Discussion in 'Politics' started by Lights, Feb 12, 2006.
you must be long gold !
Nope. Disclaimer: I am not long gold.
Just want a discussion is all, stuck here at home this Sunday morning 20 degrees out and got 12 inches of snow outside my front door.
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Military conflict, international sanctions and disruption of oil supply is inevitable. Just a function of time.
It looks bad for world peace.
It means that the chances are the blitz plan is not going to work and it will become a long lasting conflict. But on the other hand Iranian president is very agressive in his rhetorics & he clearly & unfortenutely presents threat to the global security.
A former U.N. weapons inspector who said Iraq disarmed long before the U.S. invasion in 2003 is warning Americans to prepare for a war with Iran.
"We just don't know when, but it's going to happen," Scott Ritter said to a crowd of about 150 at the James A. Little Theater on Sunday night.
Ritter described how the U.S. government might justify war with Iran in a scenario similar to the buildup to the Iraq invasion. He also argued that Iran wants a nuclear energy program, and not nuclear weapons.
But the Bush administration, he said, refuses to believe Iran is telling the truth.
Why would Iran be looking simply for a nuclear energy ( I would say agressively looking for nuclear energy with their new president since the first thing he did after being elected was to remove the UN seals ) while other countries with less fuel resourses ( but also less agressive policies) are content with buying the oil from Iran & are not seeking for the nuclear energies instead. Something is not right here.
Maybe Iran would prefer to sell their oil to us dumb westerners for $60 / bbl instead of burning it to create electricity.
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