What do you think of Brazil build nuclear weapons toprotect its huge pre-salt layer of petroleum from the usa?

to protect themselves to avoid to happen there what happened in Iraq… (an invasion to get their petroleum)
Isn’t is a fair allegation?

3 Responses to “What do you think of Brazil build nuclear weapons toprotect its huge pre-salt layer of petroleum from the usa?”

  1. Rogerio Penna Says:

    thats nonsense.

    the pre-salt is immensely difficult and expensive to extract. There are probably other areas as these around the world, but noone explores because of the difficulties. So why would the US invade Brazil for it??

    Oil in Iraq is almost oozing out of the soil. Its a different situation.

    Also, Brazil is too big, too important (7th economy in the world), too populous for the US to invade. They can barely invade countries with populations of 15 million people.

    Finally, US had plenty of good excuses to invade Iraq. Like a bloody dictator who was on power on the last 30 years, made ethnic cleansing against shiites and kurds, fought a big war with Iran and used chemical weapons, and then invaded Kwait.

    The US would never have a good excuse to invade Brazil. To do so, without any very BIG and real excuse, would prompt even traditional US allies to go AGAINST the US.

    Most other important countries in the world like Russia, China and India, would get VERY RESTLESS with such an invasion, and would either attack the US or start a VERY BIG ARMS RACE. Markets worldwide would crash from the instability created by such unjustified invasion against a big country important country.

    Do not compare Brazil with Iraq.

  2. Andy Says:

    I don’t really care. If they wanna do it, let them. If not, that’s cool too.

    A couple nukes compared to thousands isn’t going to mean much though…

  3. Tiny Tim Says:

    The government GIVES UP- they’re fascists-
    but today tens of thousands in Brazil are protesting, marching against that petrol drilling.
    Sorry Brazil- MONEY wins- you LOOSE.