- Giving Iran a slap
I think ‘we’re’ considering holding America’s coat again while they **** around a bit in a desert
Idiots the lot of them…..Posted 6 years agobinnersSubscriber
Its not going to go off in Iran. They’re armed up to the teeth. Its one thing to invade a country who you know for damn sure doesn’t have WMD (though you pretend they do). Its another thing altogether going after one that definitely does.
If America goes near Iran, I’m-a-dinner-jacket will immediately level Tel Aviv, The Israelis will promptly nuke Tehran in retaliation, and then the whole middle east will disappear in an enormous mushroom cloud.
Actually…. I was going to conclude that the Americans wouldn’t contemplate this, but thinking about it, it’d make the planet a **** of a lot safer for the rest of us!Posted 6 years agowrightysonMember
They obviously don’t want to play ball!! Israel also seemingly has a palm already hovering over the launch button! I can’t see any “nice” outcome to this whatsoever because im sure if the us send a single missile onto Iranian soil they’re gonna react big time, and with all they supposedly have or haven’t got!!!Posted 6 years ago
I saw a young asian man wearing a t-shirt saying “we have your country, you can keep your queen”
Excellent. Where can I get such a wondrous garment?
That would solve hell of a lot of the worlds current problems
Can’t help thinking that as Britain and the USA seem to have caused most of the upheaval and war going on atm, not to mention causing the deaths of possibly millions as a result of their aggressive actions against other nations, that nuking these nations would praps solve an awful lot more problems…Posted 6 years ago
How do you figure that?
Finally, they point out that more recent data confirm their findings and even suggest a higher figure. The British polling firm Opinion Research Business (ORB) asked 1,720 Iraqi adults last summer if they had lost family members by violence since 2003; 16% had lost one, and 5% two. Using the 2005 census total of 4,050,597 households in Iraq, this suggests 1,220,580 deaths since the invasion. Accounting for a standard margin of error, ORB says, “We believe the range is a minimum of 733,158 to a maximum of 1,446,063.”
Then you’ve got stuff like deformities in children born in Iraq as a consequence of the use of depleted uranium tipped missiles and stuff, not to mention the amount of serious injuries and permanent disabilities.
Of course it must also be remembered that hundreds of thousands if not more died as a result of violent action during Saddam’s regime, but nowhere near on the same scale, not that it makes it any better.Posted 6 years agoseosamh77Subscriber
That would solve hell of a lot of the worlds current problems
Making a large part the worlds oil fields radioactive and unusable for god knows how make years would solve the worlds problems how exactly?
No one is going to nuke anyone, and neither will they go to war with Iran imo. 1 they can’t afford it, and 2 Iran will fight back.Posted 6 years ago
Elf – you forget as well all the victims of disease and those who led shorter lives as a result of the destruction of water supplies and hospitals. child mortality is tripled, life expectancy decreased.
The lancet study found 1.5 million extra deaths up to 1990 -2004 and the child mortality and life expectancy is still much worse than it was under SaddamPosted 6 years agoMarkieMember
I should think with several million people turning up to protest against invasion in London (of which I would be one) it would be fairly easy to, uh, implement a “regime change” here in the UK. They couldn’t shoot everyone.
Thankfully we’ve got ways of bringing about regime change in the UK that don’t involve anyone getting shot.Posted 6 years agosoobaliasMember
pfft, the pathetic posturing of mahmoud deserves a slap
just as soon as the chinese have bailed europe out of its financial mess, the yanks will be sat on their own, twiddling their thumbs and wondering what to do so they look big again.
the only fly in the ointment might be russia, i wouldnt like to guess where they are on thisPosted 6 years agoMerchant-BankerMember
Again its all about oil.
2006 Iran created the kish bourse agreement, In doing this they refused to sell oil to any country that wanted to pay in U.s Dollars
By December 2007, Iran reported to have converted all of its oil export payments to non-dollar currencies.
Poor little America is missing out big time, and feels the need to take what it sees as theirs.
The similarities to the gulf war are frightening,
11 mths before the gulf invasion, France, Germany Italy And Greece all agreed to pay MR Hussain in Euro,s
again America could not let this happen. (Que. invasion under the Vail of weapons mass destruction )
They may only be 2 known nuclear Missiles in Iran, but you can bet that if the USA invade or conduct air strikes then at least 1 is aimed at Israel.
Israel on the other hand have many missiles, they will have made this very clear to America.
Im sure if Israel feels its going to be taken out by mr dinnerjaket, they may just pop a few over the pond for good measures. ( or at least let it slip in a memo )Posted 6 years agoeyerideitMember
America wants irans oil and large reserves of cash sitting around the world. Like in Iraq they’ll rape the economy under the pretense of bringing democracy and keeping order in the world. They can’t fix their own economy so they might as well steal someone else’s. Obama is such a **** disappointment, the only change he’s brought is in skin color with the same bullshit underneath it.
Now Iran isn’t without it’s problems but ffs the average age of population is 26. the previous generation was taken out by Americas last foray, curtesy of the proxy war they fought using a certain Mr S Hussain.
Time will fix everything, Iran’s leaders won’t live forever and once all these kids who like jeans, pop music and iPods grow up things are bound to change.
A war will certainly make things worse. Enough of our soldiers have died for nothing as it is.Posted 6 years ago
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