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Defiant Iran vows to enrich uranium even more

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Let them have "The Bomb" it will make a much bigger secondary explosion when the surgical strike hits.

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Iran is like spoiled a child who get his joy from screaming at his parents when he is corrected.

Let them scream. All this takes money. They just aren't that rich. < :-)

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I think I might have to withdraw my earlier support for a bombing if they build the enrichment plants. 20 percent is a LONG fricken way from the 90 percent they need to build a bomb. It looks to me like we are being played...again. I should have seen that sooner.

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Man, this uranium is gonna be so enriched it's not funny.

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But being a party of the NPT provides some rights and privileges, which were somehow taken away from Iran.

Iran was complying with the NPT and was still sanctioned. So why should Iran continue to comply.

Everyone should ask themselves why the UN was so quick to sanction Iran for its nuclear program but has yet to sanction Israel, who refuses to join the NPT, builds nuclear weapons, commits war crimes and crimes against humanity.

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"with the grace of God". Instead of punishing human for their stupidity, he long ago, lost any hope and left us on our own. I hope I'm wrong but it looks like it.

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Let them have "The Bomb" it will make a much bigger secondary explosion when the surgical strike hits.

You've been watching too many Bruce Willis movies, Okinawamike. Nukes won't explode unless they are armed for detonation. At worst, damage to the core would spread radioactive particles that would be carried in the air, water, etc. and create long-term environmental damage.

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Lets help them out...It could become the ultimate suicide bomb built and tested in Iran...

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I think the guy is cool. He stands up for his country. What are the Israelis thinking right now. hehehee

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Sabiwabi: Iran was complying with the NPT

Remember me? I'm the guy who tells you you're wrong every time you utter this nonsense. Well, I'm back again. And you're wrong...again. Anti-semitism isn't a defense for Iran.

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Well, many of you are getting what you wanted..

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Beelzebub at 01:16 PM JST - 3rd December

You've been watching too many Bruce Willis movies, Okinawamike. Nukes won't explode unless they are armed for detonation. At worst, damage to the core would spread radioactive particles that would be carried in the air, water, etc. and create long-term environmental damage.

Bub: If you read any of my post, they are 99.9% crap. I just like to post for effect!

"At worst, damage to the core would spread radioactive particles".

That's what I was meaning to say. :#)

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I don't believe that Iran really wants a "nuke". They much rather watch the international community squirm, sweat, threaten and in the end do nothing.

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sabi: Everyone should ask themselves why the UN was so quick to sanction Iran for its nuclear program...

Everyone knows why Islamic fundamentalist nations like Iran must never have nukes. And everyone knows why you want Iran to have nukes.

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Everyone should ask themselves why the UN was so quick to sanction Iran for its nuclear program but has yet to sanction Israel, who refuses to join the NPT, builds nuclear weapons, commits war crimes and crimes against humanity.

nopoint to as, everyone in that region only point finger at one another and seem like they really need a war. so let it be. hope that next war, they can do it better than 6 days!

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SuperLib: And you're wrong...again. Anti-semitism isn't a defense for Iran.

You're post would have been so much more informative if you had shown what part of NPT Iran was violating and showed proof of how they were violating it.

Bluster gets old really fast, but unlike some people here, I think you may have ability to give us better.

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