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posted on Dec, 20 2006 @ 08:19 AM
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While their overt stance is that they oppose Israel, they all work towards the denigration of western values and co-ordinate their military actions. They do defy Israel whenever they can, but clandestinely they are all at war with the U.S.A. and Europe. Iran is funnelling money to al-Qaeda fighters in Iraq, Hamas in Palestine and Hezbollah in Lebanon and Syria. Iran is thus trying to build satellite states in the middle-east with the aim of expanding its theocratic regime, not to mention gain control of more oil. Even when these entities do not communicate directly, it is understood that they are fighting toward a common violent goal. The Iran is the head of this formidable organization. They will continue to wreak havoc in the middle east and the with the help of al-Qaeda type terrorists in the west. Therefore any military action against Iran must be aimed not only at their nuclear facilities but at the state regime itself, the most powerful backer of terrorists in the world.




posted on Dec, 20 2006 @ 08:51 AM
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Originally posted by Prokurator
While their overt stance is that they oppose Israel, they all work towards the denigration of western values and co-ordinate their military actions. They do defy Israel whenever they can, but clandestinely they are all at war with the U.S.A. and Europe. Iran is funnelling money to al-Qaeda fighters in Iraq, Hamas in Palestine and Hezbollah in Lebanon and Syria. Iran is thus trying to build satellite states in the middle-east with the aim of expanding its theocratic regime, not to mention gain control of more oil. Even when these entities do not communicate directly, it is understood that they are fighting toward a common violent goal. The Iran is the head of this formidable organization. They will continue to wreak havoc in the middle east and the with the help of al-Qaeda type terrorists in the west. Therefore any military action against Iran must be aimed not only at their nuclear facilities but at the state regime itself, the most powerful backer of terrorists in the world.


In what way is this any different from how the US operates in the ME? They use the exact same methods of funding terrorists to cause mayhem and international headlines while they quietly secure the oil in the background
Did you see the speech Bush made when declarin war on Iraq? "I'm now speaking directly to the Iraq people: Do not destroy oil wells!" The oil was secured in a matter of weeks, while the "war" has gone on for three years now... And Bush has made this war into a religious crusade aswell, just look at how pro-war people deal with just about every critical question about Bush and his policy. They loudly proclaim that this is a just war to rid the world of evil, and that these people hate our freedom. This is a myth, ladies and gentlemen... A religious myth.

And "the most powerfull backer of terrorists in the world" is not Iran, but the US


Fighting for peace is like #ing for virginity!



posted on Dec, 20 2006 @ 09:24 AM
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Well factually, you are 100% wrong.

Iran is supporting the Badr Brigade and possibly the Al Sadr group.

They are not supporting Al Quaeda, a Sunni militant group whose major agenda in Iraq is fighting against Shia (& thus Iranian) influence & power.

They are all Islamist groups in some sense, however they have different and violently opposed agendas.

Right now they are fighting each other in Iraq far more than they are fighting the US.



posted on Dec, 21 2006 @ 02:03 AM
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Originally posted by xmotex
Well factually, you are 100% wrong.

Iran is supporting the Badr Brigade and possibly the Al Sadr group.

They are not supporting Al Quaeda, a Sunni militant group whose major agenda in Iraq is fighting against Shia (& thus Iranian) influence & power.

They are all Islamist groups in some sense, however they have different and violently opposed agendas.

Right now they are fighting each other in Iraq far more than they are fighting the US.


iran does support hezbollah though.



posted on Dec, 21 2006 @ 06:16 AM
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They do.

But Al Quaeda and Hezbollah are two very different things.



posted on Dec, 21 2006 @ 07:23 AM
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Originally posted by DrLeary
This is a myth, ladies and gentlemen... A religious myth.



After World War Two most of us learned something, That we MUST fight Evil, somewhere along the way, especially in mainland Europe what we learnt got wrongly misinterpreted to Fighting IS Evil.

The victors and liberators of WW2, the Mighty British Empire and USA have not forgot and continue to Fight Evil.

And we will win, one brick at a time, the intellectually inferior Islamofascists simply dont have the stamina or the organisation to defeat us, while they are busy fighting amoungst themselves we are quietly dismantling there capabilities.

Virtually every civilised country on this planet has suffered an attack from Islamofascists, do some research on your own country, see how many Norwegian Women and Children are raped every year in your country by Islamofascist immigrants , the World is at War both Culturally and Geopolitically, its just most dont realise it yet.




posted on Dec, 22 2006 @ 04:23 AM
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Originally posted by NumberCruncher

Originally posted by DrLeary
This is a myth, ladies and gentlemen... A religious myth.



After World War Two most of us learned something, That we MUST fight Evil, somewhere along the way, especially in mainland Europe what we learnt got wrongly misinterpreted to Fighting IS Evil.

The victors and liberators of WW2, the Mighty British Empire and USA have not forgot and continue to Fight Evil.

And we will win, one brick at a time, the intellectually inferior Islamofascists simply dont have the stamina or the organisation to defeat us, while they are busy fighting amoungst themselves we are quietly dismantling there capabilities.

Virtually every civilised country on this planet has suffered an attack from Islamofascists, do some research on your own country, see how many Norwegian Women and Children are raped every year in your country by Islamofascist immigrants , the World is at War both Culturally and Geopolitically, its just most dont realise it yet.



Wow, that was quite a post...


Assuming these countries are "intellectually inferior" is what got you in trouble in the first place. They may not seem like it to you, but these people are obviously both smart and capable. Do you believe the official 9/11 story? I'm assuming you do, judging from your rethoric, so how can this inferior people completeley fool the entire military, faa, cia, etc etc etc. It's seems to me that according to this story, the US is the inferior one...

As for "islamofascist" rapings, I can't really say that's a problem here. First of all there are no statistics that show what religion the rapists have
and secondly we have laws in this country. If you go around raping kids or whatnot then your going away for a long time! Off the top of my head, the only cases that might halfway fit this consept of yours is where 15-16 year old teens start dating 25-30 year old refugees and their parents find out about it and are outraged.


They wanted to date these people because they were different and exciting, and if there was any sex involved it was of their own free will. They do the same with norwegian boys. Dating 10 year older boys is never a good idea, because they mostly get used and dumped after a while. This is nothing new. They were doing the same when I was 15. There is still no cure for stupidity!


But whos to blame for this? The kids? The parents? Society? Clash of cultures? It sure as hell isn't an islamofascist rape-invasion the way you make it sound.

WWII was COMPLETELY different also! Germany started invading countries like Poland and Chechia. That's when the world joined to fight them. There was no preemtive strike, like in todays Bush doctrine. And that's a good thing. You can't just say that they are going to do something bad (without any proof) and then just invade. It's a scam...



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