YEAH, lets cut to the chase. . . they can do what they want, how they want. look at their enemies. They all have nukes. If you had enemies and they
had guns wouldn't you want a gun to be able to equally protect yourself as well? The Iranians have the right to govern how they want. If the Iranian
people are being suppressed then they need to stand up to their government. I know It's easier said than done but it's the truth. I do not condone
any sort of suppression of human rights but they need to figure their own stuff out. I think that we should just leave people alone and let them do
their own unless it DIRECTLY effects us. By directly I mean actually coming onto our land and attacking us. Then we unless the hounds of hell on those
bastards. . . but I highly doubt that would ever happen (there's a higher chance a false flag blamed on Iran). Live and let live, isn't that how it
I agree the more countries who posses them the greater chance that they will be used and I also would prefer ZERO Bombs. Period.
In reply to the OP and anyone else that thinks a pre emptive strike on Iran to curb its nuclear weapons ambitions (if they have them) is the
correct action to take:
Iran is being supported by Russia so an attack on Iran could cause a massive escalation in the conflict and ignite WW3. UN sanctions and surgical
strikes will not deter Iran from pursuing nuclear weapons and will not remove the Islamic regime. Iraq got their donkeys handed to them in Kuwait, had
sanctions and no fly zones plus many surgical air strikes for over 10 years and Saddam still remained in power so evidence would suggest to me that no
amount of sanctions or air strikes will change a damn thing so quit beating that drum. Lets cut to the Chase: The only way to remove the Iranian regime and/or curb any nuclear weapon aspirations they may have will take an
INVASION of Iran.
So seabag wants to invade Iran and start WW3 that could kill billions of humans because some nut jobs in Iran have been vocal in their desire to want
Israel/Zionism wiped from the earth/map.
If Iran did build the bomb and used it pre-emptively against Israel (or anyone else) they would lose all international support and the response even
if nuclear would be justified.
If Iran wants to kill Jews like the OP suggests then why have they not started with their indigenous Jewish population? Why have they not armed
Hezbollah or Hamas with better more powerful weaponry? I mean if they were really that crazy that they would use a nuke against Israel then why have
they not supplied their allies with weapons better than a katyusha rocket.
Imagine if this was really over nukes and not the fact Iran has massive oil reserves and a bank independent of the NWO/PTB
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Hey seabag ,you have managed to disgust and entertain us all ,yet again with your warmongering Zionist loving propaganda,for another 16 pages!...seems
like you feed on fear and hatred,just like your masters do...Looking forward to see more coming out of you in the future..
I don't think the intention of the OP is to stop Iran, but to destroy them or ironically wipe the Iranian regime off the map. I hope he realises the
consequences of these actions and the hypocritical nature of his position. Why would one want to support such double standards in the region?
I'm not a big fan of countries in the Middle East...but seriously, stop Iran from acquiring nuclear power? Are we going to do this with every country
we don't like? That's a lot of sovereign nations to screw with.
You think we're capable of succeeding every time? 'Cause I don't, personally. I don't believe America has the stomach for it, either.
I've always been against the US invading countries under false pretences, raping countries of their resources, selling off contracts to rebuild what
I've always been against the US being full of creationist nut jobs who think that their entire nation is blessed by "God" and everyone else is
I've always been against the US having an entire arsenal of nuclear weapons and yet having the audacity to tell others that they cannot when the
"others" haven't purposefully gone to war or overthrown regimes for their benefit in the last few years.
I think we should bomb both , then be like woops we missed, send in a bunch of troops to "rebuild them as a good nation" and then establish our
crappy system onto them, that way getting rid of two with one stone and no more arguments, - World Policing done
Before I comment, I suggest you watch and listen to Scott Horton as he sums up Iran’s relationship to the US in 6 minutes; something the whole of
media hasn’t done in 6 years.
Iran’s Nuclear Program Debunked: Scott Horton on Iran’s Nuclear Program
What’s the Real Question We Should Be Asking?
