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Protracted Waste of Politcal Fortunes a Legacy of Interference from Globalistic Dreams of World Dominance

Reader comment on item: Expect a New Iran Nuclear Deal
in response to reader comment: Leveraging Against Global Perceptions of an Iranian Islamic Regime Preparing to Advance Its Perceived Cause

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Aug 28, 2022 at 17:52

In a continuing extention of a lapse of foreign intrigues, it is now thought that a Iranian Islamic Regime's desire for nuclear parity is afore ogne conculsion: there will be no deal. No deal, in that the Iranian Islamic Regime never really intended to restrain in any efforts to compile enough fissile material to tip any one of a couple delivery systems the regime is likely already stockpiling for when that magic moment arrives.
The efforts by former politcal operative John Kerry was a smokescreen, a very effective one, in a scheme to distract from the greater obsective, the great realignment of global dominance, potentially masked as the Green New deal; but more than likely, a scheme that realigns towards a power struggle with even higher aspirations of global dominance; but who is the benefactor/beneficiary of that? The threat of nuclear power does not guarantee that: only use of nuclear power can be considered the deciding factor and who is in control of that?


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