reply to post by Xcathdra
Maybe Iran should think twice before constantly calling for the Death of Israel / wipe Israel off the map, cut Israel out like a cancer.
And you continue to believe this BS. No wonder why your opinion is so twisted.
Iran is at fault here, not ISrael.
Israel, the country where its entire population is conscripted, has the top military in the region, has extensive secret operations, and a signficiant
nuclear arsenal, which constantly harasses, threatens and attacks outside of its borders and within.... is not at fault?
If Israel carried out an isolationist policy, and granted sovereignty to the Palestinian authority, then tensions in the middle east would be far less
prevalent. But unfortunately, this could never be the case with both a hardliner zionist leadership in Israel and the fact that the US has been
leading a bloody campaign throughout the middle east. Why can't you see that these two factors are distabilizing the region, instead of only blaming
the newest target
of their foreign policies.
This from the person who is supporting Iran and a clandestine nuclear weapons program. Whose the more foolish, the fool or the fool who
for one, there is absolutely zero confirmation of an Iranian nuclear weapons program. What you carry on believing, is pure fantasy that is
perpetuated by the media yet contradicted by real reports by high level officials in both the US government and Israeli mossad.
Secondly, if Iran did develop nuclear weapons, I would certainly support that. Iran is threatened by two nuclear powers and if Iran acquired a
significant defensive nuclear arsenal, then they would more than likely not be bombed and otherwise attacked into submission- and then they would
progress into a stronger country with better society and fairer government under solid sovereign borders.
Iran would never use nuclear weapons unless they absolutely had to, which is the case for all low-level nuclear powers. The whole point of this
low-level deterrant is that the country might get invaded, but it would retaliate with nuclear weapons before it is fully taken over. Aside from this
very reality, Iran's government and culture is not willing to use such weapons anyways. You might believe that they are, but then again, you seem to
be extremely ignorant of their stable government.
Personally, I find it extremely ironic that you constantly scream about how violent and dangerous the Iranians will be when they get their nukes.
It's as if you haven't looked at a regional map and noticed that Pakistan borders Iran to the south-east. Pakistan hasn't been looking too stable
recently, with Indian agents on one side and paramilitary Islamic militias and the CIA on the other. They have nukes, and they've also had massive
security breaches before. They seem like a far greater threat than Iran would ever be. But the US is still handing over billions in "economic aid"
to Pakistan... right?
Thank you for demonstrating that you know absolutely nothing about the United States. Not to mention your ignorance on religion in this
country. As I said if you did any independent research instead of just believing what your MISIRI handlers tell you to believe, we wouldn't need these
round robbin arguments you and some other makes.
Dunno what MISIRI means...
And I guess my point just flew over your head... not surprising considering you are inable to view any other perceptions than your own. US is a
christian nation. You might not accept that, but it's pretty goddamn obvious for any non-American to look at the US and realize that.
And my point, happened to be that the people who your country targets in the middle east see things from a religious angle. It is a crusade to them.
Iran is a shia theocracy. Attacking Iran means you've just enraged every shi'ite on this planet, especially since shia religious sites will be
attacked and religious artifacts will be looted.
The actions taken against Iran in Iran have been limited to the nuke program and people associated with it, including IRGC commanders.
So you mean actions against the sovereign state of Iran?
Oh good, youve come full circle so now we cant start this argument all over again.
I'm only following your lead.
Then how in hell can you be so wrong in your conclusions?
Because my conclusions aren't the same conclusions that the western media reports?
EDIT: I'm not really interested in writing a third post to this response.
EDIT2: Props to InfoKartel. Xcath should definitely read Bzezinski's "The Grand Chessboard" to actually gain a real geopolitical perspective, that
his own government had once adopted
edit on 23-2-2012 by Dimitri Dzengalshlevi because: (no reason given)