If Iran nuked the White House, and rid America of its dictator (Bush), would you rejoice and celebrate?

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  • 1 decade ago
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  • 4 years ago

    Well Iran does not have Nuclear Weapons, but if they even try to use one against Israel in 5-10 years; Iran would cease to exist. But it will never come to that as the U.S. is getting ready to attack Iran. (by the way-check out the link of a 1970s ad the U.S. ran about how great it was helping Iran get Nuclear Energy!) "Silently, stealthily, unseen by cameras, the war on Iran has already begun. Many sources confirm that the United States, bent on destabilising the Islamic Republic, has increased its aid to armed movements among the Azeri, Baluchi, Arab and Kurdish ethnic minorities that make up about 40% of the Iranian population. ABC News reported in April that the US had secretly assisted the Baluchi group Jund al-Islam (Soldiers of Islam), responsible for a recent attack in which some 20 members of the Revolutionary Guard were killed. According to an American Foundation report (1), US commandos have operated inside Iran since 2004. President George Bush categorised Iran, along with North Korea and Iraq, as the "axis of evil" in his State of the Union address in January 2002. Then in June 2003 he said the US and its allies should make it clear that they "would not tolerate" the construction of a nuclear weapon in Iran. It is worth recalling the context in which these statements were made. President Mohammed Khatami had repeatedly called for "dialogue among civilisations". Tehran had actively supported the US in Afghanistan, providing many contacts that Washington had used to facilitate the overthrow of the Taliban regime. At a meeting in Geneva on 2 May 2003 between Javad Zaraf, the Iranian ambassador, and Zalmay Khalilzad, Bush's special envoy to Afghanistan, the Tehran government submitted a proposal to the White House for general negotiations on weapons of mass destruction, terrorism and security, and economic cooperation (2). The Islamic Republic said it was ready to support the Arab peace initiative tabled at the Beirut summit in 2002 and help to transform the Lebanese Hizbullah into a political party. Tehran signed the Additional Protocol to the Non-Proliferation Treaty on 18 December 2003, which considerably strengthens the supervisory powers of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) but which only a few countries have ratified. The US administration swept all these overtures aside since its only objective is to overthrow the mullahs. To create the conditions for military intervention, it constantly brandishes "the nuclear threat". Year after year US administrations have produced alarmist reports, always proved wrong. In January 1995 the director of the US Arms Control and Disarmament Agency said Iran could have the bomb by 2003, while the US defence secretary, William Perry, predicted it would have the bomb by 2000. These forecasts were repeated by Israel's Shimon Peres a year later. Yet last month, despite Iran's progress in uranium enrichment, the IAEA considered that it would be four to six years before Tehran had the capability to produce the bomb." There is time for diplomacy.

  • 1 decade ago

    No, I would not rejoice. To begin with Bush is a legally elected President, not a dictator. That is not to say that I believe him to be a good president, far from that.

    But I would not rejoice in his death, or anyone else's for that matter. An Islamic A-bombing of the US would start WWIII quite nicely, BTW, and nobody with any sense would be in favor of that.

  • 1 decade ago

    What sick person rejoices and celebrates murder ? I agree that he hasn't been the best President, but then again.. I can't think of one that hasn't screwed up. This Bush with the war, Clinton for being a coward and not taking Saddam out when he had the chance. (remeber, he did order an assult on a vacant camp in Turkey) George Sr just for being in office...

    But rejoicing and celebrating their death... a bit much in my opinion

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  • 1 decade ago

    If you were murdered, who would rejoice and celebrate? Why ask such a stupid question? If you don't like America, leave. Move to Iran. They'd love to have you there. If you want to stay, vote, make positive changes, support what you believe. Let others who disagree with you have their say.

    Source(s): I love America, do you?
  • 1 decade ago

    Anyone living in the US that would celebrate that has problems, I don't care for Bush, but come on I don't want the country nuked that is crazy

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No!!! Despite hating Bush and his policies,,,nuking a country, killing innocent people is NOT a civilized way to deal with issues. Iran is not an example or a role model. They are dictators themselves. They treat women like $hit.

  • 1 decade ago

    Why do you fools always refer to Bush as a dictator?

    Do you even have ANY clue as to what the definition of the word actually is?

    As soon as Bush decides to postpone the 2008 elections indefinitely, abolishes all political parties except for his own, and "for the good of the people and the country" announces that he is suspending term limits and will remain "President" indefinitely, then I'll agree he's a dictator...until then, stop blowing things completely out of proportion and instead try and come up with a fact-based arguement to support your positions and views.

    Oh thats right...I almost forgot...your type can't formulate complex ideas in your heads so you resort to the typical name-calling and inflammatory words and remarks like "dictator", "hitler", "police state", et al because you have absolutely zero real argument.

    I don't even know why I bother...all too easy.

    Source(s): Oh, by the way....those examples of dictatorship I gave above are gleaned from actions your leftist "heroes" have taken over the decades. Hugo Chavez, Josef Stalin, Fidel Castro, etc
  • Rayne
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    1 decade ago

    I don't care about Bush, but I would pity the people of the world because of the Nuclear Holocaust that would follow. That is not even remotely funny in my book. Sorry.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    You will regret that statement(question?) if and when you and people of your thinking finally succeed in getting communism or socialism in this country. Count your blessings...you don't know what a dictator is...I hope you never have to find out!

  • 1 decade ago

    If the leaders of all countries fought wars out between themselves, and didn't gutlessly use the children of others as proxies, it would be a good thing.

    So, kill Saddam, kill Bush, kill Ahmadinejad, kill Mugabe... and leave many thousands alive. Remember, it's only in the last few decades of all history that leaders surrounded themselves with security 24/7. They might have to think about their policies a bit more without this protection.

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