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    • Peter Hindrup
    • 02.04.10 | 03:37 (IDT)

    The world lived through the Bush junior years despite the fact that one of the most dangerous, deluded creatures and his cohorts having their finger on the nuclear button, as it has lived through the time Israel, the most brutal, aggressive nation in recent history having nukes. What then is this nonsense that the world ought to fear a nuclear armed Iran, a country that has attacked nobody in over 200 years? If Iran does not have nuclear weapons then there is something wrong with the leadership. Sitting on the worlds biggest known supply of sweet crude, in a world where energy is trumps, and they haven?t secured nukes, and tied at least China into a defence deal is unbelievable. China has an interest in ensuring its supply of oil, a supply beyond the manipulations of the US. If the Israelis looked at the map, they would know that if those who Israel has worked so assiduously at making enemies over the past 60 years or more so decide, there is no way the country is defendable. It

    from the article: A nuclear Iran / How far will the world go?
    First published 02:34 01.04.10 | Last updated 09:36 01.04.10
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