stephencaudill

stephencaudill

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538 weeks ago @ News From Antiwar.com - US Military Ratchets U... · 0 replies · +6 points

IT IS TIME for Americans to rise up and say NO! to this rogue behavior, and to reiterate: if the U.S. goes around the globe acting like a rogue state, then the several other rogue states will just look to our example and the world will only get more dangerous.
IT IS THE height of hypocrisy for the U.S. to sign a nuclear cooperation deal with the UAE to help UAE build FOUR nuclear power plants (which the UAE has nowhere near the technical resources to staff these plants) while telling Iran it cannot build a SINGLE nuclear power plant, the very same plant that the U.S. helped to construct during the Shah's reign.
LASTLY, WHY DID OBOMBA GET A NOBEL PEACE PRIZE, HE'S EVERY BIT THE WARMONGER AS BUSH OR CHENEY, MAYBE WORSE...

538 weeks ago @ News From Antiwar.com - US Military Ratchets U... · 0 replies · +1 points

AND FURTHERMORE the North Koreans have detonated TWO nuke test bombs - one in 2006 and one in 2009. Why aren't we invading North Korea as well, they are clearly a dangerously unstable rogue state, run by a megalomanical dictator, who just recently sank a South Korean warship with no provocation.
SO, I am concerned that the U.S. is setting a very bad example for the rest of the world community as now other states will justify violating the sovreignty of nations they consider to be adversaries or hostile. AND furthermore, the U.S. has not learned its lessons from its meddling in Iran to rescue the hostages which resulted in 8 U.S. soldiers being killed out in the Iranian desert.

538 weeks ago @ News From Antiwar.com - US Military Ratchets U... · 0 replies · +5 points

This is totally insane on the part of the U.S. Iran is in compliance with ALL U.N. laws, treaties, and in particular has NEVER failed an IAEA inspection. I can vouch for the IAEA inspection program as it is very intrusive and rigorous. Of course Iraq had fooled the IAEA in the late '80s up until 1991, BUT since then the IAEA has greatly strengthened its inspection program in both the human and technical areas. In fact the IAEAs program for nuclear materials control, accounting, and security is more comprehensive that that of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Dept. of Energy. I can say this with confidence as I was and IAEA inspector for 2.5 years and have been and NRC inspector for almost 20 years.