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The Syrian nuclear program has been around for 40 years, Cirincione said.
"It is a basic research program built around a tiny 30 kilowatt reactor that produced a few isotopes and neutrons. It is no where near a program for nuclear weapons or nuclear fuel," he said.
Over a dozen countries have helped Syria develop its nuclear program, including Belgium, Germany, Russia, China and even the United States, by way of training of scientists, he said.
It's called doing a little digging.DT, how interesting that you are coming up with the information on the Scud parts, when two days ago you were questioning the IAF raid all together. Please explain.
No, actually you were questioning the entire raid. How is it that you have access to the movement schedules of supposed ballistic missile parts? Got a connection in the Syrian Government?
And of course you believe everything you read. .
I only have one thing to add to the hole you are digging for yourself DT:So do you... if it comes from Fox News.
So the missing Iraqi WMDs are still in Syria, right? Or was it Lebannon, I forget. Did you ever share this info with the President? He stopped insisting we'd find the WMDs a long time ago. I'm sure he'd be thrilled to hear that you know where they went.
If you are doing a great thing why need to brag? Please stop acting like a child by saying "LOOK AT ME IMMA TRAININ FIGHTERS LOL". Take pride it in but don't brag, its not becoming.Once again DT, taking a page from your sidekick MB, you shouldn't go assuming what periodicals and media coverage people take in. Actually, I do quite a bit of reading on line when I'm not out training Afghanis. Oh, that's right I'm doing the things that you read about, and your still living with Mom and Dad.
Again, the replacement substance and reason with insults and denigration.As I mentioned to your juvenile sidekick MB, why don't you hop a plane to Dubai, then up to Kabul, so you can experience what you pontificate so loudly about for real. Duh, silly me, you don't have the skill sets that anyone out here needs.
We don't want to change the world, we want to change America. Sorry, we don't sign on to the neo-conservative/liberal foreign policy of intervention.No bragging son. Just doing what I've done for the last twenty five years. Ya see, there's a distinct difference between those who do (and have done in the past) and those haven't/can't/won't/want everyone else to do the dirty work. You and your little friend sit behind the computer and pontificate about how you would change the world, without accomplishing anything.
You could changing things, or you could be screwing it up. In the end it isn't your fault, its the fault of the policy makers.There are a lot of us out here who are changing things, and we find your kind of people rather repulsive and inane.
You can start small too. First, try removing your head from up your arse.Son, a campaign of changing things, when your total life experience amounts to zip impresses no one but yourself and your delusions. How about starting off small. Try first moving out of your folk's house.
Shouldn't you be doing your job?Oh that was witty. Didn't DT get back with you with a more original line? BTW, it's morning here in Kabul, so it must be passed your bedtime wherever you are. Don't want Mom to take away your X-Box privileges.
You know I've kind of sat back and just laughed at your stupidity and close-mindedness. You really should try listening to people that voice different opinions of yours."Lazy butt?". Well, if you knew anything about other cultures, you would realize that Friday is the Islamic day of rest.