Secretary Clinton Remarks on Nuclear Nonproliferation at University of Louisville

Posted by DipNote Bloggers
April 9, 2010
University of Louisville Remarks Replay

Update: Read the transcript of the Secretary's remarks here.

Secretary Clinton delivers remarks entitled “No Greater Danger: Protecting our Nation and Allies from Nuclear Terrorism and Nuclear Proliferation” at the University of Louisville as part of the McConnell Center's Spring Lecture Series on Friday, April 9 at 3:30 p.m. The remarks will be carried live on www.state.gov and here on DipNote.

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luther c.
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Texas, USA
April 9, 2010

Luther C. in Texas writes:

My opinion one in a million is there are worse threats then nuclear

Masood
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California, USA
April 9, 2010

Masood in California writes:

Lecture series is a great idea.

Richard W.
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California, USA
April 9, 2010

Richard W. in California writes:

What about Israel's nuclear program in Dimona?

Why is no mention made of Israel's secret nuclear weapons program that was run in secrecy? Israel isn't a signatory to the IAEA, they never have been inspected by them. Israel lied to US inspectors when Israel was making nuclear weapons, and the US turned around and defended them for this deception. The US is defending them now.

Mordechai Vanunu exposed this secret nuclear weapons program, and spent 18 years in prison for it, after being kidnapped from Rome by the Mossad. He spent 11 years in solitary confinement for telling the world.

Why is Iran condemned for POSSIBLY doing what Israel did, and why does Israel escape any criticism?

How can the United States be viewed as an honest negotiator in the Middle East, when they are so openly and obviously hypocrites? Who in the Middle East can respect the US government that follows a double standard so openly? The US government says they want democracy in Iraq, but they keep the Sa'ud Family i power, they overthrew the Iranian Democracy in 1953, they fund the Egyptian government.

When will the United States try to have some credibility in the region? What educated person can believe the United States rhetoric when history is quite clear?

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