posted on Jan, 29 2012 @ 05:14 AM
Originally posted by Ralphy
If they give a negative report, I think there could be more motivation to seek further trouble with Iran. If the report comes back good then maybe
the west will back off. Either way tensions are too high in the area to stay peaceful for long.
If the reports are negative then there is no evidence that that will lead to conflict. There are warmongers all over - including on these very Boards
- who predict war at every turn. It has not happened in North Korea and war will not come to Iran over this. This may disappoint some people on the
Boards who seem to want
a war to reinforce and support their particular world-view, which is usually US = bad and Iran = misunderstood
free-love palace of joy.
What is likely is that Iran will be further isolated and treated as a pariah state in the international community.
One needs to consider that this is not just the entire developed world who thinks the alleged Iranian nuclear ambition is dangerous, but the rest of
the Middle East fear a nuclear armed Iran.
If Iran has nothing to hide and is open about all these alleged nuclear facilities and exactly why they are apparently doing “x”, “y” and
“z”, then perhaps they will avoid further international vilification. Perhaps the reality of sanctions is focussing the minds of the Iranian
authorities. The last thing the Iranian authorities want is to cause further internal angst (caused by sanctions) because brutal repression appears
no longer acceptable to civilised nations – look to Syria for proof of that.