Jerusalem Post reported in early February:
'Military action likely' if Iran talks fail, US spokeswoman saysFor the sickening language America's business and political leaders check out the words of senior U.S diplomat Marie Harf:
“I’m not predicting that we would take military action right away,” Harf said. “It’s more of a broad statement that, look, if we can’t get this done diplomatically in six months or a year or at any time, we will – we are committed to resolving it. And that involves less durable and, quite frankly, riskier actions.”She went around her backside to get to her elbow. The Obama-Bush global tampering team will have more wars. War with Syria was front and center at the World Economic Forum in Davos, which also had a unique Iranian confrontation.
“I’m not saying in six months we’re going to go to war if we don’t get a deal done. Broadly speaking, the alternative to resolving this diplomatically is resolving it through other means.
“There are only a few scenarios that come out of this: Either we resolve it diplomatically or we resolve it a different way,” Harf continued.
“It’s just common sense that that different way could involve – is likely to involve military action.”