posted on Sep, 9 2012 @ 07:30 PM
There are many in the Twitterverse, blogosphere and comment boards that remain skeptical, believing that the closure of Canada's embassy in
Tehran is a precursor to an imminent Israeli attack on Iran. In other words, Harper is getting our diplomats 'out of dodge.'
Prime Minister Stephen Harper spoke to reporters this weekend to clarify the reasons behind his government's decision, Friday, to cut ties with Iran.
"Ever since the attack on the British embassy last year, I have increasingly concerned about the safety of our diplomats," he said. "Whether it's
[their] nuclear programs, support from Assad, its antisemitism, its support for terrorism...the risk to our diplomats just keeps going up so ever
since last year we have been scaling down our presence."
He basically sums up the conversation with "This regime will stop at nothing." I may only be 28 but over the years, I've learned to read people
pretty well... I can tell when a man knows something and my PM clearly does. I can see it in his face and hear it in his voice.
Iran has one last chance in a few weeks at the UN meet, with all the world powers in the room. Netenyahu has given the Obama administration a last
chance to declare themselves military is the next option, or Israel won't wait.
If they were going to, it should have been back in 2007 after the attack on the Syrian plant. Too many countries involved now, either politically,
economically or financially.
edit on 9-9-2012 by CALGARIAN because: (no reason given)