Skip to comments.Davos 2013: Kissinger says Iran nuclear crisis close(1-24-13)
Posted on 01/28/2013 9:02:31 AM PST by haffast
The Nobel Peace laureate, 89, was speaking about prospects in the Middle East at the World Economic Forum.
He said nuclear proliferation in the region triggered by an armed Iran would increase the chances of an atomic war - "a turning point in human history".
He also urged the US and Russia to co-operate in resolving Syria's conflict.
"There has emerged in the region, the current and most urgent issue of nuclear proliferation. For 15 years, the permanent members of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) have declared that a nuclear Iran is unacceptable, but it has been approaching," he said.
"In a few years, people will have to come to a determination of how to react, or the consequences of non-reaction.
"I believe this point will be reached in a very foreseeable future," he added.
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Those Mossad guys are good.
If the middle east nations do exchange atomic blast, what are the chances that the fall-out reaches around the world? I just order a radiation detector just in case, $100 now or $1,000 after it happens, just ask the Japanese.
Correct me if I am wrong, and I know you will - but wasn’t Kissinger’s lying all those years kept us in Vietnam and in every rouge country and at a constant state of war since?
I saw a few of those reports.
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Achmed: "Oh for the love of Allah...."... >drops tools<
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IMHO, the upcoming NK nuclear test will be a good estimate of the Iranian nuclear progress. It’s well-known there has been cooperation between NK and Iran on nuke research.
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