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Sí, os engañamos ¿y qué podíais hacer?

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 9/marzo/2006

Esto lo podría decir los dirigentes de Irán. En primer lugar, como ya dijimos el otro día, el negociador iraní, Hassan Rowhani, con la terna comunitaria admitió haberles engañado. Así que como señala EURSOC:

For the Europeans, it’s an embarrassing confirmation that their “Good Cop” policy has failed. The EU trio, for their own reasons, wanted to believe Iran, even if the evidence pointed towards the theocratic state’s sinister intent. Britain’s government fears another war; France supports a ‘multi-polar’ state, but has always mistrusted Iran; Germany wanted to polish its credentials as a global peace broker.

Rusia parece estar cooperando (a ver cuánto dura).

HT: Roger L. Simon.

Pero ¿sabían los europeos lo que estaba pasando? ¿Y por qué siguieron negociando?

The only weapon that the EU was willing to consider, as a last result, was an economic boycott that would harm Europe’s commercial interests more than Iran’s.

The mullahs also knew that the Troika couldn’t back up its threat of an economic boycott with the threat of military action. If the EU couldn’t muster the will to fight in its own backyard in the Balkans without America leading the way, it surely wouldn’t put any lives at risk beyond the frontiers of the Continent.

By contrast, Iran, ostensibly a democracy but in reality a religious tyranny, possesses a character trait that is almost nonexistent in modern Europe: Iranians, almost exclusively Shiite, are willing to suffer. This quality is deeply rooted in their religion. Ashura, one of the central Shiite rituals that marks the death of Imam Hussain at the Battle of Karbala in 680, celebrates flagellation, blood, pain. As Steven Vincent, the remarkable American journalist who tragically was murdered last August in Iraq, observed in his book “In the Red Zone”: “Eight-foot long white silk flags depicting crossed sword, the blades oozing with blood . . . pictures of severed hands, severed heads,  . . a fountain in front of Meshed Ali spraying geysers of blood-red liquid. . . . bloody swords flashing over the heads of milling crowds . . . men with blood-soaked bandages wrapped around their heads to stanch the bleeding from self-inflicted wounds . . . endless posters of the slaughtered innocents. This is an orgy of death imagery, I thought.”

Y así:

Iran has offered to suspend full-scale uranium enrichment for up to two years, according to an Associated Press report that cited comments from a diplomat in Vienna, where the International Atomic Energy Agency was holding a board meeting.
IAEA head Mohamed ElBaradei said Monday that he’s optimistic that the crisis over Iran’s nuclear-research program could be resolved without U.N. Security Council intervention, according to news reports.


Las cosas se complican: la ABC ha hecho una investigación cuyos resultados han sido los siguientes:

U.S. military and intelligence officials tell ABC News that they have caught shipments of deadly new bombs at the Iran-Iraq border. They are a very nasty piece of business, capable of penetrating U.S. troops’ strongest armor.
What the United States says links them to Iran are tell-tale manufacturing signatures — certain types of machine-shop welds and material indicating they are built by the same bomb factory.
“The signature is the same because they are exactly the same in production,” says explosives expert Kevin Barry. “So it’s the same make and model.”U.S. officials say roadside bomb attacks against American forces in Iraq have become much more deadly as more and more of the Iran-designed and Iran-produced bombs have been smuggled in from the country since last October.
I think the evidence is strong that the Iranian government is making these IEDs, and the Iranian government is sending them across the border and they are killing U.S. troops once they get there,” says Richard Clarke, former White House counterterrorism chief and an ABC News consultant. “I think it’s very hard to escape the conclusion that, in all probability, the Iranian government is knowingly killing U.S. troops.”

En este caso, ya no sería la “insurgencia“, si no la INJERENCIA de un país extranjero en el ataque a las instituciones al gobierno actual.

Una respuesta para “Sí, os engañamos ¿y qué podíais hacer?”

  1. […] Irán amenaza a EEUU con ‘dolor y mal’ si busca la confrontación en la crisis nuclear | El delegado iraní en la Organización Internacional de la Energía Atómica (OIEA) ha amenazado a EEUU con “dolor y mal” si continúa oponiéndose al desarrollo de su programa nuclear. La Junta de Gobernadores, reunida en Viena, podría enviar esta tarde el caso al Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU. Eso sí: no ha negado que han estado engañando a los europeos. Interesante el post que encuentro en el blog El reporter sobre el particular: Daño y dolor: aquí un extracto: Lo cierto es que Iran está ya en la lista de países a democratizar por los Estados Unidos. Ya le falta menos. Iran no tiene razón en absoluto. No es lo mismo, ni se puede medir por el mismo rasero, el que Francia, por poner un ejemplo, tenga la bomba atómica que el que la pueda tener el gobierno nazislamista de Teherán. Francia es un país democrático. Igualmente nadie se metería con nosotros los españoles, si nos diese por fabricar la Bomba. Estados Unidos la tiene también y la tienen muchos otros. Y no hay peligro de que la tengan si es que puede no haber peligro en tenerla. […]

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