Wednesday, May 26, 2010

U.S. is waiting on Iran goes into its net


U.S. has planned a war to radically solve Iranian nuclear issue. It can be seen on following signs:

First, since the Greece economic crisis broke out, the exchange rate of Chinese currency RMB to Euro dollars has been passively raised 15% percent. It has seriously affected China’s export to Europe. U.S. could press China into the hot water deeper by forcing China to revaluate its currency to U.S. dollars at this moment, but U.S. did not do so. Instead, on the U.S.-China dialogue that lasted for two days from May 24 to 25, U.S. and China signed many documents for co-operation in some fields. One of the reasons is that U.S. needs China to support the fourth round UN sanctions on Iranian nuclear issue.

Second, DEBKAfile's military sources reported the Obama administration has decided to boost U.S. military strength in the Mediterranean and Persian Gulf region in a short term. This decision will bring an extra air and naval strike forces and 6,000 Marine and sea combatants there. By late July and early August of 2010, the Pentagon plans to have at least 4 or 5 U.S. aircraft carriers near Iranian shores.

Third, according to New York Times, to seek Russian support on UN sanctions to Iran, the Obama administration will not prohibit Moscow from completing the sale of S-300 anti-aircraft missiles to Tehran, a contract that Russia has suspended but not canceled. U.S. may want this sale to induce Iran further to boost its nuclear ambition and keep offending against UN sanctions, so as for U.S. to find an excuse to strike Iran with military forces.

A net has been opened. U.S. is waiting on Iran goes into it.

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