View Full Version : Israel rejects Middle East nuclear talks plan
May 29th, 2010, 2:23 PM
Israel says it will not take part in a conference aimed at achieving a nuclear-arms free Middle East, proposed at a UN meeting in New York.
North korea on the brink?
Iran not exactly Israels pal!
Its all going towards nuclear meltdown well not really Yet!
I do wonder if israel have intensions of stopping Iran before they can start?
I cannot say i blame Israel because the real threats are there now and who in their right mind would do away with their nukes?
after all if we were to get rid of ours do we think that the likes of North korea and Iran will and at the same time now decide to build more as they like.
Oh sorry its for nuclear power in Iran and not for attacking israel.
May 29th, 2010, 8:36 PM
According to the vision of their minds, they account that nuclear free-zone would amount to something worse than the status-quo rather than better. Nor does anything escape irony in that they (or anyone else) claim democracy in their own nation, yet they refuse to respect what passes in another sovereignty; if they do this only as it suits their agenda, they condemn themselves and justify the means of the brutish (such as of dictators and military states), and likewise they will contradict any consensus in the international community.
I found these interviews with Khaled Meshaal and Bashar Assad from flippin through the t.v. channels:
(the interviews on 5/27 and 5/28)
May 30th, 2010, 11:38 AM
What would be Israel's benefit to a nuclear free mid-east? The UN is run by a bunch of loons that seem to be more in bending over and taking it in the ass from the arabs and others. This should be one more reason to leave the UN, but the US will likely sign onto the UN deal limiting and attempting to bring about the end of firearms for civilian ownership. When has the UN gotten involved in something that has not turned into a crooked cluster fuck? I am afraid the US does not have much of a better record for much of their international entanglements/diplomacy over the last 3 decades. Sure, some good has been done, but at what cost in prestige and like-ability (for a lack of a better word). The US should not be supporting this UN idea, but go figure with the Obama administrations lack of common sense in dealing with terrorists and their sponsoring nations and the impotent UN.
May 31st, 2010, 12:31 AM
^hey rosco, do not forget the words of Jesus Christ, who warned about the strong armed man who keeps his goods, all until one stronger than himself binds the strong man, and scatters his goods. Also, lest at anytime we were to get us a superiority complex, we should not forget that when ancient Israel provoked the LORD, he did not go out with their armies, and did cause them to be put to the worse before their adversaries, and that the LORD at various times raised up the enemies of Israel.
May 31st, 2010, 10:56 AM
I was tempted to argue a couple of points, but then you said:
When has the UN gotten involved in something that has not turned into a crooked cluster fuck?
Damn! I can't argue with that. I just drop my head, nodding and sighing, because you are so bloody right. The UN has turned out about as useful as the hairs on a wombats ass.
Jun 1st, 2010, 3:44 PM
Once again Israel are in the news they seem to be getting a reputation lately.
I still think that Israel will be the first to strike Iran without evidence and without America's backing.
You have to ask the question though is Israel any different to the states?
Im sure there have been many coverups in America over its actions on Iraq.
Is it not typical those who object to Israels way of dealing with issues do they same but wont admit it?
Back onto the thread it seems more evidence suggests Iran is ready to wage a war or start up a hornets nest.
Is Iran Helping the Taliban?
Another stroy on Iran.
Iran has amassed more than two tons of enriched uranium, the U.N. atomic agency said Monday in a report that heightened Western concerns about the country developing the ability to produce a nuclear weapon.
Israel just waits for an exscuse?
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