Soviet America Empire’s Suez? How the Persian War will play out in 2012

It’s Achilles against Hector.

The Iranian government wants a nuclear weapon to protect itself from U.S. military adventure.

The U.S. government (in the style of Genghis Khan) wants the Iranian government to remain defenceless from U.S. military adventure, therefore it must stop the Iranian government’s nuclear weapon.

[God, apparently, gave the U.S. government the right to decide who can and who cannot have a nuclear weapon, and so we have the rock and the hard place.]

Therefore this year, in 2012, we shall be walked into another Middle-East war, to further the global oil-hegemony of the Soviet America Empire.

Jim Rickards describes how this will play out:

Let’s just hope the Iranians haven’t already bought a huge stockpile from corrupt ex-Soviet generals, Pakistan, or North Korea.

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5 Responses to Soviet America Empire’s Suez? How the Persian War will play out in 2012

  1. brianseabrook says:

    I have been thinking the same for the last few months. I just wonder if Obama would risk going to war in a election year…

  2. Poor old Iran with it’s corrupt authoritarian theocratic regime. At least we know whose the good guy in this battle…

  3. Are we talking about principle here, or practice?

    Is it possible to conceive of a regime so dangerous that you’d be uncomfortable with them wielding nuclear weapons?

    • Archie Dean says:

      “Is it possible to conceive of a regime so dangerous that you’d be uncomfortable with them wielding nuclear weapons”?

      It certainly is……………..how about the USA for starters?

      AD

      • 🙂

        Pax Americana hasn’t been so bad for most of us. It will be a long time before the libertarian dream is realised across the whole planet. In the meantime, we must consider the alternatives before us. If not the Americans, then who? Would the Russians have been better as the victorious superpower? Would Chinese hegemony be better today?

        And even if you do think that the US regime is unfit to command a nuclear arsenal, does it follow that we should be happy about others gaining that same capability?

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