Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Iran's Path to Ruin

Robert Haddick explains why Iran is headed toward a path of economic ruin and chaos.
The Iranian people will regret their country's nuclear program.

Instead of bringing them security or status, Iran's nuclear program will only bring Iran economic ruin, internal chaos, and possibly death on a massive scale.

Iran's nuclear program is stimulating a response from actors that have the ability to inflict great harm on Iran. Some of these actors will not be nation-states, but rather will be self-organizing non-state terror groups, operating on their own. There will be several paths of misery for Iran. The only question is from which path this misery will arrive.
Read it all. Haddick also blogs at Westhawk.

Meanwhile, the BBC continues to stir the pot by once again revealing our secret plans to take out the Iranian nuke sites, while the Financial Times says Iran is almost ready to enrich uranium.

And not one to be outdone by his former insane bloggers, the Silky Pony reveals that Israel is the biggest threat, not Iran.
There are other emerging fissures, as well. The aggressively photogenic John Edwards was cruising along, detailing his litany of liberal causes last week until, during question time, he invoked the "I" word -- Israel. Perhaps the greatest short-term threat to world peace, Edwards remarked, was the possibility that Israel would bomb Iran's nuclear facilities. As a chill descended on the gathering, the Edwards event was brought to a polite close.
A real heavyweight, that Breck Girl.

UPDATE: The Washington Times has a report saying Iran has serious cash woes hampering their nuke efforts.

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