Thursday, July 29, 2010

Cabal associated with Pakistan's nuclear program being contacted by many smaller governments

Eli Lake, in a story today (July 29) in the Washington Times, reports that a number of governments are trying to contact members of a cabal associated with Pakistan’s nuclear weapons scientist Abdul Qadeer Kahn. These governments include Brazil, Myanmar, Iran, North Korea, Syria and the Sudan. US intelligence is quite concerned that rogue states may want to have the ability to construct nuclear weapons or to pass them on to potential actors like Al Qaeda. The members are said to be being lured out of “retirement”.

The link for the Washington Times story is here.

The story is provocative since it appears so soon after the opening of the film “Countdown to Zero”.

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