There really isn't anything--that is not obvious out there--for me to point out that is, but I feel I want to, if only for the enjoyment of writing. What lays ahead may not be anyone's cup of tea, and everyday is a blessing, believe me; as I was reading the paper today, a few days ago listening to T.V., our president, Mr. Bush has stressed the only thing worse than using military force to have Iran to stop playing the Nuke game, is to allow Iran to have them. And of course, we know what Iran will do with them, as they said they would: eliminate Israel. But can we afford another war? What a loaded question, we can't afford this one, we have in Iraq.
Now, having said all that, it should be obvious what has to take place, or at least to me it is. Being a realist that is; this is not one of those things we do in the United States when our family members get old: by simply finding a nursing home and tucking them away, thus--out of sight, out of mind, this is different, it can not be allowed if we want to sleep late on Sundays or Saturdays. No indeed, for out of sight means: a deadly game we cannot see is developing. In any case, Israel will hit the nuclear reactors of Iran, or be buried by them. There is not much room left in this scenario. They will have no choice; it is not like the UN or EU can solve the problem; and if the US tries, we are the bad guys. So it will--as always--fall on the shoulders of the Jew. So we should be prepared to hold our breaths for a moment at the end of March, 2006.
The world is ruled by economists and political dreamers--in short, 90% madmen, and should this order be disrupted, chaos prevails, and it will. And Iran can be a big disruption, or a small one. If hit by Israel, it will be a small one, if Iran success in its ambition, the world will change drastically I do believe; oh it will change anyway, even after Iran is hit, but Israel will exist a while longer.
Of course these are my thoughts, and perhaps I could be completely wrong, but it would seem the arrow is pointing that way. It will come with a bang, as will the financial crisis ahead: foresight will be tucked under the rug, thus, comes change.