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Originally posted by Gloster
Originally posted by Haydn_17
I dont think it's the end of the world.
If Israel did attack Iran or vice versa and nuclear weapons was used, the Allies, Europe, the US and Canada would reduce Iran and the other nations to sand.
Like it or not Israel has the full backing on the US and Europe, no nukes would reach America or Europe, our nuclear defence shields would be too hightech for low budget built iranian nukes.
Russia has no interest in backing Iran, neither does North Korea or China.
If Isreal attack Iran or vice versa dhaaaa ddaaa blaaahh dhaaaa.. retard.. bhhhaaahh to sand.
Like it or not blhhaaah dhahaaaa i like puppies
Originally posted by skeptic_al
reply to post by FlyInTheOintment
The US really has to make a Final Decission as to whether is Supports Dictators or Not.
They always choose the ones that best supports the US Agenda, even if that means they are a Dictator.
It's all coming back now, and it's biting the US in the Arse.
The worst thing that can happen now, is the White House still Interferring in the Mid-East.
Unfortunately, the US has to Interfer with everything, they can't help themselves.
If anyone is interested here's a short list of the Dictators around the world the USA has
supported over the years either by supplying Free Money, Cheap Loans, Military Arms even WMD's
anything to make a quick buck. It is also Interesting it doesn't matter if Republicans or Democrats were in power.
Emperor Bao Dai, Vietnam: 1926-1945
Ngo Dinh Diem, South Vietnam: 1955-1963
Chiang Kai-shek, China: 1928-1949
Syngman Rhee, South Korea:1948-1960
Park Chung Hee, South Korea:1960-1979
General Chun Doo Hwan, South Korea:1980-1988
Laurent Kabila, Congo DR: 1997-2001
di Amin, Uganda: 1971-1979
General Sani Abacha, Nigeria: 1993-1999
Francisco Franco, Spain: 1939-1975
General Humberto Castelo Branco, Brazil: 1964-1966
Marco Vinicio Cerezo Arévalo, Guatemala: 1985-1991
Roberto Suazo Cَrdova, Honduras: 1981-1985
Anastasio Somoza, Nicaragua:1936-1956
General Suharto, Indonesia:1967-1999
Colonel Hugo Banzer Suarez, Bolivia: 1971-1978
Reza Muhammed Shah Pahlawi, Iran:1941-1979
Augusto Ugarte Pinnochet, Chile: 1973-1990
Fulgencio Batista, Cuba:1940-44 and 1952-1959
P.W. Botha, South Africa: 1978-1989
Saddam Hussein, Iraq: 1979-
Muammar al-Qaddafi, Libya: 1969-
Rafael Leonidas Molina Trujillo, Dominican Republic: 1930-1960
Porfirio Diaz, Mexico: 1876-1880 and 1884-1911
Morena Manuel Antonio Noriega, Panama: 1983-1989
Anwar Al Saddat, Egypt: 1970-1981
Husni Mubarak, Egypt: 1981-
King Hussein, Jordan: 1952-1999
King Abdulla, Jordan: 1999-
Francois Duvalier, Haiti: 1957-1971
Jean-Claude Duvalier, Haiti: 1971-1986