Iran, You're Next. Here We Come!
Total world domination is what appears to the ultimate goal of the United States of America. The US has been playing the same tactics it was found guilty of a few years back when it was itching to dip into the oily waters of Iraq. It threw at the UN and the world every conceivable trick in the book, and when the world/UN said Fuck Off, it turned around, hid under the banner of terrorism and WMDs, and went guns blazing into Iraq alone with a handful of supporting countries.
Is that the notion of democracy the US lives by? When you lose a democratic discussion, turn sour, act like a rotten kid and do what you want? After three years, it was only last week that the US President FINALLY admitted to some mistakes. Knock-knock, wake-up! Was he living on earth when all the body bags were showing up at the door?
That's where the problem lies, it's known as an arrogant bully gone berserk. I quote an interesting paragraph from an article by Fareed Zakaria (Newsweek's May 29, 2006 issue):
The Bush administration describes spreading democracy as the lodestar of its foreign policy. It speaks about democracy constantly and has expanded funding for programs associated with it. The administration sees itself as giving voice to the hundreds of millions who are oppressed around the world. And yet the prevailing image of the United States in those lands is not at all as a beacon of liberty. Public sentiment almost everywhere sees the United States as self-interested and arrogant. There is a huge disconnect between what the Bush administration believes it stands for and how it is seen around the world.
The world is a gravy mixture of nations, each with its own thoughts and values, there cannot be a generic fix to all problems and each nation has to be dealt with in a unique solution, a rubber stamp US-like democracy cannot be expected to last long in a nation like Iraq which has only seen rulers - especially not a system enforced by invaders. A fundamental political change takes time and two short quick years cannot be used as a perfect exit strategy. Yes, the exit strategy is a strategy designed to allow the invader to get out before all hell breaks loose. Then it will be just evasion tactic statements from Washington.
Exit strategy, my ass!
Coming to Iran, the US has been planning for such an invasion into Iran for some time to an extent that coalition partners, which include the US, Israel and Turkey have been in "an advanced stage of readiness" since early 2005.
American air strikes on Iran would vastly exceed the scope of the 1981 Israeli attack on the Osiraq nuclear center in Iraq, and would more resemble the opening days of the 2003 air campaign against Iraq. Using the full force of operational B-2 stealth bombers, staging from Diego Garcia or flying direct from the United States, possibly supplemented by F-117 stealth fighters staging from al Udeid in Qatar or some other location in theater, the two-dozen suspect nuclear sites would be targeted. - Global Research
In its planning of the invasion, the invaders have been seriously contemplating the use of mini-nukes in this Iran onslaught (Global Research),
Mini-Nukes are: earth-penetrating capability of the nuclear warheads penetrating only 20 feet or so into dry earth when dropped from an altitude of 40,000 feet. Even so, by burying itself into the ground before detonation, a much higher proportion of the explosion energy is transferred to ground shock compared to a surface bursts. Any attempt to use it in an urban environment, however, would result in massive civilian casualties. Even at the low end of its 0.3-300 kiloton yield range, the nuclear blast will simply blow out a huge crater of radioactive material, creating a lethal gamma-radiation field over a large area to cause significant damage. FAS
Mini-nukes help the US to avoid sending troops into the battle field, hence avoiding the political pressure back home when the body bags start showing up, little do they care what happens to the innocent lives lost on the other side of the world. The shock and awe will naturally cripple the defending army but it will leave behind a devastated country with millions of people dead and dying, at that point I hope the blaming finger should point to the human rights abuser called the United States of America. It will again prove for the umpteenth time since Hiroshima that no other tyrant or dictator has violated the human rights code as repeatedly than the loudest so-called protector of human rights "The United States of America". (At this moment I choose to leave the issue of Gitmo and Abu Gahrib - they are not prisons but actually Terrorist Information Extraction Center which have been a pain in the ass for the US and Human Rights lobby.)
I would like to know the motives behind the attack on Iran - do the US and its coalition partners honestly feel that an invasion is the best solution to the problems with Iran and after the attack Iran will play dead and cough up all the WMD's? Would this invasion be the final nail in the coffin and satisfy the hunger for world domination? Will the US suddenly stand up and say "That's all Folks - we have cleansed the world of all tyranny, now let's sit back and enjoy the view"?
I really doubt it, it's Iran today, South Korea next, Pakistan soon, and then China. As they say, there is always an excuse to pick a fight, and with an ever booming Chinese invasion of the world economy, it won't be to far away from the cross-hairs of the B-52's.
If I were belonging to any nation being invaded by any God-damn-country, my patriotism will rise to the occasion, be it the honky dorry US dollars or the an attack by India - I will be ready to die for my country and fight the invaders to the nail, this is the same patriotic sentiment the US continues to face in Iraq daily and WILL surely face it in Iran. Wake up, Americans! These are not Al-Qaida men and neither are these trained terrorists, but simply patriotic people ready to fight FOR THEIR COUNTRY.
Bring 'em on, bring the B-52's, bring the Tomahawks, bring all the mini-nukes, lay them out and spread far and wide, do anything you want but I assure you the Iranians are ready; sparkle all the dollars at them, even then I assure you the patriotic spirit will fight you to the last nail. Worry about how to hot tail it out of the country, as a proud patriotic nation will beat you out of their territory, you won't walk back, but they may allow you to crawl back. Best if you stayed out, handle it diplomatically, BUT don't make this world your playground to flex your muscle.