This is an objective matter not to be analyzed by neighborhood politics.
Iran's new leader knows we have a weak President and now they can advance
their nuclear and jihad agendas without interference from America. Just ask
MountanmanReal smart comment other than the fact you are totally
There will always be friendlier factions and not-so-friendly factions in Iran.
The key now and in the future is for those factions to both be able to exist and
be heard. In the recent past the friendlier factions were suppressed by the
Ayatollah and Ahmadinejad. There was a chill over these friendlier factions
after the government crackdown during the previous election. Now they may feel
it's safe to come out of hiding again.IF they can both exist
and Iran doesn't get caught up in the growing Caliphate in Islamic
nations... it's a good thing for the world.
I suspect we do not know as much as we would like. It would be impossible to
find all the poison shells in Syria they are too easy to hide. Perhaps Russia
is not so enthusiastic to have a lot of nuclear weapons to their south and
unless they forgot their brains the Muslims do not seem to like Russia. Western
Europe is their customer, not their enemy. Russias tanks are probably rusting
away and they are no longer a super power. I would think they would be worried
about China. So Iran's leaders need Russian support and will cooperate
In ones opinion - NO
@ louie. You can believe anything you want but Iran does not respect Obama one
We're the ones that have blockaded them. mabey it's our definition of
friend that needs improvement. We're still blockading Cuba for Pete's
sake just out of spite while trading with Russia and China.
Instead of spending billions trying to find out what the Iranians think of the
U.S., the CIA should just ask M-man and they'll get a slam dunk answer.
Probably for free!
Of course only the Mullah's know for sure, but if I were a betting man, my
money would go with Iran only using thi