reply to post by trysts
It's really sad how people eat up the "nuclear issue".
What is even more sad to witness is people being completely ignorant to the reality of the "issue" and then talking down with arrogance just because
someone has a different opinion than you.
Who would have thought that an "alternative" site would have so much idiotic propaganda being headlined?
Who are you to pass that judgment?
The title of the thread matches the title of the article, and you would know that if you cared to read the source instead of making arrogant comments
about other person's threads.
ATS is a place for discussion in order to find the truth, and part of that discussion is to start an argument over an issue. You have yet to make any
contribution, but you aren't shy about judging and criticizing blindly other people you don't even know.
Iran hasn't broken any rules regarding the Non-Proliferation Treaty.
No, they don't have a nuke. But the NPT, after being signed, is to be respected. And to respect the NPT, nations that do not have nuclear weapons,
aren't meant to get any. That's the whole point. Nations with nukes reduce their stock - in an utopia, back to 0 - and nations who do not have any
agree not to obtain or develop them.
If Iran gets a nuke, they are in immediate violation of the NPT, and if they are developing one they are also under violation of the treaty. The
discussion in current politics is around the possibility of
Iran developing any nuclear weapons.
That's why it's so complicated. There isn't any outrageous violation, but there could be one in the future.
Many countries have nuclear reactors, and some have nuclear bombs. Can't you see the "nuclear issue" is fake?
I advise you to google "Iran nuclear weapons program 2003", and check what appears from credible sources like the IAEA. Iran had a nuclear weapons
program, but claim to have halted it.
Some people have the opinion they stopped it completely. Some people have the opinion they might be developing nuclear weapons in secret with the help
of North Korea. There are theories
that North Korea has nukes from China and that the tests being done are with Iran's developed nukes. It's
known they cooperate on developing military missiles.
The side that seems right might be harder to contemplate, but the problem is far from fake.
Don't you know that Iran is quite capable of destroying Israel today, without a nuclear bomb? Fake, fake, fake.
Actually, they aren't. Syria learned that the hard way, and gave up attacking them directly.
And Iran does attack Israel constantly, but they do it by proxy with groups like Hezbollah. Again, the connections are well known.
Besides, attacking Israel is attacking an allied of the US. And Iran can't face the US.
Poor dear, the U.S. and Israel want to control as many governments as they can in that region. It's not about the "nuclear issue", it's
about hegemony. Even I know that.
Any superpower wants to control everybody else. That's why Russia wants ex-soviet nations to follow their political agenda (Georgia?), and that's
why China wants back so many "sacred" territories. That's also why the Arab League wants certain religious rules in certain countries. I guess you
don't know that