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SO, YOU WONDER WHERE THE ILLEGALS ARE GETTING THE MONEY TO INVADE THE USA - IRAN

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Border Patrol has found Iranian & M.E. passports in our desert along the border. M.E. foreigners caught in the round ups of ILLEGAL ALIENS trying to pass themselves off as South Americans, The biggest Iranian Embassy in South America just happens to be in Venezuela, along with a substantial embassy in Nicaragua:
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"... In 2013, Alberto Nisman, the Argentine prosecutor assigned to investigate the still-unresolved 1994 AMIA bombing case, released a 500-page report detailing the Iranian regime’s expanding influence throughout South America. According to the report, in 1982, the Iranian regime held a “Seminar on the Ideal Islamic Government” in which it decided that it would try to achieve then-Iranian Supreme Leader Ruhollah Khomeini’s vision to attain a unified, global Islamic state governed by sharia law, and approved the use of violence for its expansionist objectives. After the regime identified South America as an initial target, it planted operatives in embassies and mosques in several South American and Caribbean countries. For example, Iranian cleric Mohsen Rabbani worked at the Iranian embassy in Buenos Aires and also served as a leader at the At-Tauhid mosque in the city. Although some Iranian operatives were expelled or arrested from their respective countries, Rabbani successfully facilitated the two attacks in Buenos Aires in the 1990s, and in 1997, returned to Iran––where he remains today––without facing repercussions.
Mosques and so-called “cultural centers” throughout South America continue to serve as hubs for Iranian- and Hezbollah-linked operatives to associate, propagate their radical ideology, and generate support. According to Nisman, many of these mosques and cultural centers have received direct financial support from the Iranian regime. Some function under the direction of Iranian operatives, who operate freely in their respective countries. The Islamic Cultural Center of Brazil and Mezquita do Brás mosque in São Paulo are led by Taleb Hussein al-Khasraji, a former Iranian government employee who is now a naturalized Brazilian citizen. The Iranian cleric Seyed Javad Ebrahimi was reportedly appointed imam of the Imán Mahdi mosque in Santiago, Chile, by Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei himself."...
"...Unfortunately, governments are turning a blind eye as Iran and Hezbollah continue to make inroads across South America. Known Hezbollah operatives continue to reside freely in Brazil and Paraguay, and Peru failed to prosecute Hamdar for terrorism. Not only has Argentina failed to implicate anyone for the 1994 AMIA bombing, but Nisman accused its government of attempting to collude with the Iranian regime on the investigation in exchange for trade concessions. Nisman’s claims resulted in his death a day before he was due to present evidence in court."...

More here: https://www.counterextremism.com/blog/iranian-influence-south-america
 

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The world has every reason to want to destroy America. Our politicians (the ones we elected) have trashed and bashed other countries for hundreds of years. Americans are stupid to think we don't have the targets of the world on our backs! Payback is a bitch!
 

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The world has every reason to want to destroy America. Our politicians (the ones we elected) have trashed and bashed other countries for hundreds of years. Americans are stupid to think we don't have the targets of the world on our backs! Payback is a bitch!
Most people can't recognize that fact AND very few have the balls to say it ! Thanks for bringing it forward. :holding hands:
 

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But I thought Iran's economy was in the tank and they had no money, so, where would they come up with the funds for this game?

I believe there are passports etc, there are all kinds of stuff, that is 'left behind', in the desert, but that Iran funds all of 'em???

naw, may be they're bit players, but they ain't the king-pins
 

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Border Patrol has found Iranian & M.E. passports in our desert along the border. M.E. foreigners caught in the round ups of ILLEGAL ALIENS trying to pass themselves off as South Americans, The biggest Iranian Embassy in South America just happens to be in Venezuela, along with a substantial embassy in Nicaragua:
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"... In 2013, Alberto Nisman, the Argentine prosecutor assigned to investigate the still-unresolved 1994 AMIA bombing case, released a 500-page report detailing the Iranian regime’s expanding influence throughout South America. According to the report, in 1982, the Iranian regime held a “Seminar on the Ideal Islamic Government” in which it decided that it would try to achieve then-Iranian Supreme Leader Ruhollah Khomeini’s vision to attain a unified, global Islamic state governed by sharia law, and approved the use of violence for its expansionist objectives. After the regime identified South America as an initial target, it planted operatives in embassies and mosques in several South American and Caribbean countries. For example, Iranian cleric Mohsen Rabbani worked at the Iranian embassy in Buenos Aires and also served as a leader at the At-Tauhid mosque in the city. Although some Iranian operatives were expelled or arrested from their respective countries, Rabbani successfully facilitated the two attacks in Buenos Aires in the 1990s, and in 1997, returned to Iran––where he remains today––without facing repercussions.
Mosques and so-called “cultural centers” throughout South America continue to serve as hubs for Iranian- and Hezbollah-linked operatives to associate, propagate their radical ideology, and generate support. According to Nisman, many of these mosques and cultural centers have received direct financial support from the Iranian regime. Some function under the direction of Iranian operatives, who operate freely in their respective countries. The Islamic Cultural Center of Brazil and Mezquita do Brás mosque in São Paulo are led by Taleb Hussein al-Khasraji, a former Iranian government employee who is now a naturalized Brazilian citizen. The Iranian cleric Seyed Javad Ebrahimi was reportedly appointed imam of the Imán Mahdi mosque in Santiago, Chile, by Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei himself."...
"...Unfortunately, governments are turning a blind eye as Iran and Hezbollah continue to make inroads across South America. Known Hezbollah operatives continue to reside freely in Brazil and Paraguay, and Peru failed to prosecute Hamdar for terrorism. Not only has Argentina failed to implicate anyone for the 1994 AMIA bombing, but Nisman accused its government of attempting to collude with the Iranian regime on the investigation in exchange for trade concessions. Nisman’s claims resulted in his death a day before he was due to present evidence in court."...

