posted on Feb, 3 2009 @ 09:52 AM
It appears that the United Nations first started urging member nations fighting in Afghanistan a few days ago to start considering Iran as an
alternate route to move vital war supplies to the troops in Afghanistan. The supply situation has grown more and more precarious in Afghanistan as the
border region in Pakistan slips further into militant lawlessness. U.S. Troops are running short on many vital supplies and more personal luxuries
offered through the commissaries to the troops are becoming non-existent according to recent news reports.
For U.S. Generals to now be condoning other NATO Coalition Members to consider using Iran as a route into Afghanistan is either an act of desperation
or a changing of the times and a possible byproduct of new foreign policy initiatives on Obama’s part.
Is it possible why Israel still agitates for war with Iran on an almost daily basis, that quietly U.N. and U.S. Officials are going to begin region
out to the Islamic Nation as a means to counter the loud cries from some conservative and religious corners to back Israel on a strike against
Some interesting facts about Iran the Iranians have absolutely no love for Afghanistan, Al Qaeda, or the Taliban. The Afghans for years have been
using Iran as a conduit for opium/heroin sales, plus, the Taliban murdered a number of Iranian diplomats and their families.
It is ironic that the Iranians offered the US (just after 9/11) not only to bury the hatchet on all past problems with a serious desire to resolve
them, but also gave the US considerable intelligence on the Taliban and Al Qaeda (and supported the Iraq operations as well). Notably, Iran was the
first nation to offer condolences and aid on 9/11 to the US.
They also offered the US use of their facilities and airfields to support logistical operations, and furthermore offered use of their hospitals to
care for any wounded soldiers.
Imagine their surprise when the Bush Administration added them to the "axis of evil"
Could it be things might be changing?
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