Flashback 2002: Netanyahu Says “There is No Question Whatsoever” That Saddam is Developing Nukes

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    Yeah, this is actual real footage of Netanyahu speaking to Congress in 2002, testifying that there is “no question whatsoever” that Iraq is developing nuclear weapons. If you change one letter, it is the exact speech he recently gave to Congress again. Seriously. Exact thing.

    But I’m sure he really thought it at the time. It’s not like Mossad would have had intelligence disproving this claim. He must have been tricked like Colin Powell with Cheney’s fake yellowcake documentation, which was later found to have been manufactured by “some Western intelligence agency.”

    This is all just so goofy. The idea that the entire Congress can take this lying liar seriously, and tell us we have to launch yet another war is beyond the average person’s ability to believe is a hoax. They just can’t process it.

    This time it's for real, right bibi?

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    AaronH20P said
    The idea that the entire Congress can take this liar seriously, and tell us we have to launch yet another war is beyond the average person’s ability to believe is a hoax. They just can’t process it.

    Not the entire US Congress. Just the Republicans, who already want a war with Iran. Or with North Korea. Or with Russia. Or with anybody.

    And they got gullible & politically timid Democrats to go along with them right after 9/11 because they faked the evidence, with "yellowcake", WMD, and other claims that ultimately proved to be totally false. The partriotism flag was waved and everyone had to conform. "With us or against us," President Bush declared.

    But many thousands of brave American military died as a result. Along with an estimated 200,000 civilians in the Middle East. Meanwhile the Middle East remains in turmoil, the democratic revolution the Republican neocons promised us would happen never having materialized.
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    Mar 13, 2015 8:38 PM GMT
    Riverview said
    AaronH20P said
    The idea that the entire Congress can take this liar seriously, and tell us we have to launch yet another war is beyond the average person’s ability to believe is a hoax. They just can’t process it.

    Not the entire US Congress. Just the Republicans, who already want a war with Iran. Or with North Korea. Or with Russia. Or with anybody.

    And they got gullible & politically timid Democrats to go along with them right after 9/11 because they faked the evidence, with "yellowcake", WMD, and other claims that ultimately proved to be totally false. The partriotism flag was waved and everyone had to conform. "With us or against us," President Bush declared.

    But many thousands of brave American military died as a result. Along with an estimated 200,000 civilians in the Middle East. Meanwhile the Middle East remains in turmoil, the democratic revolution the Republican neocons promised us would happen never having materialized.

    Well said. Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz and the Republicans killed more American men than Bin Laden. And handed Iraq to Iran.
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    Riverview said
    AaronH20P said
    The idea that the entire Congress can take this liar seriously, and tell us we have to launch yet another war is beyond the average person’s ability to believe is a hoax. They just can’t process it.

    Not the entire US Congress. Just the Republicans, who already want a war with Iran. Or with North Korea. Or with Russia. Or with anybody.

    And they got gullible & politically timid Democrats to go along with them right after 9/11 because they faked the evidence, with "yellowcake", WMD, and other claims that ultimately proved to be totally false. The partriotism flag was waved and everyone had to conform. "With us or against us," President Bush declared.

    But many thousands of brave American military died as a result. Along with an estimated 200,000 civilians in the Middle East. Meanwhile the Middle East remains in turmoil, the democratic revolution the Republican neocons promised us would happen never having materialized.




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    Mar 14, 2015 4:09 AM GMT
    This is from a PBS report, WGBH (PBS) Boston, hardly a right-wing source:

    http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/gunning/etc/arsenal.html

    Between 1991 and 1998 the IAEA conducted more than 1500 inspections. IAEA released a report in 1997, with updates in 1998 and 1999, which it believes offers a technically coherent picture of Iraq's nuclear program.

    In summary, the IAEA report says that following the August 1990 invasion of Kuwait, Iraq launched a "crash program" to develop a nuclear weapon quickly by extracting weapons grade material from safe-guarded research reactor fuel. This project, if it had continued uninterrupted by the war, might have succeeded in producing a deliverable weapon by the end of 1992.[1]

    The IAEA inspections revealed seven nuclear-related sites in Iraq. [2] The IAEA reports that all sensitive nuclear materials were removed, and that facilities and equipment were dismantled or destroyed. Activities uncovered and destroyed included:

    an industrial scale complex for Electromagnetic Isotope Separation (EMIS), a process for producing enriched uranium. The complex was designed for the installation of 90 separators; before the Gulf War, eight were functional. If all separators had been installed, the plant could have produced 15 kg of highly enriched uranium per year, possibly enough for one nuclear weapon.

    a large scale manufacturing and testing facility--the Al Furat Project--designed for the production of centrifuges, used in another method of uranium enrichment.

    facilities and equipment for the production of weapons components.

    computer simulations of nuclear weapons detonations

    storage of large quantities of HMX high explosive used in nuclear weapons.

