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Prime minister nice to see you sir thank you good to be reviewed and -- and welcome back to the United States -- -- fun talking and I -- -- last last when you hear mute.
Outlast -- very carefully to your speech and very carefully and that -- -- -- transcript of an enemy and it says.
That the -- community Internet that -- tried to diplomacy that hasn't worked.
That the community is applied sanctions and that hasn't worked either that there efforts to impose tougher sanctions but.
Iran's nuclear program continues in spite of that you said Iran's goal is to develop nuclear weapons.
And as prime minister you'll never Campbell -- security and Israel.
It sounds like war is inevitable.
Thought I don't think so and we've seen.
In fact that the wrong backed off from its nuclear program.
Its nuclear weapons pulled.
We only once beaten fifty -- for seniors and I've been.
Warning the world about the dangers of -- nuclear -- wrong.
And only -- -- back to where it was in 2003 when they thought there'd be a credible military.
Threat against them so in fact the paradoxes.
If they actually believe.
That they're -- affairs the military option.
That probably won't need them.
And I guess that's why I suppose that second offense Panetta's statements that a military options are on the table and -- Obama's statement as well is helpful to discourage Iran are.
I think these are important Eastern Conference that the containment.
-- -- nuclear wrong is not an option important statement just remember what what it means you try to contain.
A regime that is fostering terror worldwide that could use nuclear terror here and then the -- studio and report.
Dubious proposition -- I think all these things are important as.
Was approaching statement of something that is very true about the couple's.
What is rules all about it.
His role as a sovereign country.
Must have the ability to defend itself by itself against any -- and as a sovereign country we have the the right to decide to -- criminal defense.
Is payment disputes that though that -- really doesn't have a right to defend itself doesn't have a right.
To its sovereignty and out of -- sound is -- but -- right to defend yourself.
If you know to question notebook.
Of the assessment of when you have to activated.
I think that's -- real important thing I think the reiteration of that.
Basic proposition it's important.
I think it you can't repeat that to -- And a seven is eleven terms of preemptive it whether it do we preempt.
Iran taking nuclear action bill in Obama's Lindy go when they're at a time assemblyman.
Well I mean that.
Mean do people -- finished often in our history and huge Russian.
People tried -- stores.
Expected to destroy millions of Jews and the last entry.
We could do nothing about it because we -- to insolvency now there's still far they're still threatened to source this time registered as well.
And if necessary -- will act on difference I think it's very important to -- people that clearly.
And obviously this is something that is what helped the most the primaries the supreme responsibly.
The prime minister resort two.
To going to.
Fusion of the Jews the Jews who truly secure.
He -- but the Jewish -- but you also touched on last night that if Iran gets a nuclear.
Weapon obviously you're the direct wanna fire and Ahmadinejad has made very derogatory remarks of terrorists misstated his very ugly intentions towards Israel but it's it's a work.
-- and I -- being a diploma -- individuals should be wiped off the first of Europe.
Indeed and they're developing nuclear weapons to -- from our purpose.
Our product the total -- on the streets of -- most -- none other threaten your word about the ports world to their.
The double what it would mean if you want this this version radical regime chants death to America death to Israel.
That get their hands on nuclear bombs on the ball.
-- -- could use it against anyone of us.
Be that contribute to their terrorist boxers -- against anyone.
Three that could go threatened credible.
To block the straits of Hormuz which would sentenced these players will skyrocket.
Even remotely resembles what we have now and hope welcome to do because -- oil producers.
So you know these are things that could change the world public hinge of history we could move in another time we've never -- Some fear of of nuclear weapons.
Collusion that could act with such.
-- responsibility having those weapons of mass but I think this is something.
We should we should talk about it everybody talks about you.
You know the calls.
Taking action to stop people I think it's important start talking about -- cost.
Of not acting to stop it of the world in which vehicles -- -- -- -- and that.
