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Article posted by: White Nation correspondent  Tennessee USA  January 05 2020




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” Iran is talking very boldly about targeting certain USA assets as revenge for our ridding the world of their terrorist leader who had just killed an American, & badly wounded many others, not to mention all of the people he had killed over his lifetime, including recently hundreds of Iranian protesters. He was already attacking our Embassy, and preparing for additional hits in other locations. Iran has been nothing but problems for many years. Let this serve as a WARNING that if Iran strikes any Americans, or American assets, we have targeted 52 Iranian sites (representing the 52 American hostages taken by Iran many years ago), some at a very high level & important to Iran & the Iranian culture, and those targets, and Iran itself, WILL BE HIT VERY FAST AND VERY HARD. The USA wants no more threats!The United States just spent Two Trillion Dollars on Military Equipment. We are the biggest and by far the BEST in the World! If Iran attacks an American Base, or any American, we will be sending some of that brand new beautiful equipment their way…and without hesitation! “- Donald J. Trump Facebook 05/01/2020

” These Media Posts will serve as notification to the United States Congress that should Iran strike any U.S. person or target, the United States will quickly & fully strike back, & perhaps in a disproportionate manner. Such legal notice is not required, but is given nevertheless!” Donald Trump Facebook 06/01/2019

 US President Donald Trump also claimed Soleimani had planned bloody attacks in London

The Third World War is on the way, and Iran will be the starting point in that war, in which Israel will have to kill as many Arabs as possible and occupy half of the Middle East, We have told the US military that we are forced to occupy seven countries in the Middle East because of their strategic importance, especially because they contain oil and other economic resources. There is only one step left, which is to strike Iran.When China and Russia move from their stupidity, the big bang and the Great War will have been won, and only one force, Israel and America, will win. Israel will have to fight with all its strength and weapons to kill as many Arabs as possible. And the occupation of half of the Middle East. The drums of war are already ringing in the Middle East, and the deaf is the only one who does not hear them. Israel would control half of the Middle East. American and European young people have been well trained in the fighting in the last 10 years, and when they are ordered to go out to fight the crazy ones, they will obey orders and turn them [Muslims] into ashes. We have hired or purchased many local nationals from these islamic countries and they are working for our plans as we have done heavy investment on them. These are doing well beyond our expectations. Due to these traitors we are very near to our planned goals. America and Israel have prepared coffins for Russia and Iran, and Iran will be the last nail in this coffin, after America gave them a chance to recover and a false sense of power. “- Henry Kissinger  – DailyScape.


SULEIMANI deserved to die.” That’s the consensus on Fox News. It’s also how assorted commentators on the channel prefaced their “positions” on the killing of this Iranian. Major General Qassim Suleimani was assassinated by a US drone air strike at the Baghdad International Airport (BIAP).

Statement from President Trump

A statement from President Trump:

Posted by The White House on Friday, January 3, 2020


Even the great Tucker Carlson—the only mainstream hope for us Old Right, America First, anti-war sorts—framed the taking out of Suleimani as the killing of a bad guy by good guys: “There are an awful lot of bad people in this world. We can’t kill them all, it’s not our job.” However you finesse it, the premise of Tucker’s statement is that the American government, and the cognoscenti who live in symbiosis with it, get to adjudicate who’s bad and who’s good in the world. The debate is never over right or wrong, but over whether our universal American Judges should or shouldn’t act on their immutably just moral calls. Even Tucker, whose antiwar sentiments are laudable, conceded that this Suleimani guy probably needed killing, which is the same thing Iraqis old enough to remember America’s destruction of Iraq, circa 2003, would say about President George W. Bush, Dick Cheney and Don Rumsfeld.

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 The burning wreckage of Soleimani's convoy near Baghdad Airport

The burning wreckage of Soleimani’s convoy near Baghdad Airport

So who’s right? Or must we accept that it is up to the United States government and its ruling elites to determine who lives and who dies around the world? The atavistic argument—“Suleimani deserved to die”—made on Fox News holds true only if you believe that the US is the repository of an international and universal code of law and is deputized to uphold this code of law. This primitive argument is true ONLY if you believe the US government is universal judge, jury and executioner, deciding who may live and who must die the world over. As to whether the US government a right to eliminate a state actor by declaring him a “terrorist.”


Like it or not, Suleimani was an Iranian state actor, the equivalent of our Special Operations Commander. We would not tolerate Iranians designating America’s Special Operations Commander, Gen. Richard D. Clarke, as a terrorist, although they may have plenty reasons to do so. Our Special Operations forces and their command encroach on the Iranian neighborhood much more than Iranians and their special forces encroach on American territory. If Iranians took out America’s Special Operations Commander somewhere in North America—we would definitely consider it an act of war by Iran.




