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    What would be the likely consequence?

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    Massive explosions!
    Moonlight will fall
    Winter will end
    Harvest will come
    Your heart will mend

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    I posed this question to DU and that's what the consensus was as well. In my view, Iran doesn't have the will to become free. Its former president tried to defeat the regime without foreign intervention... now he's in prison, I hear. I guess that worked out for him rather well. I'm sure in time a real progressive movement will take root in that country. Iran needs to wake up: violent revolution is their only choice. The only way to defeat a religious establishment is through guns... philosophies can be discredited and overwhelmed... religions cannot. The days when new religions could be created have been eliminated through education and technology. The violently religious must simply be destroyed, one by one.

    We have our own regimes to dispose... I suspect the onset of such a war would, in fact, be the trigger for a violent left-wing revolution engulfing EVERY nation involved.

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    http://edition.presstv.ir/detail/85662.html
    http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/JE28Ak01.html
    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7...442638,00.html

    As of yet there have been no airstrikes. There may still be, however even the politicians seem to know the risks. Spies, assassinations and supporting insurgents seems to be the safer option. I doubt that unless there is a full scale uprising in Iran that there would be anything more than a limited intervention. The stakes are too high and Iran is too unpredictable. However, of course I may well be wrong on this.
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