posted on Apr, 11 2006 @ 07:32 PM
Originally posted by grimreaper797
how have we treated them like a country? like we treat other country?
Here is how:
Iran is recognized internationally as a state/nation by the US.
The US has diplomats in Iran.
The US government sends humanitarian aid when they have significant earthquakes.
Iran has a seat in the UN.
Iran, conclusively, is treated like a nation.
Your issue is with the pressure that is being placed upon them for going against the NPT?
Seems prudent, among international relations and the politics thereof.
face it we are singling them out.
"we" as in whom?
Just the US?
Might want to look beyond the US, as I pointed out previously.
obviously there are reasons for it, and depending on what side of the fence you stand they may be just. but dont be surprised when you get the simple
nature of action and reaction. you cant expect iran to not act when you act on them before known nuclear powers that have not been dealt with.
Pakistan and India have been dealt with. What all "dealt" with implies may not be to your liking. Apparently so.
and why did you bring europe in?
If you do a search within ATS or on any search engine, you will see why.
It was Europe that took the lead in trying to deal with Iran's nuclear program. They failed and handed it off to the US and the UN.
i dont care if they are more proactive, im stating what we should do, and thats treat them fairly at least.
"We" are treating them fairly.
All Iran has to do is stop violating the NPT, which they are still in violation of.
you watch every nation that got nuclear weapons and didnt care about nonproliferation, other then the newly entered korea, all these nations have say.
if they talk people listen. when iran and country like talk, they arent listened to. so why do they want them, look at the other countries that did
it, all coming up in the world.
Maybe you need to take your observations before the UN and the nations who are opposed to Iran's continued pursuance of their nuclear program?