Charging Round Destroyed Nuclear Coop

Charging round Destroyed Nuclear Chicken Coop,

Ran All of ElBaradei’s United Nations Group,

Hoping somehow they could get a Scoop,

But Syrians Cleared Chicken Poop!

So all Round a Chicken Coop,

The UN Chased a Weasel,

Poof goes all the Poop!

Chicken, that Is,

Or Nuclear!

June 26, 2008

The current f arce just completed in Syri

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a brought back to mind a toy I once played with as a very young child. It was one of the first tasks that tested my motor skills.

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I would turn the handle round and round on the side of a jack-in-the-box and suddenly Jack the clown would “pop” up out of it to the tune of “Pop Goes the Weasel.”

The following description I looked up today and found it in Wikipedia:

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“Pop Goes the Weasel” is a jig, often sung as a nursery rhyme, that dates back to 17th century England, and was spread across the Empire by colonists.

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The song is also associated with jack-in-the-box toys (when the song gets to “pop” the “jack” pops up). The tune or melody is as follows, or a variation:

There are many different versions of the lyrics to the song.

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All around the Mulberry Bush,
The monkey chased the weasel.
The monkey stopped to pull up his sock,
Pop! Goes the weasel.

End Quote

My jack-in-the-box left out the third verse!

After some 10 months, which was triple the amount of time required to remove the evidence, Syria has allowed the ElBaradei Inspectors entry to inspect the tight little area where their Korean directed plutonium facility once existed. If anything tangible happens to be discovered, the age of miracles is not past.

The following Blog was issued less than a month after the September air strike against Syria’s northern facility in 2007.

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Israeli Strike on Syria reveals High Level Jaw Dropping Surprise!

October 9, 2007

The three articles from the Jerusalem Center for Public Information – Daily Affairs, October 8, reveals ‘jaw dropping’ surprise on the part of the United States, Secretary of State Rice’s objection to the strike, the fallacy of trusting North Korea of sticking to her promise to abandon nuclear development, and a genuine attempt of Syria to develop nuclear weapons.

Begin ABC News Excerpt

High Level Debate Stalled Syria Air Strike

Martha Raddatz

The September Israeli airstrike on a suspected nuclear site in Syria had been in the works for months and was delayed only at the strong urging of the U.S. In early July the Israelis presented the U.S. with satellite imagery they said showed a nuclear facility in Syria, plus additional evidence that showed some of the technology was supplied by North Korea.

One U.S. official said the material was “jaw dropping” because it raised questions as to why U.S. intelligence had not previously picked up on the facility, which had likely been there for months if not years.

A senior U.S. official said the Israelis planned to strike during the week of July 14 and in secret high-level meetings American officials argued over how to respond to the intelligence. Some in the administration supported the Israeli action, but others, notably Secretary of State Rice, did not. (ABC News)

Begin Washinton Post Excerpt

North Korean Mystery – Jim Hoagland

Why is President Bush accepting the promises of a regime he has regularly excoriated – at a time when officials in his administration make a credible case that North Korea has just been caught helping Syria with nuclear technology

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? Highly classified U.S. intelligence reports say that the Israeli raid in Syria last month destroyed a nuclear-related facility and caused North Korean casualties at the site, which may have been intended to produce plutonium, according to a senior official with access to those reports.

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The Israelis have provided the U.S. with photographs, physical material and soil samples from the site – taken both before and after the raid – according to two independent sources.

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(Washington Post)

Begin Sunday Times-UK Excerpt

U.S. Intelligence: Syria Had Centrifuges for Enriching Uranium

Sarah Baxter

According to U.S. intelligence, Syria is believed to have received centrifuges for producing enriched uranium from the Khan network several years ago, prompting the CIA to report to Congress in 2004 that it viewed “Syrian nuclear intentions with growing concern.” (Sunday Times-UK)

Begin Current DEBKAfile Excerpt

Exclusive: Syrians and UN nuclear inspectors play hide and seek

June 26, 2008, 11:10 AM (GMT+02:00)

DEBKAfile’s military and intelligence sources report that the three-man International Atomic Energy Agency team which inspected the El Kibar site bombed by Israel last September, returned to Vienna Wednesday, June 25, with soil and building materials samples gathered secretly without Syrian knowledge. From the Syrians they received different samples said to have been collected at a site which they insisted was a military facility under construction.

During their four days in the country, Olli Heinonen, IAEA deputy director and leading negotiator with the Iranian authorities, and his team interviewed Syrian army officers and men presented by Damascus as having been employed at the facility. They denied it was a nuclear reactor and possessing nuclear credentials themselves. But, according to DEBKAfile’s intelligence sources, the inspectors countered with their own list of officers, scientists and technicians – not only Syrians, but also Iranians and North Koreans employed in building the facility.