A top Iranian military official for the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corp (IRGC) in southern Iran threatened attacks on U.S. destroyers and warships near the Persian Gulf on Friday night. Gen. Gholamali Abuhamzeh, the commander of IRGC forces near the Strait of Hormuz, said those U.S. warships were some of the 35 U.S. targets Iran has identified for attacks in the region, according to Reuters. Abuhamzeh’s threats come in response to Thursday’s U.S. airstrikes that killed of Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the leader of the IRGC’s Quds Force. Iranian leaders have since vowed to exact ‘severe revenge for Soleimani’s death.

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In December, Iran asserted its own control over the strait, and held naval drills along with Russian and Chinese Navy ships in the nearby Gulf of Oman. Conflict between Iran and the U.S. has escalated in recent weeks, first by pro-Iranian militias firing rockets at a U.S. base, followed by a series of U.S. airstrikes against those same militias. Those U.S. airstrikes gave way to destructive demonstrations at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq, prompted by the pro-Iranian militia groups. Gen. Soleimani was with some of those militia group leaders when he was killed by a U.S. drone strike. The deputy commander of the pro-Iranian Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) Iraqi militia, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, and PMF official Mohammed Reda were also reported killed in the strike. In response to the embassy demonstrations and Iranian threats of revenge for the killing of their general, the U.S. has deployed additional troops to the region. Abuhamzeh’s comments are the latest indication of escalation between Washington and Tehran. He also included the Israeli city of Tel Aviv among the list of” possible targets”  for Iranian attacks. “The Strait of Hormuz is a vital point for the West and a large number of American destroyers and warships cross there … vital American targets in the region have been identified by Iran since long time ago … some 35 U.S. targets in the region as well as Tel Aviv are within our reach,” Abuhamzeh said in a statement first circulated by Iran’s Tasnim news agency. USS Abraham Lincoln carrier strike group in November conducted military drills in the vital Strait of Hormuz, which acts a choke-point for maritime access through the Persian Gulf.

Donald Trump drastically escalated the United States’ ongoing conflict with Iran on Thursday night by ordering the assassination of Iran’s General Qassem Soleimani with an airstrike on the Baghdad International Airport. It takes what was arguably already a war (with an economic blockade and regular skirmishes with Iranian proxy forces) to a straight-up shooting war. Events like this bring out the absolute worst in the American foreign policy community. Many conservative writers and thinkers, including former National Security Adviser John Bolton, the Hudson Institute’s Michael Doran, and Commentary‘s Noah Rothman, openly cheered this Putin-style cold-blooded murder of a foreign statesman. Other more supposedly nonpartisan commentators uncritically parroted Trump administration assertions that Iran was planning “something bad. “- much like Sadam’s “Weapons if Mass Destruction” which to this day never was found. Every top Democratic presidential candidate except Bernie Sanders was careful to foreground that Soleimani was a bad guy before condemning the assassination in their initial comments.

Facts about Iran and Islam

A thought-provoking new Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) report circulating in the Kremlin today discussing an official statement released by the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran stating that “the deputy head of the Hashed, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, and head of the Quds Force, Qasem Soleimani, were killed in a US strike that targeted their car on the Baghdad International Airport road”, says this gravely concerning event prompted Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to call and remind his American counterpart US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that “the assassination of Soleimani violates the norms of international law”. This is a a reminder followed by Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova warning that Soleimani’s assassination “would only escalate regional tensions and make life worse for millions of people”—a fact apparently not known by the American people reading such headlines as “Fears Of All-Out War Grow After U.S. Kills Iran Gen. Qasem Soleimani” and “World War 3 Proof: Horrifying Reason Trump’s Iran Raid Really Could Spark Global Conflict”—a war that could never occur because Iran is not an actual country, nor are any other so-called Islamic nations—all of whose present borders, rulers and governments are imaginary Western constructs—and in reality sees all them being a part of what the Islamic faith itself calls Dar al-Islam—a term describing all Muslim peoples as one nation not bound by any borders that stands opposed to those countries which do not have a treaty of nonaggression or peace with Muslims called Dar al-Harb—and were forever enshrined in Islamic law during the Umayyad Caliphate in the 7th Century—thus creating a world, that for the past over 1,300 years, has seen Dar al-Islam and Dar al-Harb being locked in perpetual war—with the objective of Dar al-Islam being to force Dar al-Harb into a state of Dar al-‘Ahd—a designation for peoples and/or nations that have a treaty of non-aggression or peace with Muslims—the last such example in history being the Armenian peoples who were the Dar al-‘Ahd of the Islamic Ottoman Empire in the early 20th Century—but upon the outbreak of World War I, saw the Armenian people breaking their Dar al-‘Ahd agreement by taking up arms against the Islamic Ottoman Empire—thus turning the Armenian peoples into Dar al-Harb whom the Muslims then slaughtered by the millions. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]



