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    Re: Wonderful news - Terrorists strike iran

    Quote Originally Posted by rogerredy View Post
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    Ahmadinejad: We will strike back at those behind blast | Iranian - Iran News | Jerusalem Post

    I can only hope that this is the first of many such strikes leading to the final, painful death of the fascist dictatorship of thugs and murderers running the iranian government today.

    May many more body blows against this cancerous dictatorship, this tumor in the middle east, be struck until the enemy that is the IRI be wiped from the map forever.

    Death to the Khameinist fascist regime!!
    Why is this good?
    Will everything stay the same forever if this doesn't happen?
    Terrorists strikes mean death, are you saying you approve of this?
    What do you know of Iran? Do the people want this, or a small minority?

    I am curious, why do you believe this is the greatest thing since ___________?

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    Re: Wonderful news - Terrorists strike iran

    Quote Originally Posted by REO SpeedDealer View Post
    Then what's your excuse?

    Stop thinking like a child.
    We think the way we think. I'd ask you to begin thinking.

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    Re: Wonderful news - Terrorists strike iran

    I am reveling in the irony of American observers cheering on this successful terrorist attack.

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    Re: Wonderful news - Terrorists strike iran

    Quote Originally Posted by Orius View Post
    I am reveling in the irony of American observers cheering on this successful terrorist attack.
    They Know not what they say fore they are intoxicated by the hateful spirits of warmongers and hatemongers of times past.

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    Re: Wonderful news - Terrorists strike iran

    Quote Originally Posted by Agnapostate View Post
    That would be an understandable (though not necessarily justifiable) action of the Iranian political regime, considering that the U.S. was long governed by a political regime that candidly admitted their involvement in attempts to destabilize Iranian political affairs, but I referred to Hezbollah, Hamas, and Islamic Jihad. They are certainly not organizations with the power to attack U.S. targets or comparable to Al Qaeda in any meaningful way.
    I think you should conduct some further research into Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, and terrorist organizations in general before making a claim that Hezbollah isn't comparable to Al-Qaeda in any "meaningful way."

    I will help you out this time for free.

    The Al-Qaeda-Hezbollah Relationship - Council on Foreign Relations

    Last month the FBI sent a notice to 18,000 police agencies asking them to remain wary of the Hezbollah threat. This is not the first time the FBI placed Hezbollah in its sights: A 2002 report from the agency suggested that fifty to one hundred Hamas and Hezbollah agents had infiltrated the United States at that time and were involved in fund-raising and low-level intelligence gathering. Just last year, ABC News reports, the Bureau had as many as 200 active cases involving suspected Hezbollah operatives. Hezbollah's intelligence gathering activities have been seen by some officials as contingency planning should either group wish to launch attacks in the United States. The group has consistently shown itself to be one of the most innovative and effective terrorist groups in the world. As then-Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage explained in a September 2002 speech, "Hezbollah may be the A team of terrorists and maybe al-Qaeda is actually the B team."

    Likewise, James Woolsey, former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee in February that "Ahmadinejad who is close to Hezbollah, says that he knows of the 29 sensitive sites in the U.S. and the West, which he has spied out and is ready to attack in order to, quote: 'End Anglo-Saxon civilization."

    Hezbollah threat<br> to U.S. 'serious'


    I take these assumptions very seriously and I am surprised at how many people don't realize that a U.S strike on Iran would almost certainly guarantee a spectacular Hezbollah attack within our borders. This is certainly a concern for policy makers, and one that I am sure influences their decisions.
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    Re: Wonderful news - Terrorists strike iran

    First, the OP...

    This is absolutely terrible news, based on recent events such as Russia warning to not 'pressure' Iran1, as well as talks between israel and russia2 (Of course those talks were to declare that israel has NO INTEREST in attacking Iran...

    Since american interests seem intertwined with israeli interests, I wouldn't put it past this attack being from one or the other... trying to 'soften them up' before the real war starts.

    Quote Originally Posted by bhkad View Post
    Iran is evil. The 3 you mentioned above are not.
    Those 3 others are far from innocent either... don't be mistaken.

    Quote Originally Posted by rogerredy View Post
    You need to understand from where <I> come from.

    I consider every hamas, islamic jihad, and hezbollah attack against israel and the US to be a direct terrorist attack conducted, aided, abetted and paid for, by the iranian government. I hold the IRI DIRECTLY responsible for each of the thousands upon thousands of attacks made against israel and the US over the past several decades.

    So when I see the IRI getting a taste of its own medicine, I could not be more thrilled. I just wish Israel and other nations who have suffered attacks by iranian proxies would ALSO develop their own proxy groups to strike into the heart of iran and its government, so that the US et al can claim "well, we are not attacking the iranians" as the various far left garbage likes to claim about iran on a daily basis.
    Do you have any sort of evidence to offer, or is it just the assumption that is made?

    Quote Originally Posted by bhkad View Post
    Don't play ignorant. You know that Iranians and Iranian arms have been found in Iraq.
    So a countries allegience can be derived by whether or not any of their weapons show up in a different country??

