Does Iran have a right to have a nuclear bomb?
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Does Iran have a right to have a nuclear bomb?

Does Iran have a right to have a nuclear bomb? The answer is a resounding NO! Do they have a right to defend themselves? Yes they do. So why can’t they have a nuclear bomb? Because they would not use it for defense or to maintain the peace in the world.

The United States spent billions of dollars during World War II to develop and use the first atomic, nuclear bomb. It was done to bring the most destructive and deadliest war in human history to an end. It was not done to promote violence but to end it. Sense the end of WWII, our further development of nuclear bombs has been to use them to maintain the peace in the world.

We have given our technology on how to build a bomb to our WWII allies England and France because they share our values of promoting and defending individual freedom and maintaining the peace in the world. We have even gone so far as to share this technology with Germany and Japan our WWII enemies. We did so because they changed their values to mirror ours. It took sixty seven years of having our troops stationed in their countries to learn our ways, our values, and our commitment to peace, and our troops are still there. Yet after eleven years, we have pulled out of Iraq and will leave Afghanistan in 2014. These countries will never learn our values and the unrest and hatred for the West will go on there.

The United States, England, France, Germany, and Japan maintain their nuclear weapons for defense and continued peace in the world. On the other hand, our other former WWII ally, the Soviet Union (now Russia), has used its’ nuclear weapons to threaten the United States, Europe, and any nation that gets in their way of world domination. The Soviet Union obtained the secrets of how to build a bomb from American Communists Julius and Ethel Rosenberg in 1951. These traitors gave the secrets to Joseph Stalin, the dictator of the Soviet Union who had killed tens of millions of his own people to maintain his power. Stalin gave the technology to another dictator, Mao Zedong leader of Communist China, who had murdered tens of millions of his own people to gain and then maintain his dictatorial rule. Both dictators used their nuclear power to intimidate the United States and our allies. They organized, supplied, trained, and carried out revolution and communist takeovers of country after country sense the end of WWII. Cuba, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Nicaragua were their triumphs.

For any American to believe that Iran wants a nuclear bomb because it shares our values and commitment to maintaining world peace is simply wrong. They want a bomb to do what the other dictators have done. They want to take over all the non Islamic counties of the world by threatening to use the bomb to get their way.

Iran is far more dangerous than was Stalin or Mao. Stalin and Mao were not willing to commit suicide to get their way; by using their nuclear bombs; because the United States has a policy of striking back with our nuclear weapons at any country that attacks us. This MAD policy (Mutually Assured Destruction) insures that both countries are totally destroyed. This is why the Cuban Missile Crisis ended without going to war or the use of nuclear weapons. The Soviets did not want to commit suicide.

Iran is a different story. They don’t care about our MAD Policy. They welcome the opportunity to die for their Prophet and thus secure their place in paradise. No place in this world would be safe if they get a bomb. Every American needs to understand that THEY WILL USE THEM ON US!

This is why they can never be allowed to obtain one.

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gawalkman commented on Wednesday, Oct 03, 2012 at 14:23 PM

All I have to say is "Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb"

Yes, every country should have the bomb. As many of them as they can muster too. It's probably the only way that will influence countries to not use them.

Bryant commented on Thursday, Oct 04, 2012 at 21:56 PM

Ironside, your position is not born out by existing facts and jumps from one point to another in such random order that it is difficult to refute in it's entirety. So, I'll stick to only three points.

You say Iran would not use it for defense or to maintain peace in the world. How do you know? Do you believe Pakistan has their nukes to maintain peace in the world - or India - or North Korea? I guess the more basic question is, how do you know they aren't simply developing nuclear fuel for peaceful purposes?

Second, you use Stalin and Mao as example of those who intimidated the US with their nuclear weapons. I don't believe the US was ever intimidated. As you pointed out, the US and the USSR both had MAD capability and, fortunately the leaders of both countries were not fools (well, maybe fools but not suicidal fools). And China was too late into the game developing a reliable ICBM with accurate targeting. And, regardless of your opinion, the revolution in Cuba had nothing to do with either country until after Castro was in power and alienated the US by nationalizing businesses. Likewise, Vietnam was a strictly a national issue until the US intervened after Ho Chi Minh kicked the French out after Dien Bien Phu. The more support we threw at the South, the more support China and Russia threw to the North.