But the -- Give the sense that other nations have that sense of of seriousness that you have about this issue -- bored you think that many nations -- we could still start talk her way out of this element.
I think I would like to send the wrong.
Agreed to dismantle its nuclear program for force them to do.
The pressures have been applied then principal.
Economic sanctions were -- wrong.
Economically we're gonna talk for a thousand this pressure -- -- -- haven't achieved.
The one goal that we just -- you won't stop the nuclear weapons or give any death of -- nuclear weapons program.
Suggestion we've -- who is doing developing news.
Underground -- with thousands of centrifuges.
To enrich -- Some underground nuclear facilities that do -- -- who do you -- Intercontinental ballistic missiles.
To carry one medical isotopes that's your explanation.
Absorbing these crippling sanctions I said yesterday that you know what do they -- remove it looks like good.
It walks like could.
-- -- -- It's a duck.
It's a nuclear and a I don't think anyone's shoes and the ones doing all -- all -- Huge investment picking these huge risks for even -- -- -- group.
And I think we we should recognize and sort of solution can -- -- and open it will to stop him notwithstanding.
Definitely hard and tough sanctions have been applause.
They're still going away on and by the way that's -- what I'm so.
That's what the international atomic and energy.
Agency we are you just said yesterday you published a report -- -- you want is continued.
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Forgot -- -- -- jobs picking people.
-- guided -- -- these facilities people who vote.
And international inspectors are actually monitors.
-- material there for -- uranium awful firebombs.
They're enriching uranium -- At a higher level two of them there.
-- nuclear weapons.
I think there's -- No question but I guess there's an accident and is one of the things that the more we talk and have diplomacy.
The -- a chance for them to do more to build more to develop more.
So -- of diplomacy does have its drawbacks that -- spending a lot of time talking if in the end.
They don't stop the program.
And the other problem too is that in in 2003.
-- weapons of mass destruction in Iraq there was so much certainty and it turned out that our intelligence was wrong on that so.
I'm trying to sort of balance -- -- well.
For sure there's no question he compares.
Him in the -- -- and rock.
A thousand Israelis -- when you discuss.
We didn't know.
We couldn't say that -- couldn't have.
Nuclear weapons program we've considered if they're good in the case of -- longer is -- -- And we share.
All that information we know the stock market in which -- we know.
Development -- civilians we know.
We know a lot more.
And we -- -- from from.
I don't think that's comparable to what's the -- how much time would work every day that passes makes it closer and closer does -- weeks and months -- years any idea look it was a lot further away fifteen years -- -- started talking about it we'll look for the -- ten years ago so we'll look forward for years ago with a walk forward.
Favre wants that are -- there and they're getting.
Close -- could they -- the talks.
-- even delivered you but -- we'll give them up and talks.
To do this -- to do -- but -- the continued to grow through the only way you'd actually get some results should adopt them to agree.
To freeze enrichment to -- all the enrich uranium there will be.
Enriched pick and wrong that's the stuff to -- balls that can be given if they wanna make medical isotopes can give them back.
Uranium that could serve that purpose of peaceful.
And that can dismantle -- underground facility that and from school home.
Which is well basically underground nuclear.
-- could do all then you have an indication that.
The talks of actually produce something about personally.
I think that the group involved -- who -- They -- -- and get away.
I -- expect -- first question because I don't see you know looking through the history antsy anything indicate that Ahmadinejad wants to do anything but.
Give trouble to -- lots of trouble to Israel.
And so I don't want government.
Well I in it it's a bit to big usually it's a big problem and it it Iraq it weapons.
Of mass destruction.
I know that I was a big problem for.
All of us not just you or not just Israel so it seems I guess I'm kind of -- How is that how -- it.
How is -- not inevitable or military action not inevitable and if the extreme sanctions were to be the least bit that there increased sanctions effective.
I would have to have other countries not cheating and violating -- sanctions.
