VIENNA - Iran has invited Russia, China, the European Union and its allies among the Arab and developing world to tour its nuclear sites, in an apparent move to gain support ahead of a new round of talks with six world powers.
The UN Security Council has always been suspicious of Iran's nuclear program and considered its avowed intention of building nuclear reactors for domestic energy to be a front to its main intention of leaving neighbouring enemies mere stains on the crust of the earth. Meanwhile, America religiously goes ahead with its own nuclear research in the hope of minituarizing nuclear bombs so that they can be "cheaply transported just like mobile phones" (Scientist, Hu Will Givashit, Nuclear Research Institute).
It is not yet known if these will be sold to undeveloped countries or whether the home market may be more profitable. Liberals say they should be freely available for anyone to purchase with an ordinary gun license. Senator Franz Mortmens of Indiana suggested that "we could do "specials", ya know - buy one get one free?" This has yet to be ratified by Congress but has so far been greeted with quiet approval by Republicans.