Saturday, June 23, 2007

Making Sense of the Iranian Juggernaut

After reading The UN Exposed by Eric Shawn, I now understand how Iran can be so brazen in its efforts to further its interests by destabilizing the world.

Iraq thumbed its nose at the United States and the United Nations for a lot of years. Why? Because France, Russia, and China thumbed their noses at regulations detailed in UN Resolution 661 regarding the UN Oil for Food program, while they hopped right into bed with Saddam Hussein.

Did you ever get an idea that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said neener neener to the world just because he felt like it? Well, not really. It's because he and his mullahs understand the pattern of getting away with it. He watched Iraq do it for several years. Right now (and for the last several years--have China and Russia/Soviet Union really ever been US allies?) it's pretty hard to call the 3 stooges of the UN Security Council (Russia, France, and China) allies. With allies like these...

The Iranians support all sorts of terrorism:

  • Hamas
  • Hizballah
  • al Qaeda
  • Taliban
  • Iraqi Shiites
  • Iraqi Sunnis
  • Kuridstan Workers Party

Why? Because they know they can with impunity. They watched Saddam break all kinds of international rules, including supporting terrorism--very successfully with the help of the United Nations. Until the British and the Americans said 'Enough'.

It's simple economics for the 3 Stooges. If they can make money while destroying the American hegemon, they don't care about the long-term consequences.


Mark said...

Dead on post. Thank you for your service friend to the American and Iraqi people.

If you ever need to remember about the monster that used to be running/plotting from Iraq you might be interested in my site,

thanks for all you do,

Frank Staheli said...

Thank you. Your site is very insightful and educational as well. I've added it to my blogroll.

rmwarnick said...

Iran is not Iraq. Many Americans fail to understand that the Iranians are still trying to get back at the Americans and the British for taking away their democracy in 1953. Our government was trying to help the oil companies cheat the Iranians, and they succeeded in the short term. But we are paying the price now.