Quite true.And a such should be priority targets.Without them who will support their bastards hezbollah and hamas.The animals fightingirans war for the cowards.When their gone id expect positive change in whole region.
Originally posted by Vitchilo
Originally posted by GLontra
The Iranian president, Ahmedinajab, is not in Iran now. He is in official travel to Venezuela.
I hope they don't take it as an "opportunity" to attack Iran while its leader is outside the country.
Ahmadinejad is the leader of nothing. The mullahs are the real leaders.
Originally posted by AgentX09
Without them who will support their bastards hezbollah and hamas.The animals fighting irans war for the cowards.
Originally posted by FlyersFan
The Obama administration has shown complete disdain for Israel and it's leadership. In my opinion, if Israel is pushing for a public decision on Iran, then Obama will do just the opposite of what Israel wants. I'm also very sure that there are elements of the US Military (spec ops, CIA, etc) who are doing their own thing on this no matter what the 'leaders' of Israel and the USA do.
Originally posted by nh_ee
Since we (as in the poor working class) are the ones that will end up fighting this war....then how come we the American People cannot vote on this ?
Are we circumventing a congressional vote once again to push their agenda ?
Is this really what constitutes Freedom and Democracy ?
I think not but only translates into more wars for profit for the Elite.
And the Rich continue to get Richer and the Poor get Poorer...
Chinese Premier to visit Saudi Arabia, UAE and Qatar this weekend (Reuters)
Originally posted by LightAssassin
reply to post by popsmayhem
Wow, yeh, because destroying a nuclear facility poses absolutely no risk to civilians.....down wind.
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