Donald Trump is in two minds about whether to bomb Iran first or North Korea.
But bomb them he shall.
It was decided for him by George W. Bush, who painted Iran, Iraq and North Korea as the “axis of evil” following 9/11.
President Trump’s predecessors, going back to Jimmy Carter have all had it in for Iran (The Islamic Republic).
Throughout the years US presidents have not been keen on the idea of an Islamic Republic of Iran.
Or have they?
Many, including the former Shah of Iran, saw that the resurgence of Islam was on the cards for the region.
By Islamising Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq, North Africa, Egypt, the Middle East, Syria, Asia, the Far East, …etc., it is easier for multinationals to search for treasure on lands they can reach and help with problems they themselves created, or destroy the ones they can’t.
It also gives Israel a legitimate foe and a better reason for its existence than what Hitler did to Jews in Nazi Europe during WW2.
The Koran is not very favourable to the children of Israel, accusing them of breaking their covenant with god, and turning their back on him after he bestowed them multiple favours.
Following the fall of the Pahlavi dynasty came the Islamic Republic of Iran. Next followed the creation of Taliban in Afghanistan- which now also hosts ISIS. Then came the creation of ISIS in Iraq- which has now spread far and wide.
It was written long ago, on cards dealt by the British, Americans and their friends.
Once North Korea and Iran fall, the Illuminati agenda for world domination will be complete. Russia and China will pose no treat after witnessing what is to befall the Islamic world surrounding them.
What should one make of the United States’ leader’s recent provocative threats to exterminate the people of North Korea? U.S. President Donald J. Trump made it quite clear last week that if North Korea continues to “provoke” the U.S., Kim Jong-un will be met with “fire and fury like the world has never seen,” and yet North Korea responded immediately by specifying the exact location they wanted to strike in response (they have since delayed that threat).
Whether this is all a major distraction from Trump’s failing presidency or an inevitable war with North Korea is actually on the table in the not-too-distant future still remains to be seen.
However, while all of this is going on, Trump is constantly having to remind himself that he also has also been vying to bomb Iran for some time now.
As Anti-Media has documented, Trump has made it an official strategy to derail the 2015 nuclear accord signed with Tehran, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), so that détente with Iran can be completely demolished.
However, Trump’s original plan has been to find ways to prove Iran was non-compliant with the JCPOA by imposing spot-inspections on Iranian sites so that when the time comes for Iran’s next certification (around October), Trump can declare Iran non-compliant. This is in spite of the fact that Iran has been deemed compliant; Trump was forced to certify its compliance even though he didn’t want to.
Generally speaking, rule of law requires that people are assumed innocent until proven guilty. Trump has flipped this on its head and accused Iran of being guilty in the face of evidence of its innocence. He is seeking to provide the contextual facts that could bolster his case (usually, you have to have the facts first).
Even as he was busy saber-rattling North Korea, Trump could barely wait the 90-day period for Iran’s next stage of certification. He announced on Thursday that Iran is “not in compliance” with the JCPOA even though he certified their compliance just a few weeks ago.
“I don’t think they’re living up to the spirit of the agreement,” he told reporters at his private golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, where he is currently taking a 17-day retreat from the White House.
“They are not in compliance with the agreement and they certainly are not in the spirit of the agreement in compliance, and I think you’ll see some very strong things taking place if they don’t get themselves in compliance,” he further said, ignoring the fact that he knows Iran has been compliant. He was unable to provide any new evidence for these new claims.
Approximately two weeks ago, Trump told the Wall Street Journal:
“We’re doing very detailed studies…We’ve been extremely nice to them in saying they were compliant, OK? We’ve given them the benefit of every doubt. But we’re doing very detailed studies.”
“I think they’ll be noncompliant,” he added. “I think they’re taking advantage of this country. They’ve taken advantage of a president, named Barack Obama, who didn’t know what the hell he was doing. And I do not expect that they will be compliant.”
Trump wants to paint Iran as non-compliant even though he has no current evidence to prove as much, but for what purpose exactly? It is becoming increasingly clear that both Iran and North Korea are scapegoats designed to save Trump from his faltering legacy.
Neither of these countries is attacking the United States, nor do they ultimately seek to. Only one of them has launched a bomb into another country’s territory in recent times — Iran launched a missile strike in Syria in response to a terrorist attack on its own soil (Iran’s military presence in Syria is authorized through Iran and Syria’s mutual defense arrangements).
The U.S. is bombing seven countries at any given time and wants to bomb an eighth (Philippines), all the while threatening a ninth and tenth (Iran and North Korea) on top of this ludicrous show of aggression already destroying most of the Middle East and beyond.
“War is the health of the State,” essayist Randolph Silliman Bourne wrote during World War I.
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