Iran to Display Its Nuclear Advances

Iran Promises to Unveil 100+ ‚Nuclear Achievements‘ to ‚Send Message to Enemies‘

Tehran is prohibited from developing nuclear technology for military uses under the terms of the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear deal, which Iran remains committed to despite the US‘ decision to unilaterally withdraw from the treaty last May.

Iran will unveil 112 „very important“ achievements in nuclear technology next month, Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran (AEOI) spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi has announced.

„The unveiling of these achievements under the country’s current circumstances will convey this message to the US and those enemies of Iran – that the Iranian nation has resisted economic sanctions and has turned threats into opportunities,“ Kamalvandi said, speaking to reporters in Tehran on Saturday.

According to the official, the achievements will include new homegrown breakthroughs in power plant, fuel cycle, laser, exploration and other technologies.

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Kamalvandi promised that the technologies would be presented on 9 April on National Nuclear Technology Day, an annual event celebrating the Middle Eastern country’s achievements in the field of nuclear technology for peaceful purposes. Last year’s ceremony saw the unveiling of 83 homegrown technologies.

Kamalvandi accused the United States of waging an „economic war“ against Iran, saying that Washington was putting „pressure on all of its allies and non-allies to stop their economic relations with Iran.“

„However, the Iranian nation will strongly pass this phase as well,“ Kamalvandi said, saying that Iran would need to make use of its capabilities to counter and neutralise US pressure.

The official’s remarks echoed sentiment expressed by Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei last week, with Khamenei calling on Iranians to engage in a „maximum mobilisation“ to withstand „enemies‘ hostile pressures“ and defeat US sanctions.

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Under the 2015 JCPOA agreement, Iran is obliged not to engage in the development of nuclear technologies for military use, with the deal’s other signatories, including the United States, promising to provide sanctions relief in exchange. Iran is permitted to develop nuclear tech for peaceful purposes, however, which Tehran seeking to use such technology to ween the domestic economy off of oil and gas and to allow more of its energy resources to be sold on the global market.

President Trump unilaterally withdrew the US from the JCPOA in May 2018, prompting the treaty’s other signatories, including Russia, China and its European signatories, to scramble to try to save it. These efforts have focused on measures to bypass stringent US sanctions, as well as US threats to bring Iranian oil exports down „to zero.“

Babylon the Great Transfers Nukes to Europe


U.S. transfers two nuclear bombers to Europe

09:16, 17 March 2019

The United States has thrown two strategic B-52H Stratofortress bombers, which can carry nuclear bombs, at the Fairford Air Base in the UK. MilRadar reported on Twitter,  which tracks the messages of air traffic control services.

Aircraft DRYER91 and DRYER92 took off from the Barksdale air base in Louisiana and landed at the airfield in the UK on March 16.

Three B-52H bombers landed at the Fairford airbase the day before. Such a massive transfer of the US Air Force strategic bombers to Fairford has not happened since 2003 when up to 20 B-52H aircraft were deployed there to participate in the American military operation against Iraq.

The strategic bomber B-52H Stratofortress has been used by the American army since 1955. The B-52H was created in order to deliver two high-power thermonuclear bombs to any part of the Soviet Union.

According to the latest data, the United States has 78 such vehicles. Each of them can carry 31,5 tons of various weapons, including nuclear charges.

India-Pakistan Threatening Nuclear War (Revelation 8)

India-Pakistan tensions: Nuclear-armed rivals ‚threatened missile strikes on each other‘

INDIA and Pakistan threatened missile strikes on each other amid growing tensions between the two nuclear-armed countries, it has been revealed.

By Athena Chrysanthou 00:34, Mon, Mar 18, 2019 | UPDATED: 00:39, Mon, Mar 18, 2019

A government minister from Pakistan and a Western diplomat in Islamabad confirmed separately a specific Indian threat to use six missiles on targets inside Pakistan. The threats took place following a dispute in February after Indian and Pakistani warplanes engaged in a dogfight over Kashmir. The minister did not specify who delivered the threat nor who received it, but said Indian and Pakistani intelligence agencies “were communicating with each other during the fight, and even now they are communicating with each other”.

Speaking to Reuters on the condition of anonymity the minister said Pakistan said it would counter any Indian missile attacks with more launches of its own.

The Pakistani minister said: “We said if you will fire one missile, we will fire three. Whatever India will do, we will respond three times to that.”

In a reply for a request to comment an Indian government official said they were not aware of any missile threat to Pakistan.

Tensions between India and Pakistan over the Kashmir border have been rife since India’s independence in 1947.

The Kashmir region sits at the core of the two countries enmity and is one of the world’s most dangerous conflict areas.

The Kashmir border is the centre of India and Pakistani conflict (Image: Getty)

The dogfight on February 27 occurred a day after a raid by Indian jet fighters on what they believed was a militant camp in Pakistan.

Islamabad said Indian bombs had hit an empty hillside denying any militant camps exist in the area.

Pakistan then downed an Indian plane and then captured one of its pilots as he ejected in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir.

A video emerged which appeared to show the pilot being beaten by civilians before a Pakistan soldier intervened.

The two nuclear-armed countries threatened missile strikes on eachother during the conflict (Image: GETTY)

Reuters revealed after this Indian National Security Adviser Ajit Doval spoke on a secure line to the head of Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence Asim Munir.

Mr Doval told Mr Munir that India was not going to back off its new campaign of “counter-terrorism“, according to Reuters.

According to Reuters Mr Doval’s office did not respond for a request to comment.