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U.S. rejected in push for sanctions against Iran

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posted on Sep, 17 2005 @ 06:13 PM
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Originally posted by NR
eerrm they wouldnt say WTF because they had the warning but this looks childish, anyways we know this will never happen so lets stick with the topic.


Yea i know, Iran wouldn't want to make the first strike, or things wouldn't be pretty. Destorying a carrier would cost 5000 american lives... and that would mean all out war which not good. of course, if they can even destory a Carrier Battle Group.




posted on Sep, 17 2005 @ 06:22 PM
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Iran is known to have loads of anti ship missiles from china and russia
and ships are confined to a small part of the gulf
so they would be easy targets


NR

posted on Sep, 17 2005 @ 06:23 PM
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Originally posted by ulshadow

Originally posted by NR
eerrm they wouldnt say WTF because they had the warning but this looks childish, anyways we know this will never happen so lets stick with the topic.


Yea i know, Iran wouldn't want to make the first strike, or things wouldn't be pretty. Destorying a carrier would cost 5000 american lives... and that would mean all out war which not good. of course, if they can even destory a Carrier Battle Group.


actually they can if they want to but we gaved so many warnings to U.S if you cross our teritory than you will be knocked out, so it couldnt be a war despite all of those warnings, what makes you think a sub cant destroy a carrier?.



posted on Sep, 17 2005 @ 06:24 PM
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Originally posted by bodrul
Iran is known to have loads of anti ship missiles from china and russia
and ships are confined to a small part of the gulf
so they would be easy targets


Ture, it would be a good test on how good the US anti-missle defences are on their ships and on carrier battle groups.


NR

posted on Sep, 17 2005 @ 06:34 PM
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Originally posted by bodrul
Iran is known to have loads of anti ship missiles from china and russia
and ships are confined to a small part of the gulf
so they would be easy targets



mostly sunburn missiles and silkworm but we re-engineered silkworm and sunburn would probably would be used on important targets, anyways i dont want this to be a thread full of flaming so lets keep it civil/clean.


NR

posted on Sep, 17 2005 @ 06:34 PM
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Originally posted by bodrul
Iran is known to have loads of anti ship missiles from china and russia
and ships are confined to a small part of the gulf
so they would be easy targets



mostly sunburn missiles and silkworm but we re-engineered silkworm and sunburn would probably be used on important targets, anyways i dont want this to be a thread full of flaming so lets keep it civil/clean.


[edit on 17-9-2005 by NR]



posted on Sep, 17 2005 @ 07:04 PM
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as posted by NR
Well iran is still in the league and it just looks more and more hopeless for U.S trying to pushward sanction against us, its better if you stick along with it or hell it be better if you now ccoperate more with Iran and possibly make allies.

Don't think so.
Read below.

"Rejected"?
Does anyone here actually think that Russia and Putin run the UN?
The issue of sanctions against Iran has yet to be brought before the UN Security Council.

As such, the US was not "rejected".
Hey! Maybe some of you can get Russia and Putin to reject the UK, as well?


Britain will lead a drive to have Iran referred to the UN security council, with the possibility of sanctions being imposed if the newly elected hardline president does not stop uranium enrichment or restart negotiations with Europe and America. Reflecting the level of concern about Iran's intentions, foreign secretary Jack Straw was due to meet President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad yesterday on the sidelines of the United Nations summit to try to resolve the stand-off. Mr Straw was making a joint approach with French prime minister Dominique de Villepin and German foreign minister Joschka Fischer.

Britain leads threat to impose nuclear sanctions on Iran

Furthermore:


President Bush and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia tried to play down some obvious differences between them today, declaring that they agreed on the importance of keeping Iran and North Korea free of nuclear weapons. "We both, we have the same goal," Mr. Bush said as he stood beside the Russian leader. "We don't want the Iranians to have nuclear weapons, and we don't want the North Koreans to have nuclear weapons. We talked about ways to achieve those goals."

Bush and Putin Stand Side by Side on North Korea and Iran

As for the reason(s) behind the so-claimed Russian rejection: money through arms sales, etc.
Hence Russia's determination to play both sides of the fence while enhancing it's relationship with Iran.
Russia is counting on continued strengthening of relations with Iran

"Rejected"? Riiiight.....read between the lines people.





seekerof

[edit on 17-9-2005 by Seekerof]



posted on Sep, 17 2005 @ 07:15 PM
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Im making a prediction. That nuclear plant is going to be built in the name of third world electrical power, and its going to get taken out just as Iraqs did way back in the past.

Just because a country has a nuclear plant doenst mean they are building nuclear bombs. America is learning that energy for everyone is getting more expensive. Did it ever occure to you that building a nuclear power plant would provide cheaper power?

Of course not. Because every black guy that owns a gun in LA is a gang member just as every man wearing a towel on his head is a terrorist.

Its the nuclear enrichment process that requires the facilitys and the money and the technology.

Ask yourself this potential question: If Iran was to build a nuclear bomb. Assuming thay could, and it was somehow carried to an American city and detonated. How long, do you think Irans nuclear fascilities would stay in place? Wed have so many ICBMS heading there it wouldnt be funny.

But then look at the fallout from that. You nuke Iran, and now everyone around them is going to be radiated. You see how this is a no win for anyone? America is in an unattackable military position and terrorism is proving to be the only way to strike. But in our efforts to stop potential attacks, we are alienating ourselve diplomaticaly around the world.

Irans nuclear potential as a threat isnt, just as India and Pakistan isnt, and we know that Pakistan houses terrosists.

Peace



posted on Sep, 19 2005 @ 08:53 AM
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Originally posted by NR

mostly sunburn missiles and silkworm but we re-engineered silkworm and sunburn would probably be used on important targets, anyways i dont want this to be a thread full of flaming so lets keep it civil/clean.


[edit on 17-9-2005 by NR]
Onyx missiles too. Iran could launch them without even leaving their own airspace. No subs required.



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