    According to former U.N. inspector David Kay, Iraq spent over $10 billion during the 1980s in an attempt to enrich uranium and build a nuclear weapon. However, the Agency concludes that as of December, 1998, "There were no indications to suggest that Iraq was successful in its attempt to produce nuclear weapons," or "that there remains in Iraq any physical capability for the production of amounts of weapons-usable nuclear material of any practical significance." However, the IAEA did find that "Iraq was at, or close to, the threshold of success in such areas as the production of [highly enriched uranium] ... and the fabrication of the explosive package for a nuclear weapon." Despite the fact that the facilities and nuclear material had been destroyed or removed, as early as 1996 the IAEA concluded that "the know-how and expertise acquired by Iraqi scientists and engineers could provide an adequate base for reconstituting a nuclear-weapons-oriented program."

    Nuclear physicist and Iraqi defector Khidhir Hamza agrees. He told FRONTLINE that Iraq did not relinquish certain critical components of the nuclear program to the inspectors, and that it retains the expertise necessary to build a nuclear weapon. He believes that Iraq may have one completed within the next couple of years.

    Note: IAEA was allowed back into Iraq in January 2000 and again in January 2001. But its inspectors were blocked from full access inspections.
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    Mar 14, 2015 4:43 AM GMT
    Good article, socialfitness. Provides us with so many relevant details that some try to sweep under the carpet. (Why would anyone do that?!)


    AaronH2OP> This time it's for real, right?

    Had the world been sitting on its hands, doing nothing (as was done about NK), it would have already been for real. Luckily the Iranian nuclear program (which has been playing cat-and-mouse games with international inspectors as Iraq had) has suffered regular set-backs, including the stuxnet virus (that destroyed 20% of Iran's centrifuges), mysterious explosions at facilities, and the loss of key personnel.

    Let's also not forget that had Israel not destroyed the Iraqi nuclear reactor in 1981, by 1989 when Iraq took over Kuwait it likely would have already been a nuclear power. I'll leave it up to others to speculate what the price of a gallon of gas would have been and how that would have impacted the economy in the 1990s and beyond.
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    Mar 14, 2015 9:58 PM GMT
    "I will be voting to give the President of the United States the authority to use force -- if necessary -- to disarm Saddam Hussein because I believe that a deadly arsenal of weapons of mass destruction in his hands is a real and grave threat to our security."

    Sen. John F. Kerry (D, MA), Oct. 9, 2002


    "In the four years since the inspectors left, intelligence reports show that Saddam Hussein has worked to rebuild his chemical and biological weapons stock, his missile delivery capability, and his nuclear program. He has also given aid, comfort, and sanctuary to terrorists, including al Qaeda members ... It is clear, however, that if left unchecked, Saddam Hussein will continue to increase his capacity to wage biological and chemical warfare, and will keep trying to develop nuclear weapons."

    Sen. Hillary Clinton (D, NY), Oct 10, 2002


    As for the Bush administration "faking" the intel to dupe democratic senators,:


    "One way or the other, we are determined to deny Iraq the capacity to develop weapons of mass destruction and the missiles to deliver them. That is our bottom line."
    President Bill Clinton, Feb. 4, 1998

    "If Saddam rejects peace and we have to use force, our purpose is clear. We want to seriously diminish the threat posed by Iraq's weapons of mass destruction program."
    President Bill Clinton, Feb. 17, 1998




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    Mar 14, 2015 10:03 PM GMT
    donj499 said"I will be voting to give the President of the United States the authority to use force -- if necessary -- to disarm Saddam Hussein because I believe that a deadly arsenal of weapons of mass destruction in his hands is a real and grave threat to our security."

