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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by TacticalEvilDan View Post
    Source please, specifically with reference to to Iran?
    One can always find "uncle Jamal"-the useful idiot in any country, that's why democracy is a rule of the MAJORITY, not minority, and especially not a rule of individuals upset at the government.

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    Then why were you talking about democracy if the aim of your country is plain robbery and control freakery?
    Who said anything about robbery and control freakery (whatever that is)? You asked why the country is important, as compared to say east africa, and I responded that it is because of their oil. That's what makes their region important, not that we are going to steal it or something. We'll continue to buy it at market rates.

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by Agnapostate View Post
    There's certainly no logical means of arriving at the conclusion that increased profits for the U.S. financial class can acceptably warrant the destruction of the sovereignty, liberty, and self-determination of others, considering that such action would have the obvious consequence of causing suffering of a more intense sort than the happiness it could provide to its beneficiaries. Nothing but deluded jingoistic sentiment could lead one to such a conclusion.
    Nonsense...

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by reefedjib View Post
    Who said anything about robbery and control freakery (whatever that is)? You asked why the country is important, as compared to say east africa, and I responded that it is because of their oil. That's what makes their region important, not that we are going to steal it or something. We'll continue to buy it at market rates.
    You don't even know where the US gets its oil from, do you? There, have a look: [ame=http://askville.amazon.com/USA-oil-countries/AnswerDetails.do?requestId=10357485&responseId=103 58112]Where does the USA get it's oil? Various countries...[/ame]

    So why does your country need to control ME and Caspian oil and gas?

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by TacticalEvilDan View Post
    Source please, specifically with reference to to Iran?
    I recall there was a protest recently where hundreds of thousands took to the streets for freedom. A young woman named Neda lost her life for freedom.

    Neda, Iranian Freedom Icon, Immortalized by U.S. Artist

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by bhkad View Post
    I recall there was a protest recently where hundreds of thousands took to the streets for freedom. A young woman named Neda lost her life for freedom.

    Neda, Iranian Freedom Icon, Immortalized by U.S. Artist
    They weren't asking us to storm in there and "help" them, they wanted an honest recount of the vote.

    I wonder how we would've liked it if a foreign nation had stormed in here after the debacle that was the Presidential election of 2000...
    I'm already gearing up for Finger Vote 2014.

    Just for reference, means my post was a giant steaming pile of sarcasm.

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by bhkad View Post
    I recall there was a protest recently where hundreds of thousands took to the streets for freedom. A young woman named Neda lost her life for freedom.
    And did they ask the US to come and bomb them into freedom?

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    One can always find "uncle Jamal"-the useful idiot in any country, that's why democracy is a rule of the MAJORITY, not minority, and especially not a rule of individuals upset at the government.
    That's why the election protests were so heart rending. In a free society the majority would have voted Ahmadinejad out.

    OBL 11/24/02

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    And did they ask the US to come and bomb them into freedom?
    Who said the US is bombing them into freedom?

    OBL 11/24/02

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    Re: Top Revolutionary Guard commanders assassinated

    Quote Originally Posted by TacticalEvilDan View Post
    They weren't asking us to storm in there and "help" them, they wanted an honest recount of the vote.

    I wonder how we would've liked it if a foreign nation had stormed in here after the debacle that was the Presidential election of 2000...
    We haven't done anything.

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