with multiple warheads. All four have supported every conflict the United States has engaged in since World War II, all have enthusiastically supported nuclear weapons, and none has suddenly gone kumbaya on us.

But all four have concluded that nuclear weapons no longer serve the interests of the great powers. Why the change of mind? The answer has some disquieting aspects.

Syria to allow probe of alleged nuclear site

Syria will allow in U.N. inspectors to probe allegations that the country was building a nuclear reactor at a remote site destroyed in an Israeli airstrike, the International Atomic Energy Agency said Monday.

Now then, about Dimona.

IAEA demands 'full disclosure' from Iran, sends team to Syria

UN atomic watchdog chief Mohamed ElBaradei on Monday urged "full disclosure" from Iran over its nuclear programme and said he was sending experts to Syria to probe allegations of a secret nuclear reactor.

Translation: after repeatedly saying that he and his team saw "no evidence" of a nuclear weapons program in Iran, El Baradei has caved to US demands to paint the evidence as the US sees it.

The demand for inspections of Syria are primarily to demonize it, and give prevent Israel from getting more leverage in its talks with Syria.

Southern plutonium shipments could begin this week.

The U.S. Department of Energy plans to begin shipping plutonium to the Savannah River Site near Aiken, S.C. as early as Friday -- but state and local authorities won't know any details about the shipments unless there's a serious accident, the Knoxville News Sentinel reports:

The routes that will be used to transport the strategic nuclear material across the country are hush-hush and won’t be shared in advance of the project.

The shipments are part of the government's effort to consolidate the nation's surplus supply of weapons-grade plutonium in South Carolina. The material will be coming from the Hanford Site in Washington, the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, and the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California. In all, the government plans to transport some 2,300 plutonium storage containers from Hanford and almost 700 from Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos.

This, on the eve of the biggest terrorism exercise ever held in the US (not to mention Guam)?

I am concerned because normal procedure is not to announce these shipments in advance. And Savannah River has had previous problems losing weapons-grade materials (thought by some to be the source for Israel's first nuclear weapons). With some 3000 containers of plutonium moving around, the possibility exists (has been created) for "Al Qaeda" (nudge nudge wink wink) or "Iranian" (nudge nudge wink wink) terrorists to "steal" (nudge nudge wink wink) a container of plutonium to build a "terror weapon" (nudge nudge wink wink).

NKorea unlikely to abandon nuclear arms: Bush human rights envoys

North Korea is unlikely to abandon its nuclear weapons before US President George W. Bush leaves office in January 2009, his special envoy said Thursday, calling for a revamp of six-party talks to end the crisis.

Yet another one of Bush's alleged "foreign policy triumphs" crumbles into the dust.

Mystery of lost US nuclear bomb

The United States abandoned a nuclear weapon beneath the ice in northern Greenland following a crash in 1968, a BBC investigation has found.

Israel threatening world security

Ali Asghar Soltaniyeh told Press TV that over 100 countries in the general conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency have condemned Israel for not cooperating with the IAEA.

The Zionist regime has refused to sign the Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and it is believed that the regime has about 200 nuclear warheads capable of being mounted on long-range missiles and a stockpile of chemical and biological weapons.

Iraq, Israel and WMD dossier

The Guardian has today revealed the contents of the margin note that the Information Tribunal allowed to be removed when ordering the Foreign Office to publish the John Williams draft of the Iraq dossier.

It reveals that a senior government official or minister suggested at the time of the dossier (September 2002) that Israel had brazenly flouted the UN’s authority in pursuit of weapons of mass destruction. A reference to Israel in the margins of the Williams draft is linked to an assertion in the text that Iraq is unique in this respect. It is clear that the author of the reference thought that the same charge might be levelled against Israel.

The world has known, since the revelations of Mordechai Vanunu, that Israel has a nuclear arsenal.

If Washington truly wants a nuclear-weapons free Middle East, it will have to start with that 9,000 lb elephant in the closet, which is a nuclear-armed Israel.

IAEA Overrides US Concerns, Approves Syria Aid

US complaints earlier this week about the “wholly inappropriate” IAEA aid scheduled to be provided to Syria have been rejected, and the agency has approved the $350,000 aid project to help the Syrian government select a site for a potential nuclear power plant.

Webmaster's Commentary:

Translation: Israel did not get its way on this issue, and that is a good thing.

And please remember; Israel, which has nukes, refuses to allow IAEA inspection of their facilities.


Sitting at the centre of the exclusion zone, the damaged reactor unit is encased in a steel and cement sarcophagus. It's a deathly tomb that plays host to about 200 tonnes of melted radioactive fuel, and is swarming with radioactive dust.

But it's also the abode of some very hardy fungi which researchers believe aren't just tolerating the severe radiation, but actually harnessing its energy to thrive.

