A good example would be discarding the Iran Nuclear deal. Iran gave up everything in return for getting rid of sanctions, but US, despite signing the deal and Iranian compliance still imposes sanctions.Sam Vara wrote: ↑Fri May 04, 2018 5:11 pmWell, for not using the usual range of anti-Trump videos, you have my sincere gratitude! You weren't imposing your views at all, Bundokji. Nor is there any shame about being emotional. I merely found it irrelevant, but that doesn't reflect badly on you at all. Likewise, I thank you for the discussion.Bundokji wrote: ↑Fri May 04, 2018 4:59 pm I can assure you that my exchange with you was not intended to be sharing my world view about the Middle East, speculative psychology, 20th Century history, Trump's track record, kamma, etc
Most of my replies was an attempt to add context/meaning to a general rule (your original point) because i felt that without context, it can lead to the wrong conclusion. I also tried to rely on less controversial information, i have not used any videos from opposing media outlets to demonize Trump. What you describe as "speculative psychology" or "pop psychology" was merely sharing my thoughts and why i hold such a conclusion that Trump is morally reckless.
Having a discussion between people involves the possibility of convincing each other, but if my style of discussion appeared to be imposing my views on you, then i apologize.
I have no shame in admitting that some of my replies might be emotional because i find it closer to the truth (as i see it). Indeed, in a completely objective world (if such a thing exists) the use of force is not necessarily less preferable than the use of leniency.
If you found most of my replies irrelevant to your original point, then there is nothing i can do about it except thanking you for having this discussion.
Short of killing their nuclear scientists there is nothing else iran can do with regards to nuclear compliance.