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11/23/2016 7:38:20 PM
Posted: 2 weeks ago
For those of you who are unaware, Obama made a nuclear deal with Iran where their ability to create nuclear weapons is somewhat limited for about 15 years and then they can do whatever they want. It imposed curbs on Iran"s nuclear program in return for easing sanctions that have badly hurt its economy. President-Elect Donald Trump spoke out against the deal, saying that it was a disaster and he planned to "rip up" the agreement. Obviously, Iran didn't like this and now that Trump is going to be president, they are very irritated. They recently finally announced that if Trump tries to impede them, they will retaliate. The U.S. House of Representatives re-authorised last week the Iran Sanctions Act, or ISA, for 10 years. "The current U.S. government has breached the nuclear deal in many occasions...The latest is extension of sanctions for 10 years, that if it happens, would surely be against JCPOA, and the Islamic Republic would definitely react to it," Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei said (http://www.huffingtonpost.com...).

The ISA has been in place since 1996 and has badly hurt the Iranian economy, but the US government believes it is necessary to maintain it to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons, which it fears will destabilize the region. The Iranians have consistently insisted that their nuclear program is entirely peaceful, and are working with Russia to finish the expansion of the Bushehr nuclear power plant by 2017. Obama does have the ability to prevent the sanctions from being implemented, but if he is unable to before Trump is sworn into office, no doubt the nuclear deal will be "put on fire". Khamenei said that, if this happens, the US should "brace itself" for retaliation (https://www.rt.com...).

This is of course compounded by Trump's "posse" speaking out greatly against Iran, such as how John Bolton, contender for US secretary of state in the administration of Trump, has said that regime change is "the only long-term solution" for Iran and would bring broader regional and global stability. "Time is terribly short, but a strike can still succeed," he added (https://www.rt.com...). Nikki Haley, who Trump appointed as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations today, is one of the 14 other Republican governors who vehemently oppose the nuclear deal, despite it being widely supported by most of the international community, which will no doubt harm international relations (http://www.politico.com...).

So, what do you guys think about these developments? Do you agree with the proposed Iran Sanctions Act (https://en.wikipedia.org...) being renewed, or do you support the Iranian nuclear deal? If Trump does what he's going to say about the deal, how do you think Iran will retaliate, as promised by Khamenei? Do you think there's going to be some sort of military conflict with Iran in the near future? Do you have any proposals on what should be done about Iran? Discuss.
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11/23/2016 8:22:35 PM
Posted: 2 weeks ago
At 11/23/2016 7:38:20 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
For those of you who are unaware, Obama made a nuclear deal with Iran where their ability to create nuclear weapons is somewhat limited for about 15 years and then they can do whatever they want. It imposed curbs on Iran"s nuclear program in return for easing sanctions that have badly hurt its economy. President-Elect Donald Trump spoke out against the deal, saying that it was a disaster and he planned to "rip up" the agreement. Obviously, Iran didn't like this and now that Trump is going to be president, they are very irritated. They recently finally announced that if Trump tries to impede them, they will retaliate. The U.S. House of Representatives re-authorised last week the Iran Sanctions Act, or ISA, for 10 years. "The current U.S. government has breached the nuclear deal in many occasions...The latest is extension of sanctions for 10 years, that if it happens, would surely be against JCPOA, and the Islamic Republic would definitely react to it," Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei said (http://www.huffingtonpost.com...).

The ISA has been in place since 1996 and has badly hurt the Iranian economy, but the US government believes it is necessary to maintain it to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons, which it fears will destabilize the region. The Iranians have consistently insisted that their nuclear program is entirely peaceful, and are working with Russia to finish the expansion of the Bushehr nuclear power plant by 2017. Obama does have the ability to prevent the sanctions from being implemented, but if he is unable to before Trump is sworn into office, no doubt the nuclear deal will be "put on fire". Khamenei said that, if this happens, the US should "brace itself" for retaliation (https://www.rt.com...).

This is of course compounded by Trump's "posse" speaking out greatly against Iran, such as how John Bolton, contender for US secretary of state in the administration of Trump, has said that regime change is "the only long-term solution" for Iran and would bring broader regional and global stability. "Time is terribly short, but a strike can still succeed," he added (https://www.rt.com...). Nikki Haley, who Trump appointed as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations today, is one of the 14 other Republican governors who vehemently oppose the nuclear deal, despite it being widely supported by most of the international community, which will no doubt harm international relations (http://www.politico.com...).

