Recently in world politics the topic of the “peaceful” Iranian nuclear program is very relevant. Leaders of many countries are discussing how to get Ahmadinejad to stop enriching uranium.
One gets the impression that everyone understands that enriched uranium in the hands of terrorists poses a threat to all humanity. But nothing is done to prevent this. Real steps are being taken only by Iran. With each passing day the Iranian terrorist regime is getting closer to the cherished dream of the Ayatollah Khomeini: to build a nuclear warhead.
The facts that the U.S. is going to equip some Islamic states in the Persian Gulf against Iranian aggression, and that France is in favor of tightening sanctions against the country, is not the solution. Because neither the blockade nor a well-armed Muslim Persian Gulf will prevent the Iranian regime from continuing to build a nuclear bomb.
To confirm my words, I will give the words of the ruler of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai: he said recently that in a military conflict between the United States and Pakistan, the Afghans will support Pakistan. He said this despite the fact that billions of U.S. taxpayer dollars are being spent to maintain the power of Karzai and the imaginary stability in Pakistan. Not to mention the fact that Osama Bin Laden was enjoying a fine standard of living in a villa in Pakistan along with his wives.
Another confirmation of the incorrectness of playing political games with Iran comes from the new “friend” of Ahmadinejad, Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. In an interview with CNN, he said: Turkey will not consider it right to apply sanctions to countries based on assumptions, as does the international community against Iran (source: the agency Anadolu).
“Why do countries that prohibit the implementation of Iran’s nuclear program do not prohibit Israel from having nuclear weapons? They are motivated by the fact that Israel is surrounded by hostile states. Yet who in the region except Israel, has nuclear weapons? We do not believe this is true,” said Erdogan.
He also touched on the prime location of the radar system EUROPRO in Turkey, which caused some concern on the part of Iran. “Placing the radar in Turkey is a NATO project. Turkey itself decides on any actions taken within its territory. But I openly declare that we will never allow our territory to be used to commit any attack upon Iran, as long as it poses no threat to Turkey,” said Erdogan.
At the same time, we must not forget the fact that the Turkish Energy Minister, Taner Yildiz, said: “Metsamor in Armenia is very dangerous for the whole region, so this nuclear power plant must immediately cease its activities” (source: newspaper Timeturk).
Turkey, which is openly supporting Iran’s nuclear program, moved to the offensive.
The political flirtation with Islamic countries is fraught with danger. It is even more dangerous to arm these countries, because no one knows against whom they will turn their weapons.
In such a situation we are only left to wonder whether Iran will have time to make a nuclear bomb while state leaders discuss this issue?
And will Turkey take possession of a bomb?
Or is it Ahmadinjed’s delusionary desire, inspired by the teachings of the Qur’an, to destroy “world Zionism” by blowing up a nuclear reactor in Iran, and thereby himself arrange a new “Chernobyl” or “Fukushima” for all mankind?