More here: https://www.counterextremism.com/blog/iranian-influence-south-america

Good Lord I’ve heard it all now. You believe the official 9/11 story I bet ....I think they found some Iranian passports in the rubble as well.

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But I thought Iran's economy was in the tank and they had no money, so, where would they come up with the funds for this game?

I believe there are passports etc, there are all kinds of stuff, that is 'left behind', in the desert, but that Iran funds all of 'em???

naw, may be they're bit players, but they ain't the king-pins
Bathhouse Barry sent them planeloads of cash. Remember?

I also recall a fictional book I read many years ago, and the plot culmination was an engineered invasion of America's southern border by hordes of people from the ME and everywhere else.

Fiction is now truth!

Treasure
by Clive Cussler

The Dirk Pitt® Series

Original publication date: 1988 by Putnam

The "treasure" that Pitt seeks, against all the odds, is none other than the Great Library and Museum of Alexandria, the chief wonder of the ancient world, containing an incredible mass of literature, art and knowledge, from the complete works of Homer and the golden coffin of Alexander the Great to priceless charts of lost gold, mineral and oil deposits that could change the balance of power in the world today...
The loss of the library, burned in 391 A.D., has been considered by scholars one of the world's great tragedies, but when Dirk Pitt discovers that the most precious part of it was saved and hidden, the race is on to recover its secrets - a race that involves a deadly plot which could unseat the friendly governments of Egypt and Mexico, expose America to invasion, economic collapse and political blackmail, destroy Israel, and plunge a large part of the world back into savage barbarism.
 
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Bathhouse Barry sent them planeloads of cash. Remember?
Right but their economy has been shut down for about 3 years now and running a country isn't cheap and there are sanctions that just got tighter and their oil now floats on the sea in the belly of a ship

It's possible, certainly, but I see more of a George Soros type activity happening here and perhaps he's dragged Iran into the mix, maybe they're acting on their own, i just don't see them having the 'fluidity' to perform a 'financial leadership role' in this 'attack' at our border

What did I read a few days ago, Soros and one of the Koch brothers are set to co-mingle some of their philanthropy funds to 'help' some "fortunate" people...those two have at their disposal more funds than Iran has probably ever had at any one point in time

at least that's my take from where i sit

really, idk any more than anyone else...
 

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Our politicians (the ones we elected)
At least we 'believe' we elected them.

Knowing what I do about recent election shenanigans (fraud) I wonder if 'we the people' haven't been sold an election fantasy?

There's a utube video wherein they examine the possibility of hacking the 'new' electronic voting machines. After it was proven they could be hacked... one of the gals broke down crying in disbelief that everything we hold dear about 'America the land of the free and the home of the brave' was a shattered myth.

We never thought it would happen here. Jimmie Carter went to 3rd world nations to monitor voting and to expose voting fraud. It wasn't even on our radar that he merely needed to stay right here at home to do it.

Voting fraud has been going on in the US for a very long time.
 

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Good Lord I’ve heard it all now. You believe the official 9/11 story I bet ....I think they found some Iranian passports in the rubble as well.

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This is BS. Iran is not paying for Africans, Mexicans and Central Americans to come into America illegally. That’s Deep State propaganda to get public support for an attack on Iran.

Soros is the enemy, not Iran.
 

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It costs very little to mess with your head, you throw out some Al Ciada leaflets in the desert and the USA will spent billions investigating...Asymmetric warfare is war between belligerents whose relative military power differs significantly, or whose strategy or tactics differ significantly. This is typically a war between a standing, professional army and an insurgency or resistance movement militias who often have status of unlawful combatants. Wikipedia
 

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They don't need outside funding. Just get to the border where they can claim their piece of the 4.5 billion dollar pie. And thats just the start. While sitting in your air conditioned welcome center lounge, eating and drinking til your hearts delight compliments of the taxpayer, you will also be indoctrinated in how to apply for the lottery winnings of all benefit packages. Free housing and all that goes with it.

