Iran Military Leader THREATENS U.S., Israel and Saudi Arabia with Destruction

Iran Military Leader THREATENS U.S., Israel and Saudi Arabia with Destruction
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There must be something in the water over there in Iran that makes leaders of that country Suicidal.  Over the weekend, the leader of Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps publicly announced . . . 

"We have shown restraint ... we have shown patience towards the hostile moves of America, the Zionist regime (Israel) and Saudi Arabia against the Islamic Republic of Iran ... but we will destroy them if they cross our red lines," said Hossein Salami.

Hossein Salami is an Iranian military officer with the rank of Major general, who currently serves as the commander-in-chief of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps.

President Donald Trump personally took it upon himself to warn Iran back in May of this year, "never threaten the United States."

HERE:

Hal Turner Commentary

So here we are, about 6 months later, and what does General Salami do?  Threatens the United States.

Dumb.   Really dumb.

Personally, I do not recall ever being threatened by a "Salami" before.  Have any of you?

I mean, we eat Salami here in America.  What's the worst it can do, cause smelly gas?  Give you heartburn?  The runs? 

It's not like Salami is all that tough, either.  Sure, the outer skin is tough, but the inner meat, not tough at all.

That's because Salami's inner meat is ground-up real good (by us), then pressed into its skin.

Maybe Iran should get rid of the Salami running its IRGC before they get smelly gas, heartburn, and find themselves with the runs . . . as they run for their lives when US weapons start falling on them.

 

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  • This commment is unpublished.
    Daniel Thompson · 19 days ago
    Iran has been calling for the destruction of the great satan, and little satan since 1979. What's new?
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    gary boyd · 19 days ago
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSonkbka46k Article up on youtube about Chinese nuclear sub that exploded in south china sea your reported on last week. It has been confirmed it was nuclear sub of the Chicoms..........
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      His self · 19 days ago
      The event did not take place, if it did the following would have happened.........

      The explosion would have registered on the USGS , and other countries, earthquake sensor networks. Nothing showed up. Do you not remember the Kursk incident?..........

      https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2001/01/010122094229.htm

      Chinese military comms would have lit up, they did not.

      Chinese military assets, both air and sea, would have converged on the area, they did not.

      Empire military comms would have lit up because of a possible attack, they did not.

      Empire military aviation assets would have been spooling up within minutes of the detection sensors going off, they did not.
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    Joe Williams · 19 days ago
    Does anyone remember when Iran had the 150 hostages on a plane and Reagan freed them..
    The point is.. iran has always been a radical, terroristic country..
    The chess pieces are moving....and iran will never be a calm country.
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    Paul Lambert · 19 days ago
    If any of this is true, then at a moral level it is enough to justify bombing Iran into an oblivion. Not to say that would be practical or in the interests of the United States, but the practical self interest of the United States is all the Americans really need to consider. Reacting to a threat alone is self-defence. If someone threatens to kill you, you call the police, don't you? You don't want until he shows up on your threshold with a knife in hand.
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    Matthew DeGumbia · 19 days ago
    Another thing. Nuking Iran without a just defensive cause would make the US a pariah in the eyes of the World and give our "enemies" a significant political propaganda advantage. Nukes are only good as a deterrent and a last step defensive weapon. It was estimated that a 100 nuke exchange between India and Pakistan would put the World into a nuclear winter for a period of time: https://fpif.org/global-nuclear-winter-avoiding-unthinkable-india-pakistan/
    So that picture at the top of the article is rather dumb to say the least.
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      Joe Williams · 19 days ago
      India and pakistan wont fire nukes at each other... they are too close to each other
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    Matthew DeGumbia · 19 days ago
    All of these regimes pump out this kind of bullshit, so it is best overlooked. But some real-world factors do actually come into play. Iran is mountainouains, so any invasion would be very difficult. The mountains afford Iran the opportunity to build facilities inside them which makes destroying them very difficult. Beyond that, Iran has developed some remarkable items most useful to their security. One isna concrete able to withstand 60,000 psi. This came as a real surprise during a competition and a shock to the US military: https://www.wired.com/2007/04/irans-superconc/
    Iran has very serious internal problems caused bythe sanctions annd desire for the young people to live a better, more modern life. Our best bet is to keep a watch on Iran and let the internal problems sort things out for us.
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      Ronald Cordova · 19 days ago
      "Iran has very serious internal problems caused bythe sanctions annd desire for the young people to live a better, more modern life. Our best bet is to keep a watch on Iran and let the internal problems sort things out for us."

      Our best best is to stop using the reserve currency and sanctions as a weapon on Iran. You can see from History what caused Japan to attack us.
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        Joe Williams · 19 days ago
        I agree let them fight amongst thrmselves. But if they get stupid and fire upon a military apparatus with soldiers in it or any U.S civilian, i say FULL attack.
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          Ronald Cordova · 19 days ago
          Iranian leaders are not stupid. They are not going to start a war. On the other hand, the FUKUS ( France, UK and US) and Arab chess pieces are lining up for a war with Iran.


          Trump has sent another 3000 troops to Saudi and the Middle East . We should get out of the ME but that will never happen until US troops come home in body bags. When Trump leaves office whether it's in 2021 or 2025 there will still be tens of thousands of troops in the Middle East. He is never going to bring troops home by winding down our position in that area. The Empire is in its death throes and the world's nations are taking note of that.

          While the USA spends trillions on war racing around the globe doing regime changes and killing millions of people, the Chinese spend money creating trade routes which will propel them to the financial capital of the world in less than 10 years.
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    Joe Williams · 19 days ago
    Does Iran really want to become a parking lot ????
    We ARE NOT scared of their T-H-I-N RED LINE.
    If they feel froggy. Then jump.
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      Ronald Cordova · 19 days ago
      The US keep pushing Iran hard and one Iranian missile hitting a carrier and there is no turning back.
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        Joe Williams · 19 days ago
        I dont think Iran is that stupid to fire on a carrier do you ???
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          Ronald Cordova · 19 days ago
          Nope. Iran is NOT stupid.

          But I do think the US will create false flags to force Iran into a conflict
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            Paul Lambert · 18 days ago
            What are the tells? How can you spot a false flag from a real incident?
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          ReadyGo · 19 days ago
          ha ha ha ha .......Iran....stupid .....naw .....they ain't stupid .......of Lucifer .....well, that's a different thought , if one were to realize the TRUE nature of Lucifer , it is that Lucifer does NOT CARE .