Monday, February 01, 2010

Have We Waited Too Long On Iran's Nuke Program ?

'Iran will deliver telling blow to global powers on Feb. 11'

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the nation will deliver a harsh blow to the "global arrogance" on this year's anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.

Ahmadinejad made the statement as the 31st anniversary of the Islamic Revolution approaches.

So what does he mean by this statement? Have we waited too long in regards to taking action on Iran's nuclear program? Are they ready to showcase a nuclear weapon?

Recently Fox News Reported:

Tensions between the U.S. and Iran rose Monday after the Obama Administration quietly increased the capability of land and sea-based missile defenses in several Gulf nations to protect American allies against a potential Iranian strike.

Administration officials said over the weekend that the U.S. was speeding up arms sales to a number of Gulf Arab states and that it had also deployed warships capable of knocking down hostile missiles in flight to the region.

So has Ahmadinejad and the Iranian government finally gone off the deep end and if so do they intend on displaying a nuclear missle to the world?

It would appear by the rapid actions of the US Government to deploy anti missle systems and more anti missle cruisers to the Persian Gulf that we may be gearing up for this very event.

It should be noted that these anti missle system sales are being sold to several of the gulf nations based upon an agreement by then President George W. Bush to develop a deterrent among the region's Sunni nations, including Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, against the predominantly Shia Iran.

February 11 marks the day in 1979 when the Islamic fundamentalist regime of Ayotollah Khomeini violently overthrew the Shah of Iran, a few weeks later the Shah fled to exile in Paris.

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