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Old September 23rd, 2012 #41
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It all hinges on whether the Iranians have missiles that can reach Israel or not. Israel decides whether this war goes down or not. If they can be hit, the war will not go on. If they can escape being struck, the war will start. Since I have no idea what Iran's true missile capabilities are, I can't say. Also, how many Israeli casualties do the Israeli leaders deem acceptable?

Can the US and Israel strike ALL of the Iranians' missile bases and nuclear installations in the one go? Is the US willing to go nuclear? They might have to use nuclear warheads to destroy the missile bunkers that are deep underground.

Seems like a case of overkill over the issue of whether Iran has nuclear weapons or not. And so what if they have? The Iranians have a right to self-defense. The world has not gone to pot as some predicted since Pakistan and especially North Korea acquired nuclear capability. I don't see North Korea sending bombs to the west coast of America or southwards to South Korea. The Pakistanis are not a threat to anyone despite being Islamic and having nukes.

Strike Iran with nukes and cause nuclear devastation in the region as well as the formation of a massive nuclear cloud that will float over the globe raining down isotopes everywhere. For what? Chernobyl and Fukushima were bad enough. Why destroy the environment even more? Even the God's Chosen are not immune to the effects of nuclear irradiation and contamination of the environment.

On top of that, Russia and China may get involved. This can't be ruled out. And what a lot of fun that would be if they do. It would be Third World War, and the risk of nuclear missiles being used by China, Russia and the US against each other will be high.

All over ISRAEL. Those Christians need a smack in the face. Look at all they have done over the years the particular brand of Zionist christianity has become ascendant. It parallels the rapid decline of America. Christians need to be committed as they are dangerous to themselves and to others. If there was someone talking about an apocalypse and how they will be beamed up into heaven, you would send them to the nut house, right? There is not much difference between these people and the Christians.

The Jews laugh at them and talk about Jesus boiling in a vat of hot excrement, and about Mary his mother being a whore, and these people worship the Jews as the Chosen Ones. The Jews also laugh, like the Dancing Israelis laughed, whenever they pull off a false flag stunt against America. I bet Netanyahu was beaming from ear to ear when 9/11 happened. He was so gleeful when it happened.

The Christians' ignorance is so stunning. They spend all their time being brainwashed. Any spare minute is spent in prayer, church attendance, prayer meetings, and meeting other church members for bible studies. They don't have any time to explore the Internet for the real issues and find the truth. They do use the Internet but only to look up bible scriptures and visit Christian sites. These pastors know how to brainwash them. They don't give these fools a moment's peace. There are even prayer sessions held at 4 in the mornings. Sleep deprivation is known as a good brainwashing tool, and it works well on these crazies.
 
Old September 23rd, 2012 #42
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Iran has enough rockets and missiles to hit Israel plus they've got one of the most advanced biological and chemical armaments in the world.

Big Jew knows that Iran also has great air defense and Israel has shitty routes to get to Iran to bomb it. They've got the Israel and U.S. elections in October 31 and first week of November to rig. First step is to get America to follow Israel into open, violent action against Iran and then rah-rah-rah the American public into voting for whichever candidate promises to kill the most Eye-Ranians for Our Only Democratic Ally In The Middle East.
 
Old September 23rd, 2012 #43
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Oral History Interview with
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General staff G-2 Middle East specialist, Washington, 1945-46; Bureau Near East-South Asian-African Affairs Department of State, since 1946, country specialist 1946-47, advisor U.N. affairs, 1947-50, advisor on intelligence 1950-55.
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by Richard D. McKinzie

http://www.trumanlibrary.org/oralhist/wright.htm
Read this if you have not.

So few White's read anymore, but jooos' know about this.

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The fact that George Patton, Douglas MacArthur, Joseph P. McCarthy, Charles A. Lindbergh, and many others failed at a solid counter attack against the joo's and their paid traitors for the crime's of FDR with his NYC/London Cabal, especially Dec. 7, 1941 that has lead us to this day.

