Eat Iran's Lunch Before They Have Us for Dinner


At the very least, Iran, once it had both nuclear weapons and the means of delivering them, would not even have to use them: the threat to do so would be sufficient to blackmail other countries into doing whatever it asked. If it wanted to control the oilfields of Saudi Arabia or its holy cities, Mecca and Medina, how could Saudi Arabia resist? What is Iran now doing in Yemen, at the bottom of the Arabian Peninsula, if not that? What about the tempting oil fields of Abu Dhabi or Kuwait?

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