Israel's Deputy PM corrected about what "THE WORLD" wants.
Israel's Deputy Prime Minister Dan Meridor apparently isn't used to being corrected. "This is what the world wants to stop." "You keep talking about 'the world,' in fact, a very large number of countries around the world, probably a majority of them, have no problem with Iran's nuclear program. It's just a number of states that support your position that have a problem with it." "That's the question or a statement?" Instead of giving this sarcastic response, he could have just responded to the point being made. He wants to spout his deceptions about what "the world" supposedly wants and he wants the interviewer just to sit there and allow him to deceive viewers. As Chomsky points out: Presently powerful countries like Russia, China, India, and 120 member nations of the Non-Aligned Movement oppose the US policy on Iran. "By overwhelming majorities, Arabs regard the US and Israel as the major threats they face. In Egypt, the United States is regarded as the major threat by 90% of Egyptians. In the region generally, not much less than that. Some regard Iran as a threat, 10 percent. Opposition to US policy is so strong that a majority believe that the region — the security would be improved for the region if Iran had nuclear weapons. In Egypt, that's 80 percent. Other figures are similar.
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