Whether there is a out right military attack against Iran, there has been violence orchestrated against every other Islamic Nation there now since 1948.

Iran has been attacked in other ways, and unlike Japan they have not taken the bait.

Admiral Fallon who was the CNO few years back did not go for the Speed Boat show to start a war, and he was replaced.

Homoland insecurity ratchets up a little more ever week, and the best paying jobs for average people is the regime security outfits.

While all this is going on we have had open borders with millions of "Legal" invaders every year now.

Flip R.N.'s in CA. recently settled with a hospital they sued in a discrimination case because they were told to speak English on the "job" and around patients etc. On The Job.

My point is joo's with all their sycophants, whores and hired killers, and prostitutes are in charge.

All you have to do is look around at our public commons, airports, schools, personal conduct, prison population, health care to see that our people have been stressed out. Yet daily all White's hear and see is jooish points of View, AM nut talk radio, and NPR get YT propganda.

The U.S. IMO is much more divided than in April 1861 in every way possible.

Government retiree's are a very strong Proletarian guard for the regime as majority, and for those who had their 401's robbed by Wall Street joo's and ARISA did nothing to help those victims. For the non government employed it will be work till you drop with lousy medical care with flips and worse not speaking English in medical centers.

These bastards are suicidal control freaks, as they are Nutz and have always been willing to have others die for them.




Just look at what they have actually done, their M.O. tells all IMO.

http://www.kevinmacdonald.net/SlezkineRev.pdf
Yes, their conduct of murder and terror control with their take over during the chaos of defeated troops returning home Russia from WW 1 is fact.


It seems that to Keep control nothing is too horrific to be committed.


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Old September 23rd, 2012 #44
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Iran could launch pre-emptive Israel strike-commander
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DUBAI | Sun Sep 23, 2012 4:39pm EDT

(Reuters) - Iran could launch a pre-emptive strike on Israel if it was sure the Jewish state was preparing to attack it, a senior commander of its elite Revolutionary Guards was quoted as saying on Sunday.

Amir Ali Hajizadeh, a brigadier general in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, made the comments to Iran's state-run Arabic language Al-Alam television.

"Iran will not start any war but it could launch a pre-emptive attack if it was sure that the enemies are putting the final touches to attack it," Al-Alam said, paraphrasing the military commander.

Hajizadeh said any attack on Iranian soil could trigger "World War Three".

"We can not imagine the Zionist regime starting a war without America's support. Therefore, in case of a war, we will get into a war with both of them and we will certainly get into a conflict with American bases," he said.

"In that case, unpredictable and unmanageable things would happen and it could turn into a World War Three."


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made increasing hints that Israel could strike Iran's nuclear sites and has criticized U.S. President Barack Obama's position that sanctions and diplomacy should be given more time to stop Iran getting the atomic bomb.

Tehran denied it is seeking weapons capability and says its atomic work is peaceful, aimed at generating electricity.

"The Zionist entity is militarily incapable of confronting Iran ... the circumstances of the region do not enable it to wage war tomorrow or even in the near future," Hajizadeh said.

"Our response will exceed their expectations," he said. "Their assessment of our missile capabilities is wrong. Our response will not only be missiles."

(Reporting by Zahra Hosseinian and Rania El Gamal; Editing by Sophie Hares)
 
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Old September 23rd, 2012 #46
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Just caught Romney on the television. No matter what his handlers think, it really alienates the public to hear all the Israel fellating from his ilk. Especially anybody that's younger than say, 35 or so.

Romney is simply too wishy-washy, and one of the things where he's dead consistent on (i.e. Israel) is something that drives voters away, for the most part. Still can't believe just how much of a loser the guy really is.

I don't think there will be any sort of false flag before the election comes. Not being absolutist, of course. WN circles have been waiting for it to happen for a long time, now, and it seems unlikely that jews would have that much bravado to do it right before an election.
 
