The Coming War with Iran

La Águila Negra

Ostrich
Protestant

The USA has decided to lift some of the sanctions on Iran as a gesture of goodwill.

Apparantly the JCPOA talks in Vienna are slowly moving ahead. Expect major attempts to sabotage this deal by Israel


Axis of Resistance on high alert
 

Goni

Woodpecker
At the least, the leaders of Iran must see the internal turmoil in the USA and realize if they are to strike the time is now before Israel drops the USA and becomes more friendly with China. Israel is working to get in close with China, this past Sunday's Fash The Nation covers this in good detail.
USA is the hammer that Jews use to hit their geopolitical goals and their enemies.

It is also their main engine.

They might leave it after 50 years maybe.
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
Yes they're going to have a hard time cracking China. They did make a lot of inroads in S. Korea and Taiwan through theologically dubious dispensationalist evangelical branches, and in Singapore through Israeli military tech and old ties with the Sassoon-Rothschild London crowd. But they don't own Xi's crowd, and their attempts at cultural subversion and deep state cult infiltration (Falun Gong) are being blocked, unlike in the rest of east Asia.
 
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La Águila Negra

Ostrich
Protestant
Quite embarrasing..

An ancient 200kg warhead S200 surface to air missile was shot from the Syrian held side of the Golan heights, was in Israeli airspace for hundreds of kilometers and then exploded near the nuclear facility in Dimona.

Patriot batteries (according to the tweet both US and Israeli operated - does the US operate Patriots in Israel? ) were useless, again. David Sling = the Iron Dome?


 
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911

Peacock
Gold Member
The Israeli army is made up of mostly unpaid conscripts. No quality to expect there.

Israel has a high-quality air force, their ground troops aren't nearly as high caliber. This being said, they have had periods of complete air superiority like in the 1960s and 1980s on, punctuated by periods where Soviet/Russian technology caught up and there was more parity, such as during the 1973 war when Soviet SAM-6 AA missile installations in Syria and Egypt were effective, and when the quality differential between Israeli and Arab fighters wasn't that great (Mig21 vs Mirage/F4 Phantom). It seems like we're back to another period of technology parity now.
 

La Águila Negra

Ostrich
Protestant
This has become a common theme.

However, the fact that it still happens is surprising. About a week ago al Masdar (which is a news source close to the Syrian government) revealed that the Russian Navy would start escorting Iranian tankers in the Eastern Mediterranean

These tankers are transporting the much needed oil for Syria's Ceasar Act sanctions wrecked economy.

Also, the modus of attack was supposedly a suicide drone coming from Lebanon. 3 sailors were killed



Not directly related to Iran but Bumbling Biden has signed the Recognition of the Armenian Genocide into effect..

.. meaning that they've just spat Turkey (not just Erdo) in the face AGAIN. I really think that in the coming years Turkey will rather quickly drift away from the US/NATO.

What the point of this is, is something I truly fail to see. Most of the decisions the Biden Administration makes these days play right into the hands of Russia and especially China.



 
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La Águila Negra

Ostrich
Protestant
Lots of people in Washington really seem to be getting tired of Netanyahu


The Saudis are battered and bloodied and want to get out of Yemen


Warning shots fired towards an IRGC vessel


A conversation between Kerry and Zarif has been leaked wherein both persons make rather incriminating remarks about the hardliners/IRGC (Zarif) and Israel/its involvement in Syria (Kerry).

Kerry has lost a lot of prestige and many in Israel will be very angry with him. In Iran the power struggle is now out in the open.



The video below also does a great job explaining the apparant incoherence in US policy towards Syria (very hostile and aggressive) and Iran (rather dove-ish).

 

Handsome Creepy Eel

Owl
Catholic
Gold Member
At the least, the leaders of Iran must see the internal turmoil in the USA and realize if they are to strike the time is now before Israel drops the USA and becomes more friendly with China. Israel is working to get in close with China, this past Sunday's Fash The Nation covers this in good detail.
Can you please elaborate a bit more on what Israel is doing with China? I'd listen to that myself but I hate podcasts in general, plus my hearing is too poor to follow them well even if I didn't...