According to this report, only by knowing the indisputable fact that the Islamic faith has divided the entire world into Dar al-Islam and Dar al-Harb can the full implications of the American assassination of General Soleimani be understood—an understanding that begins with knowing who Soleimani was and wasn’t—and whom, most certainly, was not the top general in Iran as that distinction goes to Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami—who is followed by Commander-in-Chief Seyyed Abdolrahim Mousavi—the leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran Army and its over 420,000 military forces—and under whose direct command is Brigadier General Aziz Nasirzadeh who heads the Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force and its over 37,000 military forces—as well as Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi who heads the Islamic Republic of Iran Navy and its over 20,000 military forces. Distinctly separate from the aforementioned main military forces in Iran and their commanders, this report continues, is the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and its commander Major General Hossein Salami—whose roughly 125,000 military personnel are scattered among the Ground Forces of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps commanded by Brigadier-General Mohammad Pakpour—the Navy of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps


The truth is that Soleimani was not all that different from any of about five dozen current and former American politicians and bureaucrats — if anything, he was considerably more restrained about the use of force. Yes, he was involved in a lot of bloody wars — but so was every American president since 2000, and besides half the wars he fought in were started or fueled by the United States. It’s just another instance of America’s gigantic hypocrisy when it comes to war. As writer Derek Davison explains, Soleimani was no ordinary general. He was more like a cross between the American vice president and the secretary of state — one of the two or three most famous and powerful people in Iran behind Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei. Soleimani commanded the Quds Force, a Special Forces-type operation supporting Iranian allies in Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, and many other countries. American hardliners hate him mainly for supporting Hezbollah and Hamas, and for arming insurgents who fought the American occupation of Iraq. Incidentally, as recently as September 2015, Trump plainly had no idea whatsoever who Soleimani was. Indeed, as Mehdi Hasan writes at The Intercept, when Hugh Hewitt asked him about the Quds Force, he thought Hewitt had said “Kurds.” So yes, Soleimani has fueled a lot of nasty conflicts and killed a lot of people, directly or indirectly, many of them American soldiers — though it’s worth noting also that much of his recent effort has been dedicated to fighting ISIS (with great effectiveness, by all accounts) in a tacit uneasy alliance with U.S. forces.

 Soleimani was wiped out after intelligence was received that his forces were about to launch kidnap raids on American citizens and diplomats in the Middle East

Yet even the worst of Soleimani’s record pales in comparison with the most blood-drenched American warmongers. If Soleimani deserves condemnation for arming Iraqi insurgents, then George W. Bush and Dick Cheney deserve 10 times as much for starting the war in the first place. It was a pointless, illegal war of aggression sold on lies that obliterated Iraqi society and killeperhaps half a million people, almost all of them innocent civilians. (Our own Soleimani, General David Petraeus, was connected to the operation of Iraqi torture dungeons and paramilitary death squads during the fight against the insurgency.) If Soleimani deserves blame for helping Bashar al-Assad brutally defeat Syrian rebels, Henry Kissinger deserves 10 times as much for orchestrating the bombing slaughter of perhaps a quarter million Cambodians and paving the way for the Khmer Rouge genocide that killed 1.7 million people. If any accused war criminal at an airport is fair game, then there are a lot of people in D.C. and Northern Virginia who better start traveling by train or ship.



Indeed, the Quds Force itself was originally created during the Iran-Iraq War, which was started by a heavily U.S.-backed Saddam Hussein in 1980. A million Iranians died in the grueling eight-year conflict. And the reason the Islamic Republic exists in the first place is because the United States and Britain toppled Iran’s fledgling democracy in 1953 and installed a brutal dictator. It is not exactly hard to understand why Iran — like about every other country in the Middle East — keeps some brutal, hard people like Soleimani around. It’s a violent, unstable neighborhood, and war is an unavoidable reality. And no country is more responsible for that fact than the United States. Chauvinist American commentators always presume America has the “best intentions, “– and that the American military is composed of “saintly warrior-poets.”  The reality is that the lumbering American colossus has unleashed a Thirty Years’ War-level of violent chaos all around Iran for no good reason at all. We are ruled by a president who recently reversed the demotion of a guy turned in by his own fellow soldiers for war crimes — namely, gleefully murdering helpless prisoners, old men, and little girls for sport.


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The apparent fact that the Soleimani assassination was carried out by drone strike at a civilian airport really is the perfect capstone for the last two decades of lunatic American violence. Nothing deflates the hysterically macho chest-thumping self-image of American warmongers than the fact that for the last decade and more the signature U.S. method of killing people has been a robot plus a gamer in a box 10,000 miles away. Raining down drone missiles on a guy in plain sight at a civilian airport — built at vast expense with U.S. money, by the way — just drives the cowardice home further. Nothing gets the armchair generals more fired up than vaporizing somebody who can’t defend themselves or fight back in any way. But as Davison writes, there could still very well be serious blow-back from this assassination. The Iraqi government, which is teetering on the edge of collapse, was enraged at this contemptuous violation of its sovereignty, and will likely move to expel all U.S. forces from the country. There are a dozen places Iran could strike back — either at overextended American bases, or by disrupting oil shipping, or by a swarm attack on an American carrier group, or some other way. The United States is so powerful that it has been able to get away with decades of pointless atrocities. One of these days it will pay for its imperial hubris. That day may be quite soon.








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