FoxNews: 'Iran Deserves To Be Annihilated'

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  1. BLACKEAGLE
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    Look, you don't have an idea how much you distorted Iran image here. Every time you resort to lying with baseless comments in order to get members attention away from the real issue. What you mentioned about Jordan isn't true at all. However, Do you know that there isn't a single political prisoner in Jordan since 1991? Do you know that 2400 demonstrations were staged in Jordan in 2011 and not a single person was killed or imprisoned? Do you know that we can harshly criticize the government and the king? Do you know that any Jordanian citizen can sue any official? Do you know that Iran needs at least 20 years to be like Jordan in terms of democracy and freedom?
    I will not live with Iranian malicious policy in the region but rather the Iranian regime is going to change it in the hard way as I said. Iran fingers were chopped off in Northern Yemen as well as in Bahrain. In Syria, Iranian hands will be chopped off then the head itself will be smashed which is represented by the regime. I hope you will be here in the coming few years or months to remind you of this.
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    yes these sanctions will never work due to oil.

    sorry to say no...your air power or navy is very weak.

    firstly U.S will never go through afganistan.
    secondly,They will leave 20k-25k troops there but main combat role will be handled by afgan troops under U.S supervision.
    you may see it in coming future how afgan soil will be used against iran.
    Thirdly,U.S never came here for al qaeda or some thing like this..they came here to have control over caspian resources.
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    @ Arian,

    no actually, until only recently Iran had NOT faced USA's toughest sanctions. Review the level of sanctions Pakistan was facing in the 1990s during work on our nuclear weapons program.


    we were sanctioned to the teeth; i believe it was Colon Powell who once wrote about it
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    Doesn't that contradict your own argument?


    I agree that Iran's air force is weak, that's a fact, but we're working on it. Our missiles can compensate our weak air force. about our naval forces, they are one of the best in the region and even the USA has confirmed so many times that they are able to close the strait of hormuz for a month which means disaster for the world economy. That means we're indeed capable of projecting power on international economy which is very important.

    Let's see how many US soldiers will get killed in the years to come. I can ensure you that sooner or later we'll see uprisings in Afghanistan against the Americans.
    They won't leave any troops in there if they feel that their safety is endangered. and unlike the previous time, this time they can not come back to Afghanistan under the guise of democracy. Afghanistan is a neighbor of China, which means China will have a lot to say about the US presence in her neighborhood.
    Thirdly, Afghanistan is a land locked country, it has no path to the Caspian sea, Turkmenistan and Iran separate Afghanistan from the Caspian sea. Explain what you mean by controlling the Caspian sea. (They could invest in Azerbaijan instead and they're already doing that, but it's very hard to replace Russia in the Caucasus)
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    True, but without KSA unlimited financial aids Pakistan wouldn't survive. I don't think Arab nor Muslims countries adopted the sanctions on Pakistan.
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    what sort of moral authority are they talking about?i think USA shold annilated as they are lunitics.
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    since 2000 they've been forcing other nations to restrict their trade with us, they've been trying hard to isolate Iran, they're even giving concessions to global powers to isolate Iran, what else they could've done?
    No sane person would have sanctioned Iran's oil, they did, now what else? military option? They can only bomb our nuclear facilities, they can't even set foot on our soil, after that we'll quit from the NPT and talk to them in the harsh way.
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    it wasn't "unlimited financial aids" --that is a myth that can be neglected. Friendly countries did throw their support behind us and this never went un-appreciated by Pakistan.

    most of the support (from countries like KSA) was in the form of deferred oil payments, or other such concessions. Cash came as well obviously, but they werent bank-rolling Pakistan. Pakistan has been through much worse crises -- so "surviving" was never an issue for us.


    and in retrospect, Pakistan did the absolute right thing by staying on target and completing the mission --especially since the eastern-neighbour country was doing so (and in a very menacing manner at that)



    the effect of sanctions was that it simply raised anti-american sentiment in the country -- which seems to be a very cyclical phenomenon.....it also forced us to adopt indigenous solutions in the field of defence -- which I and many others believe was the greatest thing that could ever happen.
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    well some analysts @ Pentagon are of the opinion that even an air-dropped 30,000 pound Massive Ordnance Penetrator bomb would possibly not put an end to Iranian nuke program.

    what else is left? well, we are seeing the rhetoric and psy-ops being waged on Iran.....they'll probably be more Jundollah attacks (which we get blamed for blindly, like everything else); new militant groups emerging or re-emerging (e.g. MeK) and more targets on nuclear scientists.

    they are also itching for Iran to make a "mistake" or provocation.


    nerves are extremely thin at this point, anything could trigger a war.......hopefully sanity prevails. War on Iran would be quick -- but Iran's retaliation would probably be over time....and it will be extremely destabilizing and extremely dangerous for our region.




    my best advice to Iranian regime --- if you're gonna have a nuclear program, shut up about it and stop making provocative public statements.


    Until only recently, Iranians had the ultra-luxury of being able to mouth off and make such statements in public -- and then enjoy increased revenues from oil because speculators in the industry went into panic mode and prices went up.


    they were gettin paid to talk shyte.....wish we had that luxury :laugh:
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    Yea, but we assume that they have bombed all of our nuclear facilities (that are over 20 in number), what then? seriously what then? What else they could do?

    Jundullah's operations have reduced significantly after we arrested and executed their leader (Abdul Malik Rigi), but you're right, they'll support terrorists against Iran again and I believe their next move is to create a support base for the MEK terrorists in Azerbaijan.

    Iran is not that stupid to provoke the largest military power of the world for a war. We have learned how to deal with the Americans after 3 decades, we punch them sometimes, but not in a way that they want to come after us.
    There is no doubt that the USA can cause serious damage to our infrastructure, but our retaliation will destroy the plans they have for the region and change their equations for ever.



    Actually the only provocative statement, if you can call it so, that Iran has ever made was Ahmadinejad saying Israel should be wiped off the map. He never really said that though, it was only a mistranslation, but Iran has always reiterated that it's not seeking nuclear weapons, so I don't know which provocative public statements you're talking about.


    As long as energy prices are high, Iran is safe. We'll keep China tied in business with us and Russia enjoys from high energy prices. So everything's fine. the USA could do nothing about it but demonizing Iran and spreading propaganda against Iran. (which will surely fail at some point)
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    dont be grateful for crumbs, in other words he should be apologizing for the egregious slander he has been spreading on iranians, pakistani's and other peoples, thats when i will find something nice to read.

    the worst thing is jews know all about slander on a group of people, shameful.
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    which one?

    i told earlier that you have oil as weapon and it will be you who will attack the gulf in desperation;)

    you are wrong again.U.S presence in a-stan ensures security of chinese projects and till now,u.s has not used a-stan against china so dont bring china inside here.Caspian sea is the source of energy which are yet to be xploited and can fulfill demand till hundred of years and iran is major irritant here
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    Don't you know some Indians worship vipers? They like talking with venom in their mouths.
    This thread is full of hatred towards Muslims in general, like every other thread where "so called Indians" get involved.
    I won't be surprised to find out that these haters are some Zionists from different countries.
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    i m zionist:rolleyes: and i told you truth.if you cant digest then its not my prob
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    Congress not pentagon. And congress is full of pro Israelis, but they are being exposed to the public right now.
    You sound like a know it all person. Your facts are baseless.
    You are a self declared pro Zionist person, you might get a shock from the Muslim world sooner rather than later.