TLDR: cliffs please
 

It_is_my_time

Crow
Protestant
Can you please elaborate a bit more on what Israel is doing with China? I'd listen to that myself but I hate podcasts in general, plus my hearing is too poor to follow them well even if I didn't...

TLDR: cliffs please
I will try to remember what I can, it has been a little while.

Chinese banks are now, for the first time under the CCP, opening up to foreign investors. In other words, the elites are going to start taking over the Chinese banking system and pushing usury and sin on the Chinese people. Likely the CCP is powerless against it if they want to keep up with the USA and a cold war arms race.

Israel has opened up more trade with China and as a result China is one of only 3 countries in which its citizens can visit Israel without a visa (I'm assuming this only applies to non-Jewish citizens in other nations). I believe Israel will be trading with China nearly as much as they do with the USA.
 

Hansel

Robin
I will try to remember what I can, it has been a little while.

Chinese banks are now, for the first time under the CCP, opening up to foreign investors. In other words, the elites are going to start taking over the Chinese banking system and pushing usury and sin on the Chinese people. Likely the CCP is powerless against it if they want to keep up with the USA and a cold war arms race.

Israel has opened up more trade with China and as a result China is one of only 3 countries in which its citizens can visit Israel without a visa (I'm assuming this only applies to non-Jewish citizens in other nations). I believe Israel will be trading with China nearly as much as they do with the USA.
@Handsome Creepy Eel you might want to read up on this too.

One thing I've learnt during my travels within China previously is that you can't use the usual mentality you employ back home in China.

A deep state of bankers and merchants cannot survive in China. The executive arm is too strong for any opposition unless said executive is actually willing to co-exist with other groups, and within (or more appropriately, outside) the executive there is also the tightly-knitted CCP, whose structure is basically like a knighthood. More on that if people are interested in knowing why I make that comparison. Anyway just look at Jack Ma, could the US have made Bill Gates to shut up for 3 months because he criticised financial regulations for being too strict?

There's an array of tools the Chinese can field against the oligarchs, many of which foreigners can never even dream of, especially when over 90 million of them are CCP members. If an oligarch steps out of the line, they can always march a couple government pencil pushers into the HQ conference room, tell the board the oligarch is under investigation for threatening national security and an arrest could be made shortly afterwards, assure them the company will be fine and they should elect a new CEO/CFO whatever. The rest of the board members, intimidated, complies, and voila, years of oligarch infiltration just got harvested. What are the Jews gonna do? They don't own the Chinese military like they do elsewhere, the best they can do is have MSM throw a tantrum over their loss.

Look at the heads of government over there. All of them are CCP members with no familial ties to foreigners. It is perhaps rather obvious to outsiders by now that a CCP member holding a government position always faces a choice. He could be rich and suck up to the bankers, but he will not be able to climb to a real position of authority, best he can achieve is something along the county or city level probably. Conversely the top guys don't have relations outside the country. You often hear about corrupt CCP members running away, but they are never in prominent positions.

Same applies for the banking system. Although I haven't went through the podcast, I'm still absolutely sure no oligarch (local or foreign alike) can own a Chinese bank and dictate its policies. They can invest, but they can never control. China is China. China may be open to the world now, but there's always certain territories they keep to themselves.
 

La Águila Negra

Ostrich
Protestant
In Baghdad there are secret negotiations going on between Iran and Saudi Arabia. According to more informed people the Saudis want to end the Yemen war by making Iran drop (or diminish) its support for the Houthis. In return the Saudis are willing to help Iran by pressuring their allies on lifting the sanctions and/or bypassing many of the sanctions (especially on the sale of crude oil).

The article below has a distinct anti Iran bias. I personally believe it's not the Iranians that are acting out of desperation, but the Saudis.


Another sign of a more US independent Saudi foreign policy is its relaxing stance on Syria. Several sources (which can be found in the video) have reported that Saudi Arabia is willing to green-light the re-entry of Syria into the Arab League, to re-open its embassy in Damascus and to start investing rather large amounts of money in the Syrian economy.

They are banking on this move to pull Syria at least a little bit out of Iran's sphere of influence.


MBS's new stance (on Iran) can be witnessed in the following extract of an interview with MBS. Relevant part starts at 1.10


Article by former UK ambassador Peter Ford claiming that regime change in Syria is still on the table.


