posted on Sep, 25 2013 @ 04:56 AM
reply to post by victor7
Terrorists do not change in few months, it takes many years of good behavior to prove that they have changed the course.
Despite the public soundbites it's pretty much common knowledge that the USA, France and the UK have always negotiated with terrorists - in fact
there's pretty overwhelming evidence that they've funded and armed them.
Who deems exactly what 'good behaviour' is?
I'd suggest that going out on a limb to publicly state a desire to reach a diplomatic solution to a long running dispute is 'good behaviour', wouldn't
Or perhaps you'd prefer the current status quo to continue which is only harming the normal, everyday Iranian people and is a ticking timebomb?
Iranians for one score bad when it comes to trust and keeping up with the words.
The Iranian administration you mean?
'We' haven't got much to be proud of recently have we.
Most distrustful cluster in the ME.
Not sure about that, there's some pretty deceitful groups / governments etc out there - I think they are pretty straight and open about their
intentions etc, it's just those intentions run contrary to the wishes of Western governments.
Be very careful when dealing with Iranians.
Be very careful when dealing with anyone in politics / international relations etc.
US should not let the guard down regarding nukes in the ME nations.
Of course they shouldn't - but that doesn't mean they can't enter into dialogue with an open mind and an intent to work towards resolving the problems
relating to Iran's nuclear weapon programme.
edit on 25/9/13 by Freeborn because: grammar and clarity