So, what do you guys think about these developments? Do you agree with the proposed Iran Sanctions Act (https://en.wikipedia.org...) being renewed, or do you support the Iranian nuclear deal? If Trump does what he's going to say about the deal, how do you think Iran will retaliate, as promised by Khamenei? Do you think there's going to be some sort of military conflict with Iran in the near future? Do you have any proposals on what should be done about Iran? Discuss.

This just shows how wrong it was to try to cut a deal with these animals.
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11/23/2016 9:00:33 PM
Posted: 2 weeks ago
At 11/23/2016 7:38:20 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
For those of you who are unaware, Obama made a nuclear deal with Iran where their ability to create nuclear weapons is somewhat limited for about 15 years and then they can do whatever they want. It imposed curbs on Iran"s nuclear program in return for easing sanctions that have badly hurt its economy. President-Elect Donald Trump spoke out against the deal, saying that it was a disaster and he planned to "rip up" the agreement. Obviously, Iran didn't like this and now that Trump is going to be president, they are very irritated. They recently finally announced that if Trump tries to impede them, they will retaliate. The U.S. House of Representatives re-authorised last week the Iran Sanctions Act, or ISA, for 10 years. "The current U.S. government has breached the nuclear deal in many occasions...The latest is extension of sanctions for 10 years, that if it happens, would surely be against JCPOA, and the Islamic Republic would definitely react to it," Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei said (http://www.huffingtonpost.com...).

The ISA has been in place since 1996 and has badly hurt the Iranian economy, but the US government believes it is necessary to maintain it to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons, which it fears will destabilize the region. The Iranians have consistently insisted that their nuclear program is entirely peaceful, and are working with Russia to finish the expansion of the Bushehr nuclear power plant by 2017. Obama does have the ability to prevent the sanctions from being implemented, but if he is unable to before Trump is sworn into office, no doubt the nuclear deal will be "put on fire". Khamenei said that, if this happens, the US should "brace itself" for retaliation (https://www.rt.com...).

This is of course compounded by Trump's "posse" speaking out greatly against Iran, such as how John Bolton, contender for US secretary of state in the administration of Trump, has said that regime change is "the only long-term solution" for Iran and would bring broader regional and global stability. "Time is terribly short, but a strike can still succeed," he added (https://www.rt.com...). Nikki Haley, who Trump appointed as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations today, is one of the 14 other Republican governors who vehemently oppose the nuclear deal, despite it being widely supported by most of the international community, which will no doubt harm international relations (http://www.politico.com...).

So, what do you guys think about these developments? Do you agree with the proposed Iran Sanctions Act (https://en.wikipedia.org...) being renewed, or do you support the Iranian nuclear deal? If Trump does what he's going to say about the deal, how do you think Iran will retaliate, as promised by Khamenei? Do you think there's going to be some sort of military conflict with Iran in the near future? Do you have any proposals on what should be done about Iran? Discuss.

how funny an iranian "threat" to USA... https://www.google.co.il... US military bases around iran.

How many military bases around the world?
US - more than 1000.
IRAN - 0

How many Nuclear Weapons each has?
US - 7100 (just estimation)
IRAN - 0

since the second world war...
How many attempts to asssassinate foreign leaders?
US - more than 50
IRAN - 0

How many bombs they dropped on people of other countries?
US - 30
IRAN - 1

How many times they tried to overthrow an elected foreign goverments (most of them were democratically elected)?
US- 50
IRAN- 0

How many millions of innocent poor people they killed? shall i continue? no wonder USA history full of genocides. USA worse than ISIS. at least when ISIS says "our land" they referring to syria and iraq. when USA says "our land" it means the whole world. if u dont play how USA want they gonna f@ck u up. "might makes right".

