Who Is Next?

November 17th, 2010
Who Is Next?

After comfortably settling in the Middle East, using the vast fuel services of Saudi and Iraq, the US becomes the country with quite favourable positions in Asia and especially in the Gulf. Investing in Bahrain and Dubai contributes and what we see is a game of spreading, imperialism politics and a good position for the US.
However, Iran is the country that seems to give no dime about that. Iranians comfortably work on their gas industry and recently materialised their nuclear plan - Iran is now proudly pronounced a user of nuclear power for civil services. Developing the project for 50 years, the Iranians are finally done with arguing with the West, negotiating with the East and being criticised by the North. Russia took responsibility for the maintainance of the facility and its safety so Iran are the winners in this Middle East struggle for domination.
And the big player seems to be quite unhappy - the US is hurt, disrespected and vulnerable because what happened is completely the opposite of what the Yankees wanted - they were a hundred percent against the development of the Iranian nuclear programme claiming it to be serious for the world security and fearing that it might be used for military purposes. However, Iran declined such accusations but nonetheless, the US believes no-one but itself.
Should the US take the Iraqi approach or the Afghani offensive, the world might once again become a worse place to be. Troops and military personnel would once again enter into the world of war defending the interests of oil and gas industry, the petrol politics would once again overcome the interest of mankind and all this because someone claims facts that are proved by no official organisation of country. All because of a struggle for domination!

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