The International man of peace

Discussion in 'Middle East - General' started by nosarcasm, Nov 19, 2005.

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    Gerhardt Schroeder in his last day in office signed on to send Israel two more Dolphin submarines worth about a billion Euros. 1/3 of it paid for by the German taxpayer.

    Germany has a law on the books that they can not sent war materials to crisis zones/regions.

    This seems to exclude China, Israel , Turkey and any other place that can
    pay cash for German military hardware.

    Schroeder and his friend Fischer (who did not oppose this deal either) are
    hypocrites.

    Dolphin submarines also can used for ballistic missiles. The first batch was
    considered as enabling Israel to project their nuclear power within 3000 miles.
     
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    Gotta love those last minute decisions--I wonder who paid for the other 2/3 s.
     
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    I assume you did, I know they used some Us money for the IDF to pay for the first three.
     
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    At last I got some kind of an answer to where all of that aid to Isreal goes. I guess they are our big war supply warehouse. When the Arabs call Israel the lap dog of the US maybe they are right (or is it the other way around ? ).
     

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