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IAEA leaks confidential information about Iran: Lawmaker



Senior Iranian lawmaker Javad Jahangirzadeh says the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has not fulfilled its responsibilities regarding the confidentiality of information obtained from Iran.


“The IAEA is obliged to protect the information about the nuclear activities of [its] member states but it has not fulfilled its responsibility regarding Iran and has transferred Iran's nuclear information to the country’s enemies,” the member of Iran's Majlis Presiding Board said on Saturday.

“[IAEA Director General Yukiya] Amano’s repeated trips to Tel Aviv and asking the Israeli official’s views about Iran's nuclear activities indicates that Iran's nuclear information has been leaked to the Zionist Regime [of Israel] and other enemies of the Islamic Republic,” Jahangirzadeh added.


“If the agency’s actions lead to Iran cutting cooperation with this international body, all responsibility will be with the IAEA director general,” the Iranian lawmaker said.

The United States, Israel and some of their allies have repeatedly accused Iran of pursuing non-civilian objectives in its nuclear energy program.

Iran argues that as a signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and a member of the IAEA, it is entitled to develop and acquire nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.

The IAEA has conducted numerous inspections of Iran's nuclear facilities, but has never found any evidence of diversion in Tehran's nuclear energy program toward military purposes.

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Old September 24th, 2012 #48
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Iran accuses Israel of ‘threatening’ U.S. with allegations of Iranian nuclear weapon



By Anne Gearan, Monday, September 24, 12:10 PM

Israel is bullying the United States over the alleged threat of an Iranian nuclear weapon, using the prospect of an Israeli military attack on Iran to force the hand of its much larger ally, Iran’s president said Monday.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad dismissed the idea that Israel might well attack on its own, over the objections of the United States, and said Israel itself was an inconsequential interloper with no rightful place in the Middle East.

“I look at it from the outside and I see that a few occupying Zionists are threatening the government of the United States,” Ahmadinejad said during an interview with American editors and reporters.

“Is it the Zionists who must tell the United States government what to do, such as form a red line on Iran’s nuclear issues, and the United States government must make such vital decisions under the influence of the Zionists?” Ahmadinejad said, using the Iranian regime’s term for Israel. He spoke through an interpreter.

Americans should be insulted if their government takes marching orders from Israel, Ahmadinejad added.

The two-term Iranian leader spoke on the sidelines of the annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly. The gathering this year is colored by the politics of the U.S. presidential election, and by the possibility of an Israeli military strike on Iran.

The Obama administration is already chafing under increasingly direct pressure from Israel to declare “red lines” in Iran’s nuclear development that would trigger a U.S. attack. President Obama, who is scheduled to address the United Nations on Tuesday, has said he would not tolerate an Iranian nuclear bomb. He has threatened a military strike if there is no other option to prevent Iran from getting the bomb, but has not publicly set a deadline for diplomacy to run its course.

The Obama administration opposes a unilateral Israeli strike because it is unlikely to finish off Iran’s program and could pull the United States into a wider Middle East war.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is expected to tell the United Nations in an address on Thursday that Israel must decide for itself what risk is unacceptable. In a clear challenge to Obama, Netanyahu said this month that outsiders who refuse to set a “clear red line” for Iran do not have the authority to tell Israel what to do.

Iran’s clerical leaders have previously vowed to eradicate Israel, although Ahmadinejad did not repeat that threat Monday.

Ahmadinejad said he is not worried that Israel would go it alone. He made it clear that a U.S. strike is the only one Iran takes seriously.

“The people do not even count them as any part of an equation,” he said of Israel. “When you have prepared yourself for a much vaster, bigger threat, then of course the small disturbances hardly represent anything more than a blip on the radar screen.”

Ahmadinejad said Iran remains open to negotiation over the bounds of what he insisted was a peaceful nuclear development program, but said several U.S. administrations have “managed to miss” opportunities to improve relations with Iran.

