reply to post by Corruption Exposed
Wow, can you say hypocrite?
I don't think that word by itself has enough weight to really do this situation justice....
Iran has no nuclear weapons, signed the NPT, allows inspectors and those inspectors have all said that there are no signs anything is being diverted
to weapons programs, but of course they stipulate that Iran COULD start a weapons program if they wanted to.
Yet, Israel is pushing for a first strike no proof, no questions asked.
But the SECOND someone, anyone, dares to point out the hypocrisy in the situation, they are an antisemite. This isn't even about Jews, Muslims,
Israel, or anything else.
This is about a country with an undeclared nuclear arsenal that they have, time and time again, said they will have no problem using on anyone,
including allies, demanding another country be invaded and bombed because they are building peaceful nuclear energy plants and medical isotopes.
Either come to the table, open yourself for inspections like the rest of us, or just shut your mouth.
Of all the countries on Earth, I do believe Israel is probably the only one that would really need nukes, they have plenty of enemies around, that is
a fact. But I also believe that Israel is the last country that should have them, because they are willing to use them.
The only country to deploy nuclear weapons was the United states. They deployed these weapons of mass destruction over 2 insanely populated civilian
cities. I do not think the US wants to use their weapons again, they can dominate the globe with conventional weapons.
Israel is another story. Be it reality or perception, they feel they are alone, but for the US (even though all Western nations support them, the US
is the poster child of it.) If the US continues to apply pressure as the Obama administration has, Israel will feel completely and utterly
Which brings up the samson option.
But really, this is a moot point. Israel didn't sign the NPT, doesn't give two craps about international law, and I don't think they'd recognize
the IAEA's authority in this situation.
This is quite sad as the majority of Israelis, including those serving in the forces, just want to live like the rest of us.
This is an interesting development, but not a surprise, and I won't be surprised when absolutely nothing comes of it.