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    • here we go again
    • 29.04.10 | 13:31 (IDT)

    why not, let's try to do it again, has not worked in the past (iraq or gaza) but hey who cares about a few million miserable iranian civillians! we all know that sanctions do not affect those we wish to target (in iraqs case, sanctions didn't bring down hussein. in gaza, hamas is still in power - in both cases it was the civillian population which suffered immensly) we r still gonna go for it bc we need to show our partners and friends that we belong to the good side!and iran (of course!) is on the bad side.and because we are on the good side, alllll our friends get to get nuklear weapons (israel for ex is the only one possessing them in the ME) and the ones we chose to denounce as "terrorist" states are not allowed to possess any. funny how people are surprised when they hear the hostility people in the arab world feel towards us. can you blame them? can you blame the iraqis, afghanis and probably soon iranians? ever thought of the possibility that we appear as "terrorist" to them?

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    First published 01:55 29.04.10 | Last updated 11:00 29.04.10
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