How do they afford to get here? Over a billion dollars in the bank settlements alone funneled to liberal groups. Holder funneled the money and guns. Now we get to fund his retirement. :)

https://dailycaller.com/2017/10/24/...-big-bank-settlement-money-to-liberal-groups/

How else would people from 3rd world shitholes drive at the border with nothing and come to the most expensive place in the world and expect to survive when they cant even speak the language most of the time?
 

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Just because you live on Lake Superior doesn't make you "superior". Why don't you ever have anything nice to say? Just way too cool and cocky for us eh'?
You spelled intelligent & wise wrong. Maybe I’ll take another break. Last time I left you & the usual meatballs were all engrossed with the Michelle Obama “Burning” necklace discussion.
Now today’s meatball sandwich is “Iran is behind the illegal immigration problem”

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got that right.


Albert Einstein could come online and mathematically prove why the beta particle can not be split and you would have the same crew debating him:

"Naaaaa, we used to split them as a kid with a 6lb maul, had to use a wedge on the gammas."

I think Mr Einstien also warned us about this thing called the NET, but noooooo, we paid no attention.

"yeah, now them kids can just get used particle accelerators on Amazon".... this is getting like cable tv. worse, its two way.
 

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You spelled intelligent & wise wrong. Maybe I’ll take another break. Last time I left you & the usual meatballs were all engrossed with the Michelle Obama “Burning” necklace discussion.
Now today’s meatball sandwich is “Iran is behind the illegal immigration problem”
Says the Old Soy Boi tv head.

 

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Just because you live on Lake Superior doesn't make you "superior". Why don't you ever have anything nice to say? Just way too cool and cocky for us eh'?

I’ll let you get back to your life’s work of trying to convince everyone on the forum that Michelle Obama has a penis.

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I’ll let you get back to your life’s work of trying to convince everyone on the forum that Michelle Obama has a penis.

:rotf:
I think "it" did a pretty good job, "itself" !

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Maybe I’ll take another break
Time off does wonders. Gives you a whole new perspective.

You had me smiling today. Thanks.

No matter what anyone here thinks about the Obamas, the truth is they are making mega bucks giving lectures, touring the talk show circuit, writing books, etc. They and their family members have round the clock body guards paid for by the American taxpayer. They wine and dine at world famous restaurants and watering holes. They hobnob with the rich and famous. Golf at exclusive resorts & county clubs. Their kids attend the finest schools. Could go on but I'm sure everyone gets the picture. I can also say the same thing about Bill & Hillary.

Another thing about the Obamas and the Clintons is that to my knowledge, neither they, their family members nor their businesses are under scrutiny by federal and state investigators. On the other hand, Trump, his family and his businesses are under investigation. How the investigations will pan out is anyone's guess. Just have to wait and see.

I don't recall seeing too many Obama or Clinton people being indicted / charged, tried and sentenced for criminal acts against the government but I have seen a whole lotta Trump people indicted / charged, tried, convicted and sentenced for crimes against the gov.

Really hard to understand why some people simply can't accept the truth. Maybe it has to do with hope?

They keep hoping for something that simply isn't going to happen. Keep looking for a good shepherd to lead them to lead them to greener pastures, a knight in shining armor to save them from some evil villain instead of realizing it ain't gonna happen. Better them than me.

Oh well...……onward and upward.
 

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I don't recall seeing too many Obama or Clinton people being indicted / charged, tried and sentenced for criminal acts against the government...
Well, of course they were the Leaders of the Band, and the band still plays on:
"I know NNNOThing"
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Time off does wonders. Gives you a whole new perspective.

You had me smiling today. Thanks.

No matter what anyone here thinks about the Obamas, the truth is they are making mega bucks giving lectures, touring the talk show circuit, writing books, etc. They and their family members have round the clock body guards paid for by the American taxpayer. They wine and dine at world famous restaurants and watering holes. They hobnob with the rich and famous. Golf at exclusive resorts & county clubs. Their kids attend the finest schools. Could go on but I'm sure everyone gets the picture. I can also say the same thing about Bill & Hillary.

Another thing about the Obamas and the Clintons is that to my knowledge, neither they, their family members nor their businesses are under scrutiny by federal and state investigators. On the other hand, Trump, his family and his businesses are under investigation. How the investigations will pan out is anyone's guess. Just have to wait and see.

I don't recall seeing too many Obama or Clinton people being indicted / charged, tried and sentenced for criminal acts against the government but I have seen a whole lotta Trump people indicted / charged, tried, convicted and sentenced for crimes against the gov.

