Saturday, May 31, 2003

Iran Vs. U.S. Situation So let me put my thoughts about Iran-U.S. situation together. Pentagon Crew – Hawks – want to solve everything the hard way, but the foreign minister – Collin Powel – has the job to find political solutions for every problem. They all want to do the best thing for their country, something nice & easy. Their priority is Iraq & Iran’s nuclear program & middle-east peace process. They want Iran not to interfere with what’s going on in Iraq. They want Iran not to interfere with the peace process & they want Hezbollah to be a political party. As we all know Hezbollah is under Iran’s full control. They want to make sure Iran can’t make a nuclear bomb. A way to do all these things is to attack Iran & replace the government with something new and more logic. They can’t do that now. They don’t have enough reasons. But I think they’ll have the reasons in a year or so. They can have good reasons about human rights and Iran’s nuclear program. An important thing is an alternative for the government. Shah’s son is not a perfect leader and Americans know that. They should wait until good alternatives appear, maybe from Iran’s reformists. With all these difficulties Americans look for their targets in another way. They‘re shaking Iran’s hand with one hand & push Iran with the other. They tell us what they want in meetings and they warn us in press conferences. They take what they want step by step here and they continue their programs about changing the government somewhere else. These two ways meet each other. That’s when they want something from Iran, the government can’t say yes (something like dissolving “Sepah Pasdaran”) and they’re ready to attack Iran. By then the U.N.’s report about human rights in Iran is ready. By then the report about Iran’s nuclear programs is ready. By then Iran’s case about an explosion in Argentina is ready. By then document’s about Iran’s interfere in Zahran’s Explosions may be ready. By then an Iraqi government take the power in Iraq Hawks will be ready for the next target. I wonder where are we in this story.

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