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Crossfire War – Iran Prevents 38 IAEA Inspectors From Entering

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Crossfire War – TEHRAN WATCH – Eurasia Theatre: Tehran – Pyongyang – Beijing/Vienna – Brussels – Moscow – Tokyo; Iran Prevents 38 Iaea Inspectors From Entering Iran – Planned Response – Confrontation

Night Watch: TEHRAN – When the United Nations Security Council passed a unanimous resolution one month ago, which imposed sanctions on Iran due to its nuclear weapons program, Tehran’s immediate response was to activate 3,000 centrifuges in Natanz. They had probably been active for some time, but it was Tehran’s way of saying further responses were coming. At the time of the resolution Iran’s lead negotiator, Ali Larijani, stated, Iran would review its cooperation with the UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), based in Vienna. [RIA]

Tehran’s next response has just taken place. RIA has reported Tehran has prevented 38 IAEA inspectors from entering Iran to investigate its nuclear installations, most of which have never received any inspection. Tehran’s cooperation was nothing more than extremely sophisticated deception, knowing all the time that they were planning and preparing (f)allout war and when Iran was ready it would begin, World War III would simply become more obvious. Tehran’s foreign policy was never defensive and its military priorities are economic, which always ruled out Israel as being the primary target, though Israel has been the main target of discussion, a discussion Tehran created as a propagandist publicity smokescreen to deceive the West-India-Russia.

In announcing Tehran’s latest response a senior Iranian Parliamentary official stated, “Our refusing entry to 38 inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency is the first practical step to restrict cooperation with the agency in response to Resolution 1737, adopted by the UN Security Council.”

I suspect Tehran’s next response could be a military attack. Tomorrow, Iran should complete its latest in a series of missile tests. In the meantime, a second U.S. aircraft carrier has just arrived in the Persian Gulf. As crossfirewar.com has stated repeatedly, Tehran’s government thrives on crisis, which they always use as a strengthening, unifying influence, ever since the Iran/Iraq war 1980-88, begun when Washington had Saddam Hussein invaded Iran in a desperate attempt to pressure Iran during the diplomatic hostage crisis with the occupation of the American Embassy. The same crises that have united Iran that are being created by Tehran to unite and radicalize the Islamic world. The war against Israel last summer was a small example.

Iraq’s invasion, in September 1980, was actually called “a gift from Allah”, by Iran’s leader the Ayatollah Rhuollah Khomeini; because he knew that, the political coalition, which overthrew the Shah, had begun to fall apart due to infighting and would have collapsed until Iraq’s invasion reunited the country, especially in restoring the military’s loyalty to the new government. The war coupled Iranian nationalism with Islamic radicalism, whose next victim, after the Shah, was Egypt President Anwar Sadat. He was assassinated in 1981 because he had begun to work with the West. Rafik al-Hariri was assassinated in Beirut by Tehran for the same reason in February 2005. It was also during the eight-year war that Tehran exported the Islamic revolutionary, radical beliefs of Khomeini, which struck an extremely responsive chord with Islamic masses from North Africa to Indonesia. It alerted Islamic governments that it was time to prepare for another Jihad against the world around them and remove the non-Islamic world’s ability to manipulate them.

Tehran will definitely refer to the Allied presence in the Persian Gulf and the (f)allout war that will erupt this year as a “second gift”.

Concerning its final solution to the Vienna-IAEA problem, Tehran established diplomatic relations with every capital in the former Yugoslavia in 1992. This was the same year Islamic Mujahideen fighters arrived in Bosnia-Herzegovina, despite NATO’s embargo against Sarajevo, where Iran now has had an extremely well informed, well-connected Embassy for more than 10 years. In preparations for the resumption of fighting in the Balkans, Tehran signed a security agreement with Belgrade a year ago this month. The war in that theater will provide Tehran with its reason to annihilate Vienna.


Willard Payne is an international affairs analyst who specializes in International Relations. A graduate of Western Illinois University with a concentration in East-West Trade and East-West Industrial Cooperation, he has been providing incisive analysis to NewsBlaze. He is the author of Imagery: The Day Before.

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