Mohamed ElBaradei Head of the IAEA feels that we are all over reacting, after all Iran is six to twelve months from having enough nuclear fuel to produce a bomb. ONLY SIX to TWELVE Months? And He doesn’t have a problem with that? Of course not..the IAEA Head might be trying to sabotage the entire Iran sanction process. Why would he do that”?:
• Revenge: In 2005, the Bush Administration opposed his selection for a third term as director-general, but they failed to get much support in the Board of Governors. El-Baradei’s support of Iran is the most effective form of retaliation against the United States.
• Its Easier than a confrontation: El-Baradei may have chosen what he sees as the path of least resistance by acquiescing to Iran’s aspirations to become a nuclear power. This was also the dominant view in Europe, at least until the rise of Ahmadinejad and the realization that stable deterrence based on the U.S.-Soviet Cold War model was not applicable to a nuclear-armed Iran
• Trying to Prevent a US attack: After having failed to prevent the U.S. invasion of Iraq, the IAEA’s director-general may now be overcompensating by embracing the Iranian claims in the hope of preventing a military attack on Iran. His angry reaction to unconfirmed reports that Israel destroyed a North Korean-built nuclear reactor in Syria, and the demand that information on NPT violations be provided to the IAEA for action, can also be understood as an attempt to salvage the agency’s severely damaged reputation. But if this is El-Baradei’s objective, his complicity in the Iranian effort to acquire nuclear weapons and the obvious attempt to cover-up the evidence is counterproductive. The further that Iran advances, the higher the probability of confrontation and military action in the year. In fact the IAEA Chief has threatened to resigned if there is an attack (see video below):