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Understanding the USA conflict of interest with China and Russia

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in response to reader comment: You write a great deal about Israels position, what position is the US in ?

Submitted by Harrak (Canada), May 3, 2006 at 11:30

The USA owed something to China and Russia. The following shows what the USA is paying for now in the frame of Iranian Nuke issue:

Debt owed to China:

1- Supporting the Taiwanese cause and selling arms to them. 2- Supporting the Tibet so called democratic cause. 3- Double standards regarding N.Korea 's nukes Vrs Israel Nukes. 4- The stupid unecessary human right reports on China. So these are 4 elements that makes the USA threaten Chines national integraty and makes them feel the American hypocrisy. Result: Why not detering The USA with Iran! Pakistan has Nukes may aswell Iran.

Debt owed to Russia:

1- Supporting the Chechen cause and putting the US nose in the wrong place. 2- The crack down on Russian allies in Ugozlavia (former) and the double standard with Molosovich Vrs Sadam (international tribunal Vrs national tribunal). 3-Moving foraward to the east towards the Russian sphere in a manner which is not friendly swallowing Ukrania, Goergia etc... 4- Invasion of Iraq and breach of international legality. 5- the star war project by G. Bush that provoked Russia. All 5 elements make Russia help Iran to secure the almost US controled middle East oil resourses by at leat having a large oil exporter under their sphere of influence. Again pakistan has it, may as well Iran.

There are other countries to which USA owes some debt, when they are mature, they will issue the bill..



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