Iran's Addiction

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What should be done with Iran?

Poll ended at Tue Apr 03, 2007 9:28 am

Knockout Their Only Oil Refinery and Block Their Ports
2
50%
Retaliate like the Israel did with Lebanon a few months ago
0
No votes
UK Should Take Back What is Theirs By Force Like They Did in the Falklands
0
No votes
Do Nothing and Hope They Give Back The Hostages Someday
2
50%
 
Total votes: 4

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Postby nevermore » Fri Mar 30, 2007 9:41 am

MALAISE FOREVER!

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Postby doddles » Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:02 am

It is now absolutely clear that the British naval officers are guilty of violating Iran's waters. How do I know this? Because two have them have confessed.

And they've only been in captivity for a few days, and have clearly not been tortured or anything.

Well, if a confession of guilt is acceptable when it comes from a prisoner detained without charge in Gitmo for 5 years, possibly tortured, definitely subjected to interrogation bordering on torture, then surely the confessions of the British naval officers under far less extenuating circumstances are beyond doubt.

Time for the Brits to apologise. Case closed.

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Postby Ned Flanders » Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:12 am

doddles wrote:It is now absolutely clear that the British naval officers are guilty of violating Iran's waters. How do I know this? Because two have them have confessed.

And they've only been in captivity for a few days, and have clearly not been tortured or anything.

Well, if a confession of guilt is acceptable when it comes from a prisoner detained without charge in Gitmo for 5 years, possibly tortured, definitely subjected to interrogation bordering on torture, then surely the confessions of the British naval officers under far less extenuating circumstances are beyond doubt.

Time for the Brits to apologise. Case closed.


Wow, are you for real?

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Postby mrak » Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:22 am

Shoulda used a moronicon, doddles.

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Postby doddles » Fri Mar 30, 2007 10:44 am

Ned Flanders wrote:
doddles wrote:It is now absolutely clear that the British naval officers are guilty of violating Iran's waters. How do I know this? Because two have them have confessed.

And they've only been in captivity for a few days, and have clearly not been tortured or anything.

Well, if a confession of guilt is acceptable when it comes from a prisoner detained without charge in Gitmo for 5 years, possibly tortured, definitely subjected to interrogation bordering on torture, then surely the confessions of the British naval officers under far less extenuating circumstances are beyond doubt.

Time for the Brits to apologise. Case closed.


Wow, are you for real?
Logic too difficult for you, Ned? You see, the thing about logic, is it's all about consistency. Something I'm guessing makes your head explode.


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