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How should the world deal with the nuclear ambition of Iran?

     Opinions are floating around the world on the issue of dealing with the nuclear ambition of Iran.  The issue is partly about nuclear weapons.  The more relavant conflict is about Iran’s hate and lack of tolerance towards other cultures.  Iran’s uses it’s diplomacy skillfully , and with logic to gain access to nuclear power.  The threat is more Iran could someday use it’s military power for religous extremism, and political domination of the Middle East.   Possible the world?  Should the world do nothing as Iran pursues nuclear power in a likely cover for nuclear weapons?    The Iranian regime is elected by the popular majority of people in Iran.  The Iranian population has long supported a culture that hates others and opposes free will.   In my opinion the Iranian state should be wiped out as long as it’s goals likely include evil intentions towards other cultures.  Iranian citizens must logically pay the ultimate price for their commitment to hate, and violations of human rights.   The Iranian religous leader Ali Khamenei  is resolute in his opposition to human rights, the United States, and Israel.  He sponsored the killing of thousands of Iranians in the 1980’s and was part of the war against Iraq.    The Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad  has made public statements committing Iran to wiping the state of Israel off the face of the map.  To largely cheering Iranians burning American, and Israel flags alike.   Iran has a strong influence in the middle east region and some bad intentions.  I was strongly against the Iraq war from the beginning.  However, Iran is a long standing threat to civilization.   Iran should embrace freedom of choices, education, sustainability, peace, and moving forward with evolution.

     Iran has been behind the killing of thousands of people inside Iraq of all nations alike.   Iran is prepared and committed to striking back against an attack on it’s nuclear and military facilities.  Here is a link from the Christian Science Monitor on  How Iran would retaliate if it comes to war.

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“If you attack Iran you are unleashing a firestorm of reaction internally that will only strengthen revolutionary forces, and externally in the region,” says Ranstorp. “It’s a nightmare scenario for any contingency planner, and I think you really enter the twilight zone if you strike Iran.”

Though the US military has since early 2007 accused Iran’s Qods Force – an elite element of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) – of providing anti-US militias in Iraq with lethal roadside bombs, and of training and backing “special groups” in actions that the US government alleges have cost “thousands” of lives, US commanders have played down Iran’s military capabilities.

Even Admiral William Fallon, who publicly opposed a US strike on Iran before he resigned in April, dismissed Iran as a military threat. “Get serious,” Adm. Fallon told Esquire in March. “These guys are ants. When the time comes, you crush them.”

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 Careful communication could solve problems most effectively. This blog post is intended to share a reasonable perspective on the problem, implications, and path forward to solving the problem.   I do not approve of all the actions of any nation, and denounce many acts from the past.  Israel, Iran, and the United States have acting inappropriately at times in the past.  Forgiveness is part of the solution.  Until we have understanding; forgiveness is not on the bartering table.   I support democracy, peace, compromise, and forgiveness.  The protection of human rights, and  promoting a healthy planet is of  great importance to the world. 

  Nations from around the world like China, England, Israel, Iraq, Russia, U.S.A,  Saudi Arabia and dozens of other nations should join to launch a massive nuclear strike on Iran in the near future if they do not immediately change course.  Weakening Iran to a point of absolute defeat.  A minor attack on Iran or ignoring the violent intentions of Iran would likely cause more problems in the long run from my observation and understanding of the problem.  

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