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eric84
10-20-2009, 05:26 PM
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/10/20/AR2009102000533.html?hpid=moreheadlines

I mean seriously, how many times have they stalled now? Some reports indicate a possibility of a nuke within 3 months to a year away. If the United States was in such defiance of the UN(they are a joke I know), Russia and China would be all over us, including most of the rest of the world. And regardless if your for the Israel/US alliance, if I was Israel there is no way I would let this happen, and yet they have their hands tied because the rest of the world would jump all over them for trying to defend themselves. Anyone else have any thoughts about this, maybe ideas they think should happen, or any reasons why my viewpoint is crazy?

Crisco
10-20-2009, 05:31 PM
War is inevitable.

Israel will not allow Iran to have nuclear weapons no matter the cost.

They will defy Obama and bomb the **** out of Iran. I hope by then we have a real President who truly stands by his REAL allies.

flo
10-20-2009, 05:56 PM
Israel will not allow Iran to have nuclear weapons no matter the cost.

Yeah, she can't. Thank goodness she has a strong leader right now that will be able to make the best choices for Israel's survival.

What was it, 3 or 4 years ago when the IAEA and the UN set a deadline of August for Iran to go no further with it's pursuit of enriched uranium? What a joke that was. This is a regime that will use nuclear force to "wipe Israel off the map", they've said it numerous times, I have no doubt that they mean it.

Here's a good article detailing Iran's latest smoke and mirrors:
http://www.cbc.ca/world/story/2009/10/20/iran-nuclear-talks-france.html

rockdawg21
10-20-2009, 07:05 PM
Eh, they don't bother me, I just don't like their gas prices or their leadership. Iranians themselves are cool people. You can get really good raisins, nuts, and Shabhaz leather from Iran. :wink:

eric84
10-20-2009, 08:00 PM
I don't mean necessarily the Iranian people as a whole, as we have seen recently they don't all believe the exact same way as far as politics. It's the government, and the other countries of the world who give them special treatment because of trade. You could also say Israeli's can get nukes from them too, delivered via explosion... not very cool.

Tyburn
10-20-2009, 09:42 PM
War is inevitable.

Israel will not allow Iran to have nuclear weapons no matter the cost.

They will defy Obama and bomb the **** out of Iran. I hope by then we have a real President who truly stands by his REAL allies.

Exactly

We need not worry, because Israel will not tollerate Iran as a Nuclear power, and they have some of the best intelligence on the Planet.

When they feel that Iran is close, they will do an airstrike as they have done before...there wont be a war, it will be swift in, blow up reactor, out, and Iran will be pissed off, but unable to retaliate with no Nukes...and noone will condemn Israel :laugh:

Tyburn
10-20-2009, 09:43 PM
Yeah, she can't. Thank goodness she has a strong leader right now that will be able to make the best choices for Israel's survival.

What was it, 3 or 4 years ago when the IAEA and the UN set a deadline of August for Iran to go no further with it's pursuit of enriched uranium? What a joke that was. This is a regime that will use nuclear force to "wipe Israel off the map", they've said it numerous times, I have no doubt that they mean it.

Here's a good article detailing Iran's latest smoke and mirrors:
http://www.cbc.ca/world/story/2009/10/20/iran-nuclear-talks-france.html

YES...its a power share with Benjamin Netanyaho isnt it!! We dont need to worry about Iran ever again :laugh:

flo
10-20-2009, 10:39 PM
YES...its a power share with Benjamin Netanyaho isnt it!! We dont need to worry about Iran ever again :laugh:
???

flo
10-20-2009, 10:45 PM
Iranians themselves are cool people. I only personally know 2 Iranians, one has been living in Denmark for the past several years and was afraid to go home for his mother's funeral a year ago as he is now considered an "expat".

I think they are brave people who deserve basic liberties and freedoms. I will never forget all the exceptional people (many of whom died, like Neda!!) that gave it their best shot in protests, day after day, following the phony reelection of Ahmadinejad. I wondered at the time if I would be that brave and I don't know that I would. I support those people with all my heart.

Tyburn
10-20-2009, 10:51 PM
???

Benjamin was a hardliner of solid Israeli stock. One of the very best they've had, now he's back in a powersharing deal with another Israeli party...he's a hardliner...he wont be soft about threats...if he sees Iran as a threat, he will neutralize them in less then the time it takes for Obama to blink :laugh: