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In article <DtqC23.firstname.lastname@example.org>, Raj K. Rathee <rkrathee> wrote: >email@example.com (Jon Livesey) wrote: > >>>> So India explicitly rejects the principle of non-proliferation, >>>> is that it? >>> >>> No, India says that it's an excellent idea. But because we are serious about >>> peace, and not just some aggressive power who seeks to consolidate it's >>> grasp on all it's future economic and political challengers, we seek to go >>> the whole way. That means the total eradication of all nuclear weapons. >>> >>> Don't you get that. Seems pretty simple and straightforward to me. What >>> better way can we find to bring security in this world. >> >>No, frankly, I don't. Nor do I get an argument that says I should >>bring an M-16 to the office to persuade other people to junk theirs. >> > >You mean to say that you could have persuaded Hitler to give up his >devious plans through dialogue and mutual cooperation ? It a nice >thought, but I would have to say that it is a trifle (understatement) >naive of you. It's also not what I claimed, so I don't see a lot of point in discussing it. jon.