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US General Domestic Politics #7 Begin 6/19/20

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9 hours ago, Ridgerunner said:

I wish the U.S. would completely abandon NATO and let Europe defend itself. 

As a left-wing European, I agree!

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Sounds like some people actually believe NK deserves to be treated fairly. Just photo ops. He probably came to the conclusion that there was nothing to be gained for the US from NK. Don't forget - Trump is VERY patriotic.

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4 hours ago, EyesOnly said:

You mean like Obama and Syria. What’s going on with Syria anyway? Isn’t Basheer Al Assad supposed to worse than satan.

Bashir al-Assad is no religious fanatic. Syria was just a traditional secular dictatorship. Pretty similar to Egypt under both Saddat and Mubarak, who was an ally of the USA.

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1 hour ago, ed2 said:

As a left-wing European, I agree!

Me too 👍

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9 hours ago, EyesOnly said:

Any country in the world would be obliterated if they use a nuclear weapon against the US, and they know it. There is NOTHING to fear from Iran.

Unless they want to be religious martyrs, and then sanity is no longer a part of the equation.  Do you think the people who flew planes into the Twin Towers on 9/11/ 2001 were concerned about being obliterated? 

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Just now, Ridgerunner said:

Unless they want to be religious martyrs, and then sanity is no longer a part of the equation.  Do you think the people who flew planes into the Twin Towers on 9/11/ 2001 were concerned about being obliterated? 

You make a good point. However, they do not want the country of Iran and its citizens to no longer exist, which is basically what would happen.

 

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5 hours ago, jabbath1987 said:

I guess you were there cheering with the idiots there? 😂

Why would I ever want to cheer that simple minded fucking idiot? 

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17 minutes ago, Ridgerunner said:

Why would I ever want to cheer that simple minded fucking idiot? 

Well there were plenty of people who did... Shows a lot about the American far-right movement. 😁

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24 minutes ago, Ridgerunner said:

Unless they want to be religious martyrs, and then sanity is no longer a part of the equation.  Do you think the people who flew planes into the Twin Towers on 9/11/ 2001 were concerned about being obliterated? 

Bunch of BS. Here is the reaction from Iran to 9/11:

 Iran: Iranian president Mohamed Khatami[56][57][58] and Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei condemned and denounced the attacks and the terrorists who carried them out. Iranians who gathered for a soccer match in Tehran two days after the 9/11 attacks observed a moment of silence. There was also a candlelight vigil. Huge crowds attended candlelit vigils in Iran, and 60,000 spectators observed a minute's silence at Tehran's soccer stadium.[59][60] On Tuesday, September 25, in 2001, Iran's fifth president, Mohammad Khatami meeting British Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, said: "Iran fully understands the feelings of the Americans about the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington on September 11." He said although the American administrations had been at best indifferent about terrorist operations in Iran (since 1979), the Iranians instead felt differently and had expressed their sympathetic feelings with bereaved Americans in the tragic incidents in the two cities." He also stated that "Nations should not be punished in place of terrorists."[61] According to Radio Farda's website, in 2011, on the anniversary of the attacks, United States Department of State, published a post at its blog, in which the Department thanked Iranian people for their sympathy and stated that they would never forget Iranian people's kindness on those harsh days. This piece of news at Radio Farda's website also states that after the attacks' news was released, some Iranian citizens gathered in front of the Embassy of Switzerland in Tehran, which serves as the protecting power of the United States in Iran, to express their sympathy and some of them lit candles as a symbol of mourning

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Thanks for that.... had no idea. But I think that sentiment says more about Khatami, than Iran.

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5 minutes ago, jabbath1987 said:

Bunch of BS. Here is the reaction from Iran to 9/11:

 Iran: Iranian president Mohamed Khatami[56][57][58] and Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei condemned and denounced the attacks and the terrorists who carried them out. Iranians who gathered for a soccer match in Tehran two days after the 9/11 attacks observed a moment of silence. There was also a candlelight vigil. Huge crowds attended candlelit vigils in Iran, and 60,000 spectators observed a minute's silence at Tehran's soccer stadium.[59][60] On Tuesday, September 25, in 2001, Iran's fifth president, Mohammad Khatami meeting British Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, said: "Iran fully understands the feelings of the Americans about the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington on September 11." He said although the American administrations had been at best indifferent about terrorist operations in Iran (since 1979), the Iranians instead felt differently and had expressed their sympathetic feelings with bereaved Americans in the tragic incidents in the two cities." He also stated that "Nations should not be punished in place of terrorists."[61] According to Radio Farda's website, in 2011, on the anniversary of the attacks, United States Department of State, published a post at its blog, in which the Department thanked Iranian people for their sympathy and stated that they would never forget Iranian people's kindness on those harsh days. This piece of news at Radio Farda's website also states that after the attacks' news was released, some Iranian citizens gathered in front of the Embassy of Switzerland in Tehran, which serves as the protecting power of the United States in Iran, to express their sympathy and some of them lit candles as a symbol of mourning

Just a way of covering their asses to make sure they were not attacked in retaliation. You are so naive and gullible.

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6 minutes ago, jabbath1987 said:

Bunch of BS. Here is the reaction from Iran to 9/11:

 Iran: Iranian president Mohamed Khatami[56][57][58] and Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei condemned and denounced the attacks and the terrorists who carried them out. Iranians who gathered for a soccer match in Tehran two days after the 9/11 attacks observed a moment of silence. There was also a candlelight vigil. Huge crowds attended candlelit vigils in Iran, and 60,000 spectators observed a minute's silence at Tehran's soccer stadium.[59][60] On Tuesday, September 25, in 2001, Iran's fifth president, Mohammad Khatami meeting British Foreign Secretary, Jack Straw, said: "Iran fully understands the feelings of the Americans about the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington on September 11." He said although the American administrations had been at best indifferent about terrorist operations in Iran (since 1979), the Iranians instead felt differently and had expressed their sympathetic feelings with bereaved Americans in the tragic incidents in the two cities." He also stated that "Nations should not be punished in place of terrorists."[61] According to Radio Farda's website, in 2011, on the anniversary of the attacks, United States Department of State, published a post at its blog, in which the Department thanked Iranian people for their sympathy and stated that they would never forget Iranian people's kindness on those harsh days. This piece of news at Radio Farda's website also states that after the attacks' news was released, some Iranian citizens gathered in front of the Embassy of Switzerland in Tehran, which serves as the protecting power of the United States in Iran, to express their sympathy and some of them lit candles as a symbol of mourning

Americans have no issue with the people of Iran, their dictatorship, well that's a whole other story.  IT"S SIMPLY ABOUT REVENGE FOR 1979!

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9 minutes ago, jabbath1987 said:

Well there were plenty of people who did... Shows a lot about the American far-right movement. 😁

I couldn't even understand what the fool was singing. The militant far right White supremacists are an irrelevant minority in this country.  

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23 minutes ago, Ridgerunner said:

Just a way of covering their asses to make sure they were not attacked in retaliation. You are so naive and gullible.

And you are just pathetic... 🙈 Why attack them you warmonger?

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Just now, jabbath1987 said:

And you are just pathetic... 🙈

Thank you, little liberal progressive.

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