Was there any hope for a better outcome, and what was it based on? How will Iran weather the sanctions? Is there any scenario that could lead the sides to some sort of a deal? CrossTalking with David Henderson, Dan Williams and Sadegh Zibakalam.
The core issue in the Middle East and beyond is israHell.
John Able MD (unregistered) wrote in #7
Too bad Nethanayhu does not have qualities Dan Williams has! The Stanford American displayed a butterfly brain. The Iranian fellow sticks to his own syllogism of logic which does make some sense. Even if Iran does produce its first 'noisy toy' their clique will know that one ping pong ball will be nothing compared to the Dimona arsenal. The clear and articulate statements Dan Williams made eclipse the American spokesman's platitudes. Here is a man who is not smug, not complacent, but very dignified, noble and looking straight at the camera, not with his head at an angle. Mentally I place a crown on his head!
Dan Williams is your "typical" academic who has never had to work a day in his life. He is another example of a "trust fund" baby all grown up. This is a man who loves to benefit from the sacrifices of others and then complain how their sacrifices allow him to make money off their backs! This is the problem with "tenure". Dam Williams should have volunteered four years of his life serving in the same military he questions. Sad, so very sad........
Look at Cuba after all these years, how many sanctions, how many assassination attempts on Castro, guess what Cuba and Castor are still around. Iran has learned to be self-sufficient in many areas. Iran has knowhow, much of the infrastructure was put in place during the time of the Shah. They Islamic republic is one of the top nations as far scientific technical growth. They have found resourceful ways of getting around the sanctions. Plus the rest of the world is not onboard with the US and the Zionist way of running the world, which is total submission and surrender.
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