Before you read this article, be sure and check this ARTICLE out too which details how members of the U.S. State Dept, namely John Kerry and his entourage of ass clowns encourage Iran to “stay quiet” on missile test so as not “upset the region”. In other words, don’t advertise your ability to strike Israel with impunity with nuclear missiles, because after all, we helped you to have that ability in spades…
Make no mistake about it folks, as big a threat as Iran poses both to the United States and Israel, there is just as big a threat within our own Govt. from idiots (and traitors) within State Dept. and White House who openly trust one of the only countries IN THE WORLD that openly sponsors Terrorism and has said unequivocally that they want to DESTROY Israel and America. How Dumb (or traitorous) can you be?
Also check out this article by Foreign Policy on how Hezbollah is setting up shop in Syria, helping Assad regain power and re-writing the book on 21st Century Asymmetrical Warfare, And Of Course America is helping them do that too. -SF
- Iran’s sophisticated employment of asymmetrical tactics such as “soft war” — which relies on the other side’s wishes, conscious or not, to be taken in — is apparently part of Tehran’s strategy to level the playing field against the U.S., despite America’s overwhelming military superiority.
- Iran is now being treated by most of the world as a normal nation-state rather than the revolutionary, terror-supporting, totalitarian regime that in reality it is.
Iran is waging a “soft war” offensive — media, social media, charm — against the United States. Tehran believes it is scoring significant victories in this war, and it clearly has, as can be seen by the so-called “Iran deal” — technically no “deal” at all: one side, Iran, got everything.
Iran’s sophisticated employment of asymmetrical tactics, such as “soft war” — which relies on the other side’s wishes, conscious or not, to be taken in — is apparently part of Tehran’s strategy to level the playing field against the U.S., despite America’s overwhelming military superiority.
Tehran seems to think, with justification, that it has successfully exploited the Obama administration’s uncorseted desire for better bilateral relations into granting Iran concessions that are not part of the original Joint Comprehensive Program of Action (JCPOA).
One of these concessions is granting Iran access to the U.S financial system; U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry spent last week trawling through Europe, imploring bankers to do business with Iran, despite that minor detail that America will not.
Another concession is the U.S. offer to buy Iran’s heavy water, a product of its planned plutonium bomb-making reactor in Arak.
Still another concession is the U.S. administration’s failure to increase sanctions on Iran for repeatedly launching potentially nuclear-capable ballistic missiles — in violation of UN Security Council Resolution 2231.
The Iranian regime may well attribute these American concessions to its employment of the “jang-e-narm” (soft war) tactic of “smile diplomacy”: the media-friendly demeanor of President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif.
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