January 25th, 2016 09:38 AM
We all know that the Middle East is in a constant state of chaos at best. The instability in the region continues to grow and concerning new alliances are starting to take place.
The number one outspoken enemy of the United States is without a doubt either North Korea or more likely Iran. As Iranians and the Ayatollah shout “Death to America” so that the entire world can hear, our elected politicians continue to cater to Iran in order to stop an inevitable nuclear armament.
The Iranian deal may well be the catalyst of new alliances by some of the United States most dangerous adversaries.
Take a look at some of the recent headlines in the news. You can click the title if you want to read the articles:
Iran and Russia to start building nuclear power plant in Bushehr - January 25th, 2016
China Deepens Its Footprint in Iran After Lifting of Sanctions – January 24th, 2016
Syrian opposition groups accuse Kerry of working to maintain Iran’s dominance of Syria – January 25th, 2016
Tehran bans re-export of Turkish goods to Russia, aims for tighter economic ties – January 25th, 2016
China tilts to Iran as Xi caps visit with 17 accords – January 25th, 2016
Iran's President Rouhani in Italy seeking business deals – January 25th, 2016
These are just headlines from the past 2 days. As we can see, Iran and Russia are working very closely building nuclear plants and managing the Syria situation for their benefit. Iran is working with China and plans to increase trade with China by 1000%. Iran is trying to hurt the Turkish economy (A U.S. NATO Ally) with recent export restrictions, and Saudi Arabia continues to look like the odd man out and doesn’t have much room to talk after its recent and deplorable public mass execution.
Dangerous alliances are forming right now and as the United States continues to back the Violent Sunnis Saudi Arabians for their oil and Turkey because they are NATO; Iran, China, North Korea, Syria, and Russia are building a footprint that will last in the region for a long time.