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Netanyahu is a piece of shit and everyone knows it

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I'm glad the world is waking up and realizing what a sad sack of poo is running that country.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-15635476

"I can't stand him any more, he's a liar," Mr Sarkozy said in French.

"You may be sick of him, but me, I have to deal with him every day," Mr Obama replied.

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lol

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Nice foreign policy you got going there Obama.

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A private conversation is not what I would call foreign policy.

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Diplomacy then. Sets the stage for negotiations. If you don't think that impacts foreign policy, then you've completely ignored history regarding the Israeli/Palestinian negotiations of the past.

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It's been so successful. Time to get Israel off our *** and spank them into submission.

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Time to get lots of foreign countries off of the US dole. No argument there.

Get out of line...expect an arse-whooping though.

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I'm pretty much done with everybody over there.

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US_versus_Iran.jpg

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US_versus_Iran.jpg

Um, wouldn't Pakistan be next?

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Um, wouldn't Pakistan be next?

Attack on Iran's "nuclear" facilities is imminent by Israel, at least that's the impression that they are purposely giving out to the rest of the world. If that happens you can bet your bottom dollar we will be there as well. Of course, this is all been planned far, far in advance, as laid out in "Which Path to Persia"

http://www.brookings.edu/~/media/files/rc/papers/2009/06_iran_strategy/06_iran_strategy.pdf

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Israeli leaders have sent out signals recently that military action is on the agenda. An official told The Associated Press last week that the Israeli Cabinet has discussed the matter, with Barak and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in favor of taking action. An Israeli missile test last week, combined with an announcement of a special air force drill in Italy, further raised speculation.

With the IAEA report approaching, it is unclear whether the leaks are true threats or merely a pressure tactic to push the international community to take decisive action — particularly given the risk that an Israeli attack on Iran would carry.

http://news.yahoo.com/israeli-minister-warns-iran-strike-possible-124649548.html

In comments published in the Israeli daily Hayom, Mr Peres said that “the possibility of a military attack against Iran is now closer to being applied than the application of a diplomatic option”.

"We must stay calm and resist pressure so that we can consider every alternative," he added.

The drumbeat of war is expected to grow louder this week when United Nations nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, issues its most detailed report to date on nuclear research in Iran.

It will provide what Western officials and experts regard as irrefutable evidence that Tehran is compiling the capacity and skills to build a bomb. It will be used as leverage for a fifth round of sanctions at the UN, but could also provide Israel, with the tacit support of Washington, to finalise plans for an air strike.

Among its findings are that Tehran was helped by nuclear experts from two countries, believed to be Russia and Pakistan. The Washington Post reported that key assistance was provided by Vyacheslav Danilenko, a former Soviet nuclear scientist, hired by Iran's Physics Research Centre.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/iran/8874073/Russia-warns-against-Israeli-air-strike-on-Iran.html

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