Although Netanyahu is presumed to favor Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, Ahmadinejad declined an offer to endorse Obama. Netanyahu is featured in a pro-Romney television ad airing in Florida.

“The U.S. elections are a domestic issue,” Ahmadinejad said. “We will not meddle in that at all.”

Obama and Romney traded accusations about Israel and Iran in high-profile television interviews that aired over the weekend. Romney said in a “60 Minutes” interview that aired Sunday on CBS that Obama was making a “mistake” by not meeting with Netanyahu on the sidelines of the U.N. meeting.

Obama’s choice “sends a message throughout the Middle East that somehow we distance ourselves from our friends,” Romney said. “I think the exact opposite approach is what’s necessary.”

Speaking on the same program, Obama defended his handling of foreign policy.

“If Gov. Romney is suggesting that we start another war, he should say so,” Obama said.

Both Obama and Romney will address the Clinton Global Initiative gathering in New York on Tuesday.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/...258_story.html

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Old September 24th, 2012 #49
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US President Barack Obama said during a televised interview that aired this weekend that he will block out “any noise” from Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urging America to intervene in an Iranian nuclear program.

Speaking to 60 Minutes, President Obama acknowledged that the United States does indeed maintain friendly relations with Israel, but suggested that he would not necessarily intervene in that country’s issues if it wasn’t the best course of action for the American people. The interview was conducted by Steve Kroft and carried by CBS Sunday evening.


Responding to a question about how much pressure the United States receives from Prime Minister Netanyahu to use military force in Iran to thwart a rumored nuclear warhead procurement plan, President Obama said he understands Israel’s concerns but does not feel pressured to play by their rules.


“I have conversations with Prime Minister Netanyahu all the time. And I understand and share Prime Minister Netanyahu’s insistence that Iran should not obtain a nuclear weapon, because it would threaten us, it would threaten Israel, and it would threaten the world and kick off a nuclear arms race,” President Obama explained.

In response to his answer, Mr. Kraft followed through and asked the president, “You’re saying, you don’t feel any pressure from Prime Minister Netanyahu in the middle of a campaign to try and get you to change your policy and draw a line in the sand? “You don’t feel any pressure?”


“When it comes to our national security decisions — any pressure that I feel is simply to do what’s right for the American people. And I am going to block out—any noise that’s out there,” President Obama said.

"Now I feel an obligation, not pressure but obligation, to make sure that we’re in close consultation with the Israelis — on these issues. Because it affects them deeply. They’re one of our closest allies in the region. And we’ve got an Iranian regime that has said horrible things that directly threaten Israel’s existence.”


Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts governor that will challenge President Obama in the November elections, told 60 Minute’s that the White House’s response was a "mistake that sends a message throughout the Middle East that somehow we distance ourselves from our friends."


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Speaking to 60 Minutes, President Obama acknowledged that the United States does indeed maintain friendly relations with Israel, but suggested that he would not necessarily intervene in that country’s issues if it wasn’t the best course of action for the American people. ...

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President Obama said he understands Israel’s concerns but does not feel pressured to play by their rules.

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When it comes to our national security decisions — any pressure that I feel is simply to do what’s right for the American people. And I am going to block out—any noise that’s out there,” President Obama said.

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They’re one of our closest allies in the region. [This is the most important quote. It reduces Israel to one of...not the, but one of]
All pretty impressive stuff. If he met with Ahmadinejad in a cordial meeting, I would not only vote for Obama, I'd campaign for him.

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All pretty impressive stuff. If he met with Ahmadinejad in a cordial meeting, I would not only vote for Obama, I'd campaign for him.

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A nigger that goes against the jew, is better than a white man who serves the jew. Right now it appears that little by little Obama is separating the US from israel. At least there are some hints of this and if it is true he deserves credit. Romney is a jew/israel lick-spittle slug.

