Atomic Iran: How the Terrorist Regime Bought the Bomb and American Politicians
Recorded on April 4, 2005
Location: The Heritage Foundation's Lehrman Auditorium
With the reconstruction in Iraq under way and the distraction of
the U.S. presidential election behind us, focus will once again
turn to a gathering threat - The Islamic Republic of Iran. A
charter member of the "axis of evil," this rogue terrorist state
and the mullahs who govern it are on a collision course with
American and European governments that seek to end its development
of nuclear weapons. In Atomic Iran, Jerome Corsi uncovers
the true intentions and practices of the Iranian regime and gives
light to the aid and comfort being supplied by some key U.S.
politicians. Dr. Corsi warns that a nuclear Iran would devastate
the Middle East through its tyrannical policies and threats and
would have a significant impact on the world by using its control
of 40 percent of the global oil supply to hold nations hostage with
oil prices rising to over $100 and even $200 per barrel.
Atomic Iran is a wake-up call to Americans. It is a call
to pay attention to the growing crisis with Iran and to hold U.S.
politicians accountable for their relationships with and efforts on
behalf of the Iranian regime. By understanding the events that led
to Iran's arrival at the verge of nuclear statehood, the intentions
of the mullahs, their connection with American politicians, and the
severe repercussions to be suffered from allowing the regime to
proceed with its plans, readers will be equipped to take the debate
to their local communities and to the officials they have entrusted
with their safety and security.
JEROME R. CORSI, PH.D., co-author of the New York Times
#1 bestseller, Unfit for Command, received his Ph.D.
from Harvard University and is an expert on America's antiwar
movement and political violence.