IRANIAN ARMY GENERAL GOES ON TV; REVEALS PLANS TO MISSILE STRIKE U.S. BASES IN QATAR, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES AND AFGHANISTAN

IRANIAN ARMY GENERAL GOES ON TV; REVEALS PLANS TO MISSILE STRIKE U.S. BASES IN QATAR, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES AND AFGHANISTAN
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A leader in the Iranian Revolutionary Guards publicly told Iranian TV viewers on their evening news, that Iran is preparing to hit US bases in Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Afghanistan.   He also pointed out that the base at Al-Dhafra is only 300 kilometers from Iran and said "our missiles will reach these bases."

The map below shows the location of US military bases around Iran:

General Amir Ali Hajizadeh is the commander of the cavalry force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards.  Appearing on TV news, the General makes clear what Iran intends to do.  Here's video proof:

 

In the meantime, Iranian tanks, armored troop carriers and other heavy weapons were video recorded on the roads in Abadan, Iran near the Kuwait and Iraq borders. The scalable map below shows the area:

The video below shows the Iranian military hardware moving toward the Basrah Bridge:

 If those troops cross into Iraq via the Basrah Bridge, they could physically attack the US base at Basrah within hours.

 

Whatever Iran is thinking, if their plans include actual attacks on US bases, they will consign their entire nation to the ash heap of history.

 

 

 

 

 

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    David Oates · 3 months ago
    The Zionut Neocons have their man Donald Trump in place. He has shown he will do whatever they request, he has to repay Sheldon Adelson for the $200 million donation to his campaign fund. Do you actually think D.T. picked Bolton and Pompeo all by himself?
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    Paul Lambert · 3 months ago
    There is good and there is evil in this world. Why have people lost that very basic lesson??!
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      Gregg Walker · 3 months ago
      Because they’ve forgotten the Law of Yehovah.
      We kicked God and prayer out of our schools nearly 50 years ago. Our churches have told us the Law is done.


      Abortion, perversion, wars, murders, child abuse, Terrorism, etc. have all crept in and taken over this once blessed land.
      We’ve had our own brand of evil and we export it to the world - many times at the point of a gun.

      The fate is is the same for all nations who turn their backs on the God of Israel.

      It is just about time to stick a fork in us...
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    Paul Lambert · 3 months ago
    I wish I could trade places. Too many of you natural born Americans are just traitors to your country. I don't believe you give a fuck about Iran, Israel or your own country. You just flatter yourselves thinking that by siding with the enemy (i.e., fucking Muslim countries that shoudn't exist) that it makes you more intellectual or deeper thinkers. I know better. In practice, you are entitled to your opinions, but morally you deserve to die.

    If only there were a way for us Europeans who believe in individual freedom, capitalism and freedom of expression could move to America, and you traitors who spit on your own Israel and the Jews, and who blame America for everything could move to Europe where you belong with the rest of the garbage wrapped in human skin, things would be so much better.

    Alas, that is not the case. If those of you in America don't smarten up, then I have no sympathy for you. Why the hell should I sit on this side of the ocean and defend the American way of life when so many Americans are so anti-patriotic? Screw yourselves!

    Granted, there are plenty of good Americans, like Hal Turner himself, that deserve my sympathy. Freedom for freedom lovers! Slavery for freedom's enemies. Anyone siding with Iran deserves to be fucked out of America.

    The irony is sickening that someone from outside of America has to be a better defender of America than some native-born Americans. You are so fucking ungrateful!

    This is not a dig at decent Americans. To those to whom this applies, you know who you are. God bless those Americans who still believe in liberty! You need to tell your own countrymen where they stand!
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      Gregg Walker · 3 months ago
      Paul, You are SO right. Many of us conservatives in America agree with you.
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        Paul Lambert · 3 months ago
        Thanks, Gregg - and I apologise for my language in that post. I will try not to fly off the handle like that again.
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    Robert Moriarty · 3 months ago
    I count 32 American bases surrounding Iran. There are no Iranian bases surrounding the US. American has been committing acts of war against Iran on behalf of Israel for years. Is the US really the victim here?

    Iran has not attacked the US. Iran is not at war with the US while the US is indeed at war with Iran. Given that the US hasn't won a war since WW II against anything bigger than a girl scout troop maybe one more war on behalf of Israel is a really stupid idea.

    Iran has an absolute right of self defense and all it will take is a video of one of those US carriers with 5,000 sailors on board floating bottom side up for the US to realize what a bad idea it is to have a 5th column running our foreign and defense policy. Treason is one of only three crimes defined in the Constitution and after the US has suffered yet another defeat, perhaps some military tribunals might clean up the mess.
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      Paul Lambert · 3 months ago
      I don't know. If an incorrigible criminal in prison had 32 guards surrounding him to make sure that he did not behave like the wild jackass he his, I might not be too upset.

      Really, while it might be a bit utopian, how can anyone not want, in theory anyway, for the United States not to wipe out every single anti-capitalist, anti-freedom country on earth? I sincerly don't get you people who think this world large enough for freedom AND Islam AND socialism.

