Originally posted by brill
Looks like the US' goofball assassination plot didn't go as planned (guess they were short on crayons that day at the pentagon/CIA) so now they try
yet another angle.
LOL of the day!
Seriously though, the deal here is between Israel and its neighbours.
Since they got the nuke, none has been tempted to touch them, even when the IDF go into Palestine and Lebanon with full force no one dares react with
an equal response. One should never underestimate the deterring capacity of an "arsenal of megadeath". Guess why Israel hasn't been levelled with
the ground by mighty
armies like the ones of Iran, Syria and (what once where) Iraq. US support- of course, but it still takes some time to
ship them overseas. The bomb compensates for all that (talk about a phallic enlarger of great magnitute!).
If Iran gets the bomb, they are suddenly equal players and Israel is in a world of donkey dung. The next Yom Kippur attack might end up with very
The likeliness of an US/Coalition "attack" on Iran/Syria does not come to an end until they totally withdraw from Afghanistan, for good. There is a
reason they keep massing troops there at it is not to secure the rule in Kabul, oh no, they have other plans.
We westerners keep pushing Iran in every possible way. Even if we wanted to leave them alone they wouldn't until they've settled the score. They
have so many ways to come at us; religious, financial, historical... Not to mention we keep pointing the muzzle of our guns at them.
They know what is up. The Iraq wars didn't just pass them by, they knew what we ment with that: "behave or you're next". Even if we might not be
able to live up to that threat we still meant it.
The point is: the more we bully them, the worse it is gonna get on us in the end. It will come around to give our asses will get the bite of the
aeons. Best thing is to stop messing around now
, change the policies, try our best to make friends instead of enemies. This lacuna coil has
been spinning out of control for long enough.
What we really need is for the Syrian people's uprising to gain more momentum and overthrow their leaders. Then, Iran will stand alone in the
mid-east and the Iranian people can do their part in changing the rule. After that, but not until then, we will have a brand new set of possibilities
to sort out this mess, maybe even for good.
Worst case, however is to see the US/EU economical situation turn so grave that the troops must come home and Iran deciedes to strike when the guard
is down. Only a change of regime imposed by the populations in Iran and Syria can prevent that, no outside force can do that, not by a long shot.
Blah, blah, I better give it a rest