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Seriously people, this is like 9th grade History here.
Read this and get back to me. All of you.
They're not stupid, Iran know it's surronded. If they decided to attack somebody they'd wipe it out in less than a hour.
Unless they have a solid evidance that Iran is developing a nuclear weapon they have no justification to blow it up.
Last edited by Turmoill; 2012-11-16 at 08:07 PM.
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I've been following this shitstorm for years now and honestly I'm at the point where China needs to cut ties and just fucking get rid of Iran. The UNSC has not done shit to stop Iran from becoming a bigger threat and the closest person that can reasonably deal with it is China. You do not want a fucking nation that supports terrorism to have nuclear power, especially when its veil is non-existent and is really being used for weapons. I would not shed a single tear if Iran was removed from maps.
From your own link, the bombing saving lives is not necessarily true, it is still open for debate.
Let them get one, not like they'll use it without being blown up, although according to Obama they are years away from making one.
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In one more month of war with the Japanese, more would have been killed than the atomic bombs killed.Historian Robert P. Newman concluded that each month that the war continued in 1945 would have produced the deaths of 'upwards of 250,000 people, mostly Asian but some Westerners.'"
Then I'm pretty glad you're not the one in power.I would not shed a single tear if Iran was removed from maps.
Here's your very own Winston Churchill:
Oh, but what did he know about the war?“ There were those who considered that the atomic bomb should never have been used at all. I cannot associate myself with such ideas… I am surprised that very worthy people—but people who in most cases had no intention of proceeding to the Japanese front themselves—should adopt a position that rather than throw this bomb we should have sacrificed a million American and a quarter of a million British lives…
Winston Churchill, leader of the Opposition, in a speech to the British House of Commons, August 1945