    Sen. John F. Kerry (D, MA), Oct. 9, 2002


    "In the four years since the inspectors left, intelligence reports show that Saddam Hussein has worked to rebuild his chemical and biological weapons stock, his missile delivery capability, and his nuclear program. He has also given aid, comfort, and sanctuary to terrorists, including al Qaeda members ... It is clear, however, that if left unchecked, Saddam Hussein will continue to increase his capacity to wage biological and chemical warfare, and will keep trying to develop nuclear weapons."

    Sen. Hillary Clinton (D, NY), Oct 10, 2002

    Excellent info. With this and the source I posted above, I wonder if the OP will revisit his thread to carefully reconsider some of the comments he made.
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    Mar 14, 2015 10:14 PM GMT
    And I guess the whole UN Security Council was duped by Dick Cheney as well, right? Because it voted unanimously on resolution 1441. Even the French, the Russians, and the Chinese, all of whom opposed the invasion. I won't post the whole resolution as it is far too long. Here is the link:

    http://www.un.org/press/en/2002/SC7564.doc.htm

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    Mar 14, 2015 10:21 PM GMT
    "Saddam Hussein must not be allowed to threaten his neighbors or the world with nuclear arms, poison gas or biological weapons."

    President Bill Clinton, Wednesday, December 16th, 1998.

    EVERYBODY was wrong about Iraq and WMD. So pointing out that some people got it wrong in the run up to the Iraq war doesn't say anything about their judgment or their honesty.

    That being said, given how wrong we got it with Iraq, we shouldn't be anxious to get into a war with Iran. Are they developing a nuke? Probably. But I don't see what we can do about it. The world is going to hell and there is nothing anyone can do to stop it. There is a religious, nuclear arms race happening in the Middle East. And the future looks grim indeed.
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    Yeah, this is actual real footage of Netanyahu speaking to Congress in 2002, testifying that there is “no question whatsoever” that Iraq is developing nuclear weapons. If you change one letter, it is the exact speech he recently gave to Congress again. Seriously. Exact thing.

    But I’m sure he really thought it at the time. It’s not like Mossad would have had intelligence disproving this claim. He must have been tricked like Colin Powell with Cheney’s fake yellowcake documentation, which was later found to have been manufactured by “some Western intelligence agency.”

    This is all just so goofy. The idea that the entire Congress can take this lying liar seriously, and tell us we have to launch yet another war is beyond the average person’s ability to believe is a hoax. They just can’t process it.

    This time it's for real, right bibi?

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    pouncer saidmw> Good article, socialfitness

    The troll's name is socalfitness ("socal" = south California).

    Aw jeez! My feelings are hurt. I guess I upset Tehran's internet team. And I was hoping to visit you guys in Tehran for a vacation. I wanted to ask you guys face to face over a strong coffee how you guys are currently executing gays. You're not throwing them off buildings like those bad ISIS guys, are you? Last I recall you are still hanging them. Are you using both methods of having them stand on truck beds while the truck drives away, or are you all using the pull-em up with cranes method?
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    donj499 saidEVERYBODY was wrong about Iraq and WMD. So pointing out that some people got it wrong in the run up to the Iraq war doesn't say anything about their judgment or their honesty.

    I think the evidence indicates Iraq did at one time have WMDs. Remember they gassed Kurds. I think the real question of honesty or lack thereof applies to those with selective memories who are blaming others for taking the same positions they themselves took.
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    Mar 15, 2015 5:45 AM GMT
    Is there anyone who even bothers reading what AyaTrollah propaganda pouncer writes? This is the guy who claimed that the US and Britain don't have freedom of the press, but Iran does. That there were no mass protests in Iran and that Iran didn't brutally suppress them.

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/1443151

    Then there's his odious Anti-Semitism. He hates Jews and anything Jewish, going out of his way to malign it on RJ. Including Hebrew (the Jewish language), Judaism (the Jewish religion), Jewish holidays (Purim and Hanukkah), Jewish history (constantly diminished) and of course Israel (the Jewish State). Indeed, he can't even bring himself to admit that Jews are an ethnic group, and to buttress that he went as far as to claim that there is no such thing today as Polish ethnicity:

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/4018911

    It's just "citizenship", he claims. Yet when it comes to the Palestinian Arabs, suddenly (despite lacking citizenship until recently), they are an ancient ethnic group and remain one today?

