A war with iran

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posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 07:10 PM
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Ok lets say that tomorrow that Israel did bomb their nuclear sites i wanted to know how iran will react.

What will be the repercussions to me living far far away from both america israel and iran. I know fuel would sky rocket to $5 a liter. What else can i expect from a military strike?




posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 07:13 PM
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What military strike?

It would most likely not affect us here at home so much as the price of oil would skyrocket. THere would most likely be a draft for the world war that would start.

Syria and Egypt would jump at the helm to help out it's own and so would Pakistan.

Very scary. But Israel isn't that stupid, they won't act without US or Russian or even Chinese support. They know that they are only a few mistakes away from being a giant mirror in the desert.

~Keeper



posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 07:25 PM
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as Iran have just signed a pact with russia and china to watch each others back..Israel can only rely on the US for any backing.



posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 09:15 PM
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For americans who don't know, 4 Liters - 1 Gallon....... I think.

Your going to be very applauded if Israel strikes Iran tomorrow


Depending on what weapons would be used, you could be affected by it, say nuclear, then other countries might jump in (USA first on the list, unless pissy protesters say its unjust, then Obama won't).

I'd say it will effect you like Israels attack on Gaza, not at all. Unless Iran does bite as hard as his bark, and then just start bombing random places and go PSYCHO.
Then a bomb would be your repercussion, by chance your near a "Random" zone.

Otherwise, there is nothing for you to fear about them striking.


Russia's pact with Iran, well I am not sure if Russia would really help them. Politicians=Liars.



posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 09:28 PM
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I thought that I read somewhere today that the CIA said that Israel will not exist in 20 years. Most likely, there would be no war in which case the country will be called Palistine. Which would mean that no 3rd temple will be build and therefore no 2nd coming of Jesus which mean no end of world as per the fundamentalist Christians belief. It just seems that everyone are just beating their war drums for nothing but to instill fear on people and nations. Good for the drug companies to keep on supplying Prozac and what nots to keep the people calm.



posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 09:34 PM
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Iran would most likely do as much as Iraq did when Israel launched Operation Opera (also known as Operation Babylon and Operation Ofra) which was an air strike against the Iraqi Osirak nuclear reactor in 1981.

If they did bite back the Israeli air force would beat theirs in short order, Russia and China would not involve themselves, just saber rattle and moan, same goes for the US.

If other nations around got involved with Iran, that may cause a bit more havoc.



posted on Mar, 14 2009 @ 11:56 PM
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Originally posted by dreab_boy
Ok lets say that tomorrow that Israel did bomb their nuclear sites i wanted to know how iran will react.

What will be the repercussions to me living far far away from both america israel and iran. I know fuel would sky rocket to $5 a liter. What else can i expect from a military strike?


Iran will strike without a doubt and they will have the backing of Syria and maybe some other nations in that region (without being vocal) and they will get behind closed doors support from Russia and China. The US will have to get involved, its and inevitability. It will affect us either way. Iran will probably strike with force vai Syria.

America has allowed herself to become the police of the world and unfortunatly for decades has led us to downward spiral. We have no business in the middle east or Europe or any other part of the world besides that of our own soil and our territories. The consequence of us going against what the founding fathers intended will come in the form of Israel attacking Iran where we will have to side with Israel. Whats more unfortunate is that the very folks who advocate core conservative and republican values let alone constitutional have played a major part in supporting americas foreign mingling and imperialist acts and in such we have now found ourselfs in a deep hole with very dear consequences ahead.

As your comment regarding Russia and China, they may not directly involve themselves but they will outright support Iran behind close doors as it is within to geographic regional influences of those two nations and they wont like it if america gets herself involved. The US will be very much affected by the wars between Israel and Iran whether we involve ourselves directly or not because of the years of policing we have put upon ourselves.

[edit on 14-3-2009 by Southern Guardian]



posted on Mar, 15 2009 @ 12:05 AM
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Iran will take any strategic attack on its nuclear facilities as all out war.And i for one do think the 21st century Iran has more than just a loud bark.As to whether it will affect you,depends on how the cookie crumbles.



posted on Mar, 15 2009 @ 05:19 PM
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simple Iran launches it long range Missiles at Israel
and at its Nuclear plant


Israel Nukes everyone it has on its list (everyones dead)
Israel and every other country nuclear wasteland (Peace at last)

End of story

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stupid thing comparing a country to Pre-war Iraq

