posted on Sep, 6 2013 @ 05:48 AM
It does sound like quite an unusual culture that has a preference for civil war on its boarder. In some ways it is not surprising as this nation was
born from the ashes of WW2, perpetuating a slow and gradual creep of its boarders over these years.
Nuclear weapons are a heavy issue and I can see as a part of the motivation for conflict. What is strange about nuclear weapons, the higher the risk
for conflict, the greater the chance of there emergence. For example, North Korea would not have forced its way into this club without the Axis of
Evil speech by Bush.
Over the years Iran has been making efforts, but would not call them in the club as of yet. Israel's black ops have been playing a part through
attacking Iran's nuclear program along with many other global influences. The responsibility of nuclear weapons is huge, so I can accept and in some
ways agree with Israels actions in this direct way. If Iran has not got there stuff together enough to properly defend this technology, then they do
not deserve them.
However, if Iran has been learning from its mistakes and have tightened there security to the point where the only way to dismantle the program is
through overt invasion, then I would have to call Iran is in the club due to the reality of the situation. One these weapons are on the table, the
only responsible way to get rid of them is through rebuilding trust.