Tuesday, November 20, 2007

War with Iran grows closer

A short while ago, I wrote this post about Kuwait's preparations for war with Iran. In another post, I discussed a war that is waged on a totally different and clandestine front. Moeover, in today's newspapers, news of a possible strike on Iran is claimed to be 'likely' in the first half of 2008.

All the sabre-rattling isn't going unnoticed, especially among the investors in Kuwait's Stock Exchange, usually a good indicator that things will, or are about to happen, that would hurt their investment portfolios. And since the preservation of money is the prime motive of any investor, it comes as a given that investors would ensure that they are deemed the right information, and since everyone knows that Kuwait is a sieve of information, it's not that hard to talk to the right person who would tell you exactly what to expect and what to do in any eventuality.

We are merely a stone's throw away from Iran's Bushehr and Esfahan Nuclear Plants, and the Iranian Air and Missile Forces that are stationed nearby (still haven't found them yet, but will do). If hit, the nuclear fallout would encompass the globe just as it did with the Chernobly accident. And guess what, Kuwait's just under 100Km's away! A bunch of Patriot Missile batteries wouldn't prevent nuclear fallout from reaching us, just as a fruit fly wouldn't prevent an elephant from walking right into it!

Everyone knows that striking Iran and bringing down it's ruling hierarchy would be in everyone's best interests, especially the U.S. War on Terror. I, for one, would welcome a regime change in Iran, one that would be more favorable to the safety of Kuwait, as well as others in the region. It is wise to prepare for contingencies like underground bunkers with life support supplies and some sort of radiation insulation, as mimimum. We don't see that or a hint of it in the newspapers, do we? No, we see under-worked and under-qualified government employees going on strike for more pay, forcing the Emir to intervene and micromanage the country himself!

But apparently, everyone in the world is preparing for a Nuclear war, except us! Take the Doomesday Project, take the UK's latest tool in it's arsenal, the planning and strategic thinking that's going on Below-The-Line, all point to an eventual showdown with Iran and the U.S, and we are smack in the middle without as much as a gas mask!

Only time will tell....

2 comments:

'Grey' said...

I tried to throw a stone to Iran from Marina Crescent ... i think i hit a fish ...
Anyhoo ! i stopped reading newspapers ! i got too tired of reading preparation for war and stuff ! ... ... personally i dont think war is near ! if it is , then God help us this time !

Anonymous said...

My name is Andrew Ian Murphy and I have seen the future...and it gets a lot better after WWIII is over. In the meantime, I can tell you all this much, on February 5th, the Priminister of India will be on TV talking about Indian retaliation for what surely must be a nuclear attack on India.

The is only like 75 days away...

So I figure it will all go down like this...the US will bomb Iran, and the new government of Pakistan, which we will all be seeing very shortly, will sid ewith Iran and for there own GP they will attack India...

From there things will only get really ugly...

The whole oil thing will be like long over...there will be no oil flowing out of the Middle east at all until after the war. But anyway, the US will lose it's entire army in Iraq and the Russians and the Chinese will get involved right away, and the whole world will explode into a massive nuclear exchange...

However, only about half of us all will die, as it turns out, the defense systems of the modern world are considered to be excellent, and they will save a lot of cities around the world from the boms that will be falling on them. We will only lose about a third of the people to war, the rest will die from starvation.

See you all on the other side...