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1 Romantic Heretic  Sun, Jan 27, 2013 11:26:33am

Considering the quality of Iran’s delivery systems, they will probably miss. Which means Lebanon, Jordan or Egypt will most likely be the recipient.

Shortly thereafter Tehran and the other major cities of Iran will be radioactive glass.

I sincerely hope the Mullahs are not that stupid.

2 Buck  Sun, Jan 27, 2013 12:09:17pm

Don’t assume long range missile will be the method of delivery.

Iran has recently put a war ship through the Suez Canal. With a little cooperation from the Muslim Brotherhood government, delivering a crate version of the bomb would be possible.

Deliver to Hamas, just as many weapons were recently. Then it would be a short range missile delivery.

3 Romantic Heretic  Sun, Jan 27, 2013 12:55:14pm

re: #2 Buck

It wouldn’t change the outcome. Tehran etc. would be history.

I can’t help but think of the various ‘intelligence assets’ that were Iraqi exiles. In order to get back at Saddam and keep their paycheques coming they said a lot of things that proved untrue.

4 Buck  Sun, Jan 27, 2013 3:57:20pm

re: #3 Romantic Heretic

Do you really believe that the USA would attack Iran with a nuclear response?


Nuclear bomb devastates Israel.

Iran denies having anything to with it, but blames chickens coming home to roost.

The UN blames ‘bad actors’, terrorists that cannot be tied to any one country or state.

The US asks what is left of Israel for restraint.

5 Aligarr  Sun, Jan 27, 2013 6:34:35pm

Dont look for rational behaviour from a Regime that is waiting for “The Twelveth Imam ” to appear . This religious delusion requires that the world be in a state of chaos , which Iran can easily create ,and whether they win or lose is irrelevant . So the key to Iran is , who is really running the show and are they subject to the same religioius delusion .

6 Destro  Sun, Jan 27, 2013 9:15:38pm

re: #5 Aligarr

Dont look for rational behaviour from a Regime that is waiting for “The Twelveth Imam ” to appear . This religious delusion requires that the world be in a state of chaos , which Iran can easily create ,and whether they win or lose is irrelevant . So the key to Iran is , who is really running the show and are they subject to the same religioius delusion .

How many wars has this irrational Iran started since the regime came to power? How many wars has Israel or the USA started since 1979?

Whose irrational based on that criteria? (and the USA has this whole anti-christ end times left behind cult).

7 rosiee  Mon, Jan 28, 2013 12:43:20am

How many wars did they start?
How many wars did Bismarck start, none, officially.

8 Destro  Mon, Jan 28, 2013 11:47:50am

re: #7 rosiee

How many wars did they start?
How many wars did Bismarck start, none, officially.

Iran is this master manipulator state? They tricked Iraq into attacking her? And the USA was tricked into backing Saddam Hussein and doing so even after the USA found out Iraq was using chemical weapons on Iranians?

Why those tricky Persians tricking the USA into backing a genocidal maniac who gassed his own people. Why the USA was even tricked into blaming Iran for gassing Saddam’s Kurds…..

My warning to Iranians is that the USA is composed or irrational morons, so please don’t try and tick us off. We will kill your children and blame you for it (see US bombing of nativity hospitals in Belgrade).

9 rosiee  Mon, Jan 28, 2013 2:26:56pm

re: #8 Destro

Wow, Destro, I don’t even.
You know full-well that Iran uses proxy warfare and Shi’ite insurgency to further it’s aims.

10 Destro  Mon, Jan 28, 2013 6:40:11pm

re: #9 rosiee

re: #9 rosiee

Wow, you know full well the USA uses Sunnis to control shi’te populations in the Gulf (Saddam until we got rid of him and we back our Baharanian and Saudi allies shooting down Shi’ite demonstrations).

So spare me the Yankee Doodle bullshit.

11 rosiee  Mon, Jan 28, 2013 10:44:07pm

re: #10 Destro

Destro, shove your moral equivalency.


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