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May 03, 2012

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Rmp2011

" Moscow has voted along with its fellow UN Security Council members on several resolutions dealing with Syria, and it has played a much more constructive role on Iran’s nuclear weapons program than is generally understood. "

How nice, AFTER THEY BUILT THE DAMN REACTORS.

It will be poetic justice when the Iranians AGAIN show that hatred of non-muslims trumps any sunni-shia split, when the Iranians give nuclear weapons to the Chechens.

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