Just remember this: When the filthiest Muslim on Earth takes a shit, what squirts out his ass is cleaner and more decent than any jew who ever lived. A white man who serves the jew is no different than a jew, and the same applies to him.

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From President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's own webpages, a translation of Sunday night's meeting with Iranian expatriates in New York.

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad downplayed the military threats posed by the Zionist regime against Tehran, and said the Iranian nation attaches no importance to the "uncultured" Zionists.


Monday 24 September 2012 - 08:13

"A number of uncultured Zionists that threaten the Iranian nation today are never counted and are never paid any attention in the equations of the Iranian nation," Dr.Ahmadinejad said, addressing Iranian expatriates in New York on Sunday night.

Stressing that despite many ups and downs, Iran has always paved the path of progress and flourishing, he, meantime, said that the Iranian nation has never hesitated to defend itself against enemy threats and aggressions.

President said that no bullying power has ever been successful in overcoming the Iranian nation.

President further stressed that based on the history, any hostile force that invaded Iran not only failed to achieve anything but rather was destroyed and overwhelmed by the rich culture of the nation.

Stressing that enemies of Iran are well aware of the fact that Iranians are quite capable of managing world affairs, he said that is exactly for this reason that they are scared of losing their authority to loot nations.

He said given the present world conditions, there will be no signs of bullying powers in a near future.

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I hope he keeps blasting away at the theme of America, the pwned superpower. Americans need to hear from a world leader that their own leaders are lapdogs. The incredible arrogance of the kikes and the shabbes goyeem who serve them has gone unchecked for so long that nuclear war has become a not unthinkable option.
 
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...that nuclear war has become a not unthinkable option.
This is the scariest calculation that the neocons may have made. First I have to admit that I may be naive. Maybe at the real levels of power, neocon or otherwise, nobody is stupid enough to risk this. I have no inside sources, but it sure sounds like the fucking israelis and their butt boys here in the Kwa are willing to risk nuclear war.

And there is, in my opinion, a possible chain of events that starts with a bombing of Iran by israel or the US and ends with a nuclear exchange between the US and Russia or China. Not certain or even highly likely, but still a significant possibility. That's too much for me.

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This is the scariest calculation that the neocons may have made. First I have to admit that I may be naive. Maybe at the real levels of power, neocon or otherwise, nobody is stupid enough to risk this. I have no inside sources, but it sure sounds like the fucking israelis and their butt boys here in the Kwa are willing to risk nuclear war.

And there is, in my opinion, a possible chain of events that starts with a bombing of Iran by israel or the US and ends with a nuclear exchange between the US and Russia or China. Not certain or even highly likely, but still a significant possibility. That's too much for me.

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The Russians have stated, publicly and unequivocally, if israel or the U.S. attacks Iran, Russia will retaliate as if it were an attack on them.

There is a defense pact between Russia, China, Iran, Venezuela, and Syria, with the possibility that others are involved, (like Cuba) there is no way an attack on Iran CANNOT go nuclear.

The kikes are willing to kill the planet for their territorial demands..
 
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The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) on Monday called on member states of the United Nations to walk out when Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad addresses the General Assembly Wednesday.

“The fact that Ahmadinejad must be allowed to speak according to UN rules in no way means that he should be treated with the normal courtesies given to heads of state,” said Abraham H. Foxman, ADL National Director.

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I'm not too sure about this. A lot of the things we hear about Iran having comes from their own mouths. They are probably bluffing most of the time. The animation videos of Iranian missiles on Youtube are just videos. They don't prove anything.

They may have developed one rocket that is like the S-300 but that won't be enough to counter the Israelis' state-of-the-art weaponry that they have received from the US and Germany.

I heard that they recently tested a rocket that's more sophisticated than the ones they have. This is bad news because it means they just have rockets that are in the experimental and developmental stages, and not in the completed and battle-ready stage.

