Crossfire War - TEHERAN WATCH:
Eurasian Theatre; Teheran/Berlin - Genshagen - German Foreign Minister
Warns Iran - 2 Day Special Meeting Planning a Response
Watch: BERLIN - GENSHAGEN - Attending a two day meeting in Genshagen,
south of Berlin, the German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier
stated that Iran had “crossed a line” when it removed seals at its
Natantz nuclear production plant 155 miles south of Teheran.
This should not be any shock. This site has stated constantly that
the foreign policy of the Council of Guardians revolves around crises
creation. The dialogue of events that Teheran assumes they and other
Islamic capitals will be able to control in their attempt to replace the
West as the world’s most significant power bloc, a continuation of one
of the world’s oldest historical rivalries even before the Middle East
became Islamic. That is why the West was always Iran and the Jihad’s
Discussions and statements Teheran’s government makes, threatening
Israel and Zionism, are just a highly publicized and staged diversion.
Teheran is aware there is not much of a market for salt in the Dead Sea
but there is for the oil in the Caspian and that those who are called to
attempt to destroy Israel will be given their chance to experience the
glories of celebrated martyrdom.
But Teheran knows that a lot of the West likes to hear it
discussing-threatening Israel, exploiting the undercurrent of
anti-Semitism still prominent within the psychology of the West’s
higher circles and especially since it was the West who set the stage
for this war by having the Ayatollah Khomeini in a Paris suburb,
providing him with all the communication assistance he needed in order
to overthrow the Shah in February 1979, not realizing Khomeini’s
influence would extend into the Arab world. The Paris Club, of which
Berlin is the most important member, only wanted war in Central Asia, to
justify Moscow’s next invasion move south toward Iran - Turkey.
But in the meantime Teheran is preparing to silence Vienna, the
headquarters of the UN atomic monitoring agency, the IAEA (International
Atomic Energy Agency). Teheran never welcomed the investigation and are
only pretending to cooperate. I suspect the Natanz facility is not
really important but just used to show a semblance of cooperation and a
deceptive negotiation tactic.
The more important facilities probably mirror the ones constructed
for Saudi Arabia during the 1980’s by the engineering firm headquarted
in San Francisco. They called this site in early September 2005 to deny
they had built facilities for Iran. As mentioned by this site repeatedly
CNN showed their London branch office invited to Iran the day after the
Gulf War ended 15 years ago. For the sake of massive short-term profit
Dr. Henry Kissinger’s warning was ignored when he said on the air
during the program This Week, as the Gulf War was ending, that he was
worried about a deal that could cause a worse war a few years later.
Their corporate devotion to Iran and the Jihad’s war effort, or any
other industrial service that has helped Iran, like the two European oil
firms, Total and ENI who several years ago boasted about a huge oil deal
with Iran, has placed them at extreme risk. Teheran does not want the
industrial services in the West or Russia to support the Allied war
Iran’s intelligence services may have been behind the killing of
the European banker Edouard Stern, who the New York Times reported early
last March, was found dead in his Geneva apartment that was located
above a police station. The article mentioned that Stern headed the
British engineering firm Delta. I suspect Delta took advantage of
Britain having no economic embargo against Iran and that the Council of
Guardians had no further use for him. The riots that hit Paris and
France late last year is just a small indication. Also the attack,
so-called accident, at Britain’s Bruncefield oil depot.
In the midst of all these schemes and intriques the West may have
tried to have faith in the EU-3 negotiations with Iran in pursuit of
trying to find some arrangement that would prevent Iran from continuing
what is now a 20-year old nuclear program that has employed the Russian
scientists that headed south with the end of the Cold War, along with
technicians from China, specialists on weapons of mass destruction.
Berlin may have kept the best count of how many, everyone knows the
Jiahd pays well. Perhaps the EU really tried to believe that Iran did
not yet have the bomb even though their negotiations did not begin until
a few years ago. Of course Teheran already had the bomb and have simply
been working feverishly on their delivery - missile systems.
There’s nothing like blind faith to misguide you. This is not any
long-term threat anymore. It was long term in 1979. Berlin was about the
only capital in the West that kept serious track of Iran’s foreign
policy ever since the 1979 revolution, which caused them to withdraw
from building Iran’s nuclear facility at Bushehr.