Really hard to understand why some people simply can't accept the truth. Maybe it has to do with hope?

They keep hoping for something that simply isn't going to happen. Keep looking for a good shepherd to lead them to lead them to greener pastures, a knight in shining armor to save them from some evil villain instead of realizing it ain't gonna happen. Better them than me.

Oh well...……onward and upward.
I see what you see and I cannot disagree. Not enough action by the white hats over too long a time period suggests that maybe we're being led around on a leash and you might be right. The only retort I will provide Searchy is if you are right, our country is truly lost and many will die!
 

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But I thought Iran's economy was in the tank and they had no money, so, where would they come up with the funds for this game?

I believe there are passports etc, there are all kinds of stuff, that is 'left behind', in the desert, but that Iran funds all of 'em???

naw, may be they're bit players, but they ain't the king-pins
Soros. Is that the devils name? Ebola flown straight to Mexico and walked across our boarders? I do think There Is small chance Iran has nukes in the USA now. Remember something about Clinton selling port to crazy weapons dealers. Think the port is close to Cape Canaveral Florida. I'm sure the government searches all those shipping containers and Iran never bought any little nukes that were on the black market when the ussr broke up. I'm sure they would never dare get more nukes place them in key spots all over the USA. I have a place in Florida. For some reasons I spend lot of time in SE Asia. I will return some day but not too soon. I will then God willing fly away fast.
 

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Soros. Is that the devils name? Ebola flown straight to Mexico and walked across our boarders? I do think There Is small chance Iran has nukes in the USA now. Remember something about Clinton selling port to crazy weapons dealers. Think the port is close to Cape Canaveral Florida. I'm sure the government searches all those shipping containers and Iran never bought any little nukes that were on the black market when the ussr broke up. I'm sure they would never dare get more nukes place them in key spots all over the USA. I have a place in Florida. For some reasons I spend lot of time in SE Asia. I will return some day but not too soon. I will then God willing fly away fast.
By the way I like Iran. Love the food and people. If what I said happened with the nuking of many spots in the USA I would guess they are the patsy?
 

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There are lots of stories like the ones you mention, don't forget the Russians just lost a few good men who were trying to NSA some undersea cables

Cause and Effect and Affect:
I'd suggest the scenario you paint is a bit over-dramatic

you might be correct but I'd suggest probably not
you are probably a few years ahead of schedule but that's probably the one real spot we disagree on
 

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lots of probablys because idk either, just speculation from available data
 

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There are lots of stories like the ones you mention, don't forget the Russians just lost a few good men who were trying to NSA some undersea cables

Cause and Effect and Affect:
I'd suggest the scenario you paint is a bit over-dramatic

you might be correct but I'd suggest probably not
you are probably a few years ahead of schedule but that's probably the one real spot we disagree on
I do not keep up any more. One shipping container I read somewhere could launch many nuke missiles?
 

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Correct, however, looking at it in this manner, think of what the US has positioned all over the globe

Besides, from our pov, is it better to die in an initial wave or to have to survive in this strange new world where everything has been blown to pieces and there's no one around to ace bandage your broken arm?


idk but relax a bit, just keep 'stacking', stay prepared
 

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survive in this strange new world where everything has been blown to pieces and there's no one around to ace bandage your broken arm
^^^This!^^^ I'll take my chances and ace bandage my own damned arm!
 

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Correct, however, looking at it in this manner, think of what the US has positioned all over the globe

Besides, from our pov, is it better to die in an initial wave or to have to survive in this strange new world where everything has been blown to pieces and there's no one around to ace bandage your broken arm?


idk but relax a bit, just keep 'stacking', stay prepared
I don't spend much time in the USA or worrying. I did go to this beautiful island heard it had lot of nice caves. Some were very nice but sure if there was a war the locals would just turn me into the Chinese. Love the island Americans there explained just no development expected for few years and power outages every day
 

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I don't spend much time in the USA or worrying. I did go to this beautiful island heard it had lot of nice caves. Some were very nice but sure if there was a war the locals would just turn me into the Chinese. Love the island Americans there explained just no development expected for few years and power outages every day
I did love the island. Maybe try living there in couple years.
 

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^^^This!^^^ I'll take my chances and ace bandage my own damned arm!
yep but, i kinda picture that twilight zone episode where the 'reader' now has all the time in the world to read books yet he breaks his glasses and ends up sitting there and crying

LOL

Like Shooting Zombies, that won't happen either, just saying

I don't spend much time in the USA or worrying. I did go to this beautiful island heard it had lot of nice caves. Some were very nice but sure if there was a war the locals would just turn me into the Chinese. Love the island Americans there explained just no development expected for few years and power outages every day
That, right there sounds great
I could use some island time, right about now, myself

God Speed Sir!