Subject: questions about your
bottom line with Iran
I'd like to ask you some questions about what
your bottom line is on this whole "what if Iran goes nuke?" issue:
1. Wouldn't Iran be more scared of retaliation
by Israel? For every 1 nuke Iran's got surely Israel has 3 or 4 more.
There's no way to predict what the religiously-insane zealot might do.
2. Do you really think Palestine wants Iran to
nuke Israel considering they'll probably get the all the nuclear fallout?
No sane Palestinian wants that
- but what percentage of them are sane?
3. Do you think other countries in the area like
Egypt & Saudi Arabia want Iran to go nuke?
If not then shouldn't we get
them involved in helping to stop them?
Do you think Iran might bomb
those other countries too?
do crazy things.
For decades we had cold wars woth
Russia and China, which aren't religious states.
Mutual Assured Distruction wored
with them because they don't want to die.
These suicidal handjobs are EAGER
to die so they can finally get laid.
4. Wouldn't bombing Israel be a sin against the
Muslim faith? I've heard that one of the most holy sacred places
for Muslims is in Jerusalem
which is in Israel. Do you think Muslims in Iran or anywhere would actually
Israel nuked if it had a holy
place for their faith in it?
They think the afterlife is a better place than this blue spinning ball.
How can you argue with nutjobs?
5. Okay if you'd want a sea blockade then wouldn't
you want an air and road blockade to stop people from
smuggling nuke parts into
Iran too? I'm just asking because I think there are many ways to smuggle
in parts for nukes.
Would you demand that all
US airports ban all flights to Iran until Ahmedinijad is out of power?
Plus how long should
our soldiers stay out there
with the blockades? Until Ahmedinijad is voted out or near forever because
who knows what
whoever replaces Ahmedinijad
will be like?
Anything is cheaper/better
than a nuclear war.
We can for sure prevent tankers
from leaving Iran - maybe that would do it, I don't know.
As far as banning flights,
I'd want to hear some expert opinions on the pros and cons.
But if we do nothing, we might see those mushroom
clouds the Bush bastards lied about.
agency expresses concern on Iran
The United Nations' nuclear watchdog for the
first time Thursday explicitly voiced concern that Iran
is trying to make a nuclear bomb, amid signs
of fraying relations between the agency's inspectors and
authorities in the Islamic Republic.
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