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Iran Accuses IAEA of Spying, Says It Will Never Halt Enrichment

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posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 05:28 PM
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"That sort of thing was common in those days and is not limited to Muhammad."


Aka, Warren Jeffs, aka pedophile, and we all know how that "prophet" turned out! We could debate all day, that is a different subject all together but from what I gather he was. I will start another topic soon and we can continue.





"Terrorism against America deserves to be praised because it was a response to injustice, aimed at forcing America to stop its support for Israel, which kills our people" - Osama bin Laden, December 27, 2001.


Just because some countries disagree with the foeign policy of America makes it right to execute a terrorist attack? If you agree with it or not, does not justify for what Bin Laden and his networks did. What would you have done, attack the network of terrorists, or comply with the demands that just killed thousands of Americans? Exactly. COMMON SENSE. We will continue bombing the terrorists and we will continue taking out anyone who is going to attack us.

Does that mean I disagree with the foreign policy? Hell no, I totally support it along with millions of other Americans.




posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 05:30 PM
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So guys! What do you think of Iran accusing the IAEA of spying?



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 08:07 PM
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ust because some countries disagree with the foeign policy of America makes it right to execute a terrorist attack? If you agree with it or not, does not justify for what Bin Laden and his networks did. What would you have done, attack the network of terrorists, or comply with the demands that just killed thousands of Americans? Exactly. COMMON SENSE. We will continue bombing the terrorists and we will continue taking out anyone who is going to attack us. Does that mean I disagree with the foreign policy? Hell no, I totally support it along with millions of other Americans.


Those americans were killed because of what we did. Want to blme the terrroists? Blame america for the deaths on 911 because our foreign policy led to that.




ust because some countries disagree with the foeign policy of America makes it right to execute a terrorist attack


It was also a terrorist attack when USA bombs other countries




We will continue bombing the terrorists and we will continue taking out anyone who is going to attack us. Does that mean I disagree with the foreign policy? Hell no, I totally support it along with millions of other Americans


You are bombing Muslim countries and creating terrorists as a side effect.

Don't believe me? See what happened on 911 was exactly a result of that.

America is the country with the most foreign interventions and 911 was a result of such action.

You want to stop terrorist actions? Stop our foreign policy.

Want to bomb the creators of Terrorism? CIA created OBL, bomb the CIA.


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posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 09:45 PM
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Bin Laden viewed the United States was attacking Islam, and hated when we deployed American and western troops in Saudi Arabia because of it. The Saudis invited American troops to protect the kingdom when Saddam had invaded Kuwait and Bin Laden saw it as a sacrilege. We protect our Allies, and we are a nation founded on the basis of separation of church and state and when invited to protect an allys the Kindom from an invasion, we did. Bin Laden also did not like how we killed Muslims in the Gulf War and with us supporting Israel, a major ally.



You sound like you back the foreign assessment, policies and strategies of Al Qaeda I take it? America is not at war with Muslims remember, just people with radical views attacking Americans.

"He" attacked America thinking we would collapse, but it united Americans ultimately crippling terrorists networks world wide wherever their sanctuary is and was. I support drone strikes, and support our foreign policy now. As does the majority of other Americans. The unrestricted might of the United States military and the pride of the American people set to punish who attacked America. The end effect, the network dismantled and in shambles without able to Attack another American asset as effectively as before. Quick question, what "countries" are you talking about when the USA bombs them? Pakistan? Afganistan?




"You want to stop terrorist actions? Stop our foreign policy.

Want to bomb the creators of Terrorism? CIA created OBL, bomb the CIA. "


Do not take things out of context and over exaggerate with everything you say, the CIA did NOT crate but supported Bin Laden by arming them against the Soviet Union with the result of ending the Cold War in 1989. We did not arm or support them after that.



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 09:53 PM
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Bin Laden viewed the United States was attacking Islam, and hated when we deployed American and western troops in Saudi Arabia because of it.


Yes, which shows that US interference in middle eastern affairs led to the 911 attacks.




The Saudis invited American troops to protect the kingdom when Saddam had invaded Kuwait and Bin Laden saw it as a sacrilege. We protect our Allies, and we are a nation founded on the basis of separation of church and state and when invited to protect an allys the Kindom from an invasion, we did.


Ally? hardly. All the 911 attackers were from Saudi Arabia. I wonder why they were from Saudi arabia.




Bin Laden also did not like how we killed Muslims in the Gulf War and with us supporting Israel, a major ally.


Once again shows that 911 happend because of our interference in the middle east.




You sound like you back the foreign assessment, policies and strategies of Al Qaeda I take it?


ROFLMAO thats a good joke. We need to stop interfering with these countries that is why the attacks happen. Why arent these muslims attacking Canada in mass numbers?




Do not take things out of context and over exaggerate with everything you say, the CIA did NOT crate but supported Bin Laden by arming them against the Soviet Union with the result of ending the Cold War in 1989. We did not arm or support them after that.


Nothing is taken out of context, we armed, trained and supported OBLs terrorist activiites against the Soviets. He used those skills against us in designing the 911 attacks.

