WHY IRAN MAY GET NUKES-FREE WILL - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Larry Klein
    • 23.08.06 | 16:51 (IDT)

    The world will let Iran get nukes, because to stop them would hinder free will. There is no historical evidence that the world has ever stopped an aggressor from acting. However, ultimately good triumphs over evil. The US is so totally paralyzed that even if it were hit (God forbid) by a WMD, it is unclear if it would respond, because who would it respond against, innocent women & children in Tehran? There is probably a greater chance that a country like Ethiopia would somehow come to possess nukes and then process to take out Iran. The UN, Amnesty Int.?l, Russia & China which view Hezbollah rockets as defensive tools and US/Israel F16s as Homicide Bombers have effectively created facts on the ground whereby Iran has checkmated the western world, particularly Israel, US, UK, France and Germany. The US probably needs to figure out how it will win, after major nuke strikes hit NY, LA and DC. The time to take out Iran is now!

    from the article: ANALYSIS: Iran likely to push the boundaries of nuclear issue
    First published 00:00 23.08.06 | Last updated 00:00 23.08.06
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