what amazes me is u cant see the sh1t the world in sinking in but u see the little stain over the corner.
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11/23/2016 9:42:52 PM
Posted: 2 weeks ago
At 11/23/2016 9:00:33 PM, POPOO5560 wrote:
At 11/23/2016 7:38:20 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
For those of you who are unaware, Obama made a nuclear deal with Iran where their ability to create nuclear weapons is somewhat limited for about 15 years and then they can do whatever they want. It imposed curbs on Iran"s nuclear program in return for easing sanctions that have badly hurt its economy. President-Elect Donald Trump spoke out against the deal, saying that it was a disaster and he planned to "rip up" the agreement. Obviously, Iran didn't like this and now that Trump is going to be president, they are very irritated. They recently finally announced that if Trump tries to impede them, they will retaliate. The U.S. House of Representatives re-authorised last week the Iran Sanctions Act, or ISA, for 10 years. "The current U.S. government has breached the nuclear deal in many occasions...The latest is extension of sanctions for 10 years, that if it happens, would surely be against JCPOA, and the Islamic Republic would definitely react to it," Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei said (http://www.huffingtonpost.com...).

The ISA has been in place since 1996 and has badly hurt the Iranian economy, but the US government believes it is necessary to maintain it to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons, which it fears will destabilize the region. The Iranians have consistently insisted that their nuclear program is entirely peaceful, and are working with Russia to finish the expansion of the Bushehr nuclear power plant by 2017. Obama does have the ability to prevent the sanctions from being implemented, but if he is unable to before Trump is sworn into office, no doubt the nuclear deal will be "put on fire". Khamenei said that, if this happens, the US should "brace itself" for retaliation (https://www.rt.com...).

This is of course compounded by Trump's "posse" speaking out greatly against Iran, such as how John Bolton, contender for US secretary of state in the administration of Trump, has said that regime change is "the only long-term solution" for Iran and would bring broader regional and global stability. "Time is terribly short, but a strike can still succeed," he added (https://www.rt.com...). Nikki Haley, who Trump appointed as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations today, is one of the 14 other Republican governors who vehemently oppose the nuclear deal, despite it being widely supported by most of the international community, which will no doubt harm international relations (http://www.politico.com...).

So, what do you guys think about these developments? Do you agree with the proposed Iran Sanctions Act (https://en.wikipedia.org...) being renewed, or do you support the Iranian nuclear deal? If Trump does what he's going to say about the deal, how do you think Iran will retaliate, as promised by Khamenei? Do you think there's going to be some sort of military conflict with Iran in the near future? Do you have any proposals on what should be done about Iran? Discuss.

how funny an iranian "threat" to USA... https://www.google.co.il... US military bases around iran.

How many military bases around the world?
US - more than 1000.
IRAN - 0

How many Nuclear Weapons each has?
US - 7100 (just estimation)
IRAN - 0

since the second world war...
How many attempts to asssassinate foreign leaders?
US - more than 50
IRAN - 0

How many bombs they dropped on people of other countries?
US - 30
IRAN - 1

How many times they tried to overthrow an elected foreign goverments (most of them were democratically elected)?
US- 50
IRAN- 0

How many millions of innocent poor people they killed? shall i continue? no wonder USA history full of genocides. USA worse than ISIS. at least when ISIS says "our land" they referring to syria and iraq. when USA says "our land" it means the whole world. if u dont play how USA want they gonna f@ck u up. "might makes right".

what amazes me is u cant see the sh1t the world in sinking in but u see the little stain over the corner.

gen"o"cide
G2;jenəG6;sīd/Submit
noun
the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation.
example?
so are you ok if Iran has nuclear bombs?
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11/24/2016 5:50:38 AM
Posted: 2 weeks ago
At 11/23/2016 8:22:35 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 11/23/2016 7:38:20 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
For those of you who are unaware, Obama made a nuclear deal with Iran where their ability to create nuclear weapons is somewhat limited for about 15 years and then they can do whatever they want. It imposed curbs on Iran"s nuclear program in return for easing sanctions that have badly hurt its economy. President-Elect Donald Trump spoke out against the deal, saying that it was a disaster and he planned to "rip up" the agreement. Obviously, Iran didn't like this and now that Trump is going to be president, they are very irritated. They recently finally announced that if Trump tries to impede them, they will retaliate. The U.S. House of Representatives re-authorised last week the Iran Sanctions Act, or ISA, for 10 years. "The current U.S. government has breached the nuclear deal in many occasions...The latest is extension of sanctions for 10 years, that if it happens, would surely be against JCPOA, and the Islamic Republic would definitely react to it," Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei said (http://www.huffingtonpost.com...).

