Iran Knows the Lesson North Korea Learned Long Ago

December 6, 2010


5 Responses to “Iran Knows the Lesson North Korea Learned Long Ago”

  1. ChaztheIranian on December 6th, 2010 9:10 am

    i didnt know that Iran wanted a nuclear bomb, because i, and the IAEA incidentally, have no proof…the same goes for the author of this uncouth and unprofessional rant. i also lol’d at the bit where the author claims (without any proof) that Iraq ‘contained’ Iran until as late as 2003! – does the author realise that Iraq couldnt defeat a revolution-ravanged Iran 20 years ago, let alone a much stronger one in 2003! i got more laughts reading this than taking anything on board as fact.

  2. John Smith on December 6th, 2010 12:46 pm

    What an absurd argument. The problem is the “big dog”. It is the big dog, a big bully, who attacks and bombs countries at will. It is a big dog that has murdered hundreds of thousands of people in the last few years alone. You name the country that Iran has attacked.

  3. the Australian on December 6th, 2010 2:19 pm

    i think the author either drunk or smoking pot. he still lives in fools world where once western countries used to fool the world. North Korea is power. they attacked south twice. and guess what happened, instead of retaliation by struggling and weak so called super power U.S and south korea, they just decided to do nothing and accept humiliation. this diplomacy, dialogue, sanctions, talks, human rights are all western propaganda. now no one believes these craps any more. i think action speaks louder than words. dear author try to find something elase to fool the people. beacuse what you saying is non sense. every one say bye bye to America and Western world.

  4. shayne on December 6th, 2010 10:39 pm

    We also must understand that the one unifying issue in Iran is security. Making Iranians feel safe is the only way to solve this issue. Doing so may also bring about a leadership change which most likely would lead to a more Democratic government with a more enlightened view of the West.

    If we do not use this approach and cave to those hawks on the right, Iran will surely continue down the path of militarization and confrontation. It’s a lesson they’ve learned well from North Korea.

  5. w.hudson on December 8th, 2010 12:30 pm

    Stop talking tosh you dim troublemakin judas,

    “Of course no one believes them and why should we. It is clear they covet the power that a nuclear bomb brings to them.”

    From sensible

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