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Atomik
20-04--2006, 09:07 AM
This makes a slightly amusing and frightening read, even if it's a tad simplistic:


The tragedy that followed Hillary Clinton's bombing of Iran in 2009

In retaliation, suicide bombers trained by Tehran massacred civilians in Tel Aviv, London and New York

Timothy Garton Ash
Thursday April 20, 2006
The Guardian (http://www.guardian.co.uk/)

May 7 2009 will surely go down in history alongside September 11 2001. "5/7", as it inevitably became known, saw massive suicide bombings in Tel Aviv, London and New York, as well as simultaneous attacks on the remaining western troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Total casualties were estimated at around 10,000 dead and many more wounded. The attacks, which included the explosion of a so-called dirty bomb in London, were orchestrated by a Tehran-based organisation for "martyrdom-seeking operations" established in 2004. "5/7" was the Islamic Republic of Iran's response to the bombing of its nuclear facilities, which President Hillary Clinton had ordered in March 2009.

Full article here (http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/story/0,,1757132,00.html).

Exedous
20-04--2006, 09:11 AM
This makes a slightly amusing and frightening read, even if it's a tad simplistic:
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I agree...

:patch:

schizomorph
24-04--2006, 03:00 PM
How 'bout 2012 instead, the olympics make a better target...

happy_phantom
11-05--2006, 12:02 AM
But first our Hilary's got to convince the Bible Belt to vote for a woman to lead their country...quite tricky when she's so vocally pro-choice.

The article's well-written & is obviously drawn from some very real sources. But it is at the end of the day a work of fiction & there are a lot of things that could happen between now & then, the above example being one of them. I'm not saying it's irrelevant, as it's quite obviously not & it inspires you to find out more about the current situation, which can only be a good thing (ignorance is def. not bliss, I hate not knowing about things), but at the same time you've got to take it with a pinch of salt.