One that's one of the problems too good news was so far we have gotten -- for all countries were born you were you able to stop them from -- countries haven't.
And and together and hasn't actually effective it's effective it's -- economy but it is not stop -- program one.
-- that's a fact.
Groups are common but and felt report editing right about -- the last 24 hours the sanctions aren't gonna affect their nuclear program well so far it hasn't and you know I think that we wouldn't.
Very strong sanctions would work as they were coupled with a clear.
Military option that the humans believed.
Would -- Probably that's that's -- supposed to know that they believe.
There's credible military -- that actually rose in Richmond and stop a program that's the short for a -- we had wanted to through.
We have an absence.
Could your country -- this military actual nominee as bush is CBS on the articles the last couple weeks and it's a look.
Others are leaks to the American press that -- would be an extraordinary military challenge to go -- and take these out can you do it.
You know and a mentor.
-- -- -- The reader that reader about the real.
Open -- -- And you assessment of what is what kind do what -- can -- -- operational problems.
-- In great detail well.
For me I don't talk about the rules so that -- have great concerns.
Well we don't have capabilities of human experience.
We're capable and.
He spent a long time president on an Oval Office.
Look at China -- Well I thought it was a very good -- in congress are from because it was opened.
It was honest between two leaders.
To allies great dialogue.
Those -- once -- instances.
Of profound importance to him as well.
I think America's alliance with the proposals were purports to non answers because when you look at the middle east of what what do you you know that many.
Let's all of -- more questions.
The -- excuses for cuts across -- our population.
You'll have people chanting.
Death to America you'll you'll.
People's and we wanna move away from on the -- that that's an island of stability and reliability and part of me news which is very.
I'm stable and reliable -- news for humans if and one -- -- pretenders.
Because these terrorists.
Know you walk on has.
And -- the floor.
Hundreds of well war.
It's -- kill American soldiers in Afghanistan in the wrong.
It's try to access from the Saudi ambassador to walk away from in Washington.
Its proxies Hezbollah through 241 Marines and Lebanon.
And you know god forbid such.
-- to review will have a comic bombs.
That would be a great threat to the United States to American lives to -- -- certain.
Two Americans -- for the supply of -- spoke hopeful in just a mass groups.
Nuclear arms -- some things that could turn them in recent to a new contender ball.
-- this is that this was arrested for it to the peace of the world to be screwed in my country certainly.
With the security of your country.
To the security -- -- -- into our world I think it's it's something that must be stopped records to us and even though people don't seem to.
Sometimes you know sometimes people don't you do injured coming through materials.
Churchill Coleman and and what -- called.
With the slumber of democracies some.
Democracies tend to sleep.
And woken him last moment.
Of -- World.
Truck and start sound jarring -- -- doing.
Disregarding all the dangers you fought with -- -- stop this dangerous from journalists but also understanding.
Consequences of not stop.
This could be so.
It could be a different world and one that we will regret that we lost as has happened.
War when I thought the United States Senator McCain for one has suggests that we shouldn't military intervention of some assistance in in Syria and I actually is serious sort of a gateway from Iran to Syria -- -- -- What's your view on that.
Well for -- there's a slaughter going on through true.
Despicable mean -- didn't carnage.
-- -- Machine -- And even more powerful weapons directed at civilians -- -- there's just slaughter.
Ball and I'm not sure that.
-- make sense for me was the prime minister was wrong.
To tell you what we should do or not do.
To stop and certainly what we should do because I'm not truth but that -- -- though will be hoping the very people.
So just I think what is going on there is abominable the Syria hope.
-- wrong guy and Iran is hoping -- can run as propping up.
A father and student told people there.
Proxy Hezbollah is -- -- in the slaughter.
So obviously there's there's this connection but if the Syrian regime changes.
And fall and the much.
Older than to -- more than.
That's not conservative stop the senators from spending the long marred.
I'm doing -- I mention -- -- -- to you sir thank you.