شناسه خبر : 52559 ‫‫Tuesday‬‬ 19:38 2020/07/28
BY: Martin Love

U.S. aggressions all over the map are dooming the U.S.

Iran’s leaders have long claimed such weapons are anathema and contrary to Islam. One can believe it. But the real problem is not the (non) existence of an Iranian bomb, but rather Iran’s possible capability to advance its expertise where it could build one someday.

NOURNEWS/NORTH CAROLINA - The incessant aggressions by the U.S. related to the alleged and largely false dangers of Iran obtaining a nuclear weapon may be largely hogwash since Iran’s leaders have long claimed such weapons are anathema and contrary to Islam. One can believe it. But the real problem is not the (non) existence of an Iranian bomb, but rather Iran’s possible capability to advance its expertise where it could build one someday. That potential capacity may eventually be simply a mark of Iran’s scientific achievements and its admission, anyway, into an “elite” group of can-do nations with similar capacities. This is hardly any secret.

However, the JCPOA, which the U.S. rejected, did obviate the chance that Iran might build a bomb, and the rejection itself – fully prompted by no other consideration but that the Zionists wanted the JCPOA canned, is probably THE cardinal failure (among many) of the Trump Administration to date, which has slavishly done Netanyahu’s bidding. And the U.S. had the opportunity, at least, to engage in diplomacy with Iran over time (with sufficient inducements) to extend or even marginally modify the JCPOA with the other signatories to the deal.

For the U.S. to recover ANY influence it may have had with the Islamic Republic, it would simply have to re-adopt the deal and as well drop the sanctions. (Who knows, but Biden as POTUS could do this.) Why, the world asks, is that so darn difficult? Again, one must turn back to the chief cause of the failures: the Zionists and those who support them in the U.S. But there is more.

It’s more than likely that Iran’s nuclear expertise was never the absolute primary problem for the U.S. but rather the issue of U.S. dominance over global flows of energy and the maintenance of the so-called “petrodollar”. For example, the Trump gang has virtually freaked out over Nordstream 2, now almost completed after a halt because of further U.S. sanctions, and Russia’s welcome supply of gas to Germany and Europe. But once again, the rejection of the JCPOA, and various U.S. aggressions, including the murder last January of General Soleimani and other mis-steps in the Middle East and beyond, has virtually assured that energy resources will increasingly be supplied and paid for with something other than the dollar wherever the resources may be sold. China’s $400 billion deal with Iran on the table is a case in point, a deal which also furthers China’s Belt and Road initiatives and the expanding economic cohesion and cooperation between eastern and western Asia with some notable carnage (related to the JCPOA rejection) such as India’s loss whatever clout it had with Iran to bypass Pakistan with a rail line and with Iran’s Farzad-B energy field, for examples.

But all this is known. And what is further known now is that the U.S. government under Trump to most of the world looks utterly incompetent both at home (especially in its management of Covid 19 and in managing the reactions to racism and economic breakdown). Less known is how average Americans are coping, and it’s an understatement to say “not well”.

The internal chaos and distress inside the U.S., especially in the big cities like New York and Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles and Houston, is off the charts. Many citizens are fleeing to small towns and rural locations, for one thing.

Call it “karma” or whatever one wants to call it for mucking up so many others countries for decades, including little Bolivia where elections have been held at bay by the current oligarchy there. Billionaire Elon Musk, the founder and top executive at Tesla motors, has to have become this past week THE signature fat cat for the moment expressing much of what has been wrong with the U.S. He came right out and exclaimed in recognition of Bolivia’s vast resources of lithium (used in batteries in all kinds, including car batteries) that the U.S. covets, that the U.S. engineered the coup there and Musk defended it saying: “We (the U.S.) will coup whomever we want! Deal with it!”

And underneath it all is the dawning recognition by Americans that the pain is only set to grow because the government and even Wall Street have dug such a deep hole that there are, it seems, no ready solutions except the wide application of the one thing U.S. leaders have not possessed for over five decades – “wisdom” in spades and the acceptance of the fact that some kind of wide reset is necessary -- one that encompasses the economic system, the monetary system, foreign policies and even U.S. society as a whole. And even should a serious reset occur, which would take some years to evolve, it’s NOT going to happen without much more pain and chaos first that could include some sort of de facto dissolution of the “United States” as it has existed for the past half century.

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