Iran isnt Iraq and countries dont stay the same over 30 years, they develop.
it wouldnt be any where like Iraq and Israel Issue,

Iran has a larger capibility to strike back then Iraq did in that time,
so dont under estimate your enemy so easily


Israel also has to take its planes further then before and face a foe which is ready to defend boarders.

find it funny how people compare Iran to Iraq



posted on Mar, 15 2009 @ 05:23 PM
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Thats alot of eye rolling bodrul lol although i agree its silly when people compare 1980's Iran to todays Iran.I for one dont think Israel could take on Iran by its self in a conventional war ie without American support...when we get into the whole nuclear situation...well thats bad news all around if they go down that route.



posted on Mar, 16 2009 @ 03:43 AM
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Iran does not sell oil to the US, since the US has a boycott on Iranian goods, so I'm guessing that gas prices will go up only on the minimal amount.

Israel has blown up Syrian and Iranian facilities in the past, with Iran doing nothing in retaliation.

[edit on Mon Mar 16th 2009 by DJMessiah]



posted on Mar, 16 2009 @ 04:23 PM
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Originally posted by DJMessiah
Iran does not sell oil to the US, since the US has a boycott on Iranian goods, so I'm guessing that gas prices will go up only on the minimal amount.

It's not that simple. Even though Iran doesn't sell its oil to the US, the attack on Iran will affect oil price in the US. Just a slight reduction in Iranian oil output will cause a significant world-wide oil price increase.


Israel has blown up Syrian and Iranian facilities in the past, with Iran doing nothing in retaliation.

I don't think Israel has ever blown up any Iranian facilities.



posted on Mar, 16 2009 @ 04:49 PM
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The bigger picture here is that the perps want a war with the Muslims of this World. An attack on Iran would provoke radical Muslims to take over the likes of Eygpt, Syria and other countries againt the West.

That would initiate ww3 which has been planned for some time so its not really about Iran but Iran is merely the vehicle in which the perps wish to prosecute their agenda. That agenda is the complete destruction of the Islamic states and Israel. Thios is what the perps need to achieve in subjugating the few people who will fight against them.

The perps know that the Muslims and the Jews wont take crap off no one so they want to provoke a conflict between these two groups in order to remove them from the situation. The continuance of the one World order.



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 02:52 PM
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Middle East countries are all concerned about radioactive fallout due to close proximity. No one gets off cleanly if Israel or Iran are nuked.

Iran plays a dangerous game of proxy wars by supporting Syria, Hamas, and Hezbollah in Lebanon to indirectly antagonize Israel.

They make a lot of noise about their military might and preparedness. But were devastated in an 8 year war with Iraq that despite their greater size, population, and supposed skills, came to an inconclusive end.

Despite all their pumped oil, unless there is something we don't know about, they would be without fuel for within a week if there was a war.

Much of the provocative rhetoric and nuclear race from Iran has much to do with impressing the West and other Muslim nations that they are a serious player on the world political stage. Threatening Israel, they think, buys them allegiance and support through the region.

Russia and China are cautious in backing Iran. They give lip service and munitions support, but are not comfortable with the wild card aspect of Iran's foreign policy. A nuclear Iran threatens anyone in the region, and they are too damned unpredictable.
A big question, is it all just talk, or are they serious about spreading their Islamic Revolution to the West?

Almost everyone, including the largely youthful population in Iran, are hoping the current mullah regime will somehow fade away and be replaced by leadership with a more pragmatic agenda.

The US is too bogged down with Iraq, Afghanistan, and growing problems with Pakistan, and now even Mexico, to even consider open hostilities with Iran. At one time the Bush administration was receptive to Israel taking care of the problem, but Israel is not looking for a military confrontation with Hamas, Hezbollah and Syria on their borders looking for an excust to engage Israel directly. The Gaza conflict reaffirmed Israel’s readiness to respond with impunity .

So an uneasy stalemate exists with Iran merrily weaving it's tangled web hoping to instill fear and uncertainty with their weekly announcements of nuclear progress. If they had any solid plans about nuking anyone, they wouldn't be mouthing off so much.

But in the final analysis, no one can say for sure if the mullahs are ready to see half the Iranians die in a nuclear conflagration just to show how determined or desperate they are to spread their word.


Mike



posted on Mar, 28 2009 @ 03:10 PM
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" Almost everyone, including the largely youthful population in Iran, are hoping the current mullah regime will somehow fade away and be replaced by leadership with a more pragmatic agenda. "

I very important point I think, and the Mullahs are no doubt aware of this.





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