The world is facing an amazingly complex and uttterly dangerous situation as the pages of any serious political blog will show (not only http://www.4international.me)
These are key issues:
The economic crisis which means that youth unemployment is unsolvable within capitalism. This is also causing mass movements of people such as from Africa to Europe
The growth of Antisemitism and the way that this growth in Antisemitism is disguised by hatred of Israel
The issue of Iran and the danger of extreme Islam producing a Nuclear Bomb
The issue of Israeli leadership is a different issue because this is an issue that can be resolved through building new leadership. The question is to find agreement in doing that.
On the face of it, therefore, the immediate danger of Iran stockpiling enough enriched uranium for a nuclear bomb is over and a sigh of relief should now follow US Secretary of State John Kerry’s warning to a Senate committee a week ago that Iran had enough enriched uranium to start building a bomb within two months.
That being the case, the military option for curtailing the Iranian nuclear threat should be set aside and the six world powers and Tehran can resume their negotiations on May 5 for putting the final touches on a comprehensive accord for finally putting their nuclear controversy to rest.
But only on the face of it: This scenario ignore Tehran’s duplicity and conveniently passes over the sudden spurt in Iran’s production of low, 5-percent grade enriched uranium and the covert smuggling of the surfeit to the Parchin military facility of near Tehran for its secret upgrade to 20 percent, a level which can be rapidly enriched to weapons grade.
So with one hand, Tehran has reduced its low-grade enriched uranium stocks, but with the other, has smuggled a sizable quantity of those stocks for further enrichment to a facility barred to nuclear watchdog inspectors.
debkafile’s intelligence sources reveal that 1,300 kilos of low-grade material has been transferred to Parchin and 1,630 advanced centrifuges have been installed there for rapid upgrade work.
Whenever the IAEA applied for permission to inspect the facility in the past three years, it was fobbed off with the pretext that Parchin was strictly a military base which did not host any nuclear activity. It therefore did not qualify for international inspection.
The question now is what is the position of all Jewish leadership towards this situation in Iran?
I ask directly what is the political programme to meet this situation?