Why did President Bill Clinton personally approve giving Iran blueprints for part of a nuclear bomb?
Thanks to that traitorous act, Iran's unhinged short-version of Hitler in beard, Pres. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, is currently threatening to annihilate Israel and the U.S.---which will ultimately cause the U.S. to have to conduct another war to remove his crazy a$$ from power, along with those of the mad Hitlerian Mullahs in dresses.
One can only imagine what Adolf Hitler would have done with nuclear weapons if he had aquired them. But Ahmadinejad has loudly and repeatedly opened his mouth and removed all doubt as to what he plans to do with them. It's part of his fanatical mother-of-all-jihads to prepare for the return of one Shi'ia version of "the prophet."
The only mystery left is how fast he can aquire nuclear weapons and use them. For, use them he will---given half a chance.
The world community can't afford to just sit around on its hands, while Iran develops WMD---hoping, up to the last moment when Iran is down to the only missing piece, that it won't be able to get the little button to set the suckers off.
Read about it below and here.
"Bill Clinton Aided Iran in Quest for Nukes"
"In a hairbrained scheme that was personally approved by then-President Clinton, the CIA deliberately gave Iranian physicists blueprints for part of a nuclear bomb that likely helped Tehran advance its nuclear weapons development program.
The allegation, detailed recently in the book "State of War," by New York Times reporter James Risen, comes as the Iranian nuclear crisis turns white hot, with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad boasting ominously on Wednesday that his nation has joined the world's nuclear club.
Reports Risen: "It's not clear who originally came up with the idea [to give Tehran nuclear blueprints], but the plan was first approved by Clinton."
Beginning in February 2000, the CIA recruited a Russian scientist who had defected to the US years earlier. His mission: Take the nuclear blueprints to Vienna to sell them - or simply give them - to the Iranian representatives for the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Risen said the Clinton-approved plan ended up handing Tehran "one of the greatest engineering secrets in the world, providing the solution to one of a handful of problems that separated nuclear powers such as the United States and Russia from rogue countries such as Iran that were desperate to join the nuclear club but had so far fallen short."
He noted that thanks to the bizarre operation, Iran could now "leapfrog one of the last remaining engineering hurdles blocking its path to a nuclear weapon."
Ironically, Risen's New York Times has declined to cover Mr. Clinton's Iranian debacle...."