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    (Original post by chrisawhitmore)
    Well, with no nukes and no evidence of attempts to develop them, he was losing the race pretty badly.
    just like iran back in 2003:rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Danen)
    just like iran back in 2003:rolleyes:
    Or for that matter, Iceland at the moment. Ireland also have no programme now, but theoretically could in the future. Quick, roll the tanks into Belgium, Brazil, Greece and all the other countries without nukes, they could start developing them any day now!
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    (Original post by chrisawhitmore)
    Or for that matter, Iceland at the moment. Ireland also have no programme now, but theoretically could in the future. Quick, roll the tanks into Belgium, Brazil, Greece and all the other countries without nukes, they could start developing them any day now!
    democracies dont tend to go to war with each other. crazy muslim countries do
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    (Original post by IAmTheWumAndOnly)
    Anyone who supports Labour is weak and needy. Labour supporters rely on Labour to feed their own pathetic existences by providing them with benefits. They are the sheep in society who need to be herded. Real men go and make their own lives in survival of the fittest. They do things their own way and do not need to be looked after in a child like manner. They are parasites who should be discarded and done with. A mass culling is needed promptly to solve this crisis. They are the reason the economy is crippled and why society is broken and its upon those stronger people to fix it and cleanse the country of the parasites that are spreading at an astonishing rate.
    The Labour Party was the party of the needy in society. In some ways this is a benefit as I do believe those who cannot live independently by their own means should be supported. However, it has now evolved into the party of the weak individuals, who would rather be "numbers in a state computer" than their own person. The Labour Party discourages people from thinking by treating them as its servants, rather than acting as the servant of the state as the government should. The culture of dependency which it has steadily constructed from 1997 to 2010 has created weak individuals who fail to see the benefit in an honest day's work and in being motivated, self-disciplined hardworking people.
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    (Original post by Danen)
    democracies dont tend to go to war with each other. crazy muslim countries do
    What happens when we initiate wars with those coutries, support their theocracies, as long as they are no threat to regional stability, or even support the revolutionaries, who would decrease stability threats further?
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    (Original post by prog2djent)
    What happens when we initiate wars with those coutries, support their theocracies, as long as they are no threat to regional stability, or even support the revolutionaries, who would decrease stability threats further?
    "we" dont initiate wars.
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    (Original post by youngtory)
    The Labour Party was the party of the needy in society. In some ways this is a benefit as I do believe those who cannot live independently by their own means should be supported. However, it has now evolved into the party of the weak individuals, who would rather be "numbers in a state computer" than their own person. The Labour Party discourages people from thinking by treating them as its servants, rather than acting as the servant of the state as the government should. The culture of dependency which it has steadily constructed from 1997 to 2010 has created weak individuals who fail to see the benefit in an honest day's work and in being motivated, self-disciplined hardworking people.
    Why the negs? Without a proper rebuttal?
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    (Original post by Danen)
    democracies dont tend to go to war with each other. crazy muslim countries do
    Yeah, no democracy would ever use a nuclear weapon.
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    (Original post by chrisawhitmore)
    Yeah, no democracy would ever use a nuclear weapon.
    it wont introduce one.
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    (Original post by Danen)
    "we" dont initiate wars.
    Aside from the fact that we actually do in a lot of cases, if there is a major war going on, we are behind the scenes supporting the people who will destablise the region the least (destablise meaning not threaten our government-corporations revenue's), and the people that threaten that the least are usually dictators and extremists.
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    (Original post by prog2djent)
    Aside from the fact that we actually do in a lot of cases, if there is a major was going on, we are behind the scenes supporting the people who will destablise the region the least (destablise meaning not threaten our government-corporations revenue's), and the people that threaten that the least are usually dictators and extremists.
    what are you talking about ?
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    (Original post by Danen)
    it wont introduce one.
    No, I'm sure it wasn't a democracy that introduced nuclear weapons to the middle east.

    Oh, wait, the USA did that too.
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    (Original post by chrisawhitmore)
    No, I'm sure it wasn't a democracy that introduced nuclear weapons to the middle east.

    Oh, wait, the USA did that too.
    no nuclear weapons have been introduced in the middle east
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    (Original post by youngtory)
    Why the negs? Without a proper rebuttal?
    Welcome to TheStudentRoom :teehee:
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    (Original post by Id and Ego seek)
    Welcome to TheStudentRoom :teehee:
    Thanks :P
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    (Original post by Danen)
    no nuclear weapons have been introduced in the middle east
    It's strongly believed that Israel has nuclear weapons..


    EDIT: Or at least has the capability to manufacture them quickly.
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    (Original post by travoot)
    It's strongly believed that Israel has nuclear weapons..


    EDIT: Or at least has the capability to manufacture them quickly.
    Of course they do. Even if they'd actually done a good job of keeping it quiet, why else would they not sign the NPT and always refuse to comment (rather than just denying it) if it wasn't because they had nukes?
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    (Original post by anarchism101)
    Of course they do. Even if they'd actually done a good job of keeping it quiet, why else would they not sign the NPT and always refuse to comment (rather than just denying it) if it wasn't because they had nukes?
    Precisely, in my opinion it's a typical case of the USA installing military hardware to solidify their own regional dominance when the time should come that they need to rely on it for their interests. Whether that's a bad thing or not is open to discussion of course but I'm not too fond myself of the Israeli governments behavior in the region.
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    (Original post by Danen)
    no nuclear weapons have been introduced in the middle east
    A number of organisations and experts would disagree with you. The Israeli stockpile is regularly estimated at over 100 warheads.
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    (Original post by youngtory)
    The Labour Party was the party of the needy in society. In some ways this is a benefit as I do believe those who cannot live independently by their own means should be supported. However, it has now evolved into the party of the weak individuals, who would rather be "numbers in a state computer" than their own person. The Labour Party discourages people from thinking by treating them as its servants, rather than acting as the servant of the state as the government should. The culture of dependency which it has steadily constructed from 1997 to 2010 has created weak individuals who fail to see the benefit in an honest day's work and in being motivated, self-disciplined hardworking people.
    Can't help but agree with every single word. You will go far my friend.
 
 
 
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