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Not long before Natanz hit, Iran announced it had started up advanced centrifuges

This action doesn’t appear as threatening after the explosion at the Natanz nuclear facility, but it makes the Iranian attentions clear (in case anyone is still uncertain at this point as to what they are). The mullahs know that they have Old Joe and his handlers in their pocket. They can enrich uranium all they want, and construct as many nuclear weapons as they want, and Biden’s handlers will shower billions on them and enable their nuclear program every step of the way. As far as America is concerned, the mullahs have nothing to worry about anymore; it’s all smooth sailing ahead. With Israel, it’s another story.

“Iran Starts Up Advanced Centrifuges In New Nuclear Deal Breach,” NDTV, April 10, 2021:

Tehran, Iran: Iran announced Saturday it has started up advanced uranium enrichment centrifuges in a breach of its undertakings under a troubled 2015 nuclear deal, days after talks on rescuing it got underway.

President Hassan Rouhani officially inaugurated the cascades of 164 IR-6 centrifuges and 30 IR-5 devices at Iran’s Natanz uranium enrichment plant in a ceremony broadcast by state television….

Iran’s latest move to step up uranium enrichment follows an opening round of talks Tuesday with representatives of the remaining parties to the nuclear deal on bringing the United States back into the deal….

The Vienna talks are focused not only on lifting crippling economic sanctions Trump reimposed, but also on bringing Iran back into compliance after it responded by suspending several of its own commitments.

All sides said the talks, in which Washington is not participating directly but has the European Union as intermediary, had got off to a good start.

The IR-5 and IR-6 centrifuges allow uranium to be enriched more quickly and in greater amounts than the Iran’s first generation devices, which are the only ones that the 2015 deal allows it to use.

Rouhani again underlined at the ceremony, which coincided with Iran’s National Nuclear Technology Day, that Tehran’s nuclear programme is solely for “peaceful” purposes

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