Allow me to skip ahead to the right question that should be asked. What is the real purpose in concocting a reason to go to war with Iran? The
illegitimate power structure in the US clearly understand that Iran is a far cry from Iraq and Afghanistan. Nothing leads me to believe our behavior
towards Iran relates to accessing Iran’s resources, like oil. They know damn well that even a large, modern force would face a challenge if they
attempted to occupy Iran. It wouldn’t play out like Iraq!
US leaders understand the repercussions of shutting down the Straight of Hormuz, which Iran would surely do once they saw the US was committed to
heavy aggression against them. So, I ask you…what the hell are they really planning?
With regard to the closing of the Straight of Hormuz, I suspect that it’s very possible. Iran holds the key. America does have options that might
help it secure passage through the straight. But I don’t think that’s even the issue. How could it benefit America to fight a more strenuous war
than both Afghanistan and Iraq with our wide-ranging economic troubles? I know America is the favorite pick and seen as the favorite, unlike recent
fights. But those fights were with ringers. But, don’t be an idiot.
We can just skip the whole issue of embarrassment when it’s later found that Iran didn’t have anything close to nuclear weapons capability.
That’s if we even get that far, which I strongly doubt we will. It confuses the hell out of me when I try to piece together their lies. I have a
unique perspective on the true middle-east structure. And, to my advantage in this analysis I’m fully prepared to accept the possibility that our
actual agenda is not for the eyes of the public. For instance, I see a real possibility that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is under Israel’s control.
I’ll bet that sounds as crazy as to say the Pope doesn’t believe in God. Well, does he? Does that wreck your conceptions of religious fanaticism
and not jive with what the media’s been telling you your whole life? I’ll bet it does, and it delights me. Why, because I’m past being
I’m not really all that upset about what would happen if US forces were actually pitted against Iran in what would be something like our 8th
concurrent war. That’s right. The US is at war in more regions than just Iraq and Afghanistan. For fun, spend a moment of your precious TV time to
figure out all the places we’re at war. I’m more concerned about what’s being planned for the center ring, to divert our concern over a ground
war in Iran. What horrible scenario might be planned to misdirect us this time? For that matter, what false-flag terrorist event will be staged to tip
the scales in favor of war with Iran in the first place? One thing’s for sure. There’s a recent novel out there sold as fiction that lays the
whole scenario out. I suspect advance admission is part of the ritual when going false flag.
Signs that the US is About to Do Bad Things
The most obvious signs that there’s no turning back is the concerted effort to form the belief that Iran is a dirty, dirty nation only moments away
from launching nukes toward the US. Presumably, they are going to do this for the reason all terrorism is committed; because they hate our freedom.
Haven’t you heard? Iran is enriching uranium and are hiding facilities where their top-scientists are making final preparations for war with us.
That isn’t even close to the truth, but should you care? I mean, if TV says it’s true, what power of discernment do you posses to question it?
Sure, the International Atomic Energy Agency charged with overseeing and regulating nuclear enrichment and processing reported no evidence of
activities required for weapons making. There may have been a few reports in the main-stream that Iran has made every possible effort to encourage the
US to ease up its political pressure directed at them. But, those were presented just for historical posterity with the goal being to maintain a
little credibility when the future looks back on this time. You weren’t supposed to see that. If you have, it’s no threat them as think tanks
estimate that you aren’t intellectually capable of using the information to frame your total understanding of the issues. In other words, they know
the average American is stupid.
I had to read the whole thread to get to here to make a comment.
I notice the letters in the banner posted as proof Iran deserves to be wiped off the map don't bend with the wrinkles in the banner....
I think its as photoshopped as Amajinahdad's comments re wiping the piss rail off w' the mop
wouldn't be the first time that's been tried around here
say has anyone noticed the price of oil lately?
like they say: follow the money!
its a nono to manipulate stock prices in chat forums....
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Simply brilliant response and understanding although as to whether the war will ever turn hot, i am not so sure, i believe a new cold war with a
nuclear arms race is more likely. Either way the World we know will change, politics, money, power its all changing right now and all it takes is one
mad man from either side to set WW3 going.
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