Alabama City Reopening Fallout Shelters

A "Blast" from the past!!!!!

Burt the Turtle reprise!

The fact is that the US Government knew that the techniques shown in these propaganda films would not really save anyone from a nuclear weapon, but the goal of the films was to trick Americans into thinking nuclear war was survivable to kill the push for nuclear disarmament.

The British Government runs scared of Israel

On 18 February 2008, the British Government was forced to release a draft dossier on Iraq's so-called "weapons of mass destruction" under the Freedom of Information Act. But it succeeded in persuading a Freedom of Information Tribunal to allow a handwritten reference to Israel in the margin of the document to be suppressed.


"On page 3 of the document, I refer to the marginal references in the first paragraph to Israel. The reference to Israel is linked (by a hyphen) to a sentence which reads: 'No other country has flouted the United Nations' authority so brazenly in pursuit of weapons of mass destruction'. I interpret this note to indicate that the person who wrote it believes that Israel has flouted the United Nations authority in a manner similar to that of the Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussein."

Israel seeks exemption from atomic rules

Israel is looking to a U.S.-India nuclear deal to expand its own ties to suppliers, quietly lobbying for an exemption to non-proliferation rules so it can legally import atomic material, according to documents made available Tuesday to The Associated Press.

The initiative appeared to be linked to a U.S.-India agreement that would effectively waive the group's rules by allowing the United States to supply India with nuclear fuel despite its refusal both to sign the nonproliferation treaty and allowing the IAEA to inspect all of its nuclear facilities.

If Israel doesn't have nuclear weapons, why would they want to legally import nuclear materials?

Israel Must Be Held To Same Nuclear Scrutiny as Iran

Google Earth provides bird’s eye view of Israeli reactor

“Sensitive installations, Air Force bases with their planes and helicopters, missile bases and even the nuclear reactor in Dimona have never been photographed better,” writes Yuval Dror in Friday’s Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper.

The images are pretty remarkable. You can check out a very detailed shot of Israel’s not-so-secret nuclear reactor in Dimona (along with other Israeli military sites) courtesy of Charles Levinson at Conflict Blotter, www.conflictblotter.com.

Buh-bye, Israeli "nuclear ambiguity"!

Cheney Pursuing Nuclear Ambitions of His Own

While Dick Cheney has been talking tough over the years about Iran's alleged nuclear activities, the vice president has been quietly pursuing nuclear ambitions of his own.

For more than two years, Cheney and a relatively unknown administration official, Deputy Energy Secretary Clay Sell, have been regularly visiting the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to ensure agency officials rewrite regulatory policies and bypass public hearings in order to streamline the licensing process for energy companies that have filed applications to build new nuclear power reactors, as well as applications for new nuclear facilities that are expected to be filed by other companies in the months ahead, longtime NRC officials said.

You've just got to love that part about bypassing public hearings! - M. R.

US: No objection to Egyptian nuclear program

The White House on Monday said it had little information about Egypt's plans to relaunch its nuclear power program but declared itself "generally supportive" of civilian atomic power.

"I don't know a lot about it. In general, we are supportive of countries pursuing civil nuclear energy. It's clean burning. It provides electricity in a clean-burning and affordable way for citizens," said spokeswoman Dana Perino.

"I love the smell of hypocrisy in the morning!" - official white horse souse.

But seriously, how can they say this with a straight face yet be jumping up and down on Iran for wanting to do precisely the same thing?

New Book Details Threat to World from Israeli Nukes

Cast out of the element uranium, this Golem is—as Israel’s founding father, David Ben-Gurion, described it—Israel’s “sacred” nuclear weapon, the primary source of trouble in the precarious realm of atomic proliferation.

The nuclear “golem” is the bizarre and dangerous cornerstone of Israel’s national security policy. Development of a nuclear arsenal was the foundation of Israeli policy from the beginning.

Israel's Nuclear Weapons, including Fission, Hydrogen and Neutron Bombs

Neutron bombs are NOT defensive weapons. They are weapons of invasion and conquest. When someone goes to the expense of building a bomb that killing people but leaving the buildings intact, they plan to use those buildings.


A doomsday war between nuclear-armed adversaries Iran and Israel would kill up to 28 million Iranians and destroy their nation, but the Jewish state might survive, according to a prestigious US think tank.

Since Israel has nuclear weapons and Iran does not, this rates a 'well, DUH!'

Iran cites Israeli nuclear activity as example of world's hypocrisy

Tehran says stringent IAEA inspections unfair as Israel not partner to non-proliferation treaty, claims western countries practice 'nuclear apartheid'

Iran rejects nuclear inspections unless Israel allows them

An Iranian envoy said Monday his government will not submit to extensive nuclear inspections while Israel stays outside the global treaty to curb the spread of atomic weapons.


Radioactive Waste Disposal Aided by Fusion Torch

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