Israel rejects UN call for nuclear transparency

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    Now you tell us why Israel should give a crap about a defunct UN who can't even stop the genocide in Syria or keeps slapping N. Korea on the wrist after it keeps committing violation after violation? And while you're at it, put a condom on your head when you're sitting in front of your computer, it might catch your virus you filthy Iranian Islamist shithead.
     
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    Roudy, Jos, et al,

    It's not about the vote. It is not about the Treaty, or submission to the treaty. What is the instantaneous value of Israeli submission?

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    On the timeline, we are where we are. Whatever the status is, regarding the Nuclear Armament of Israel, the treaty was predicated on the belief that the proliferation would spread to untrustworthy nations or non-state actors that would ultimately "enhance the danger of nuclear war."

    • First, I would suggest that in the preceding decades, there has been no incident that would suggest that Israel acted in any other manner than "responsibly." Israel has done nothing to "enhance the danger of nuclear war." The aggressors have been from elsewhere in the region.
    • Second, that the submission of Israel to the treaty would not enhance the security of Israel and may, in fact, destabilize the deterrent factor that has proved successful thus far. Given the track record of the international community on matters of improving security in the region, their judgments have not been very successful.
    • Third, that the deterioration of Israeli security increases the likelihood of hostile action against Israel and a de facto destabilization in regional security.

    It is not for the nation of Israel to submit without cause, but for the international community to become persuasive in convincing the Israelis why it is better for Israeli defense and security to submit.

    In the absence of a definitive advantage to Israel, given the demonstrated hostile nature of the Middle East neighborhood specifically towards its sovereignty, it would be foolish for Israel to alter its stance and image in any way that does not guarantee a better defensive posture and improvement in regional relations.

    Given the lack of wisdom demonstrated by the international community regarding peace and security within the region, any proposal for Israel to submit must be compeling; not just theoretical.

    Most Respectfully,
    R
     
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    Because that UN created the state of Israel and Israel is one of its members.

    If you're going to belong to an organization, you're duty bound to follow their rules.

    But since you don't think giving your word, is something you need to keep, you probably wouldn't understand that.
     
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    loinboy, et al,

    Yes, in a way, this makes sense.

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    Let's look at "their rules."

    Why should Israel sign on to the NPT if there is every reasonable expectation that the "Supreme Interest" of Israel would be jeopardized?

    What is the benefit to Israel which would improve the "Supreme Interest" of Israel?

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    ABOUT FCUKING TIME.....as always Jos :udaman: steve
     
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    idiot wanker
     
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    :clap2::clap2::cool:
     
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    you cock sucking,dick licking,fcukhead troll.
     
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    Good for them.
     

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