    Quote Originally Posted by REO SpeedDealer View Post
    Oops.....someone apparently still thinks it's 2003.

    Sorry kiddo....but the adults are back in charge. We, in fact, are concerned with their "opinion as such" (google "diplomacy" for elaboration).
    Ya... american diplomacy (at least since Bush) has been essentiall : Do what we say or we'll carpet bomb your country into submission.


    What we are not concerned with is YOUR opinion. Elections have consequences....it is you who are entirely irrelevant.
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    This is a shameful view of what politics has become in this country... YOU HAD YOUR VOTE NOW SIT DOWN AND SHUT UP (we got swat teams on standby),

    Those in power are meant to be REPRESENTATIVE of the wishes of the people in general...

    No, I take that back... how al-quaida of me... dictators are as american as apply pie.

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    Re: Wonderful news - Terrorists strike iran

    Quote Originally Posted by BmanMcfly View Post

    So a countries allegience can be derived by whether or not any of their weapons show up in a different country??

    Ya... american diplomacy (at least since Bush) has been essentiall : Do what we say or we'll carpet bomb your country into submission.
    First - can you please cite a reliable source which reports, with evidience - that the Bush admin "carpet bombed" a country. When you cannot, please cite an instance where the Bush administration used the words "or we'll carpet bomb your country into submission", and when you cannot, please go look up the phrase, "carpet bomb" and educate yourself.

    Quote Originally Posted by BmanMcfly View Post
    Those in power are meant to be REPRESENTATIVE of the wishes of the people in general...

    No, I take that back... how al-quaida of me... dictators are as american as apply pie.
    Representation is still in the hands of the people. If those people become apathetic in their duty to vote for a person or persons who consistently do not do what they want, it is not the government's fault it is the fault of the people who ALLOW these things to continue. I'd love to blame it all on government but ... in fact, it's the collective "we" who vote at the lowest levels of locality and state governments which make the most or least impact.

    If we have dictators - we the people, are at fault for allowing them to exist.

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    Re: Wonderful news - Terrorists strike iran

    Quote Originally Posted by Ockham View Post
    First - can you please cite a reliable source which reports, with evidience - that the Bush admin "carpet bombed" a country. When you cannot, please cite an instance where the Bush administration used the words "or we'll carpet bomb your country into submission", and when you cannot, please go look up the phrase, "carpet bomb" and educate yourself.
    I was speaking in an off the cuff fashion... referring to Bush-Saddam 'diplomacy' where it was openly in (my local, at least) newspapers that Bush's idea of 'diplomacy' boils down to "Do what we want or it's war."... Although, I'm sure by some definitions 'shock and awe' could be seen as a 'controlled carpet bombing'... but my point was more along the lines of the diplomacy through threats then the issue of carpet bombing.


    Representation is still in the hands of the people. If those people become apathetic in their duty to vote for a person or persons who consistently do not do what they want, it is not the government's fault
    This is an interesting point... I can't deny the apathy, and that apathy has grown to detrimental levels.

    However, it's not just apathy, but media which has sold us these politicians and shunned any alternative to 'officialdom' for so long (at least since JFK if not before then) that the apathy COULD be an intentional effect of media controls... tv and other media has proven mind manipulation effects.

    So, in a sense the logic is 'people have been mind numbed through media' and because they are so 'mind numb' that they have become apathetic, and because the people have 'allowed' this to happen it's their own fault if they elect the next dictator.

    it is the fault of the people who ALLOW these things to continue.
    The revolution has already begun... though what little media mention it gets always emphasizes that it's a 'fringe' group of people.

    I'd love to blame it all on government but ... in fact, it's the collective "we" who vote at the lowest levels of locality and state governments which make the most or least impact.
    While I agree with you in a sense, IMO it's much more of a symbiotic process.

    If we have dictators - we the people, are at fault for allowing them to exist.
    Bush acted like a dictator, Obama will build on those actions... but even if Mccain had won we'd be in roughly the same situation today. So, if it's a 'lose-lose' decision about freedom, where the vast majority will vote for a major party instead of a party that might actually represent their real wishes... the blame on the people is shared.

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    Re: Wonderful news - Terrorists strike iran

    Quote Originally Posted by Orius View Post
    I am reveling in the irony of American observers cheering on this successful terrorist attack.
    Please refer yourself to post #5 before you are jumping into assumptions.
    "The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis."

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    Re: Wonderful news - Terrorists strike iran

    Quote Originally Posted by Just Plain Jim View Post
    Why is this good?
    Will everything stay the same forever if this doesn't happen?
    Terrorists strikes mean death, are you saying you approve of this?
    What do you know of Iran? Do the people want this, or a small minority?

    I am curious, why do you believe this is the greatest thing since ___________?

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    Its wonderful because:

    1-iran is FINALLY getting a taste of their own medicine
    2-it is not terrorism since soldiers were targeted

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