Rather than rely on the media to tell you what the report contains, why not read it for yourselves:http://www.iaea.org/newscenter/focus/ia ... 011-65.pdf
My interpretation is that Iran quickly geared up deliverable weapons development with the news (from us) that Iraq had nuclear and biological weapons stockpiles squirreled away somewhere, but stood down when President Bush invaded Iraq on those very pretenses sold to the international public only to reveal it was a bluff by a tyrant.
I know some of our readers have difficulties with reading comprehension, so I will put it in simple time-line format.
1998: Neo-cons start testing the waters for their PR campaign push that Saddam is hiding "weapons of mass destruction" in his palaces.
1999: Iran starts looking at building deliverable nukes and how to develop those nukes.
2002: Andrew Card announces, "From a marketing point of view, you don't introduce new products in August.''
2003: America invades Iraq
2003: The world* discovers Iraq does not have "weapons of mass destruction"
2003: Iran ceases deliverable "weapons of mass destruction" development
*the world: meaning those outside the bubble of US propaganda
Vladimir Ilyich Lenin wrote:
The way to crush the bourgeoisie is to grind them between the millstones of taxation and inflation.
All Lebanese immigrants should be investigated.
The media will decide 'what is paraded around'