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Reader comment on item: Prepare to attack [Iran]
in response to reader comment: Who cares if Iran gets a nuke

Submitted by Nowhereman (United Kingdom), Jun 18, 2008 at 14:07

Submitted by GovtFlu (United States), Jun 13, 2008 at 14:35

Iran having a Nuke won't make a difference in my daily routine...

Well said or as my Dad would say "Iran having a nuke is like fornicating with an hedgehog. One prick against thousands"

Even if Iran had 10, or 100 it would serve no purpose except Mutual Assured Destruction with Israel, or any of its neighbours that it may threaten. Not that it has any or threatened anyway.

Hence the rush for the nuclear strike that would cover any proof of the fictional weapons program that is being advocated by various lobbies and powerful factions. This is all about doing Saudi Arabia's dirty work of eliminating its S'hia rival influance against its wahabbi doctrine and dominate islamic purpose and direction while Israel takes the heat and backlash for the destruction of Iran. Saudi Arabia would appear to be innocent while pushing up its oil price's which we will all feel the effect of and a small minority will become immensely wealthy.


Nuff said.


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