- 29 Sep 2005
yorkie said:And the USA isn't "dangerous"?frasier said:Oh come off it, you know exactly why. Saddam Hussain was dangerous, even if the claims of WMD were greatly exaggerated. He could still have had the weapons, even if at the moment we have no proof.
Remind me which country has used nuclear weapons to kill thousands of innocent people?
I am not sure. I believe you are referring to the bombings of the Japanese cities I can never spell. If you are, then you know why that was. The Japanese were warned, and it was extremely unfortuante it had to happen, but it did, and the Japanese had also bombed America people as well.
If this was not the incident you were referring to, then I must have a gap my knowledge, please inform me what you are talking about.
Well, it is a democratic system, and we therefore must trust it to a bigger degree than a dictator, that was not voted upon by the country, and is therefore more likely to be dangerous. And anyway, we have our own nuclear weapons program, and this is the fact people forget; we are just as responsible for the events in Iraq as America is. We went to war with them, we lied about the war, but people seem to conviently forget that, because their too busy America bashing. The question should be: "Why should we have nuclear weapons, when other cannot?" just as much as the same question can be asked of the Americans.