It’s funny. Everyone knows how I feel about these Hajis and yet, when I point out the reality of the situation (especially when it comes to muh precious chosen) I actually get accused of liking these sand niggers. This is what passes for reasoning in America today. You see, even some of the most reasonable acting and logically thinking people will suddenly become as big of an emotionally driven retard as the biggest SJW when the topic turns to the Jews. It’s not as though my position on this is real complicated or anything. I simply don’t want these people in my country. As long as they stay in their own countries I think we should leave them alone. So why are we always in conflict with these people? If you believe it’s because they hate muh freedumbs then you need to start with the remedial classes here at the Semitic Truth Center. No, the reasons we have these constant conflicts with these people pretty much all boils down to one thing: the Jews. Want to know what’s really funny? The Jews are the primary movers and shakers when it comes to bringing all of these Moslems into our country. Kinda weird that our greatest ally ever would do something like that. Anyway, in what has become an everyday happening in observing the goings on in what counts as the puppet government in Washington D.C., the Director of National Intelligence has come out and warned us for the umpteenth time about how dangerous Iran is. Needless to day, half truths and omissions are all over the place.
Iran is continuing to work on ballistic missiles that would be capable of carrying nuclear weapons over thousands of miles, according to US Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats.
Coats described the growing threat of Iran’s missile program in a written testimony to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Thursday.
‘Iran’s ballistic missiles are inherently capable of delivering WMD [weapons of mass destruction], and Tehran already has the largest inventory of ballistic missiles in the Middle East,’ he wrote.
Oh really? That’s seems kind of strange because as I recall, there is only one country in that region who is a major player who has refused to sign the non proliferation treaty and here’s a hint: it ain’t Iran.
‘We judge that Tehran would choose ballistic missiles as its preferred method of delivering nuclear weapons, if it builds them.’
If it builds them. Yet, Israel has an unknown amount of nukes, largely stolen from the U.S. (thanks greatest ally!) and has openly threatened to nuke Europe if their little crime nest is ever threatened.
The missiles could also be used by the Islamic Republic to launch a nuclear weapon. As Coats noted: ‘Iran continues to be the foremost state sponsor of terrorism.’
This is an out and out lie. They try to make it float because Iran supports Hezbollah. However for the average American, when you say “terrorism” you think ISIS or Al Qaeda. Who sponsors those groups? I don’t know, it’s a complete mystery. Perhaps we should consult with national security expert on terrorism, John McCain.
What do you think John? Freedom fighters or just plain old terrorists?
Testing missiles is not technically a breach of JCPOA, but certainly goes against the spirit of the agreement in a sense. The language in one portion of the resolution is ambiguous, stating that Iran is ‘called upon’ not to create or test these types of missiles, but it does not explicitly state that it is forbidden to do so.
So in other words, they aren’t doing anything in violation of the agreement but we have to come out against it anyway because the kikes are whining non stop about it. Again, it’s not like I have some sort of pollyanna view of how the world works. However I also don’t see why Israel’s enemies have to automatically become our enemies. If the kikes think they can take on these other countries then let them have at it. Of course, considering their track record in the past when taking on anyone besides the Palestinians, I suppose I can see why they need to have their client state America try to handle it for them.
Back to plan A: let’s just stick with bombing Palestinian hospitals.
Out of all of the countries in the Mid East, the ones I think we could probably get along the best with are Syria and Iran. Yet, these are the two countries that we are told we must be in constant conflict with. Why? Well because they are the two countries who are best able to oppose the Jews in Israel. Do you get the picture yet? Is it clear to you that our entire foreign policy is based out of Tel Aviv? It’s right out there in the open and yet, nobody questions it. Instead, they soak up the latest scare story about how Iran wants to nuke the world and the only thing standing between them and our freedums is Israel. So we let the Jews charge us more interest on money we borrow so that we can fight more wars on their behalf. What a circus.