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Russell Dickerson  
Floresville, TX  
March 6, 2012 5:46am
 
>Twice U.S. intelligence has concluded that Iran scrapped its nascent program in 2003.

An amazing cherry-picking of the facts indeed. Setting politics aside, Bush's assumption that the Iranian's nuclear program was scrapped was based upon a nuclear scientist who sought asylum in America and was 'giving up the goods' on Iran.

Of course, since then he has since fled back to Iran to a hero's welcome. It was all a ruse. He 'fled' to America so inject false intel into the intelligence profile - a double-agent for Iran.

As for cooperation with the NPT - hardly. In case you've forgotten, the IAEA themselves just left in a huff because they said the Iranians were acting evasive and hiding stuff. Does it sound familiar? This is the exact game Iraq played for years leading up to 2003 - or perhaps you can't remember that. Did Iraq have 'the bomb' - apparently not (I say apparently because Iraq had 5 months to move everything to Syria before we actually invaded) but He clearly wanted people to believe he did.

If you threaten your neighbor with a gun, the neighbor should hardly be concerned with whether it is loaded. If you get shot threatening your neighbor with an unloaded gun, well that's just bad on you.. in America we would call that stupid.

The NPT is a joke.. lets call it what it is. Just like the Geneva Convention, the bad guys sign it but ignore it. The ONLY reason there has not been a major nation-state war on Israel since 1973 is Israel's clearly implied "Sampson" strategy - that you may overrun them but they will wipe you off the planet no-matter-what. Now they just attack Israel with proxies.

Your column plays fast-and-loose with the facts and is clearly biased against Israel. It is pro-Islamist propaganda.
     
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