Finally, your final paragraph really marginalizes the Iranian people and their religion. When you say they welcome the opportunity to die for their prophet, your ignorance of Islam and Iraninans becomes apparent. Muslim fanatics pursuing a secular agenda may be willing to commit suicide to accomplish an objective but to ascribe this behavior to an entire country is ludicrous. Iran has a developing middle class who do not subscribe to all of the Islamic leaders programs. They are first and foremost Iranian, nationalistic and proud of it. And to my knowledge, Iran has never initiated a war of conquest, not even to "take over all non Islamic counties (sic) of the world".

P.S. Most of the Middle East may not even care for our values, so why are we dying and spending billions of dollars?

22 commented on Friday, Oct 05, 2012 at 10:48 AM

"As the Imam said, Israel must be wiped off the map." - Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

"Anybody who recognizes Israel will burn in the fire of the Islamic nation's fury." - Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

22 commented on Friday, Oct 05, 2012 at 10:48 AM

polish this Bryant.

22 commented on Friday, Oct 05, 2012 at 10:56 AM

"P.S. Most of the Middle East may not even care for our values, so why are we dying and spending billions of dollars?" says Bryant

Do you hear this woman cry for help?

This is why our men and women die, for the souls that cry for help.

Bryant commented on Friday, Oct 05, 2012 at 14:29 PM

22, as I wrote, "...has a developing middle class who do not subscribe to all of the Islamic leaders programs." Our men and womed are supposedly dying to protect the United States - not spread democracy, regardless of what politicians say. We have a history of supporting tyrants, dictators and anybody else when it serves our national interest.

We reinstated the Shah of Iran, one of the most despotic rulers ever, with a CIA financed coup. To further democracy? Not close. To maintain a stability in Iran that favored American interests and kept the oil flowing.

22, I suggest you familiarize yourself with Middle Eastern and Islamic history before attributing to them the desire to emulate our values.

"Jersey Shore" "Toddlers and Tiaras" "Real Housewives of (pick a city)" Yep, that's some good old USA values. (Tongue firmly in cheek)

22 commented on Saturday, Oct 06, 2012 at 00:04 AM

"before attributing to them the desire to emulate our values" dont you mean exterminate not emulate? I never spoke of there desire to emulate. What does trash tv have to do with good American values? Maybe you should familiarize your self with US history there you can lurn of our values. In God we trust is there and give me liberty or give me death as well. Look into our EQUALITY our EGALITARIANISM. Our Environmental concern and protection. Freedom! Of our values the greatest of these wich I find applying to Irans middle class would be "give me liberty or give me death". But with the complete imbalance of power Irans middle class face death. Irans middle class needs Isreal.

Bryant commented on Saturday, Oct 06, 2012 at 13:21 PM

Iran's middle class needs Israel like a fish needs a bicycle (to steal a phrase from the Women's Liberation movement). 22, do you even realize that Muslims (even Iranians) worship the same God as you? Presuming you are a Christian and not a Druid. And the same God as Jews. We're talking territory not religious beliefs. Although Jews, Christians and Muslims have always battled over the "Holy Land" within the context of a holy war.

22 commented on Saturday, Oct 06, 2012 at 15:45 PM

Thanks Bryant I did not know Jewish and Islamic people worshiped Jesus. You moron. You will find that Iranian men and woman regardless of class if there heart be true to peace and they a suffering great peace will come to them through Isreal. One fish, two fish, blue fish I took a fish back to a pond one a bicycle more than once after showing my mama how big he was. Just as fast as a could cause if dad saw how big he was he'd be dinner! Now you tell me does a fish need a bicycle?

22 commented on Saturday, Oct 06, 2012 at 16:05 PM

Iran is a Jihadi Islamist regime. I assume you know what jihad is. This is not just about territory it is about religion.

Bryant commented on Sunday, Oct 07, 2012 at 11:25 AM

Nice name calling, 22. The last refuge of the ignorant.

22 commented on Sunday, Oct 07, 2012 at 15:42 PM

I should not have called you a moron. I am sorry Bryant. 22

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