Dear Friend of America's Survival,
President Trump's military strike killing the top Iranian General (in Iraq) was justified. General Soleimani was implicated in hundreds of American deaths. But going to total war with Iran and seeking regime change would not be justified.
An objective look at what happened can be found in the work of an analyst by the name of Tallha Abdulrazaq, who said:
"Soleimani is one of Iran’s most decorated military commanders and the architect of its modern empire. The fact that he has just been killed by the United States is a terrible blow to Iranian morale and will make its proxies and allies fearful of what may happen to them should Washington decide to exercise its considerable military might. "
This analyst goes on:
"Trump has managed to arguably kill two of the most destabilizing men in the entire region within the space of a few months, starting first with Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and now claiming Soleimani’s scalp to cement his reputation as a staunch defender of American interests and power. It seems obvious that the American president wants nothing more than to re-establish American deterrence capability and show that, if pushed, he will go to very extreme lengths to secure his nation’s interests and to stamp its authority on an increasingly multipolar world."
"In killing General Soleimani," the New York Times reports, "Trump took an action that Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama had rejected, fearing it would lead to war between the United States and Iran."
Meanwhile, the left is mobilizing against Trump, as usual:
For America's Survival,