ArtsAutosBooksBusinessEducationEntertainmentFamilyFashionFoodGamesGenderHealthHolidaysHomeHubPagesPersonal FinancePetsPoliticsReligionSportsTechnologyTravel
  • »
  • Politics and Social Issues»
  • Middle East Political & Social Issues

Peace is not an Option

Updated on April 5, 2015

We of the NWO, Never-ending War Opportunities, must come together during this time of crisis to prevent peace from breaking out between Iran and the United States. So far, we have been incredibly successful at promoting war all over the world, especially in the Middle East. We only need the flimsiest of excuses and fabricated news accounts made up of suspect information to get a war started.

And now Iran has come to the table for a nuclear settlement. It’s time to write some stories about them like we did about the Spanish, the Germans, the Vietnamese, the Japanese and the Iraqis in the past. Perhaps they eat babies or are using human shields to protect their centrifuges. The tried and true, “they are jealous of our way of life” will probably work again.

Clearly, the Obama administration has turned their back on Israel by pushing for peace. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu is “vehemently” against such a deal that might reduce tensions, “The outline agreement aimed at curbing Iran's nuclear drive was clinched on Thursday after marathon talks in Switzerland, and marks a major breakthrough in a 12-year standoff between Iran and western countries…” However, Israeli dissent should be enough to scrap the deal. In the past, Netanyahu insulting the President would have been enough to get Obama to heal, but Obama is emboldened by the dangerous, dagger brandishing, extremely radical leftists in his party like Warren and Pelosi who wield power like an ICBM.

Obama has lost his bargaining position with Israel by not being fear-mongering enough. Netanyahu has no qualms about bringing home the fear. To prove he’s the most fear-mongering, “Netanyahu said that a final deal based on this agreement "would threaten the survival of Israel", while the prime minister's spokesperson Mark Regev quoted the premier as saying that the emerging deal "would not block Iran's path to the bomb. It would pave it".” (ibid) NWO believes that we only need one nuclear power in the Middle East, and that is Israel.

Last month, the Israeli leader proved that fear-mongering works by scaring voters into reelecting him as Prime Minister. He’s on a roll. I can’t wait until he expands his world tour of terror beyond the U.S. and Israel to make the world a more fearful and reactionary place. He can call the tour, “Netanyahu presents, ‘Welcome to my Nightmare.’” I would love to introduce him when he speaks in Kiev.

We also need to help Israel kill more Iranian scientists like they have in the past, “At least five Iranian scientists were murdered, most of them by bombs planted on their cars as they drove to work in the morning. Remarkably, the Israeli assassins were never caught - obviously having long-established safe houses inside Iran - although several Iranians who may have helped the Mossad were arrested and executed.” However, Iran has no reason to be mad at Israel; everyone hates scientists.

Former Senator and Presidential candidate Rick Santorum celebrates these murders, “"On occasion, scientists working on the nuclear programme in Iran turn up dead…I think that's a wonderful thing, candidly."” Now that’s presidential, not this peace promoting thing Obama is doing. Thank God, Republicans have put U.S. hegemony over peace in region. What good is peace if the U.S. can’t force people in the region to suffer for the profits of American corporations?

In most cases since WWII when our hegemony was threatened by independence movements or non-allied nations, we forcefully moved in to quell peace. The list is long, but the most successful cases have been North Korea, Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq. (ibid)

For his part, John Boehner might stop making nice with the President over this. He said, “He’s concerned about the U.S.-led talks with Iran and has been most surprised by 'the boldness of the Iranians' in exerting their influence throughout the region. The 'trouble they’re causing…' Iran is causing trouble in the region like the West never has.

John Bolton, former Ambassador to the United Nations, has the answer for us. He states that, “President Obama’s approach on Iran has brought a bad situation to the brink of catastrophe.” He knows in what remains of his heart that a military strike is required, “The inconvenient truth is that only military action like Israel’s 1981 attack on Saddam Hussein’s Osirak reactor in Iraq or its 2007 destruction of a Syrian reactor, designed and built by North Korea, can accomplish what is required. Time is terribly short, but a strike can still succeed.” Bolton is right to promote bombing Iran; trying to stop them from getting a nukes through diplomacy is stupid when we could just bomb them back to pre-WWII times when the Middle East was under the benevolent weight of European powers. Bonus: think of all the Muslims we would kill with air strikes and how they would love us for it. Clearly, war is the only answer. History shows war has worked for us so far in the Middle East.

