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Originally posted by EarthCitizen07
If iran really wants to nuke israel, all they have to do is buy a nuke from north korea, or china, or even russia.
Israel keeps crying wolf based on mistranslations of what the iranian leader says. And frankely it has gotten very old AND TIRING as of late. Israel is not keeping doing what it needs to do within its borders, america is not pressuring israel as it should, and thus all the slack falls to iran and other arab countries to support the palestinians who are locked up like animals. The walls seperating jews from arabs is real, ok?
I would not be suprised if israel results to a false-flag operation and nuke itself with some minor-grade nuke, JUST to have an excuse to attack iran. Israel is way more at fault than iran, and I don't even like iran.
But I am tired of hearing silly excuses to go to war so that the military-industrial complex of the west stays lubricated. It is extremely shameful conduct!
Originally posted by r2d246
reply to post by Hijinx
We have icbm's too. They're just not widely talked about. We'd newk him back the stone age.
Originally posted by Dr Expired
The question should be why is India allowed to have large amounts of Nuclear warheads with a large muslim population ie 200 million approx and approx 50 million Iranian muslims are such a threat when they currently have none?
Australia has announced it will sell India as much uranium as it wants hypocrisy?
Or is it simply that Israel is thousands of miles away from India?
The Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT), which entered into force in March 1970, seeks to inhibit the spread of nuclear weapons. Its 190 states-parties are classified in two categories: nuclear-weapon states (NWS)—consisting of the United States, Russia, China, France, and the United Kingdom—and non-nuclear-weapon states (NNWS).1 Under the treaty, the five NWS commit to pursue general and complete disarmament, while the NNWS agree to forgo developing or acquiring nuclear weapons.
With its near-universal membership, the NPT has the widest adherence of any arms control agreement, with only India, Israel, and Pakistan remaining outside the treaty. In order to accede to the treaty, these states must do so as NNWS, since the treaty restricts NWS status to nations that "manufactured and exploded a nuclear weapon or other nuclear explosive device prior to 1 January 1967." For India, Israel, and Pakistan, all known to possess or suspected of having nuclear weapons, joining the treaty as NNWS would require that they dismantle their nuclear weapons and place their nuclear materials under international safeguards. South Africa followed this path to accession in 1991.
Originally posted by Propulsion
Everyone knows that Iran’s nuclear program is only for peaceful purpose, because 4.1 million barrels a day just isn’t cutting it for Iran, and they need an alternate source of power just in case they run out.
GIVE ME A BREAK!
Iran is #4 in oil production. That last thing they need is nuclear power plants. If people can’t see that Iran has other motives, than you are an ignorant fool!
Originally posted by Bone75
Originally posted by Swills
reply to post by USN1983
WND, not much of a source. They have been judged time and time again. A real source, like American & Israeli intel agencies say Iran has no nuke, isn't building a nuke, & doesn't have plans to build a nuke.
You mean the same intelligence agencies that told us our Ambassador in Lybia died in a riot over a video? Folks will believe anything these days
Of course the oil will eventually run out, but not any time soon for Iran.
So oil will never run out?
America is (on the most part) a stable country, and still every so often something happens that creates havoc because of our nuclear facilities. Iran on the other hand isn’t the most stable country running around out there. You are right, it is #3
Why does the US have nuclear power plants? Aren't they #3?