October 15th, 2012

Quote of the Day

Prime Minister Cameron on the threat…

“Iran is not just a threat to Israel. It is a threat to the world.”


10 Comments

  1. 1
    Roger The cabin Boy says:

    And probably within 45 seconds … or it it minutes.

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  2. 2
    Bugler Bert says:

    Ayatollah Kameini is displaying the megalomania seen so often in those afflicted with the senile dementia associated with old age, that, plus the rants and raves [vis-a-vis Adolf Hitler......] of the Iranian president, gives the world nightmares.
    Lets get rid of that before the Middle East ends up a radioactive rubbish dump.

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  3. 3
    Desperate Dan says:

    In that case he must be as much of an idiot as Blair. We are under no threat whatsoever from Iran. He shouldn’t listen to William Hague who only speaks for his American and Israeli benefactors or Liam Fox, ditto plus US arms industry.

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  4. 4
    Anon Hacked off Voter !! says:

    Sounds like the Drums of War are soon going to be banging out loud & clear

    from CMD & will it be the same script as his great idol used to mani*pulate the

    great unwashed a k a Pl*ebs of the imminent danger….after all as the

    he*ir to Bli*ar this is what is expected to be pumped out, frequently in the

    run to start in Jan / Feb 2013

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  5. 5
    Mike says:

    Shutting the straights of Hormuz would create a worldwide economic meltdown (a real one this time). Iran is well-capable of this. Cameron is right I’m afriad…

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  6. 6
    the 45 minute man says:

    he’s a lying cock: one that comes in 45 mins

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  7. 7
    anon says:

    he wouldn’t be saying that if iran knocked as much coke as they did oil

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  8. 8
    zorro says:

    Utter bullshit……

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  9. 9
    Bert the builder says:

    Nuke the bastards!

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  10. 10
    jax says:

    Obviously the libertarian is pro war. Do you expect any less hypocrisy from the alcoholics that write these articles?

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