Skip to comments.The answer to the nuclear Iran, the Iranian people
Posted on 11/22/2012 2:57:01 PM PST by Democratic Iran
A ceasefire is now in place between Israel and Hamas after thousands of missile exchanges. While the main stream media focuses on these events, and the world leaders are engaged to find a ultimate solution, what could be taking place is a smoke screen and just another diversion tactic by the Islamic Regime in Iran.
While the attention is on the conflict the quarterly report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has issued warning about the escalation of underground nuclear work at the fordow site.
Fordow enrichment plant which is buried deep inside a mountain and makes it less vulnerable to any air strikes-has now its full capacity of 2,784 centrifuges. Installment of the last 644 centrifuges occurred since the previous IAEA report in August.
"Islamic Republic should be able to increase production within a few weeks," one diplomat accredited to the Vienna-based U.N. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said on Thursday.
The Tehran regime is also keen of the Assad regime survival is facing the fact that the EU has now recognized the newly formed National Coalition to be the "legitimate representatives" of the Syrian people. A faith that might be waiting the Islamic regime in the future.
Both scenarios are important for the regimes future. If an attack on the Islamic republics nuclear work is to happen, the regime will use this to study the military and political aspect of the conflict before responding to the enemy.
By providing Hammas with various of arms, including fajr-5 rockets they constanty test technology, improvements and flaws of weapons and the israeli defense system.
A semi official regime news agency states:
" Eventhough the fajr-5, one of the basic rockets developed in Iran in the 90s, it can challenge the joke called the Iron dome and force the west to rush to save the zionist regime, imagine what we can achieve with our weapons, isn't that a game changer?.
Hamas is already claiming victory over Israel by accepting the ceasefire. They have also managed to gain sympathy from parts of the world. Hamas is known for using human sheld tactics,by sacrificing the civlians and using them for propaganda.
While the United States and EU had hoped that tougher sanctions would dent the nuclear ambition, it has shown little effect. President Obama has repeatedly expressed that it is unacceptable for the United States to have a Nuclear Iran, and continues to promote diplomacy along with sanctions.
Problem is that the Islamic regime does not care for any carrots diplomacy has to offer. Diplomacy have failed and will continue to fail, and the reason is simple. When parties enter a diplomatic negotiations the assumption is that each party will act according to its national interest .The islamic regime is a terorrist regim with no interest to restore the collapsed Iranian economy nor any plans to improve its human rights records. The ceasefire between Hammas and Israel will last as long as the regime in Tehran allows, and rest assure that it will be broken for Tehrans next move.
Stability in the region, and the world will not be possible as long as the Mullahs are in power. All effort should be to empower the Iranians to overthrow the regime. People of Iran, are mullahs biggest threat and enemy.
Instead of secret and public negotiations with the regime, support a Iranian coalition like its syrian counterpart. The Iranians will take down this regime, not only to save themselves, but many others.
Using what weaponry? Spit balls? Mao said political power comes through the barrel of a gun. The Iranian people don't have any.
How long have we been hearing that crap and nothing is done.
Only a fool would believe it.
Just what we have in the WH.
Anybody want to set up a contest to guess when Hussein announces he’s a Muslim?
The Iranian people already tried to get a rebellion movement started briefly during Obama’s first term, and he wouldn’t even speak out on their behalf. One must assume that’s because he doesn’t support an Iranian regime change.
Israel is faced with a process of growing aggression that resembles the lead-up to WWII in some respects. Sometimes you just have to defeat your enemies, the sooner the better. The last time they worked out a peace deal with Hamas, the enemy just used the process to become more entrenched and better armed for the next confrontation. Appeasement has rarely (if ever) turned out to be a good strategy with an enemy who doesn’t want peace.
Maybe we didn’t send enough feminists to Iran. Try sending ‘em all.