Tension between America and Iran
Tension between America and Iran is a big issue. Relations between the United States and Iran are slowly moving toward their logical end. After the assassination of General Qasim Sulaimani, Iran not only declared revenge but also fired missiles at the Iraqi capital, Baghdad’s green zone.
The war between Iran and the United States seems inevitable, but the war requires two countries to be equal in some way. Comparing the US and Iran is by no means possible.
If this war happened, it would be something similar to the Iraq war. You could call it war for the comfort of your heart, actually it was America occupying Iraq.
A similar war was fought against the Taliban in Afghanistan. Although the United States in Afghanistan suffered from a near-Vietnam end, it was not a war, the US was sluggish.
In Afghanistan and Vietnam, the US did not have the same success as Iraq. The reason was the geography there. Iraq was the valley of the Euphrates, while Vietnam was a swampy Equatorial jungle where the plains were not even 20% of the entire country. Similarly, Afghanistan was a very difficult mountainous region.
The same is the case with Iran. Looking at Iran’s past, we do not see foreign domination. One of the major reasons for this is Iran’s geography. There is a cross between Iraq and Iran. All of Iran is inhabited by these mountains. Between these mountains from the sea there are two major deserts, Dasht Lot and Dasht Koir.
The United States could be in trouble if it attacks Iran directly. Similarly, Iran’s failure to counteract US soil in the past has failed. By escaping US allies or US installations and bases in the Gulf. Even if Iran attacks them, the US will not be harmed. Just peace in the region will be ruined. Oil producing countries will continue to shake hands for stability in the last 80, 70 years.
Iran will take some revenge from the United States, but the United States will no longer allow the threat to Iran. Iran is also on the US hit list, especially due to Iranian proxies.
The second and relatively simple way to teach a lesson to Iran is to overthrow the Iranian government. It is not as difficult a direct attack on Iran. It is not difficult to destabilize Iran internally.
Like Russia in the past, Iran is intrinsically unstable due to a ideological revolution. After every revolution, the thought of rejecting this revolution in the society also springs from the same intensity.
It is also a bitter fact that after every revolution, fascism takes shape. The inevitable consequence of the isolation that Iran is facing globally appears in the form of public anxiety. In the past, there have been a number of incidents in Iran that suggest that the new generation of Iran wants some independence.
Apart from this, religious groupings are also very easy in Iran, linguistic misconduct, ethnic cleansing, any negative sentiment can be overthrown by the system of internal destabilization of Iran.
The overthrow of governments is also a left-handed game of superpowers. That is, it is almost certain that the United States will not directly attack Iran. All calculations are all right, but if that is the case, why did everyone agree to extend the term of army chief in Pakistan? Pakistan’s history testifies that this happens only when a neighbor of Pakistan has a destiny.
The talk comes to a halt here and the analysis is like a wool ball. So much is known that this film has to have something to do with it and whatever role it has, Pakistan must have some role. Should the United States have mercy on Pakistan’s analysts and do nothing, what will be our role this time by secretly telling in our own ears?
Will this time Pakistan also have to play the role of a lame stranger who leaves the scene after wiping away the heroin at the end of the film? This time too? Even this time?