Tuesday, December 27, 2011

NATO is preparing actively a close of the Strait of Hormuz

Oil Sands@peterpeng210.blogspot.com

Almost the entire world believes that NATO and Israel will launch a war to Iran, as long as this Persian country does not abandon its suspected nuclear weapons program. The only question is when this will happen.

Most analysts think Iran is slipping involuntarily towards an abyss. Dec. 24, Iran’s navy started a 10-day exercise east of the Strait of Hormuz that involved the use of submarines, ground-to-sea missile systems, naval mines and torpedoes. Dec. 27, Iran’s Vice President Mohammad Reza Rahimi said through IRNA that Iran will block oil shipments through the Strait of Hormuz if sanctions are imposed on its crude exports.

Over Iran’s naval drill in the Strait of Hormuz since Dec. 24, NATO seemed not to concern much. Analysts believe that is because NATO has known deeply about Iran’s forces and has also had powerful-enough strengths and a mature combat-plan to deal with Iran’s block on the Strait of Hormuz once it has decided to strike Iran.

Some Analysts even believe it is not a simple event that Canada pulled out of Kyoto Protocol in mid of December 2011, because it can also been read as a sign that NATO is preparing actively a temporary close of the Strait of Hormuz. The Alberta of Canada is a province full of tar sands. This makes Canada a country with the third-largest proven crude oil reserve in the world, only next to Saudi Arabia and Venezuela.