Ooops..The wheels are coming off..Seems the Russians have finally figured out how the game works.. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Martin
    • 09.11.11 | 16:43 (IST)

    All this latest noise from Israel and some quarters in the West was aimed at blackmailing the Russians and Chinese into going along with new round of sanctions. In this game, Israel will threaten and make all the noise for the west to do something or else they'll attack..The US/West responds by threatening or turning on Russia/China to go along with sanctions in order to prevent the Israelis from attacking.The Russians/Chinese, fearing a regional war, somewhat go along with the plan..But now, it seems they've seen through the BS..They know very well Israel cannot attack Iran on their own and the US/West are in no position to launch a new war in the region due to their economies.If this latest move was to get UNSC sanctions, forget it..It won't fly.

    from the article: Russia says won't back new Iran sanctions over nuclear program
    First published 15:23 09.11.11 | Last updated 15:23 09.11.11
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