Weekly reminder that the JCPOA negotiations are still ongoing in Vienna and that it seems to be the Americans that are more keen on making a deal - even a bad deal, than the Iranians

Also a reminder that in June 2021 there will be Presidential Elections in Iran. There is a rather big schism within the political elite/population dividing the nationalists/moderates and the hardliners

The Zarifgate excarbated things tremendously, to the point where Khamenei had to chide Zarif for his foolish leaking of the tapes. The rumours that some within the Rouhani government gave a silent nod for Soleimani's assassination are still present

This Presidential Election will be very important for the JCPOA. Just like in the USA, there is a lot of Iranian domestic opposition against it. If the hardliners (IRGC) win, the JCPOA might get thrown out of the window.

 

La Águila Negra

Ostrich
Protestant
Biggest Iranian warship is on fire and sinking. 'Unclear circumstances' are being cited as of now.


The US accuses Iran of sending 2 warships to Venezuela. Iran has been supplying Venezuela with refined oil for years


I guess this is what the US apparatchiks mean with 'rules based world order'. Open water piracy under the guise of 'fighting terrorism', and 'protecting freedom and democracy'. Couple of months ago the US seized around 2 million barrels of Iranian crude oil off a tanker near the UAE which it then sold for ~110 million USD.


Weekly reminder that the JCPOA talks are still ongoing in Vienna and that things seem to be moving into Iran's direction.
 
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Philonous

Sparrow
Protestant
It’s funny—I just saw the title of the thread, then looked at the original posting date—2014.

Even so, if Israel had the right circumstances to false flag us into such a war back in 2014, we’d have undertaken one. This, with predictably disastrous results.

And speaking of 2014, that was the last year Roi Tov was alive. He was a former IDF science officer who converted to Presbyterianism and left Israel. He was then in America for a while, constantly getting harassed by Mossad, then moved down to Bolivia where he had spent his childhood. He was either killed by Mossad in 2014, or killed himself to beat them to the punch.

Prior to then he had contributed to his blog daily, and on there I remember him discussing the IDF’s best intelligence assessment of regime-changing Iran. And the IDF said flat-out it would be impossible without nuking Tehran. Impossible for any nation.

Nonetheless, Israel would have us get ourselves into Iran just to harass the mullahs’ government.

And once we’re in there, I guarantee Israel would do all possible to cajole us into nuking Tehran ourselves. Nuking a capitol that’s a mere 420 miles from Russia’s boarder, and would foreseeable be answered with massive Russian EMP strikes on the country responsible (it’d be the equivalent if Russia nuked the Hudson Bay—we’d have no choice but to retaliate).

And why hasn’t it happened already?

After the Iraq War petered-out and Bush’s popularity crumbled, the American public grew very wary of Israel and its ability to false-flag us into Mideast wars with phony evidence of “WMD’s”.

And when the American public grows wary of Israel, that displeasure isn’t just directed at Israelis, but also American Jews.

Once that became clear to the billionaire Jewish donors of the Democratic Party, that was enough to incline them to start doing some real detente with Iran—this, whether Israel liked it or not. That’s how we got the 2015 JCPOA.

You had Steyer, Soros, Bloomberg and Saban all pushing for that JCPOA, along with rest of the big kosher Dem donors in Hollywood and on Wall Street.

And as soon as they were able to get Trump out of office (by hook or by crook), back they went to trying to implement it. This, much to the displeasure of AIPAC.

But Israel’s clever, and they’ll find a way to get the fireworks started. Whenever they’re ready.

Just last year they purchased 8 brand new Boeing “Pegasus” aerial re-fueler planes. The only use Israel would have for those planes is if they’re gong to bomb Iran, and they almost went in debt last year to procure them (“debt” is something Israel really hates to impose on itself).

They’ll get us into Iran, and we will then fight Iran on Israel’s behalf. And we will suffer—this, because there really is no way to conventionally conquer Tehran.

The closest supply route would be from our military airport in Baghdad, and that’s still 400 miles of hostile territory. You’re talking about how the Nazis lost to the Soviets in WWII—stretching supply lines well beyond what can be effectively defended.
 
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