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Powerfully sobering article re: Iran's genocidal intentions

Reader comment on: Iran's Nuclear Anti-Zionism Is Genocidal, Not Political

Submitted by Eric Goldie (United States), Dec 1, 2009 15:53

This article should be a "wake up call" to all who are concerned about what Iran is trying to accomplish, it's real intentions, as shown by its leader's speeches, and that the world/UN needs to wake up and start to hold Iran fully accountable for its actions. This means drawing a line in the sand and stopping the endless "sanctions" against them, which are probably the subject of laughter in parlors all over Tehran....laughing like Hitler did at the fool, Neville Chamberlain of Great Britton, who claimed Hitler would never invade/distroy Europe. "Eichmann-dinegad," and the Iranian regime, must be stopped from ever developing nuclear weapons to carry out their call for genocide. Start writing your Congressman, the President, and the UN General Secretary!


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It is genocidal and geopolitical [596 words]

Carlos Aliaga Uria 

Jan 7, 2010 19:15

⇒ Powerfully sobering article re: Iran's genocidal intentions [123 words]

Eric Goldie 

Dec 1, 2009 15:53

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