India is responsable and non Muslim so acceptable with nukes - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • arthur
    • 08.03.06 | 11:50 (IST)

    Let us be real. Is the US, UK, France or Israel a problem with nukes? I do not think so. None uses nukes to blackmail other states. Japan got what it deserved in WWII and should have surrendered after the first bomb but refused. Russia, China and Pakistan are indeed not reliable with nukes as recent papers show that Russia considered a limited nuclear war against Germany and holand to conquer parts of Europe. Iran is a fundamentalist dictatorship and has proven to be willing to kill anybody in its way. Remember death squats operating in Europe. China did not use nukes against Taiwan or Japan because the USA protects them otherwise it would blackmail these countries. Moreover Libya showed that the NPT is a farce and therefor of no use. Korea and Brasil also did forbidden research and are they punished? No. A NPT without teath is worthless not the actions of the USA are to blame. Sorry Reuven a bad piece u need to do ur homework better.

    from the article: A new nuclear age
    First published 00:00 08.03.06 | Last updated 00:00 08.03.06
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