Thursday, January 19, 2006

BBC Hardtalk Iran Ambassador Nuclear Energy

BBC Hardtalk had the Iran Ambassador of Nuclear Energy to the UN. I cant remember one single thing that he said that would add value to this post.

Hardtalk interview are one of the hardest interviews to handle and the best strategy I have seen is for the interviewee to waste as much time as possible in answering questions and also misrepresent the questions.

My take on Iran going to the next level.
Why would one of the biggest oil producers need to go for Nuclear energy to save energy costs.

I am guessing that this is a divide and rule tactic for the following reasons
  • Keep Iranian people focused on western countries as an enemy
  • Divide the main global economies before Iran creates its oil Bourse in 2006. It will be easy for China to buy petraeuros instead of petradollars if they are in a political fight with US.
  • Iran to be a leader in the Middle East in terms of Standing up to the US

Remember when listening to all the talking points in this issue is that the two biggest countries to lose in a successful Iran Bourse are England and US

I would bet against US invading Iran unless they are perceived at attacking a US institution. It is very hard to change public perception and in US my understanding of the majority of public perception is not to trust what is coming out of the Government.

I don’t think Israel has the military strength to attack Iran by themselves. Arguments for detterance can be included here.

But in the end I am not really that interested in this issue as it seems like a lot of talking points with no real substance. I would be interested for other people to comment on why my opinion is wrong


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let the fanatics keep doing what they need to .. hmm

9:20 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Washington Post reported [*] that the most recent National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) of Iran’s nuclear program revealed that, “Iran is about a decade away from manufacturing the key ingredient for a nuclear weapon, roughly doubling the previous estimate of five years.”

[*] Dafina Linzer, “Iran Is Judged 10 Years From Nuclear Bomb U.S. Intelligence Review Contrasts With Administration Statements,” Washington Post, August 2, 2005; Page A01

Watch how the Mainstream Media will shape the 'Iran Nuke' (or is that Nuke Iran') story to publicaly sanction whatever military action is in store to prevent the threat to the Oil Dollar hegemony, exactly as was done with Iraq's WMD & the '45 minute' claim (in the UK at least). Iraq (in Sept. 2000) tried to ditch the oil dollar too - see

Further info on the subject of the Iranian Oil Bourse is available at any of the links below:

3:22 am  

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