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Iran calls for UN sanctions against U.S.
« on: March 04, 2008, 09:49:06 PM »
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DiktatrW  Donating Member  (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author  Click to view this author's profile  Click to add this author to your buddy list  Click to add this author to your Ignore list      Tue Mar-04-08 09:24 PM
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Iran calls for UN sanctions against U.S.
   
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Tehran Times Political Desk

TEHRAN – Supreme National Security Council Secretary Saeed Jalili has urged the UN Security Council to impose sanctions on the U.S. for developing nuclear weapons.

“The Security Council must issue sanctions resolution against the U.S. which has a long record in proliferation and use of nuclear weapons,” Jalili told Japan's NHK television aired on Friday.

Iran’s top nuclear negotiator accused the United States of violating international law by using nuclear weapons against Japan, building nuclear arsenals, and proliferating atomic arms.

“According to the Article VI of the Non-Proliferation Treaty which calls for nuclear disarmament, the United States must report to the International Atomic Energy Agency on how it has obeyed international law on nuclear arms,” Jalili stated.

“Today the U.S. does not have a good image in the world. The United States is the only country which has used this inhumane weapon against innocent people… the Japanese people will surly never forget the U.S. crimes.

http://www.tehrantimes.com/index_View.asp?code=164185

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DUmmies are delusional. So is Ahamdininutjob.

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IanDB1  Donating Member  (1000+ posts) Journal  Click to send private message to this author  Click to view this author's profile  Click to add this author to your buddy list  Click to add this author to your Ignore list      Tue Mar-04-08 09:27 PM
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1. He has the right idea, but the wrong execution.    Updated at 9:28 PM
   
He should have them sanction us for the Nukes for Mangoes Deal we're making with India.
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walldude  Donating Member  (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author  Click to view this author's profile  Click to add this author to your buddy list  Click to add this author to your Ignore list      Tue Mar-04-08 09:29 PM
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2. Shit are we really doing that? Nukes for Mangos?
   
Edited on Tue Mar-04-08 09:31 PM by walldude
Geeze now I have to go to Google. ******* DU'ers always making me do research. :toast:


edit: Doing hell, already did:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/south_asia/5219230.stm

Goddammit.. How on earth do we justify not "allowing" Iran to get nukes?
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IanDB1  Donating Member  (1000+ posts) Journal  Click to send private message to this author  Click to view this author's profile  Click to add this author to your buddy list  Click to add this author to your Ignore list      Tue Mar-04-08 09:31 PM
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4. It's worse than that.   Updated at 9:28 PM
   
Part of the deal is that we'll "fix" India's drug regulating authority to make the "equal" to our own FDA so we can import drugs from them.

Ascared yet?

It gets worse.

Bush was also working a deal to force medicare/medicaid patients into "medical outsourcing" to receive necessary surgeries in India.

Mangoes!

YUMM!

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walldude  Donating Member  (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author  Click to view this author's profile  Click to add this author to your buddy list  Click to add this author to your Ignore list      Tue Mar-04-08 09:33 PM
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5. You know I always feel a bit guilty about wanting to leave
   
the country, then I hear about shit like this and I wonder why I am staying.
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Just leave the country you fool. If you want socialism go to cuba.

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DiktatrW  Donating Member  (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author  Click to view this author's profile  Click to add this author to your buddy list  Click to add this author to your Ignore list      Tue Mar-04-08 09:48 PM
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10. The US is trying
   
to close the barn door after the horses got out. We allowed proliferation for political and financial concerns in the past and we need to find a way to make the recipients look powerful and responsible enough to have developed their own tech without our help or lack of accountability in the first place.
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HypnoToad  Donating Member  (1000+ posts) Journal  Click to send private message to this author  Click to view this author's profile  Click to add this author to your buddy list  Click to add this author to your Ignore list      Tue Mar-04-08 09:31 PM
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3. And nobody's forgotten Japan's against the world, or Germany's... Amabigassfool, just how far back
   
do you want to go? Never mind it is YOU who has been the aggressive one; otherwise the UN wouldn't have socked it to you with heavier sanctions!

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rockymountaindem  (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author  Click to view this author's profile  Click to add this author to your buddy list  Click to add this author to your Ignore list      Tue Mar-04-08 09:36 PM
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7. Don't bring that up
   
People around here only want to hear about how hypocritical the US is. Any challenge people issue to Bush is ipso facto correct :sarcasm:
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DiktatrW  Donating Member  (1000+ posts) Click to send private message to this author  Click to view this author's profile  Click to add this author to your buddy list  Click to add this author to your Ignore list      Tue Mar-04-08 09:37 PM
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9. I think you would need to go back
   
a couple hundred years to find an example of Iran invading another country.

How exactly is Iran's rhetoric considered aggressive in comparison to the actions of the US and our ally?
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