And Joshua Muravchik, fellow at the Foreign Policy Institute of Johns Hopkins University’s School of Advanced International Studies tells us, “The Iranian regime that Netanyahu described so vividly — violent, rapacious, devious and redolent with hatred for Israel and the United States — is bound to continue its quest for nuclear weapons by refusing any “good deal” or by cheating.” We must do everything we can to prevent peace, trust and cooperation from spreading.

While some might call Iranians human, they don’t reason like Westerners. They are ideologues, unlike us. Iran, “In this sense, it is akin to communist, fascist and Nazi regimes that set out to transform the world. Iran aims to carry its Islamic revolution across the Middle East and beyond. A nuclear arsenal, even if it is only brandished, would vastly enhance Iran’s power to achieve that goal.” (ibid) And if we have to kill hundreds of thousands of Iranians to prove a point, we should. Hell, we’ve hit Iraq, Afghanistan, even Libya while Israel has killed Palestinians for us. It’s Iran’s turn.

And after we have treated Iran and other Middle Eastern nations with such fairness, reaching out a loving hand, they hate us.

Iran building one rocket capable of reaching the U.S. is only 20-40 years away! That one rocket would overwhelm our 4,000 missiles. We wouldn’t have a chance, and we know they are totally willing to allow their 80 million people to get annihilated by us for that one chance to get us with a rocket. You see, they are ideologues who don't think like us, as we keep telling you.

Even if the International Atomic Energy Administration and Israeli and U.S. intelligence agencies admit that Iran has no nuclear weapons program, it doesn’t mean we shouldn’t continue to sanction them and plan on bombing them. Killing some of their citizen’s will certainly get them to like us more and stop with all this nuclear research nonsense.

Dictators who once deserved our love.
Dictators who once deserved our love.

I can’t understand why Iran would have anything against us at all since in 1953 we protected them against the difficulty of having a democratically elected government under Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddeq. Anyone who understands Iran knows that they can’t handle democracy. So we overthrew Mosaddeq and reinstated the Shah of Iran. He was our ally until their Iranian Revolution removed him in 1979.

The problem with Mossadeq was not that he was anti-west or undemocratic. In one sense he was too democratic; he planned to nationalize their Iranian oil. The Western oil interests, and thus Western nations, had to remove him. After Mosaddeq was removed, “The Shah quickly returned to take power and, as thanks for the American help, signed over 40 percent of Iran’s oil fields to U.S. companies.”

And the Shah of Iran’s second administration (1953-79) only tortured those that questioned his rule. It was a benevolent and loving kind of torture of the type we have done in Gitmo, Bagram and elsewhere. The torture was for the Iranians’ own good. And just because the Shah had the opposition tortured doesn’t give them the excuse to overthrow his rule anymore than sanctions and actions against Iran today gives them the right to study nuclear power. We must bomb them, because violence works. Violence is the only reason things have been going so well in the Middle East since the end of WWII.

Mossadeq: The scary choice of the people.
Mossadeq: The scary choice of the people.
The Shah: Our humble benevolent dictator.
The Shah: Our humble benevolent dictator.

Neocons don't care about how many people they order killed, the cost to our economy, and the number of Americans and Iranians whose lives will be ruined by war and bombing. There is profit to be made, at any cost.


Peace,
Tex Shelters

Comments

    0 of 8192 characters used
    Post Comment

    • texshelters profile image
      Author

      texshelters 2 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      Yep. But an agreement on reducing the nuclear risk? AHHHHhhhhh! PTxS

    • Dr Billy Kidd profile image

      Dr Billy Kidd 2 years ago from Sydney, Australia

      And the U.S. Air Force, as a proxy for Israel, could bomb the Iranian Parliament. That would kill that one Jewish turncoat who serves on it.

      And the U.S. could bomb the 50 Jewish Synagogues in Iran and kill the 30,000 Jews who have the gall to pray to Jehovah and honor Abraham while on Iranian soil. They should be eliminated, anyway you look at it, because they live in peace side-by-side with Muslims and Zoroastrians, as well as Iranian Christians.

      God bless the U.S. new 30,000 pound bunker buster bomb. It even kills cockroaches!