The ISA has been in place since 1996 and has badly hurt the Iranian economy, but the US government believes it is necessary to maintain it to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons, which it fears will destabilize the region. The Iranians have consistently insisted that their nuclear program is entirely peaceful, and are working with Russia to finish the expansion of the Bushehr nuclear power plant by 2017. Obama does have the ability to prevent the sanctions from being implemented, but if he is unable to before Trump is sworn into office, no doubt the nuclear deal will be "put on fire". Khamenei said that, if this happens, the US should "brace itself" for retaliation (https://www.rt.com...).

This is of course compounded by Trump's "posse" speaking out greatly against Iran, such as how John Bolton, contender for US secretary of state in the administration of Trump, has said that regime change is "the only long-term solution" for Iran and would bring broader regional and global stability. "Time is terribly short, but a strike can still succeed," he added (https://www.rt.com...). Nikki Haley, who Trump appointed as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations today, is one of the 14 other Republican governors who vehemently oppose the nuclear deal, despite it being widely supported by most of the international community, which will no doubt harm international relations (http://www.politico.com...).

So, what do you guys think about these developments? Do you agree with the proposed Iran Sanctions Act (https://en.wikipedia.org...) being renewed, or do you support the Iranian nuclear deal? If Trump does what he's going to say about the deal, how do you think Iran will retaliate, as promised by Khamenei? Do you think there's going to be some sort of military conflict with Iran in the near future? Do you have any proposals on what should be done about Iran? Discuss.

This just shows how wrong it was to try to cut a deal with these animals.

I don't think dehumanizing them is the right path to go down.
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11/24/2016 6:07:36 AM
Posted: 2 weeks ago
At 11/24/2016 5:50:38 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 11/23/2016 8:22:35 PM, Greyparrot wrote:
At 11/23/2016 7:38:20 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
For those of you who are unaware, Obama made a nuclear deal with Iran where their ability to create nuclear weapons is somewhat limited for about 15 years and then they can do whatever they want. It imposed curbs on Iran"s nuclear program in return for easing sanctions that have badly hurt its economy. President-Elect Donald Trump spoke out against the deal, saying that it was a disaster and he planned to "rip up" the agreement. Obviously, Iran didn't like this and now that Trump is going to be president, they are very irritated. They recently finally announced that if Trump tries to impede them, they will retaliate. The U.S. House of Representatives re-authorised last week the Iran Sanctions Act, or ISA, for 10 years. "The current U.S. government has breached the nuclear deal in many occasions...The latest is extension of sanctions for 10 years, that if it happens, would surely be against JCPOA, and the Islamic Republic would definitely react to it," Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei said (http://www.huffingtonpost.com...).

The ISA has been in place since 1996 and has badly hurt the Iranian economy, but the US government believes it is necessary to maintain it to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons, which it fears will destabilize the region. The Iranians have consistently insisted that their nuclear program is entirely peaceful, and are working with Russia to finish the expansion of the Bushehr nuclear power plant by 2017. Obama does have the ability to prevent the sanctions from being implemented, but if he is unable to before Trump is sworn into office, no doubt the nuclear deal will be "put on fire". Khamenei said that, if this happens, the US should "brace itself" for retaliation (https://www.rt.com...).

This is of course compounded by Trump's "posse" speaking out greatly against Iran, such as how John Bolton, contender for US secretary of state in the administration of Trump, has said that regime change is "the only long-term solution" for Iran and would bring broader regional and global stability. "Time is terribly short, but a strike can still succeed," he added (https://www.rt.com...). Nikki Haley, who Trump appointed as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations today, is one of the 14 other Republican governors who vehemently oppose the nuclear deal, despite it being widely supported by most of the international community, which will no doubt harm international relations (http://www.politico.com...).

So, what do you guys think about these developments? Do you agree with the proposed Iran Sanctions Act (https://en.wikipedia.org...) being renewed, or do you support the Iranian nuclear deal? If Trump does what he's going to say about the deal, how do you think Iran will retaliate, as promised by Khamenei? Do you think there's going to be some sort of military conflict with Iran in the near future? Do you have any proposals on what should be done about Iran? Discuss.

This just shows how wrong it was to try to cut a deal with these animals.

I don't think dehumanizing them is the right path to go down.