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The Syrian side denied this and refused the inspectors permission to interview people on their list.

Last week, British, German and Israeli publications released new information from Israeli intelligence sources according to which the El Kibar reactor was intended to be a component of Iran’s nuclear program. Iran’s use of plutonium in its weapons projects was to be concealed by having it produced in Syria.

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Wednesday, June 25, the London daily, the Guardian, quoted an adviser to Israel’s national security council as saying: “The Iranians were involved in the Syrian programme.

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The idea was that the Syrians produce plutonium and the Iranians get their share. Syria had no reprocessing facility for the spent fuel. It’s not deduction alone that brings almost everyone to think that the link exists” – implying that Israel had evidence.

DEBKAfile adds: War tensions between Israel and Iran have shot up in the last few days on the strength of reported Israeli preparations for an attack on Iran’s nuclear installations.

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By linking Syria’s destroyed reactor to Iran’s nuclear program, Israeli officials were saying in effect that the attack on an Iranian nuclear installation had already taken place …in Syria.

End DEBKAfile Excerpt

After Ten Months of Cleanup and being extremely Illusive

Everyone Knew the UN Report would be Inconclusive

The Islamic plan is always to be most Confusing

Begin Jerusalem Post Excerpt’s Conclusion

Inspectors: Syria probe ‘Inconclusive’

June 26, 2008

Associated Press , THE JERUSALEM POST

Syria’s vice president said Wednesday his country allowed UN nuclear inspectors to visit a site in the remote eastern desert allegedly destroyed by IAF jets last year to prove that US allegations of a covert Syrian nuclear program were false.

Farouk al-Sharaa said however that the International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors would not be allowed to probe beyond the Al Kibar site, despite a UN request to visit three other suspect locations.

His comments in an interview with the Hizbullah-owned Al Manar TV station were the first from Syria on the four-day visit by the IAEA team, which ended Wednesday.

A senior UN atomic inspector told reporters Wednesday upon his return to Vienna, Austria, the site of IAEA headquarters, that his team’s initial probe of US allegations was inconclusive and required further checks.

Olli Heinonen, a deputy director general of the agency said he was satisfied with what was achieved on his three-day trip but “there is still work that needs to be done” in follow

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ing up on the claims that Syria was hiding elements of a potential nuclear arms program.

He met in the Syrian capital with officials in charge of the nation’s nuclear program and senior generals to discuss Syrian claims that the building flattened by the IAF was a non-nuclear military facility.

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With Syrian authorities imposing a virtual news blackout on his trip, few details of the visit had surfaced beyond the fact that Syrian authorities had allowed the three-man inspecting team to visit the Al Kibar site targeted in September.

“They (inspectors) have rights to visit only the concerned site,” al-Sharaa said in the interview Wednesday. He said Syria agreed to the inspection “to prove that their (US) allegations are false and untrue.”

He suggested, however, that even confidence in Syria’s innocence may not be enough to head off a prolonged inspection process because of “the experience of other countries.” He was apparently referring to the UN agency’s protracted probe during former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein’s rule, which did not turn up any evidence of Iraq having had weapons of mass destruction as the US alleged.

Al-Sharaa said Syria wants the Middle East to be a nuclear-free region on condition that Israel also be subjected to monitoring and international inspections.

He said Syria would employ certain “political and diplomatic” methods at the UN Security Council and with the IAEA in case the agency insists on a prolonged nuclear probe and visiting more sites. He did not elaborate or say what they were.

Damascus strongly denies US allegations that it is involved in any nuclear activities and fears the accusations could be used by Washington to rally international pressure against it.

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The IAEA visit is billed as a fact-finding mission, but if inspectors uncover evidence of a nascent nuclear program, it could mark the start of a massive investigation similar to the agency’s five-year probe into Iran’s activities. It could also draw in countries such as North Korea, which W

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ashington claims helped Damascus and Iran.

The IAEA has little formal inspection rights in Syria, which has declared only a rudimentary nuclear program using a small 27-kilowatt reactor for research and the production of isotopes for medical and agricultural uses.

Heinonen declined to tip his cards on what he and his team had been able to see and do beyond acknowledging that they were able to take environmental samples in the area designed to capture traces of material that were likely spread over a large area by Israeli ordinance.

“We achieved what we wanted on this first trip,” he said. “We continue our discussions, we took the samples we need to take and now it’s time to analyze them and also look at the information we got from Syria.”

“We will see in the days and weeks what will happen next,” he said when asked about the chances of a follow-up visit.

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