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    Bleach & Heroes fan. Byuakuya's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syntax
    Pretty much. Hopefully this conflict can be dealt with without the use of military force.

    "I do not know what World War Three will be fought with but World War Four will be fought with sticks and stones"

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    I agree completely. If we continue to use weapons for every little problem, then the future of the human race will progress once again into the past, as stated by Einstein.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueovalboy7
    Hmm, well at least the US rep said they are "determined to use diplomacy to resolve this matter" there is hope, for our politicians
    They said a similar thing about Iraw my friend, i still cant belive some people even trust the US government anymore.

    With Bush in charge of America, no body is safe. WW3 is inevitable, and its going to come sooner than we all think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warrior
    They said a similar thing about Iraw my friend, i still cant belive some people even trust the US government anymore.

    With Bush in charge of America, no body is safe. WW3 is inevitable, and its going to come sooner than we all think.
    Now you need to understand that world war 3 will not be as soon as we think, the middle east hasnt exactly rised a power house of a military force.

    If there was to be a world 3 three I am sure countries like russia, china, UA and england will be the main one's involved.

    WWI and II were effectively battles between England and Germany, it kind of annoys me when the Americans hitch on and call it their war, use you offered support but only meak, and when Japan started attacking you, thats when you got fully involved.

    Yes I am greatful that our nations joined forces and took down the Nazi government in WWII but it was mainly England and Germany.

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    All this, along with a supposed video that will be released by al-qaeda with Bin Laden saying that he is ready to go to war against pakistan.

    This world is such a wonderful place to be in, at this point there has been too much history and people are too ignorant to settle differences in a reasonable manner. People are inherently violent, and we are going to end up killing ourselves off. Enjoy!
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    So true..

    I'm going to start collecting sticks and stones..




    Bush setting America up for war with Iran



    Senior American intelligence and defence officials believe that President George W Bush and his inner circle are taking steps to place America on the path to war with Iran, The Sunday Telegraph has learnt.

    Dick Cheney ('The Man') with George W Bush
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    Pentagon planners have developed a list of up to 2,000 bombing targets in Iran, amid growing fears among serving officers that diplomatic efforts to slow Iran's nuclear weapons programme are doomed to fail.

    Pentagon and CIA officers say they believe that the White House has begun a carefully calibrated programme of escalation that could lead to a military showdown with Iran.

    Now it has emerged that Condoleezza Rice, the secretary of state, who has been pushing for a diplomatic solution, is prepared to settle her differences with Vice-President Dick Cheney and sanction military action.

    In a chilling scenario of how war might come, a senior intelligence officer warned that public denunciation of Iranian meddling in Iraq - arming and training militants - would lead to cross border raids on Iranian training camps and bomb factories.
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    A prime target would be the Fajr base run by the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Quds Force in southern Iran, where Western intelligence agencies say armour-piercing projectiles used against British and US troops are manufactured.

    Under the theory - which is gaining credence in Washington security circles - US action would provoke a major Iranian response, perhaps in the form of moves to cut off Gulf oil supplies, providing a trigger for air strikes against Iran's nuclear facilities and even its armed forces.

    Senior officials believe Mr Bush's inner circle has decided he does not want to leave office without first ensuring that Iran is not capable of developing a nuclear weapon.

    The intelligence source said: "No one outside that tight circle knows what is going to happen." But he said that within the CIA "many if not most officials believe that diplomacy is failing" and that "top Pentagon brass believes the same".

    He said: "A strike will probably follow a gradual escalation. Over the next few weeks and months the US will build tensions and evidence around Iranian activities in Iraq."

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    Previously, accusations that Mr Bush was set on war with Iran have come almost entirely from his critics.

    Many senior operatives within the CIA are highly critical of Mr Bush's handling of the Iraq war, though they themselves are considered ineffective and unreliable by hardliners close to Mr Cheney.

    The vice president is said to advocate the use of bunker-busting tactical nuclear weapons against Iran's nuclear sites. His allies dispute this, but Mr Cheney is understood to be lobbying for air strikes if sites can be identified where Revolutionary Guard units are training Shia militias.

    Recent developments over Iraq appear to fit with the pattern of escalation predicted by Pentagon officials.

    Gen David Petraeus, Mr Bush's senior Iraq commander, denounced the Iranian "proxy war" in Iraq last week as he built support in Washington for the US military surge in Baghdad.

    The US also announced the creation of a new base near the Iraqi border town of Badra, the first of what could be several locations to tackle the smuggling of weapons from Iran.

    A State Department source familiar with White House discussions said that Miss Rice, under pressure from senior counter-proliferation officials to acknowledge that military action may be necessary, is now working with Mr Cheney to find a way to reconcile their positions and present a united front to the President.

    The source said: "When you go down there and see the body language, you can see that Cheney is still The Man. Condi pushed for diplomacy but she is no dove. If it becomes necessary she will be on board.



    "Both of them are very close to the president, and where they differ they are working together to find a way to present a position they can both live with."

    The official contrasted the efforts of the secretary of state to work with the vice-president with the "open warfare between Colin Powell and Donald Rumsfeld before the Iraq war".

    Miss Rice's bottom line is that if the administration is to go to war again it must build the case over a period of months and win sufficient support on Capitol Hill.

    The Sunday Telegraph has been told that Mr Bush has privately promised her that he would consult "meaningfully" with Congressional leaders of both parties before any military action against Iran on the understanding that Miss Rice would resign if this did not happen.

    The intelligence officer said that the US military has "two major contingency plans" for air strikes on Iran.

    "One is to bomb only the nuclear facilities. The second option is for a much bigger strike that would - over two or three days - hit all of the significant military sites as well. This plan involves more than 2,000 targets."

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    U.S. is ****in up the world. god damn bush. (and im in america XD)



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    You have got to be kidding me..WHY CAN'T THEIR BE PEACE..by the way tomorrow is in Canada, it's National Peace Day..just so you guys know xD
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    I'm assuming most of you may have heard about the MoveOn ad. I really can't believe the balls the republicans have and the lack of balls the dems have. They are literally trampling all over our constitutional rights, and it's really starting to infuriate me. I don't understand how this guy can flat out lie for 4 and a half years and not get impeached. The repubs impeached clinton because he got his dick sucked in the white house and lied about it. Bush has been lying as far as i can tell, his entire damn life. He had to get Karl Rove to spread lies about his opponents just to get in office. Then just continued lying his way right into Iraq. The state of this country sickens me and i hope the people will start to wake up, or before we know it we aren't gonna have any rights left.
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