A powerful totalitarian theocracy can bring peace. Of sorts.

Linkage? You want linkage/ Well here you go. Yes, i pretty much agree with Dan, as well.


a1  Obama and Kahameni -building a toaster

Iran, an already powerful theocratic totalitarian state with extensive hegemonic ambitions, is about to become (if it is not already) a nuclear power. So equipped, it can extend its rule over the Middle East and beyond, bringing the “peace” of submission to Islam. Obama may favor this outcome and in any event appears to be at best indifferent.

Iran is ruled by Ayatollah Khamenei, its supreme political and religious power. He has the ultimate authority to approve or reject any P5+1 agreement, should there be one — which seems increasingly likely due to Obama’s ludicrous efforts to concede every possible matter of substance. Obama wants a foreign policy legacy and needs a “deal;” Iran does not need a “deal.” It has already benefited greatly from sanctions relief. Other nations have also benefited economically to the point that even were the U.S. to try to reimpose sanction such trade would continue and expand. Moreover, it is highly likely that Iran has done all of…

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5 Responses to A powerful totalitarian theocracy can bring peace. Of sorts.

  1. Thanks for the re-blog, NEO.

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    • NEO says:

      No problem, Dan. An excellent analysis, I fear.


  2. the unit says:

    Yes, that article sums it up and about sizes it up due to the huge mess going on. The old Alice Cooper song may best describe what I think about it all. “I gotta get out of here.” [Choir] : “What part of dead don’t you get?” Either toaster or EMP, bad.

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    • NEO says:

      Alice Cooper was a wise man, wasn’t he? 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

  3. the unit says:

    I’m reading where words now have new meanings in the new speak. Maybe applies to maxims as well. Instead of two heads are better than one, it’s now no head is better than a disagreeable one. 🙂 Maybe I stayed up too late getting my anti-virus re-installed.


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