This is not a very strong analogy. You'll be eating bug-burgers whilst suffering from frequent (green) power outages in 5 to 10 yearsLeave them alone.. its 2020. Worrying about Iran is like hearing about global warming from Greta. If they were going to do anything, they would have. Something smells like....
Likewise the Iranian issue is nearing its boiling point. The problem is that the usual suspects want the Mullahs gone, yet noone is willing to do the heavy lifting
Invading Iran will be Iraq times 10. Times 25 if the new big guys on the block say 'not going to happen'
The US military is exhausted from the global power projection and constant drills, wargames and deployments (the US has lost 240+ aircraft in the last decade alone). The Western European militaries have been sledged to the point where Dutch soldiers have to say 'pang pang' on the firing range because there isn't any money for training with live ammo.
NATO militaries are rotting from within due to woke-turdism invading its previously healthy body. Never mind the insane expenses of waging war
The regional allies don't have the militaries, guts and popular support at home to pull something like this off. Israel hit a brick wall in its 2006 Hezbollah campaign and suffered a disgraceful defeat (which was more like a tie). The Saudis are still tangled up in Yemen facing hordes of flipflop wearing Fiver Shias who just seem undefeatable. The other Gulf States just outsource war. That might work in Libya, but not against a foe like Iran.
Any other military would be hired for rent. The Pakis are rather close with Iran and will never sign up for this BS. The Turks idem dito. PMCs and third tier militaries elsewhere don't have the punch nor willpower
That doesn't mean they aren't going to try something, because they have to. Time is running out.
EDIT: The only viable option I see would be a bombing campaign targeting civilian infrastructure (power plants, 4G towers, TV stations, highways, railway tracks, hospitals) in order to create so much chaos and anarchy that the Iranian people will rise up against the Mullahs out of sheer desperation