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    • Mike
    • 31.10.07 | 19:08 (IST)

    The topic has degenerated into (bad) religious wrangling. To the uniformed one who brought up the trinity - Jesus and the holy ghost are merely other aspects that the Lord chose to reveal himself in..as he has with a burning bush, pillar of fire, voices, the angelic being that wrestled Jacob, etc. Nothing more, nothing less. I truly loved the idea of israel recognizing Taiwan and giving them nuclear technology. Great idea! Again to the uninformed, the US does have a tired ground force (Army and Marine Corps) but only a fraction of which are deployed at any one time. The US can send millions of ground troops into Iraq if it so chooses. The US air force and Navy are quite rested and fit. Three days is what the experts say it would take the US to completely obliterate all Iranian military units. We don't NEED to occupy the country. Russia and China cannot project power. They have pathetic navies. The Chinese cannot even feed themselves. They need US trade badly.

    from the article: China rejects Israel's call for tougher sanctions against Iran
    First published 00:00 30.10.07 | Last updated 00:00 30.10.07
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