The Islamic Republic of Iran is reportedly closer than ever to achieving full nuclear capability as the country continues to escalate its enrichment of uranium by preparing to use advanced centrifuges at its underground Fordow nuclear facility.
Meanwhile, U.N. experts warn that the America-hating country now has sufficient material to construct a nuclear weapon.
The latest threatening development was contained in a United Nations nuclear watchdog report that was obtained by Reuters.
This report comes after the overwhelming majority of nations on the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) Board of Governors condemned Iran for failing to explain why uranium traces were found at sites Iran did not disclose.
“IAEA inspectors verified on Saturday that Iran was ready to feed uranium hexafluoride (UF6) gas, the material centrifuges enrich, into the second of two cascades, or clusters, of IR-6 centrifuges installed at Fordow, a site dug into mountain,” Reuters reported.
“Iran informed the IAEA on Monday that passivation of the cascade, a process that precedes enrichment and also involves feeding UF6 into the machines, had begun on Sunday.”
With the advanced centrifuge machines, Iran will be able to quickly ramp up production of the purity of uranium needed to produce nuclear weapons.
“At a different site, Iran is already enriching to up to 60%, close to the roughly 90% of weapons-grade and far above the 2015 deal’s cap of 3.67%,” the report added.
“In response to the Board of Governors’ resolution, Iran has ordered the removal of IAEA cameras installed under the 2015 deal and pressed ahead with the installation of IR-6 centrifuges at an underground plant at Natanz where the deal lets it enrich but only with far less efficient IR-1 machines.”
The IAEA said in a report late last month that was viewed by several publications that Iran’s stockpile of enriched uranium had reached a high enough level that they could now produce a nuclear weapon as Biden has failed disastrously in negotiations with Iran.
Negotiations have gone so bad, in fact, that multiple negotiators within Biden’s team have quit because they said that the president was being far too weak in dealing with Iran in nuclear negotiations.
Biden’s weakness towards Iran makes more sense when considering he has chosen people for his administration like, Special Envoy to Iran, Robert Malley, whose anti-Israel positions have been made very public along with statements such as saying that the terrorist groups Hamas and Hezbollah are simply misunderstood by the West.
Regarding the terrorist groups Hamas and Hezbollah, Malley has stated, “Hezbollah and Hamas, there’s so much misinformation about them. I speak to them and my colleagues speak to them. Now, we may disagree with them but they have their own rationality; that’s the one thing to understand.”
“These are not — none of them are crazies,” he continued. “They may do things that we may consider to belong to a different realm of rationality but within their own system, it’s often very logical.”
Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR), reacted harshly when reports indicated Biden would select Malley for his current post.
“It’s deeply troubling that President Biden would consider appointing Rob Malley to direct Iran policy,” he stated. “Malley has a long track record of sympathy for the Iranian regime & animus towards Israel. The ayatollahs wouldn’t believe their luck if he is selected.”