Who trained, and armed OBL? The CIA, Go bomb the CIA if you want to stop the cause of terrorism. Just because you stop arming them does not mean they lost their arms or their training.



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 10:42 PM
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"Once again shows that 911 happend because of our interference in the middle east."


Okay, who is disagreeing Bin Laden held radical views and ordered the attacks of US assets around the world because of our foreign policy? We support our allies, sometimes it's a bad thing, some times it not. For a second I forgot what we were debating. I had to reread everything again, but is it right to disagree with the foreign policy of America rationalizing a attack on America? No. The outcome? We attack back and how should I say it... kill them hard.

Saudia Arabia is a ally. Just because some hijackers were recruited from Saudia Arabia, does not discredit them as a ally.



"We armed, trained and supported OBLs terrorist activiites against the Soviets. He used those skills against us in designing the 911 attacks"


No he didn't, how did he use those skills in designing the 9/11 attacks? How? You are not getting the point, we did not CREATE Bin Laden as you said. You did say that right? We supported him in the fight against the Soviet Union.



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 10:58 PM
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The reason this thread didnt get many responses is ...

1. This thing with Iran and the back and forth has been going on how many years now?

2. The thread is totally derailed because of the molester Mohammed...



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 11:25 PM
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2. The thread is totally derailed because of the molester Mohammed...


Not a molester, marriage at a young age was common in those days, but he did not perform intercourse until sexual maturity.

PS: How is your priest these days? Did he molest you?



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 11:28 PM
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ou are not getting the point, we did not CREATE Bin Laden as you said. You did say that right? We supported him in the fight against the Soviet Union.


So was he always a terrorist? Yes, No? Or only when we were not fighting him. Was he a terrorist when he was fighting against he Soviet Union? Or is he only a terrorist when he fights the USA?

So the USA supports terrorism is what I am getting at...



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 11:35 PM
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Originally posted by kennylee

2. The thread is totally derailed because of the molester Mohammed...


Deny ignorance.


In the 12th century Gratian, the influential founder of Canon law in medieval Europe, accepted age of puberty for marriage to be between 12 and 14 but acknowledged consent to be meaningful if the children were older than 7.



It should be noted that Judges honored marriages based on mutual consent at ages younger than 7, in spite of what Gratian had said; there are recorded marriages of 2 and 3 year olds.



For example, Mary Hathaway (Virginia, 1689) was only 9 when she was married to William Williams. Sir Edward Coke (England, 17th century) made it clear that "the marriage of girls under 12 was normal, and the age at which a girl who was a wife was eligible for a dower from her husband's estate was 9 even though her husband be only four years old."[1]


Marriageable age



posted on Jun, 8 2012 @ 12:14 AM
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You never answer my questions like always beating around the bush. I always try to answer yours. Here they are again from my previous post

How did he use those skills in designing the 9/11 attacks? How? You are not getting the point, we did not CREATE Bin Laden as you said. You did say that right? We supported him in the fight against the Soviet Union.

Okay, who is disagreeing Bin Laden held radical views and ordered the attacks of US assets around the world because of our foreign policy? We support our allies, sometimes it's a bad thing, some times it not. For a second I forgot what we were debating. I had to reread everything again, but is it right to disagree with the foreign policy of America rationalizing a attack on America?




So was he always a terrorist? Yes, No? Or only when we were not fighting him. Was he a terrorist when he was fighting against he Soviet Union? Or is he only a terrorist when he fights the USA?


Please answer my questions first, and I will GLADLY answer yours. Starting with showing you why the Soviet Union went into Afghanistan in the first place.



posted on Jun, 8 2012 @ 01:30 AM
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How did he use those skills in designing the 9/11 attacks?


Did we not train him in this type of thing? He used his trainings to carry out the planning and attacks.



How?


Only he would know that how he did the planning, but we did supply him with weapons and warfighting techniques. Heck he probably knew certain CIA procedures since he was in close contact with them



You are not getting the point, we did not CREATE Bin Laden as you said. You did say that right? We supported him in the fight against the Soviet Union.


We fed the monster and created it. We trained it how to fight a stronger adversary and after the soviets, who did he go after?




Okay, who is disagreeing Bin Laden held radical views and ordered the attacks of US assets around the world because of our foreign policy? We support our allies, sometimes it's a bad thing, some times it not. For a second I forgot what we were debating. I had to reread everything again, but is it right to disagree with the foreign policy of America rationalizing a attack on America?


America has a history of one of the highest foreign military interventions out there, maybe we ought to look at why the other people are attacking us.. IT is a very valid point.

Answers your questions, now answer mine:



So was he always a terrorist? Yes, No? Or only when we were not fighting him. Was he a terrorist when he was fighting against he Soviet Union? Or is he only a terrorist when he fights the USA?



posted on Jun, 8 2012 @ 12:49 PM
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Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
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2. The thread is totally derailed because of the molester Mohammed...


Not a molester, marriage at a young age was common in those days, but he did not perform intercourse until sexual maturity.

PS: How is your priest these days? Did he molest you?


I think Islam is nothing but a CULT and my priest? I dont believe in Catholics sir. They are borderline Cult IMO.

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