The warmdrums that are beating to whip the American public into a bloodlust frenzy to go after the crazy mullahs of Iran are gaining momentum. A lot of critics compare the current status of affairs with the months before the invasion of Iraq - all this talk about WMD that were never found, but then shipped to Syria of course, because that would make sense. No need to search for them there, though. The goal of the operation was changing by the day, flip-flopping all over the place, from protecting the world from an imminent attack with WMDs delivered by terrorists, provided by Saddam and his yellow cake from Niger - which turned out to be forged documents - all the way up to the humanitarian mission, the bringing of democracy and peace at gunpoint, to the final smoking gun: Saddam is evil. Oh, yes, one would almost forget, standing in the forest of lies. Then there was the crawling gimp Colon Powell at the UN holding up a vial of powdered sugar while he presents his poorly executed powerpoint complete with photoshopped pictures of badly drawn lego trucks....it was a sight to behold. It was a sight the world will not forget any time soon. As for most long time allies of the United States, that was about the last straw in diplomatic terms. Enough incompetence already. But for the Bush administration, the arrogance had merely swelled after Powell's priceless performance. Blinded by their own arrogance, soon "mission accomplished" was declared. The prelude had ended, the war would commence. So now, a few quagmires later, Afghanistan - a continuing hell hole, nothing much changed there, other than the poppy trade which is in full gear - and Iraq - a country full of sandniggers that don't know when they've been liberated even if you shoot them in the face with the glock of democracy - we're at the brink of another war of agression. Target: IRAN. The rest of the world seems to have anticipated such a bold move by the Bush administration for a while. Instead of Iraq - which had no notable allies to speak of since no country would openly state they supported Saddam - Iran is doing quite well: the Chinese have closed the deal of the century as it is referred to in Asian newspapers, and will invest 200 billion dollars in Iran's infrastructure, and in return Iran will provide them with cheap fuel for the next two decades or so. As a catch, under the Chinese constitution, any move that deprives them of their recources (read: Iranian oil) is considered an act of war. The Russians under semi-dictator Putin have also drawn the lines in the sand. The tragedy in Beslan, where schoolchildren were being held hostage by Chechen rebels, were mostly killed in the process of slaughtering the terrorists. Because Russia does not negotiate with terrorists, either. Russia and China have grown comfortably close as of late, and they seem to be setting up for a big hug with the South American continent. That is where currently democratic revolutions are taking place, and socialist leaders are being elected - already in Venezuela and Bolivia, more to follow soon. All in all, enough interests are at stake for Russia and China to seriously consider a counter move - they have been practicing joint venture military operations about a year ago. Russian nuclear subs, their newest MiGs, Chinese groundpersonnel and whatnot, have been practicing an invasion by beaching a target area. They're ready at least. So what about the nukes of Iran? Is it just as much bullshit as the forest of lies that was spun around the invasion of Iraq? America may just as well invade Syria, if that is where the Iranian nukes will be. No, not this time. This time, it's for real. And Iran would be very wise to start producing them, because that would deter the Bush administration's agressive policies a lot more than diplomacy or harsh talk. Iran is known to posess a critical document, which holds all the data needed to build a nuclear warhead, complete with diagrams and instructions for every step of the way. But how did they get this document? Well, from the Americans of course. They supplied Iran with the document - albeit a faked one, because they had changed some numbers, so it wouldn't work. But an American handing the document to an Iranian official would rouse supsicions. Thus America hired a Russian spy to carry out the job. The Russian spy in question was an ex nuclear scientist, and as he flipped through the document, he spotted the errors. Upon delivery, he pointed these out to the Iranians, as a gesture of goodwill. It sounds like a hollywood scenario, yet it is global politics. So yes, Iran has the means to build a nuke, it was provided to them in your name, the American people.