I didn't mean to offend animals, sorry.
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11/24/2016 8:06:16 PM
Posted: 2 weeks ago
At 11/23/2016 9:42:52 PM, kevin24018 wrote:
At 11/23/2016 9:00:33 PM, POPOO5560 wrote:
At 11/23/2016 7:38:20 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
For those of you who are unaware, Obama made a nuclear deal with Iran where their ability to create nuclear weapons is somewhat limited for about 15 years and then they can do whatever they want. It imposed curbs on Iran"s nuclear program in return for easing sanctions that have badly hurt its economy. President-Elect Donald Trump spoke out against the deal, saying that it was a disaster and he planned to "rip up" the agreement. Obviously, Iran didn't like this and now that Trump is going to be president, they are very irritated. They recently finally announced that if Trump tries to impede them, they will retaliate. The U.S. House of Representatives re-authorised last week the Iran Sanctions Act, or ISA, for 10 years. "The current U.S. government has breached the nuclear deal in many occasions...The latest is extension of sanctions for 10 years, that if it happens, would surely be against JCPOA, and the Islamic Republic would definitely react to it," Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei said (http://www.huffingtonpost.com...).

The ISA has been in place since 1996 and has badly hurt the Iranian economy, but the US government believes it is necessary to maintain it to stop Iran from developing nuclear weapons, which it fears will destabilize the region. The Iranians have consistently insisted that their nuclear program is entirely peaceful, and are working with Russia to finish the expansion of the Bushehr nuclear power plant by 2017. Obama does have the ability to prevent the sanctions from being implemented, but if he is unable to before Trump is sworn into office, no doubt the nuclear deal will be "put on fire". Khamenei said that, if this happens, the US should "brace itself" for retaliation (https://www.rt.com...).

This is of course compounded by Trump's "posse" speaking out greatly against Iran, such as how John Bolton, contender for US secretary of state in the administration of Trump, has said that regime change is "the only long-term solution" for Iran and would bring broader regional and global stability. "Time is terribly short, but a strike can still succeed," he added (https://www.rt.com...). Nikki Haley, who Trump appointed as the United States Ambassador to the United Nations today, is one of the 14 other Republican governors who vehemently oppose the nuclear deal, despite it being widely supported by most of the international community, which will no doubt harm international relations (http://www.politico.com...).

So, what do you guys think about these developments? Do you agree with the proposed Iran Sanctions Act (https://en.wikipedia.org...) being renewed, or do you support the Iranian nuclear deal? If Trump does what he's going to say about the deal, how do you think Iran will retaliate, as promised by Khamenei? Do you think there's going to be some sort of military conflict with Iran in the near future? Do you have any proposals on what should be done about Iran? Discuss.

how funny an iranian "threat" to USA... https://www.google.co.il... US military bases around iran.

How many military bases around the world?
US - more than 1000.
IRAN - 0

How many Nuclear Weapons each has?
US - 7100 (just estimation)
IRAN - 0

since the second world war...
How many attempts to asssassinate foreign leaders?
US - more than 50
IRAN - 0

How many bombs they dropped on people of other countries?
US - 30
IRAN - 1

How many times they tried to overthrow an elected foreign goverments (most of them were democratically elected)?
US- 50
IRAN- 0

How many millions of innocent poor people they killed? shall i continue? no wonder USA history full of genocides. USA worse than ISIS. at least when ISIS says "our land" they referring to syria and iraq. when USA says "our land" it means the whole world. if u dont play how USA want they gonna f@ck u up. "might makes right".

what amazes me is u cant see the sh1t the world in sinking in but u see the little stain over the corner.

gen"o"cide
G2;jenəG6;sīd/Submit
noun
the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation.
example?

USA is full of these. imagine u just forgot when Bush invaded Iraq ILLEGALLY by all standards breaking the international law, by lies of course.. causing to 1.4 million people to be murdered. for what? to control Iraq's recources. prior of that they caused the death of half a million children Iraqis by sanctions. what about vietnam?

so are you ok if Iran has nuclear bombs?

im not ok with any country holding a nuclear bombs. they all are guilty but imagine what can the USA can do with 7100 nukes? its not a threat at all... its just about time when they will bomb with nukes like they did before.

its not a threat when US invent excuses every time to invade any country they want?
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