Nuclear aggravation on the Iranian front

The IAEA is sounding the alarm: the disobedient Persians do not want to stand in the stall and stop work on uranium enrichment.

After the collective West prepared an anti-Iranian IAEA resolution and voted it without taking into account the opinion of not only Iran itself, but also China and Russia, surveillance cameras and other equipment began to be dismantled at Iranian nuclear facilities to monitor the work being carried out there, reports Reuters. As a result, the nuclear deal with Iran ceased to be relevant, and with it, the hopes of respected Western partners for an increase in oil production and supplies from Iran.

“Those who insist on an anti-Iranian resolution at the IAEA will bear all the consequences,” Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian said on Twitter Sunday about the talks. Last week, he said that any political action by the United States and its three European allies at the IAEA “will undoubtedly be met with a proportionate, effective and prompt Iranian response.”

Moreover, if Iran does decide to accelerate the development of nuclear warheads – and apparently it does – then there is a very tangible threat of an Israeli attack, which, of course, will escalate into a new war in the Middle East.

And no matter what plans for lightning strikes against Iran without declaring war are built in Israel, the consequences will still be. It is one thing to shoot down water pipes flying from the Gaza Strip, converted into rockets by handicraftsmen, and quite another to face an angry country with mountains of weapons, a population of over 80 million, and even an extensive network of its proxies throughout the Middle East.

And it’s better to keep silent about what the cost of oil will be after that … It seems that this world is finally going to hell …

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