      This isn't a dig at you personally either, Robert. I really am curious how you square that circle. If you are against freedom, then I get it, but otherwise, I am lost. Fill me in, if you wish.
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        Robert Moriarty · 3 months ago
        Paul:

        There is indeed one incorrigible criminal state in the Middle East armed with illegal weapons of mass destruction. The Goldstone report put up in 2009 showed they had committed 34 individual war crimes.
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          Paul Lambert · 3 months ago
          Another pivot, Robert.

          You are free do discuss the rather dubious Goldstone Report if you like, but that does not address the issue of American bases near Iran.

          Not telling you what you can and can't write about. Just asking for some focus.
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    Gregg Walker · 3 months ago
    If Iran is truly going forward with this, they probably have guarantees from other nations to have help.
    The US may be crumbling but can still do a lot of damage.

    I’m sure N. Korea would jump in, maybe Turkey, Syria, Afghanistan and our many loving southern neighbors.

    I would expect Russia and China to sit back and watch before delivering a death blow.

    Or or this could be more blustering from Iran.
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    Gregg Walker · 3 months ago
    How dare those Iranians surround all our bases with their country! They are almost as bad as Russia with that.
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      Paul Lambert · 3 months ago
      OK, another one. Your attitude has been noticed.
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    Bonnie Harvey · 3 months ago
    You're having a bad day, Hal, and you still aced it. Thank you and Father's covering as you heal.
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    Reginald Fischer · 3 months ago
    The Iranians may start by attacking through proxies - Hezbollah, Hamas, sleeper cells in the US. Or the US and Israel may start by arranging a false flag attack and blaming the Iranians. You know, like the Gulf of Tonkin incident kicked off the Vietnam War.
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      Ronald Cordova · 3 months ago
      "Or the US and Israel may start by arranging a false flag attack and blaming the Iranians." That would be my take n the situation. There is absolutely no reason for Iran to attack US bases. But then again, when America runs around all over the world like a rabid dog, putting sanctions on every Nation that doesn't agree with her, that is an act of war.
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        Gregg Walker · 3 months ago
        Ronald, I agree. Even if Iran is serious, our side might kill a bunch of our own with a ff and then pre-empt an attack. That might catch Iran by surprise before they are really ready.

        Of course that means our troops are sitting ducks used as pawns. Makes me sick.
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    Wayne Burden · 3 months ago
    Why in the world would an Iranian general go on national TV and announce their so-called plans to attack us?? Makes no sense unless they’re trying to goad us into attacking first... that way they can show the world what an evil Satan we are. On the other hand, if we don’t take them seriously, and they Do attack, then we’re caught with our pants down. Our leaders need our prayers and the wisdom of Solomon.
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      Ronald Cordova · 3 months ago
      The wisdom of Solomon for POTUS is get out of the Middle East.
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        Wayne Burden · 3 months ago
        Yes, getting out of the Middle East sounds like a good and simple solution, but it’s much more complicated than that. Israel is our Allie in that region of the world. The U.S. has close connections with that nation from a historic Judeo-Christian perspective. If we pull out of the M.E. totally the Arabs will have them for lunch. No, wisdom from a higher power is needed and it is very presumptuous of us to glibly throw out simplistic solutions to very complex international problems.
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    Margaret Schmidt · 3 months ago
    According to that military base map, we certainly have them surrounded/cornered. It looks rather pathetic, actually - no contest. Many of the Iranians are good people. Prayers for all involved.
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    Steve Garman · 3 months ago
    In my mind the wildcard is not so much what Iran plans to do, but what China and Russia (and Israel) intend to do if Iran does something. While it would appear to be shear stupidity to announce your intentions ahead of time, maybe they know something that is giving them reason for the bravado.

    I'm not convinced that they are the pushover everyone seems to think they are...
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    Bertram Amick · 3 months ago
    Ain't that great ......Iran is sharing their attack tactics and strategy , great guys, ya don't see those U.S. guys doing that ..........
    Don't be too hard on those U.S. guys , they go over to a country and try to teach them how to speak english and the Amerikan way, then actually INVITE the to come live in the U.S. ....send them to school, pay their medical, feed and cloth them .........gee, what a great country.........................ran by a bunch of STUPID BASTARDS.
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    Frank Anast · 3 months ago
    Just look at all those base locations. What the hell are we doing with all these military bases around the world? Just look at this number in the Middle East alone. This country has provoked more wars in the last 70 years than all other nations combined. Does anyone else think that it's time to come home and mind our own business?
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      Really · 3 months ago
      I agree, to some extent. Some of those 'bases' they show are not much more than 50 or so folks and a HQ. Some are bigger. The concept of having bases spread out is so that it would be hard to destroy the organization. If our military was 'home', it would be akin to Pearl Harbor.
      As for provoking war, that is a matter of opinion. Did the US provoke the Balkan war of the 90's? We went there to try and stop the slaughter of the Muslims. It would be nice if the US wasn't the worlds' policeman, Genocide was extinct and warlords didn't enslave school girls. It is not possible to mind our own business, the world is built on trade. Minding our own business is not an option.
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      Mark R Ensign · 3 months ago
      My thoughts precisely, Frank.
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      Frank Brady · 3 months ago
      Absolutely!
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    jack marsicano · 3 months ago
    ''they will consign their entire nation to the ash heap of history.''
    Looks like that will happen no matter what they do.
    they are slated to destruction,