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/4019405

    The moron can't not contradict himself if his life depended on it (it's pathological). He's even claimed to be part Jewish (when not claiming to be a Brit of Irish background), yet if it's just a religious status (and not an ethnicity) how can one be partially Jewish?

    How can it be that the (alleged, but not really) descendants of Jews who (allegedly) converted to Christianity/Islam are an ethnic group, but the descendants that didn't convert aren't?

    Clearly logic and the scientific method weren't taught at his school (maybe a madrasa?). Indeed, his lack of education made him lie and claim to be a history major. When it became clear he knew nothing of mideast history, he retreated and claimed to be a European history major, but the truth is that he was a MUSIC history major before he flunked out.

    In the best case he's a paid Iranian propagandist (hopefully not paid much given his ineffectiveness). Probably more likely, though, he's just a lost soul, a useless idiot, who has nothing better to do in his mum's basement than ooze his hate and drivel.
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    Mar 15, 2015 3:42 PM GMT
    Captured for Lulz, though guessing few read it and none paid it any attention.
    But at least in his first line he admits he has no answers to his lies and contradictions.
    Which is why he can't address any points in the links above, either.

    pouncer saidAnd answers for the lies come there none...

    Is it any surprise Chickenbleep can't prop up Saggytits?

    Sleazy's love-life fell apart recently (as I often joked it would) which is why at 51* he set up a new profile under a new name after being banned by the site for racist abuse and harassment.

    "Saggytits" too is single, physically repulsive, and religiously ignored here on RJ. At 65 he stalks the forums, much like mw, home alone in his vest and underpants, likely without a job.

    However hopelessly outmatched by the odds, both of them desperately need the benefits love and belated affection can bring, which is why they try their luck constantly on RJ, searching for something (anything) to spice up their sad "lives"...

    * He thinks he puts on a good show of being "39"

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    Mar 15, 2015 4:25 PM GMT
    Due to Obama's incompetence, Saudi Arabia now works to get its own nukes:

    http://www.wsj.com/articles/saudi-nuclear-deal-raises-stakes-for-iran-talks-1426117583

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    shaaaa lalallaaa ,,...heay heay....good bye
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    Mar 15, 2015 5:18 PM GMT
    US Taxpayer dollars at work:

    http://www.breakingisraelnews.com/32754/senate-launches-probe-into-us-state-dept-support-of-anti-netanyahu-campaign-jerusalem/#FWxl4hVvI3Lg1UQw.97
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    Mar 16, 2015 12:37 AM GMT
    Had the world been sitting on its hands, doing nothing (as was done about NK), it would have already been for real. Luckily the Iranian nuclear program (which has been playing cat-and-mouse games with international inspectors as Iraq had) has suffered regular set-backs, including the stuxnet virus (that destroyed 20% of Iran's centrifuges), mysterious explosions at facilities, and the loss of key personnel.

    AyaTrollah/Propaganda pouncer> blah blah blah Israel 1961 blah blah blah
    You stuck in 1961 or, as usual, on Israel?

    AyaTrollah/Propaganda pouncer> How odd indeed that it was neither cyber-terrorism (a "declaration of war" when perpetrated against the US), nor traditional terrorism ("loss of personnel"; "mysterious explosions")

    What's not just odd but shows mental perversion is someone who thinks that blowing up civilian buses, restaurants, markets, discos, hotels and the rocketing of urban population centers is NOT terrorism (but legitimate "resistance" and "self-defense") then turns around and claims that a virus that targets nuclear centrifuges is "terrorism", as are explosions that happen at illegal (undeclared) nuclear sites.

    There is a healthy debate in the US (as in Israel) about how best to stop Iran.
    What people here need to realize is that AyaTrolla pouncer is rooting for Iran.

    I'm likewise sure that most of us, except him, are happy that Iran has suffered these setbacks and has thus not yet achieved its nuclear ambitions.
  • mwolverine

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    Mar 16, 2015 5:10 AM GMT
    Had the world been sitting on its hands, doing nothing (as was done about NK), it would have already been for real. Luckily the Iranian nuclear program (which has been playing cat-and-mouse games with international inspectors as Iraq had) has suffered regular set-backs, including the stuxnet virus (that destroyed 20% of Iran's centrifuges), mysterious explosions at facilities, and the loss of key personnel.

    AyaTrollah/Propaganda pouncer> blah blah blah Israel 1961 blah blah blah

    You stuck in 1961 or, as usual, on Israel?