The other thing that makes me suspect their weapons aren't good enough is that Netanyahu is very gungho about attacking Iran. Whether Israel or the US attacks Iran, Iran will retaliate against the Jewish state by firing missiles there, and the Jews know that.

But they do not seem worried about Iran's missile capabilities at all with regard to the damage that their missiles will do to Israel.

US bases and military in the Middle East, especially in Iraq, are another story. They are within closer reach of Iranian missiles and there is a higher chance of greater damage to them in the event of a war. Also, Iranian troops on the ground might take the war to Iraqi soil, and undo all the work the US has done over there.

Israel of course doesn't care about the loss of American lives or about damage to bases (the US taxpayer will pay for it all) but the political fallout will be great if Israel is seen as the instigator of the war. That's probably why some Israelis are against attacking Iran. It's not really I think that they're worried they can't attack Iran successfully; it's that they're worried that Americans will not escape damage and casualties in Iraq, and Israel will be blamed for it.

The US public has not been convinced that there is a need for war with Iran. They will understand that Iran is just defending herself when she attacks US bases in Iraq.

It wouldn't be good at this stage for a war against Iran to happen.

So I think it's mainly political considerations that have prevented the war on Iran from happening.

Even if the Americans are pulled into this war because Iran attacks US bases after being attacked by Israel, it still would not be good for Israel.

Israel is not supposed to go to war without America's "permission". The American president has to "approve" any war its allies start especially if US forces are going to be caught in the crossfire. This is not because Israel is America's puppet but because the pretense that America is NOT Israel's puppet has to be kept up. And if Israel goes to war with Iran unilaterally, the illusion that the US is not Israel's puppet will be destroyed forever. The special relationship between ZOG presidents and Israel will be harmed greatly.

The only way out for the Israelis is another false flag. However, more people are aware of Israeli false flags than before, and it will be hard for Israel to pull off another false flag on US soil. A false flag on US carriers in the Gulf is too obvious. Obama doesn't want a war with Iran and has signaled to the Israelis to back off.

The Iranians appear civil, moderate and reasonable when they appear on TV. They do not seem like the Saudi jihadists. They have established PressTV and many westerners are now familiar with Iran, the people, the culture, the political views of the Iranian leadership, and so on. This has done a lot to counter the image that the Iranians are fully of crazy mullahs and religious fanatics that the Jews like to push on people. Not many people will buy the story of crazed Iranian Muslim fanatics bombing American installations like they bought the story of Al Qaida attacking US buildings with planes.

No, it's not going to be easy to pull off another major false flag at all. A nuclear false flag will make Israel the primary suspect as it's an open secret that they are the only country in the ME with nuclear weapons.

The Israelis are in a bind.

Attack Iran, probably successfully, and ruin the relationship with the US, maybe irrevocably?

Or don't attack Iran and maybe lose the only chance of attacking that nation that they have in the foreseeable future?

The most hawkish, eg Netanyahu, think an attack on Iran is worth the risk.

The less hawkish don't.

As for chemical and biological weapons Iran may possess, I'm not sure about that either. Israelis have gas masks. And Palestinians will be killed too in any attack. Again, the Israelis will probably know the capabilities of the Iranians in this field and have assessed them to not be a great problem. The Jews aren't suicidal or reckless. They wouldn't place themselves deliberately in harm's way if they could help it. Attacking Iran and then getting hurt themselves would defeat the purpose of attacking Iran.

Romney is so desperate for the presidency he will do and say anything to try and get it. One of the few ways he can distinguish himself from Obama is to sound tough on Iran. If he becomes the president (very unlikely), it's hard to say whether he will actually be as supportive of an attack on Iran or not. Anyway, this is all moot as I doubt he will be elected.
 
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In their own words. Media AM radio is yelling the Iranian's are crazy etc.

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http://www.fff.org/freedom/0495c.asp

Last edited by America First; September 24th, 2012 at 11:04 PM.
 
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