Former CIA officer Philip Giraldi discusses the very-delayed 2010 National Intelligence Estimate on Iran, the clouding of Iran’s clear NPT right to uranium enrichment for civilian nuclear power with talk about ambiguous “breakout” capabilities, the US rejection of Iran’s fair 3-party uranium swap proposal with Turkey and Brazil, how the constantly moving US diplomatic goalposts make it clear Iran’s nuclear program will never be tolerated and the warm Washington welcome for members of FBI-designated terrorist group MEK.
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Philip Giraldi, a former CIA officer, is a contributing editor to The American Conservative and executive director of the Council for the National Interest. He writes regularly for Antiwar.com.