    AyaTrollah> exposing your lack of principle

    To the contrary. It's not 1961 and we're not discussing Israel.
    How odd that you condemn that yet applaud Iran.


    What's not just odd but shows mental perversion is someone who thinks that blowing up civilian buses, restaurants, markets, discos, hotels and the rocketing of urban population centers is NOT terrorism (but legitimate "resistance" and "self-defense") then turns around and claims that a virus that targets nuclear centrifuges is "terrorism", as are explosions that happen at illegal (undeclared) nuclear sites.

    AyaTrollah> I have condemned attacks against civilians

    Liar. You have sought to rationalize and justify the above, even claiming that they have a "right" to do this because "occupation". As he goes on to say: "(largely symbolic) violence of a brutalized community under decades of occupation." As if to further expose himself, he states this falsehood outright: "violence in the cause of national liberation, by peoples forcibly denied the right to self-determination, is not illegal under international law".

    As if to prove he suffers mental issues, he then adds: "violence for the purpose of defeating such a struggle unequivocally is." Which is to say that in his sick mind, Palestinian Arabs can legally attack Jews and the IDF can't legally defend them. Just how perverted can one be?


    AyaTrollah> Cyber attacks against US national assets are considered a "declaration of war" if carried out by foreign countries.

    So it's not "terrorism" as you claimed but a "declaration of war"?


    AyaTrollah> The "explosions" and assassinations to which you refer are international terrorism, plain and simple.

    Only to clueless people such as yourself.

    https://www1.umn.edu/humanrts/instree/terroristbombing.html


    There is a healthy debate in the US (as in Israel) about how best to stop Iran.

    AyaTrollah> A debate where the UN Charter (which explicitly prohibits threats of force)

    Strange that he doesn't have that reaction when Iran threatens to "burn" Israel, or when the Arab states threatened Israel with force (including moving troops into DMZs). Once again the hypocrisy is all his.


    What people here need to realize is that AyaTrolla pouncer is rooting for Iran.

    AyaTrollah> blah blah blah


    I'm likewise sure that most of us, except him, are happy that Iran has suffered these setbacks and has thus not yet achieved its nuclear ambitions.

    AyaTrollah> blah blah blah
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    Mar 16, 2015 2:08 PM GMT
    Had the world been sitting on its hands, doing nothing (as was done about NK), it would have already been for real. Luckily the Iranian nuclear program (which has been playing cat-and-mouse games with international inspectors as Iraq had) has suffered regular set-backs, including the stuxnet virus (that destroyed 20% of Iran's centrifuges), mysterious explosions at facilities, and the loss of key personnel.

    AyaTrollah/Propaganda pouncer> blah blah blah Israel 1961 blah blah blah

    He is stuck in 1961 or, as usual, on Israel?
    It's not 1961 and we're not discussing Israel.

    AyaTrollah> Netanyahu isn't speaking for Israel?

    From weak minds come weak associations.


    AyaTrollah> exposing your lack of principle

    To the contrary. How odd that he speaks and condemns Israel for something more than half a century ago yet applauds Iran today.

    AyaTrollah> Can you quote me?

    ROTFL. Nearly 5,000 posts over 7 years and not once has he said a single negative thing about Iran. Skirting their execution of gays, their support of terrorist groups like Hizbullah and Hamas, claiming they (not the US or Britain) have freedom of speech, and denying there were massive protests and crack-downs.


    What's not just odd but shows mental perversion is someone who thinks that blowing up civilian buses, restaurants, markets, discos, hotels and the rocketing of urban population centers is NOT terrorism (but legitimate "resistance" and "self-defense") then turns around and claims that a virus that targets nuclear centrifuges is "terrorism", as are explosions that happen at illegal (undeclared) nuclear sites.

    AyaTrollah> I have condemned attacks against civilians

    Liar. He has sought to rationalize and justify the above, even claiming that they have a "right" to do this because "occupation". As he goes on to say: "(largely symbolic) violence of a brutalized community under decades of occupation" (Arab terrorism of course predates 1967, and was just as illegal before as it is after).

    As if to further expose himself, he states this falsehood outright: "violence in the cause of national liberation, by peoples forcibly denied the right to self-determination, is not illegal under international law".

