Scott Horton Interviews Gareth Porter

Scott Horton, June 07, 2012

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Gareth Porter, investigative historian and journalist specializing in U.S. national security policy, discusses his article “US Rejected 2005 Iranian Offer Ensuring No Nuclear Weapons;” the Bush administration’s hardline stance against even a single Iranian centrifuge; how the MEK “laundered” Israeli intelligence on the Natanz facility, providing enough disinformation for years of anti-Iran propaganda; and Iran’s offer to have all its low-enriched uranium converted into fuel-rods, which cannot be used to make nuclear weapons.

MP3 here. (19:02)

Gareth Porter is an investigative historian and journalist specializing in U.S. national security policy. The paperback edition of his latest book, Perils of Dominance: Imbalance of Power and the Road to War in Vietnam, was published in 2006.

6 Responses to “Gareth Porter”

  1. Thank you Gareth Porter for once again giving us the rarely uncovered facts about the Iran nuclear issue. If it wasn't for you we would all be in the dark.

  2. Bloody effects of a problem — Never illuminate the root cause

    A problem has three parts, root cause, effects and solution, so why is it that corporate owned mainstream media never says a word about the root cause or solution? Why only the bloody effects do they feed into our mind, day in and day out only the mind numbing and miserable effects?

    Its called a smokescreen, something that blinds the mind by burning the emotions.

  3. If you want to understand the rationale behind such policies, just read the US foreign policies blueprint written in 1974 by Kissinger.

    A copy can be found here: http://www.lifesitenews.com/waronfamily/nssm200/n

  4. Since 1945 when we nuke terrorized the world, wealth of the upper half of America has grown exponentially, astronomical and to the point that they now hoard a forth of all the wealth on planet earth. So, why is it that we in the lower half of society have not the $35 needed to get a sick kid into the doctor’s office?

  5. Very good article. Thanks for sharing

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