I'm very well informed on that subject thank youOnly people who don't understand geopolitics would say what you said. I certainly don't have time to educate people on it
I'd be happy to do a pop quiz with anyone on this forum on the history of the Cold War and 20th century history as far as that goes. I have a personal library of literature on this as it has always been a great interest of mineAll I will say is, read up on cold war geopolitics and educate yourself on the strategic interests both sides were fighting for and why, then you will understand why the US supports Israel.
Once you have read and educated yourself on that, you should read the about how geopolitics effected WW1 and WW2 as well as how it determined who emerged as the economic powerhouses after those conflicts. The problem here is that people don't know, or simply choose to ignore the context of past political decisions, as well as how those decisions still effect us today.
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Why is it OK for one side to have the bomb and not the other when in fact nobody should be allowed to have such weaponry in this region. Whilst this strategic imbalance remains you are going to have this problem and if it was not Iran it would be someone elseThey are an ally that are continually attacked and threatened by other nations in the middle east. Now, our president is negotiating with one of those nations, releasing billions of dollars to them and allowing them to continue to work toward a nuclear bomb