Scott Horton Interviews Gareth Porter

Scott Horton, January 10, 2010

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Gareth Porter, independent historian and journalist for Inter Press Service, discusses the Iran “nuclear trigger” documents published in the Times of London that are only remade excerpts of an unknown original, how Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh went from university lecturer to purported head of Iran’s nuclear weapons program, loss of US interest in diplomacy with Iran while internal strife makes regime change possible and how Iran is purposefully creating uncertainty about its nuclear facilities to deter airstrikes against them.

MP3 here. (52:07)

Gareth Porter is an independent historian and journalist. His articles appear on Counterpunch, Huffington Post, Inter Press Service News Agency and Antiwar.com.

2 Responses to “Gareth Porter”

  1. How embarrassing that the zionists pull the nazi-card every time they are losing a debate. :/

  2. WMD were not found in Iraq and the 2007 NIE stated Iran gave up any intentions of a nuclear program in 2003, but the US did find WMD in the underpants of a disgruntled Nigerian.

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