- Bad idea to start a war with Iran. A conventional war against Iran is unwinnable. The only way for America (and Zionist ‘666’ Israel) to win is by using nuclear bombs. Iran does not have any nuclear bombs. However, it is understood, that Iran will be given nuclear bombs by Russia or China or CIA Deep State (see video bottom of post) … once nuclear bomb is used against them. So, for all those war mongers out there: Really? You want to start war with Iran? You think that war with Iran is salvation of Zionist ‘666’ Israel (the Satanic counterfeit)? Really?
- Iran Holds All the Cards in Coming Middle East Conflict with US – Unless Trump is Ready to Drop a Tactical NUKE
by Scott Ritter, https://www.rt.com/
Iran has promised retaliation for the assassination of Qassem Suleimani. Donald Trump said this will lead to a disproportionate response from the US. One side can deliver on its threats, the other can’t, unless it goes nuclear.
Iran means business
“Our reaction,” Iranian general Hossein Dehghan said at the weekend, “will be wise, well considered and, in time, with decisive deterrent effect.” Dehghan also noted that Iran was not seeking a wider confrontation with the US.
“It was America that has started the war. Therefore, they should accept appropriate reactions to their actions. The only thing that can end this period of war is for the Americans to receive a blow that is equal to the blow they have inflicted.”
Dehghan is no run-of-the-mill former Iranian general officer, but was one of the major decision makers within the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) during the Iran-Iraq War, and later went on to command the IRGC Air Force, before eventually being appointed Iran’s minister of defense. After stepping down from that position, Dehghan became a special advisor to the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic Ali Khamenei. His words must be viewed as representing those of Khamenei himself.
Iran’s three likely targets
A closer assessment of Dehghan’s statement, when considered in the context of the vote by the Iraqi Parliament this Sunday to remove all foreign troops from Iraq, provides clarity as to what the US and the Middle East can expect from Tehran.
First and foremost, the response will not be carried out by proxy. The attack will be military in nature. Assaults on the oil and gas infrastructure of America’s Gulf Arab allies, similar in nature to the drone attacks on Saudi oil production facilities last May, are not in the works. The same holds true for shipping transiting the strategic Strait of Hormuz, as well as US diplomatic facilities in the region.