IRAN, THE NEXT TARGET?

February 2, 2005

“In the long term, the peace we seek will only be achieved by eliminating the conditions that feed radicalism and ideologies of murder. If whole regions of the world remain in despair and grow in hatred, they will be the recruiting grounds for terror, and that terror will stalk America and other free nations for decades. The only force powerful enough to stop the rise of tyranny and terror, and replace hatred with hope, is the force of human freedom….To promote peace in the broader Middle East, we must confront regimes that continue to harbor terrorists and pursue weapons of mass murder…. Today, Iran remains the world’s primary state sponsor of terror — pursuing nuclear weapons while depriving its people of the freedom they seek and deserve. We are working with European allies to make clear to the Iranian regime that it must give up its uranium enrichment program and any plutonium re-processing, and end its support for terror. And to the Iranian people, I say tonight: As you stand for your own liberty, America stands with you.”

I have selected the words that may leave the door to an attack against Iran open, what do you think is Iran next?

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One Response to “IRAN, THE NEXT TARGET?”

  1. Bagel Bruin Says:

    Oh God, I hope not. I’ll move to England if we do.
    How many wars does the US want? This must be what George Bush is thinking “We have two right now (Afghanistan and Iraq), let’s make three!”

    Afghanistan was great. We should of stayed there are send in more support, but instead, we send over a bunch of promising young men and women into a death trap. For what? Did they have weapons of mass destruction? No. Were they invading US allies? No. Great move…


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