Saturday, October 15, 2005

Rogue Spears

Now people better take head to this blog. It came to my attention some years ago that Iran, and thus 'Hizb Allah' more widely probably had what one might describe as 'Rogue Spears'. This came to my attention while watching the Hizb Allah TV station 'Al Manar' which used the theme music from the Tom Clancy game 'Rogue Spear'. Now if the Iranians have 'Rogue Spears' as I suspect they may, or maybe even battlefield atomics developed in underground facilities out of view of satellites, it would be a serious miscalculation to 'invade' Iran. Let's face it if they have small battlefield atomics, they could have easily breached what we may call 'fourth protocol'. Now if people with a neo-imperial agenda invade Iran and get vapourised within their borders, that will not constitute a breach of any law, rather the right of a nation to defend themselves. Myself, I wouldn't send troops under my command into potential vapourisation. If America chooses the path of a pariah out of control state, and they get their men vapourised, they will have no-one to blame but themselves, and will have no recourse to use their ICBMs. I'm sure that the Secret Service will restrain Bush if he tries to tell them that God is telling him to nuke Iran. The UK might be reminded that an English Duke walked safely around Iran a couple of years ago in safety, to use 2005 London colloquial 'Dya get me?'

As a post script it is only fair to point out that the Islamic Republic of Iran did not sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty in 1968, as the Treaty, and Iran's signing, predates the Islamic Revolution. Britain recognises the democratic concept of one parliament/regime being unable to bind subsequent parliaments/regimes.

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