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  • Anonymous on October 19 2011 said:
    Iran hasn't invaded a country since the 18th century. Any nation which stands up to Western Imperialism (e.g. Iran) is automatically a danger to the world, and must be stopped. Strange isn't it?
  • Anonymous on October 20 2011 said:
    Well Iran is 'invading' now by proxy and being vremarkably succesful. Seems that most Moslems countries prefer Iran to the US as regional power. According to Bob Baer Iran is second to none in the ME in terms of intelligence, esppionage, sabotage, proxy control etc. He ought to know. With all this going for therm, the Iranians don't need a Bomb except as a bargaining tool. And its proving very useful. The other thing I notice on this website is that there appears to be a person or persons who consistently vote down anything even vagely abti-American or anti-Zionist or anti-Corporate power even it is good information. Fred Banks is outspoken but he seems to have the qualifications and experience that say he knows what he's talking about. Even if we disagree with him, which I do on nuclear, he doesn't deserve the voting down he's getting. IMHO

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