Iran Vows “Harsher REVENGE”: It’s Not Over Yet

by | Jan 9, 2020 | Headline News | 7 comments

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    Iran’s Revolutionary Guards commander vows it’s not over for the United States after Iranian missile strikes on U.S. forces in Iraq.  Senior commander Abdollah Araghi said that Iran would take “harsher revenge soon, without specifying what that might entail.

    Tasnim News Agency reported on Thursday that the missiles that hit U.S. interests in Iraq were only the beginning of the strikes.  The deputy head of the IRGC, Ali Fadavi, described Iran’s missile attacks on US forces as a display of the Islamic Republic’s military capabilities, claiming that the Americans “couldn’t do a damn thing” about the strikes.

    And that isn’t all that far from the truth.  President Donald Trump even tweeted that “all is well” in the aftermath of the attacks. Sure, just pass the cost of another war onto the backs of the taxpayers who are already struggling to make ends meet under the weight of their already massive tax burden.

    Earlier, President Hassan Rouhani said that Iran’s ultimate goal, in retaliation against the assassination of Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani, is the complete removal of U.S. forces from the region. Iran’s supreme leader described the missile strike as a “slap in the face” for the U.S. but said that the attack was not “sufficient” to remove “the corrupting presence of America in the region,” according to a report from RT. 

    While the current round of violence may be over, Iran stands ready to respond to any future U.S. provocation.  It does not look like Trump intends to respond with more violence at this time.  Iran’s anticipated retaliation for the U.S. assassination of Qassem Soleimani sent a clear signal to Donald Trump that the country has the military might to take on the military-industrial complex in a war, according to Scott Ritter, a former US Marine Corps intelligence officer.


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      1. I realize that this is totally off topic, but New York Post just issued photos of Bill Clinton With Ghilsaine Maxwell, Kevin Spacey, Epstein,and Epstein rape victim Chauntee Davis with Cliton’s arm around her waste in Africa in 2002. They wonder if Clinton was aware of the situation. Gee, I dunno, he was a former POTUS, with top security clearance and protected by the Secret Service that also had top security clearance. What do you think?

        • Jonathan M Chattin, 4,563 Americans gave their lives in Iraq. Enlighten us Jonathan M Chattin, what did Americans gain from the loss of these lives? These people await your reply.

      2. Jonathan M Chattin, 4,563 Americans gave their lives for the Iraq War. What did Americans gain from their sacrifices. These people await your reply.

      3. The current leaders in Iran do NOT care if the “Keeper of Persian culture (Iran)” is removed from existence. Examples of provocations include 1) the year-long overthrow & kidnapping of the American Embassy personnel in Tehran, 2) multiple terrorist actions around the Straights of Hormuz, 3) capturing & holding American sailors after a small-boat operating error, 4) sponsoring a huge number of terrorist activities, etc. Incredible restraint by American leaders for decades has prevented turning Iran into a GLASS SURFACE (Sand + Heat). The Iranian leaders continue to poke a sharp stick at Earth’s all-time most potent country. Keepers of the Persian culture – BEWARE WHAT YOU WISH FOR.

      4. what is iran going to do….bore everyone to death with their crap military that is so incompetent that they cant tell an airliner from their own airport from a warplane?

      5. 100+ war verses in the Quran, Sunna, and Hadith leave no room, whatsoever, for moral ambiguity, were it not for dialectical, mental busywork.

        Either, you respect their right to exist somewhere very for away, or why the continual bargaining, bargaining.

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