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Biggest threat to peace?

Post by Phidippides » Tue Sep 26, 2006 7:46 pm

Who do you think the biggest threat to peace is these days?

Hugo Chavez?
Castro?
Kim Jong Il?
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (Iran)?
Hu Jintao?

Let me know and discuss here.

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Post by DodgeFB » Tue Sep 26, 2006 8:42 pm

[quote=Phidippides]
Who do you think the biggest threat to peace is these days?

Hugo Chavez?
Castro?
Kim Jong Il?
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (Iran)?
Hu Jintao?

Let me know and discuss here.
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I think it may be "Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (Iran)?" He is a smart man. The only thing scary about Kim Jong Il is that in my opinion he is nuts. And I thing Chavez is just a paranoid flake. But if he messes with the oil deal someone may slap him.

Not worried about the other too.I think time will deal with them. :)
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Post by appleton » Tue Sep 26, 2006 9:39 pm

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Kim Jong Il.. as for castro. I can't see castro being a threat to world peace :P .

What about Israel and Hezbollah too?
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Post by DodgeFB » Tue Sep 26, 2006 9:45 pm

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Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Kim Jong Il.. as for castro. I can't see castro being a threat to world peace :P .

What about Israel and Hezbollah too?
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I don't think those two will ever get along. Someone will need to stand between them forever in my opinion. :?
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Post by semann » Tue Sep 26, 2006 11:55 pm

I consider the Iran guy the biggest threat consider a-bombs he has.

Hugo Chavez is considered a thrat just because he is the only different from Latin America, he is the only one who tries to difference himself and not do everything that USA does. (Not beign pro-chavez)

Castro is no longer a threat (i think) he is very weak and dying.

I would put in this list, Mr President George W Bush because all of his actions highlighting Irak, he is the biggest threat worldwide, nothing more dangerous than a "Blood-Thirty" President
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Post by jafar00 » Tue Jan 09, 2007 5:17 pm

[quote=Phidippides]
Who do you think the biggest threat to peace is these days?

Hugo Chavez?
Castro?
Kim Jong Il?
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (Iran)?
Hu Jintao?

Let me know and discuss here.
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George W Bush closely followed by Ehud Olmert. I can't believe those two trouble makers weren't left off the list.

Kim Jong Il comes in third.

Castro shouldn't even be there. He's been pretty quiet lately.

Hu Jintao only seems to be interested in Tibet and Taiwan.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is not one I would consider a threat at all. Despite the fact he's ruffled a few Zionist feathers by daring to ask questions about the Holocaust leading to a pretty well organised media demonisation I must say.

There is no evidence Iran has any nukes, nor is there any evidence they are planning to build any. Persia(Iran) has not attacked any other country as far as the history I've checked back by several centuries. They have always fiercely defended their country against invaders though.

Ahmadinejad, like Chavez is just stirring the political pot. Not flexing his muscles militarily although they have in recent times demonstrated their willingness and their substantial ability to defend themselves against any attacks.

I think in the end you can only really include in the list of "Biggest Threats" those who are using or are known for using their military might against other countries to enforce their will upon others. That is why I chose Bush and Olmert. Not Blair though. he's just a puppy on a leash for Bush to order around and he does what he is told.
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Post by DodgeFB » Tue Jan 09, 2007 5:31 pm

[quote=jafar00]
[quote=Phidippides]
Who do you think the biggest threat to peace is these days?

Hugo Chavez?
Castro?
Kim Jong Il?
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (Iran)?
Hu Jintao?

Let me know and discuss here.
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George W Bush closely followed by Ehud Olmert. I can't believe those two trouble makers weren't left off the list.

Kim Jong Il comes in third.

Castro shouldn't even be there. He's been pretty quiet lately.

Hu Jintao only seems to be interested in Tibet and Taiwan.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is not one I would consider a threat at all. Despite the fact he's ruffled a few Zionist feathers by daring to ask questions about the Holocaust leading to a pretty well organised media demonisation I must say.

There is no evidence Iran has any nukes, nor is there any evidence they are planning to build any. Persia(Iran) has not attacked any other country as far as the history I've checked back by several centuries. They have always fiercely defended their country against invaders though.

Ahmadinejad, like Chavez is just stirring the political pot. Not flexing his muscles militarily although they have in recent times demonstrated their willingness and their substantial ability to defend themselves against any attacks.

I think in the end you can only really include in the list of "Biggest Threats" those who are using or are known for using their military might against other countries to enforce their will upon others. That is why I chose Bush and Olmert. Not Blair though. he's just a puppy on a leash for Bush to order around and he does what he is told.
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Maybe Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is a danger to some. He is sure looking for a fight with someone. Bush will be gone in two years. Who knows when these other trouble makers will be gone. And all the name calling and smoke blowing will not change anything for the good.

Kim Jong Il should have been taken out long ago.
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RE: Biggest threat to peace?

Post by appleton » Tue Jan 09, 2007 6:04 pm

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is a threat in my opinion. I'm not sure of his intentions and he sure does seem to hate on Israel.

George W. won't be around for long. He can't do anymore damage then he has already done (Hmmm... I won't put money on it :P ).

Ehud Olmert possibly but I don't know much about him to comment. I know the Israeli government are very aggressive though, along with hezbollah. There are too many people threatening world peace to draw up a list.

A more correct list would have names running off into 4 pages.. :P
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Post by Romulus111VADT » Tue Jan 09, 2007 6:13 pm

It seems to me that Bush was pretty subdued until *Terrorists* high jacked some planes and attacked the US on 9-11-2001 in an unprovoked attack killing 3,000 innocent civilians.

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Post by DodgeFB » Tue Jan 09, 2007 6:13 pm

Yes there is little doubt that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is a hater. And all that infidel and Zionists talk just makes him look more like a trouble maker than a real leader. But I guess it makes him feel better to spew all that garbage to the world. Then wonder why so many people don't trust him. :sign0089:
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