Camps of Socialism and Capitalism (19 March 2010)

On February 10, 2005, North Korea publicly declared that it possessed nuclear weapons and pulled out of the six-party talks hosted by China to find a diplomatic solution to the issue. "We had already taken the resolute action of pulling out of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and have manufactured nuclear arms for self-defence to cope with the Bush administration's evermore undisguised policy to isolate and stifle the DPRK [Democratic People's Republic of Korea]," a North Korean Foreign Ministry statement said regarding the issue[42]. Six-party talks resumed in July 2005, Wikipedia.

This is the example of communist-led socialist states dealing with the capitalists. This is also a good description of the capitalist camp's fascism: its "undisguised policy to isolate and stifle" socialist countries and all countries within the socialist camp.

Iran's nuclear issues will not go away because they are basically socialist-camp-vs.-capitalist-camp issues. The attitude of the capitalist camp is "evermore undisguised" as it attempts to "isolate and stifle" all socialist countries and those countries that are within the socialist camp. It is well to remember what belonging to the socialist camp means: these countries are for non-interference in the majority rights of the people of each country to determine their own pathway of development along with their rights to establish mutually beneficail trade relationships with other countries.