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the only question that matters: is it true?

Iran has signed the NPT. As a signatory to the NPT, Iran may rightfully, legally, use nuclear technology for peaceful energy purposes. Iran has submitted to and passed repeated IAEA inspections. The US intelligence community (NIE) does not consider Iran a nuclear threat. Israel refuses to sign the NPT. Israel has an estimated several hundred undeclared nuclear weapons. Russia and China have warned that an attack on Iran will have global consequences. That's the situation in a nutshell. Where to next, people? Where to?

Have I now become your enemy by telling you the truth? - Galatians 4:16


and that ship business? it was all russia's fault.

OK so get this...*israel* was responsible for the hijacking and piracy, but it's not bad it's good see, because it was russia's fault for allowing evil weapons to go to it's evil friend countries like syria and iran, which are israel's enemies, so israel had "no choice" but to hijack the ship. you would do the same thing!!!! and look it's working out swell now too, see, because now israel has a bargaining chip to use with russia. and that's how you can tell that russia was behind the whole thing. because israel came out came out looking like the heroes.

no of course that doesn't make any sense. but there was that russian general who said last week that the mystery cargo was "sold by a "weapons mafia" involving top Russian officials but operating outside of the law." that makes a little more sense. maybe the russian weapons mafia of top russian officials includes some russian jews? hmm? oligarchs? something? mebbe? people loyal to israel who wants to start a war with syria lebanon and iran? maybe they were trying to help get that all going by helpfully getting some weapons into place so they could frame it all up and hang some trophies on the walls of their offices? then it all kinda makes more sense i think. but hey, what the fuck do i know. - ed.

Admiral Tarmo Kouts, who heads European Union's piracy watch, tells Time Magazine Israel was most likely responsible for hijacking of Arctic Sea in an attempt to intercept Mideast bound missile delivery

A European source claimed in a recent interview with Time Magazine, that Israel was responsible for the hijacking of Russian cargo ship the Arctic Sea since it was suspected of carrying an arms shipment to the Middle East, Ynet learned Wednesday.

The Arctic Sea went missing in July while en route from Finland to Algeria. Its disappearance sparked reports of a first incident of piracy in European waters in modern times. The Russian Navy has since located the ship, arrested the alleged hijackers and charged them with kidnapping and piracy, but Admiral Tarmo Kouts, the European Union's rapporteur on piracy, now claims the Arctic Sea was intercepted by Israel as it carried a secret cargo of weapons to the Middle East.

Russia has adamantly denied the ship was carrying any kind of military supplies.

Nevertheless, Kouts told Time that only a shipment of missiles could account for Moscow's "bizarre" behavior throughout the month-long saga: "There is the idea that there were missiles aboard, and one can't explain this situation in any other way. As a sailor with years of experience, I can tell you that the official versions are not realistic."


"The most likely explanation is that the Israelis intercepted this cargo, which had been meant for Syria or Iran," said Yulya Latynina, a prominent political commentator and radio host on Echo of Moscow, a station owned by state-controlled gas giant Gazprom.

"They will now use the incident as a bargaining chip with Russia over weapons sales in the region, while allowing Russia to save face by taking its empty ship back home."

According to the report in Time, both the Israeli Prime Minister's office and Mossad, declined comment.

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