Thursday, October 15, 2009

Two bumps on the road

China will not support increased sanctions on Iran as a way to curb its nuclear program. Which makes you wonder what the Nobel Peace Winner by cheating are going to sell out this time? He withdraws the defense system in Eastern Europe to oblige the Russians, and very surprisingly, Russia suddenly supports sanctions towards Iran. That leaves China that rather wants to strengthen their relationship with Iran. As a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, China has veto power over any decision by the body to impose sanctions. And since China pretty much own the American economy it’s hard to see how the Pick-pocket in Chief will win this one.

So that door is pretty much closed, that leaves political discussions or a direct confrontation. Although the main focus will be on the first mentioned, you cannot really rule out the armed option since the Obamination have increased the military presents in the area, increased military shipment and is now spending more on the military than the warmongering chimp that presided him at the white house. I would keep a close eye on the development the coming months, if more troops are sent and the rhetoric goes up a knot it’s time to hoard oil and gasoline.

The other bump is Czech president Vaclav Klaus that rubbed salt into EU wounds by choosing Moscow to reveal that he never intends to sign the Lisbon Treaty. This man who knows how it is to live under an oppressive regime and are among the very few politicians we can actually call right-wing, are stalling. Just hang in there Klaus, just another 8 months or so and let the Tories make good on their promise.

In the meanwhile the depression rages on, at least in the real world far from economists and journalists fictive delusions, which doesn’t really leave a lot of time for the agenda to go on before the coming collapse. These two bumps are probably not enough to hinder our enemies from continuing their plans, but annoying at least, and some pain in the arses of the elitists are kind of fun.

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