    AyaTrollah> If it's false, have a go at challenging it

    The burden of proof remains on him to show that such groups may violate the UN Charter and don't have to abide by the Geneva and other Conventions, and are immune from an international treaty against terrorist bombings (with 168 ratifications) which he, idiot as always, references as "UM document".


    As if to prove he suffers mental issues, he then adds: "violence for the purpose of defeating such a ["national liberation"] struggle unequivocally is [illegal]." Which is to say that in his sick mind, Palestinian Arabs can legally attack Jews and the IDF can't legally defend them. Just how perverted can one be?

    AyaTrollah> If it's false, have a go at challenging it

    Again, the burden of proof remains on him to show that somehow this suspends a country's right to self-defense. In this perverts sick-with-hate mind, it's perfectly OK for terrorists in Gaza to launch rockets at Israeli civilians (it's only "symbolic violence" and only a few innocent Israeli civilians will be murdered because Israel has invested in defensive systems including early warning alerts, bomb shelters and anti-missile missiles), but it's not OK for the IDF to shoot back and take out those rocket launchers.

    AyaTrollah> Those administering the occupation and denial of rights are fair game.

    In his sick mind, if a Hamas terrorist shoots at Israeli soldiers, he claims they aren't allowed to shoot back! Jews (and their Arab "collaborators") just need to die, quietly. In reality most of the time the terrorists he embraces shoot at Israeli civilians, and he still claims the IDF isn't allowed to act. Then he pretends he's against attacks on civilians.

    Occupations, under international law, are legal. An occupation is what happens between war and peace.
    Unfortunate that the Arab parties were quick to war and are glacially slow to make peace.
    Odd that AyaTrollah pouncer supports every war against Israel, claims he's for peace, yet opposes virtually every peace initiative.

    AyaTrollah pouncer supports terrorism/war forever until victory (Tel Aviv and Haifa are just as "occupied" as eastern Jerusalem and moreso than Hebron in the eyes of his terrorist heroes) because peace will reward rather than punish Jews.

    Kurds in Iran or Turkey don't get his support and he calls them terrorists. What a hypocrite.



    So it's not "terrorism" as you claimed but now it's a "declaration of war"?

    AyaTrollah> I called it "cyber-terrorism".

    So that's different from actual terrorism.


    AyaTrollah> The "explosions" and assassinations to which you refer are international terrorism, plain and simple.

    Only to clueless people such as yourself.

    http://www.un.org/law/cod/terroris.htm

    There, now at least it's a UN rather than UM "document".


    There is a healthy debate in the US (as in Israel) about how best to stop Iran.

    AyaTrollah> A debate where the UN Charter (which explicitly prohibits threats of force)

    Strange that he doesn't have that reaction when Iran threatens to "burn" Israel, or when the Arab states threatened Israel with force (including moving troops into DMZs). Once again the hypocrisy is all his.

    AyaTrollah> So 1967 is relevant all of a sudden but not 1961?

    I provided 2 instances of his hypocrisy, the other which is current and about which he remains silent.


    What people here need to realize is that AyaTrolla pouncer is rooting for Iran.

    AyaTrollah> blah blah blah One could just as logically say I "root" for Cuba blah blah blah

    Illogical. We're not discussing Cuba. As noted above, in nearly 5,000 posts AyaTrollah pouncer has always served as an apologist for the regime in Tehran.


    I'm likewise sure that most of us, except him, are happy that Iran has suffered these setbacks and has thus not yet achieved its nuclear ambitions.

    AyaTrollah> blah blah blah torture blah blah blah

    Look at him grieve that his masters haven't yet gotten their nukes!
  • mwolverine

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    Mar 16, 2015 9:50 PM GMT
    Did anyone even read that? I didn't.
    I'm sure it's just the AyaTrollah merry-go-round of lies.

    But let's put to rest his other false claim:

    AyaTrollah> The [Osirak] reactor in fact was not even suited to plutonium production... His Tuwaitha hoax exposed

    http://fas.org/nuke/guide/iraq/facility/osiraq.htm

    || After invading Kuwait, Iraq attempted to accelerate its program to develop a nuclear weapon by using radioactive fuel from the Osiraq reactor. It made a crash effort in September, 1990 to recover enriched fuel from this supposedly safe-guarded reactor, with the goal of produced a nuclear weapon by April, 1991. The program was only halted after Coalition air raid destroyed key facilities on 17 January 1991.