Dear Friend of America's Survival,
We can't depend on Jeffrey Epstein's friends in the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) to figure out the Iran problem. These guys are losers.
The CFR's Foreign Affairs had published, in 2009, the article, "Overblown. Why an Iranian Nuclear Bomb Is Not the End of the World." Foreign Affairs also published, in 2012, "Not Time to Attack Iran Why War Should Be a Last Resort." That same year, 2012, Professor Mathew Kroenig also wrote the Foreign Affairs article, "Time to Attack Iran," arguing a strike is the least bad option.
That was 8 years ago.
These people are confused. The main pont is that Israel should carry out the strike. It carried out strikes against the nuclear programs in Iraq in 1981 and Syria in 2007. Let's hope that this is Trump's plan -- let Israel do it. And let's hope and pray that Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu has the courage to do it.
There's danger here. Russian delivery of S-300 missiles to Iran has been confirmed. A pro-Russian website is gleeful, noting, “The single most important aspect of this development is the fact that both the U.S. and Israel are known to be concerned that the Russian weapons will prevent a surprise airstrike on Iranian nuclear facilities.”
Some experts, however, say that Netanyahu “knows the threat,” not only from the “Palestinians” but Iran, and will do what is necessary to assure Israel’s survival.
Let Israel handle Iran and the U.S. handle Russia (and China). Remember that, despite the preoccupation with Iran’s nuclear program, Iran does not have the nuclear weapons and delivery systems to attack the homeland of the United States. Yet, Russia can obliterate the United States, a fact that has been highlighted recently by no less than three top American generals. The term, “existential threat,” has been used repeatedly to describe the Russian challenge. That term means the Russians can destroy the United States as a nation.
Trump is supporting Sunni Saudi Arabia against Shiite Iran. Both regimes are noxious, and the case can be made to stay out of the Middle East and let them fight it out. But Trump has come to the conclusion that Saudi Arabia has to be supported at this time because of Russia-backed Iran’s desperate pursuit of strategic nuclear weapons and its export of terrorism.
By opposing a strike on Iran, Democrats are siding with Russia (and Iran), in a real case of Russian collusion.
For America's Survival,