posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 07:10 PM
Reality is that this is nothing more than political posturing and saber rattling, as a prior poster pointed out. It is empty rhetoric, as the
Iranian’s do not have the will or the motivation or the hardware to pull this off. While they may have some ships in NYC harbor, does anyone really
think that they would dare risk an attack, or even potentially causing an international incident? Or even that they are prepared for the logistics of
such a journey from Iran all of the way to NYC?
Consider this, to travel that amount of distance, they would have to replenish before crossing the Atlantic, and then having supplies brought to them
along the way and then to sit there outside of NYC, to do what? Just sit there? And to accomplish what would be the other question? To threaten, or
to show that it is possible on the part of their Navy to put one ship there? It is just one ship and when it crossed the international waters to park
outside of NYC, then what? Would they dare risk alienating any allies of theirs that may get hit in the crossfire, as the UN is located in NYC and
any attack that is launched against that city takes a risk of hitting one of them. Make no mistake, the Iranians are bluffing, and as long as the
world reacts, then they have ultimately achieved what they are wanting.
While they do possess allies, the question must be asked, what they are up to, as it seems that when ever one of them is wanting to do something, the
others start to bang the proverbial drums and pots to draw the worlds attention away, so the question must be asked what is N. Korea and Venezuela
really up to.