Stageplay Goes on. Iran to Resume Uranium Enrichment: Challenge after Trump´s and Netanyahu´s Declarations of War

This is a stageplay: Israel´s Netanyahu has declared war on Iran. And Trump has declared war on Iran. Putin tried to go between – before this King of the Jews has greenlighted  Israel s war on Iran in Syria – after Putin having stopped Netanyahu from opening war on Iran in Mid-February 2018 by a telephone call.  Moscow considers a war between Israel and Iran inevitable. The Times of Israel quotes the Russian vice-ambassador to Israel, Frolov, as saying that Russia will be on Israel´s side in case of Iranian attack on Israel (which will follow if Israel attacks Iran – which has nuclear bombs from the Soviet stores).  

DEBKAfile 5 June 2018: Iran is to inform the UN nuclear watchdog in Vienna on Tuesday, June 6, of its decision to increase uranium (UF6) enrichment capacity in response to the US exit from the 2015 nuclear accord. Iran’s Atomic Energy Organization spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi, announcing this, did not mention a date for this process to begin or the grade of enrichment.

Now that Tehran is taking that step, it is up to President Donald Trump to decide on America’s response.
His decision will be colored heavily by his fast approaching summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Singapore on June 12. To convince Kim Trump may find it necessary to meet Iran’s decision to expand uranium enrichment with a military response. Khamenei’s step gives Trump a very tight timeline for a decision.

Now the statement by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg this week that the alliance would not back Israel if it came under attack from Iran comes closer to reality than before.

Acc. to a CIA agent in the Washington Times 27 Oct. 2011, Iran has nuclear bombs and shells from the previous Soviet republic of Khazakstan – and others. And Iran has the missiles to carry them even to Europe and America.

So War on Iran is going to be a bloody and sinister affair.

ABC News 5 June 2018  “It is important to note that Iran will remain far from having the fissile material necessary for a nuclear weapon even if they increase their enrichment efforts as described,” The Washington-based Arms Control Association said in a statement.

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