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Its natural Law.

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Submitted by Rench (United States), Jul 18, 2006 at 14:54

Thouh fairly clear and unavodable these outcomes are natraul.But what now.Have the lessons been learned?Have the men and women in charge of the policies changed there minds? Many of them are in the Israeli government right now.

So now the stakes are higher then ever.The radicals goals have not changed, All the renunciations of terror by the PLO and the like are worthless.Hezbollah did not become a benign lebanese politcal party. Irans mullahs have not become more cooperative through the years. Peace plans have not changed the essence of the conflict. The UN and globalists in general have not saved the world from the scourge of war. So as the global powder keg is packed tighter and tighter the main question is this: Can the patterns be reversed. Or are we too far along for such hopeful ideals. A tleast we can try. But to what our efforts may help my be Frankly too little too late.

Also if Hezbollah is neutralized Iran becomes open to more pressures.The mullahs simply cant allow such a loss for themselves.Thats what needs to be watched and analyzed.The whole view of this conflict is still unfolding. But its clear if hezbollah is neutralized, Iran deterence is as it were weakened. Its amazing how much is in play.

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