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Originally posted by Gorman91
Being informed of your charges does not equate to being free nor having a good judicial system.
Originally posted by Brasov
The pretended "crazyness" of Iran's leadership belongs to the offical belief system propagated by the western controlled media... (propagate -as in propaganda)
Not a speck of evidence to support it!edit on 16-1-2012 by Brasov because: (no reason given)
By the way, who is mehr.org ?
MEHR has no affiliation with any political or partisan group. It operates as an entirely volunteer based organization
Originally posted by WhiteDevil013
Have any of you who are speculating on what it takes to commit an act like this, ever actually had to do anything considered close?
Its easy to watch Mission Impossible and say oh it takes 30 people! Or they had to be this or that blah blah blah
I personally know people who have had to answer the call of duty at a moments notice, be given a picture and dossier, and told they would be dropped behind enermy lines. When you take an assignment like this, you sign your life away. If you are ever caught, the govt will deny any knowledge of you and will not offer any help or rescue.
All it takes to do something like what happened in Iran is one man or woman, a magnet, a motorcycle, and some wits of steel.
Originally posted by sonnny1
Iranians arresting Iranians to get information on more Iranians.
Hard to follow this story.
In the end it will be blamed on the CIA and Israel.
Originally posted by Corruption Exposed
I know some of you think Iran killed this scientist, but I'm not buying that ridiculous story and feel sorry for anyone who actually believes it.
Originally posted by Shermanator
reply to post by Corruption Exposed
I heard some experts saying that an operation like this would require upward of 30 people.
The pivotal parts of the operation would have left immediately, but I'm sure some of the players are locals.
Sooo... They are telling the Iranians everything they want to know..
Interrogation...... I am sure Iran has a very mild and humane interrogation policy..
Originally posted by Deetermined
Originally posted by InsideYourMind
Of course it is Possible that Iran could have assassinated their own scientist, but what on Earth would they have to gain from it?
Uh, the nuclear scientist had just met with IAEA inspectors a few days before his death. You think there's a possibility that he may have unleashed some information that he wasn't supposed to? Think about it. The scientist is killed on Tuesday. Iran formally announces that they're going to move enrichment activity to underground Fordo the previous Saturday. That might have been the same day that the scientist released the information to IAEA and Iran felt compelled to announce it publicly so it didn't look like they had anything to hide....once again!! Just like the announcement of the Fordo/Qom facility after it was detected by satellite.
Roshan was a critic of his country’s nuclear program, saying it has led to stricter sanctions and increased poverty, Mohammad-Reza Heydari, who resigned as Iran’s Oslo consul in 2010 and was later granted political asylum, said in a phone interview. Roshan had voiced his concerns about the nuclear program to Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization, Heydari said.
Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by Brasov
As far as I see, I see a war hawk country picking fights with a war hawk nation that's 1000x bigger and stronger than it. They get what's coming to them.
And what wars at that? Iraq has ended and Afghanistan is being negotiated to end. Our actions, however evil they may have been, combined with the invasion of American technology like the internet has generated what we went in there for. Self-generating democracies.
American culture, economy, and military has won the war on terror. We're not needed any more. Our technology and economy are enough to accomplish the rest.
Like it or not, the middle east is becoming what we sought out to make it. As a Ron Paul supporter I was against the more military parts of these actions, but our presence, both civilian wise through the economy and the internet, and the military through the bad wars, has caused what is happening: A domino affect.edit on 16-1-2012 by Gorman91 because: (no reason given)