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originally posted by: InvisibleOwl
a reply to: ketsuko
Throughout history enemies have become allies and enemies again. At this point I am all for Iran helping to kick they animals' asses.
NUMBER OF IRAN'S CENTRIFUGES SKYROCKETED ON OBAMA'S WATCH
Fox News reports that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) , the Arms Control Association, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and the Federation of American Scientists all agree that most of the centrifuges built by Iran occurred during the Obama Administration.
In late 2007 Iran had roughly 3,000 centrifuges. Reasonable assumptions would place the number of centrifuges Iran could build in the waning era of Bush’s presidency at slightly less than double that number, placing the total at about 5,000.
That means of the 19,000 centrifuges Iran possesses, almost 75% of them were installed during the Barack Obama era. Experts say that 10,000 of them are already enriching uranium to low levels.
originally posted by: CharlieSpeirs
Article quote >>>>>> give-them-everything-and-take-nothing negotiations
Article quote >>>>>> demand by Obama to halt all nuclear activity for at least 10 years
Well that, is surely a contradiction in terms.
originally posted by: MALBOSIA
Iran should just build them anyway. Screw what the US and especially Israel has to say. The ME needs balance and Israel is not bringing it.
Best BS argument I have heard from Israel's internet minions... "Israel doesn't need to declare their nukes, everyone knows they have have them, so what is the point?"
Yes, Israel's internet minions are THAT stupid.
Whom do you trust, Obama to not give away the farm (not telling any details of the negotiation) or Iran to keep to the ? contract by staying within/not stepping over the farms boundries?
originally posted by: Metallicus
Obama is a terrible President, but he is right to try and broker a peaceful nuclear weapons deal with Iran. I don't think force is the correct response to Iran's nuclear program. The US can't afford another war and the world can't afford for ANY nuclear weapons to be used.
Well Iran currently has troops and "advisors" in Syria and Iraq.
And I think Iranian troops are active in the recent attempt to take the Iraqi city of Tikrit Iraq.