Iran will get to Korea is, if not already. Then no one can do anything about it, just like they can't do anything about it for Korea. But Iran is cagier. The persians will do their bidding through surrogates. There is nothing we will do about it. There are things we could do, but we won't.
I believe if we won't, then Israel will act no later than this summer. They would have acted by now, were it not for our insistent on dialogue and sanctions. We aren't financially ready for another ME war. JMHO.
Turbo. This one is over. Getting Iran clear of plutonium enrichment is for US protection. As in, no Marathon explosion laced with radioactive materials. A mini suitcase inside a crowded sport venue with the top on will roll the entire contents, equating to a small city. And where we would be. Upmost confusion and worrying about Miranda rights and putting a picture of the terrorist on the front page of People. It's called the de-population of Rome to the countryside and walled fiefdoms to avoid the taxes and catastrophes. But you asked. Gold. And selling it off in a money printing environment. Priceless.
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said Sunday the United States and Israel see "exactly the same" threat from Iran, but differ on when it may reach the point of requiring U.S. or Israeli military action.
Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/04/21/hagel-israel-us-see-exactly-same-iran-threat/#ixzz2R763q4VH
Believe the gold sell off is temporary. Enjoy the fall in commodity and gasolene prices. Last time we saw gasolene under $2, RDS was $42. Not saying we'll see that same set up, but it ain't looking too good. Sold it all of it, and ate 5%, but believe 5% is more palatable than 25%. Put some of it in Gold mining stocks which are beat down pretty good and the rest in Treasuries hoping to capture a swing when the 4th of July fireworks appear. We'ld better get our heads out ot the sand and quit trying make friends with this ideology. Believe the final throwdown is inevitable and on the way. All the best to you.
In Washington, Secretary of State John Kerry asked US senators pressing for tougher sanctions over Iran’s nuclear ambitions to be patient, saying there was uncertainty in the Islamic Republic two months before its June 14 election.
On Tuesday, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed a resolution saying Iran’s pursuit of nuclear weapons posed an international threat, urging full implementation of sanctions and calling on the Obama administration to strengthen their enforcement.
Azerbaijan's Foreign Ministry spokesman Elman Abdullayev says his country will not be used as a military base for Israel and the US in any potential attack against Iran.
Appears red line will be breached in June. Probably nothing will occur before the Iranian elections June 14th, but the outcome of that election could prep the field for 4th of July fireworks. JMHO.