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 Posted: Wed May 9th, 2018 03:11 pm
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Kriss wrote: KGB wrote: Serious question. What makes war more inevitable now? The mullahs were pursuing their nuke anyway, it's just that they had the cover of quasi-legitimacy until yesterday.

You are either a troll or a moron.

What has changed since yesterday that makes war more or less inevitable? 



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DaNkinator wrote: KGB being the all knowing genius that you are, can you explain to the rest of us why Trump's own intelligence agencies and hand-picked people have all testified that there is zero evidence of wrongdoing by Iran and how they are in compliance with the agreement?

I'm sure you have all of the answers. Please enlighten the rest of the world.

All of them, eh?  Who?  What did they testify?  Where and when?



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KGB wrote: DaNkinator wrote: KGB being the all knowing genius that you are, can you explain to the rest of us why Trump's own intelligence agencies and hand-picked people have all testified that there is zero evidence of wrongdoing by Iran and how they are in compliance with the agreement?

I'm sure you have all of the answers. Please enlighten the rest of the world.

All of them, eh?  Who?  What did they testify?  Where and when?

Mattis, Tillerson, Coats.  To name a few.

The IAEA, which went through extensive research and  on-site work, site visits, inspections, forensic analysis, the works said that they were in total compliance.

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In the end what is the immediate and long term negative for the United States?



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BlueThunder wrote: I'm kinda split on this. This was a dumb deal to begin with. Iran, by all accounts, had a struggling economy with the sanctions put in place. How on Earth does a struggling country have any sort of leverage in negotiating with the most powerful country in the world?
You can take this the other way.  Why would a struggling country be of any concern whatsoever to the United States?  I don't see any agitation for sanctions against the Central African Republic or Mongolia.

Without any such deal Iran can run headlong to get nuclear weapons.  The world is reliant then on Mossad infiltrating to stop Iran.  Instead under this there was about the most rigid inspection regime there ever has been.

Now Trump has decided to make America safer by making it easier for Iran to get nukes.



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kargol wrote: BlueThunder wrote: I'm kinda split on this. This was a dumb deal to begin with. Iran, by all accounts, had a struggling economy with the sanctions put in place. How on Earth does a struggling country have any sort of leverage in negotiating with the most powerful country in the world?
You can take this the other way.  Why would a struggling country be of any concern whatsoever to the United States?  I don't see any agitation for sanctions against the Central African Republic or Mongolia.

Without any such deal Iran can run headlong to get nuclear weapons.  The world is reliant then on Mossad infiltrating to stop Iran.  Instead under this there was about the most rigid inspection regime there ever has been.

Now Trump has decided to make America safer by making it easier for Iran to get nukes.


Maybe trump doesn’t care, he might think that it will take Iran another generation to be able to launch one. 
How many countries have nukes and how often are they used? 



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This is expected to effect oil prices and make Russia even richer.

All energy companies gain, but Russia & Venezuela economies are extremely dependent on oil revenue. Russia doesn't have many other lucrative industries for hard dollars. Now with very high oil prices they'll have much more funds to cause problems in the world.

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Russia doesn't cause problems in the world. Everybody knows this.



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We all know the problems Nikita Koloff caused for Magnum TA

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Aha, but Nikita was a fake Russian.  From Minnesota.  Know who else is from Minnesota?  Al freaking Franken.  It was all a ploy by the left to take out hard working southern Magnum, funded no doubt by Soros.



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broke wrote: Aha, but Nikita was a fake Russian.  From Minnesota.  Know who else is from Minnesota?  Al freaking Franken.  It was all a ploy by the left to take out hard working southern Magnum, funded no doubt by Soros.
Also from Minnesota is Jesse Ventura.  It's all a conspiracy, man!



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DaNkinator wrote: This is expected to effect oil prices and make Russia even richer.

All energy companies gain, but Russia & Venezuela economies are extremely dependent on oil revenue. Russia doesn't have many other lucrative industries for hard dollars. Now with very high oil prices they'll have much more funds to cause problems in the world.

If oil prices stay elevated it will be good for the oil field workers in America and Canada. The companies themselves will make a ton of money but the workers in the field will be seeing the benefits as well. 
Venezuela is so messed up the price of oil would need to be selling for $200 a barrel for a decade to fix it all. 



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