Monday, October 3, 2016

Will The Next Big International Crisis Will Come From Iran

Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei leads Friday prayers in Tehran.

Alireza Nader, FOX News: Whoever wins the presidency, the next big international crisis will come from Iran

The next U.S. president is likely to be met with multiple international crises after assuming office, and Iran may be one of the most challenging of them.

Despite the heated partisan rhetoric, the signing of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear agreement between Iran and the P5+1 (United States, UK, France, Russia, China, and Germany) has been beneficial for the United States as Iran has shipped out most of its uranium stockpile, reduced the number of its centrifuges, and accepted intrusive international inspections, making it much more difficult for Tehran to develop nuclear weapons. But the JCPOA has not eliminated the fundamental differences between America and the Islamic Republic.

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WNU Editor: I disagree. Afghanistan, India - Pakistan, North Korea, China's boundary disputes with its neighbours, Ukraine, the many wars in the Middle East .... the next big international crisis will come from come of these flash points ... not Iran.


Aizino Smith said...

Iranian women banned from riding bicycles is the next Iranian crisis.

Take Human resources (the mind)

Be a dumb shit: exclude women - do not pass go; just waste all that potential.

Discriminate against other groups. Rinse repeat.

Iran will be lucky, if it is batting 200.

Aizino Smith said...

China's boundary disputes are easy to solve.

Jac said...

I agree with you and that's hard to know which one will be the first and if they could come almost at the same time.

Anonymous said...

Rise of the Zoroastrians...

Si-vis-pasen- said...

If Hillary Clinton becomes the next US president you all are going to need to prepare for impact.

Jay Farquharson said...

Not really.

Unless the trends hold and the Democrats take the Senate, (56% chance today),

Hillary won't have a Cabinet, Supreme Court or Appointee's as the Senate will continue to refuse to hold inteviews or hearings, let alone a vote.

Year 1 of Hillary's Administration will be spent getting temporary funding for the Government and the Military, 3 months at a time, 3 days before Government shut down, while the House and Senate work at tryinng yo impeach her over her E-mails.

Meanwhile, the US Military will keep struggling with the Losing War's they already own.

Year Two, attempts to impeach Hillary over The Clinton Foundation.

Africom might blow up Africa, but that's about it.

Year Three, Vince Foster Murders,

Year Four, Whitewater.

Si-vis-pasen- said...

I agree with your assessment the only problem is that is proven that she is above the law.
She doesn't have to play by the rules.

Jay Farquharson said...

Presidential powers are limited by the Constitution, the House, the Senate and the Supreme Court.

Aizino Smith said...

Supreme Court Justice Buzzy and Kegger, vote liberal by party line

The other 2 liberals (The Wise latina and the other) do too.

Kennedy is a GD weather vane.

All it would take is one more libtard on Scotus.

Boehner and Mitch (spelled with a B) McConnell did nothing except eke out a weak sequester that benefited Obama.

The #2 Cantor was an ass. He let us know when he was at the conference off the coast of Georgia.

So what is this babbling about the congress and SCOTUS.

Tools are only as good as the hand that wields them.

They did not call him crying baby Boehner for nothing. I actually defended him when he did tear up. I said it was good. Democrats have spent decades saying that Republicans are heartless.

Speaker of the House Pelosi was born a princess into the family of a powerful Maryland Democrat politician. She married a millionaire.

Speaker of the House Boehner was born into a lower middle class or middle class family.

Jay Farquharson said...

The Republican's have had the House with a clear majority since 2010, and the Senate since 2014.

Maybe you need "better" Republicans.