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Proliferating hypocrisy

April 25, 2013 18:11

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What is the greatest nuclear threat in the world today? What is the future of the Non-Proliferation Treaty? And does the West demonstrate double standards when it comes to security? CrossTalking with Mohammad Marandi, Thomas Moore and Charles Blair.

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arrestforcefeeders 15.05.2013 20:06

people who start targeting the weakest nuclear powers, or who more aggressivly target the weakest nuclear powers, are seen to have bad motives and less trustable, and more likley they just want to overpower countries instead of simply dis-nukeing the world. those who dont have nukes themself, and focus only on dis-nukeing the strongest nuclear powers would be more likley intrested in dis-nukeing the world compared to overpowering the world.

 

arrestforcefeeders 15.05.2013 19:53

dont try to force others not to have nukes, when you yourself has nukes. others arnt likley going to dis-nuke just because you say so at the same time you dont dis-nuke. if you want to dis-nuke the world, start with yourself, then maybe others will follow your example, otherwise if you want to keep nukes for yourself and dis-nuke everyone else, you'll only be a hypocrite, others will geuss your motives are bad and your persuasion power will be gone.

 

Louis Lalonde 12.05.2013 22:10

In a debate like this, the most important thing is to let officials from international atomic regulatory organisations tell us - the viewers - what the actual situation is, is Iran breaking treaties, rules, etc.
Opinions shouldn't take precedent over facts, pundants shouldn't be interviewed but rather scientific neutral officials. Finally, Levelle let the Iranian person be interrupted constantly, he should have mediated and stopped the others from cutting him off. We all know what the american position is, that's all we hear in western medias. For once, give the airtime to the other point of view. Very frustrating.

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