It was like running away from the problem of Islamic supremacism, while it still gets closer and closer. We’re running in circles. And they are mastering nuclear technology. And at some point, when the day comes that they use it, it may be not remedied.
Am I wrong?
The Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu, said of the negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program in Istanbul that it could be only another five weeks before Iran begins to develop nuclear weapons.
After two weeks in Baghdad there will be another round of talks, and probably after this there will be new sanctions, but the process of uranium enrichment will continue.
Also continuing will be the strengthening of Islamic supremacism and its ambitions throughout the world. Leader of the Islamic party in Turkey, “Saadat,” said that Islamic countries should establish a defense power in opposition to NATO.
The leader of the Turkish party “Saadat,” Mustafa Kamalak, made these statements at a press conference in one of the northern cities.
He explained that the actions of Western countries and NATO member countries are directed against Muslims and Islamic countries, and added that NATO forces have to date bombed six Islamic countries: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Iraq, Yemen and Somalia.
This is not an empty statement, if we consider the actions and statements of the leaders of Turkey, Iran and other Islamic states.
Both Iran and Turkey are heavily involved in the expansion of internal and external infrastructures. For example, last year Iran invested nearly 1.9 billion U.S. dollars in its railway infrastructure and the implementation of road projects, resulting in the construction of 2,700 kilometers of roads and railways. Two Iranian companies signed an agreement to develop the Mansouri oil field, located about 60 kilometers north of the Persian Gulf, near the city of Ahwaz.
The contract, worth about $1 billion, was signed in Tehran on Tuesday by the company Matn and Energy Tadbir.
According to Iran’s oil minister, Rostam Ghasemi, at least $30 billion will be invested in the development of the industry this year, and the lion’s share of these funds will be directed to the South Pars gas projects.
And this country is under the influence of financial and economic sanctions. Meanwhile, Iran’s Minister of Agriculture entered into a contract in Georgia.
According to the Iranian minister, the geographical proximity of the two countries and their historical and cultural connections require that these obvious advantages be used for mutual benefit. “Iran is ready to share with Georgia our experience in the manufacture of agricultural machinery and equipment, the development of industries related to agriculture and livestock, as well as to expand cooperation in the field of fisheries, animal husbandry and research.”
The Georgian minister said that Georgia intends to use the experience of Iran in the field of agriculture. He pointed out that Georgia has fertile soil and plentiful water. The Georgian market is quite attractive for producers of agricultural and livestock products, and the government of Georgia will have the widest support for Iranian businessmen.
The Iranian minister arrived in Georgia accompanied by a representative delegation of 35 people in order to expand cooperation in agriculture.
Iran and Turkey are to blame for the Georgian kings’ beginning to look towards Russia in the 18th century.
However, any development of relations with the Iranian government and strengthening of the economy of Iran is a direct or indirect financing of jihad and terrorism. Am I wrong? The sanctions will never work if U.S. allies continue to develop close relations with the terrorist regime of Iran.
As a child, I read a book about hunting. It described a scene of hunting hyenas. When the hyenas attacked antelopes, some of them ran away while others began to run around in circles. These antelopes fell victim to the predators. The predators awaited them, waiting for an opportune moment to attack and kill their prey.
Running in a circle is called the “dance of death.”
Do not you think that that situation is similar to our reality?
Islamic supremacism has rendered us afraid, alone in the dark, face to face with brutal force coming from all sides.
Or maybe it’s just human nature to play with fire, in our case with a nuclear bomb. We have hopes for the presence of common sense where it just is not present.