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WHITE HOUSE INSIDER: War with Iran planned by Trump, to occur in the Fall of 2019

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Why is it no other country imposes embargoes or trade sanctions except the US? How long will the rest of the world stand by and watch the US just take over one country at a time?
I can’t believe tptb are this short sighted to be honest with you. This is all going to backfire, just a matter of time.

You think China is going to bow down to our demands to not buy Iranian oil?
 

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Oh, I get it! This is one of them onion spoof threads! Yeah I'm a little slow but eventually I catch on.
Keep at it, so far so good!


You guys remember this one?

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You think China is going to bow down to our demands to not buy Iranian oil?
I don't think it would China bowing down to the US, it would be China accommodating their technology transfer partner and One Road partner - can you guess who that is?
 

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Someday all these wars will come to an end. Rome will once again fall. What if Iran SA, Jordan and Lebanon declared Israel a terrorist organization? They then have the right to invade? Why is it no other country imposes embargoes or trade sanctions except the US? How long will the rest of the world stand by and watch the US just take over one country at a time?
I'm pretty sure Russia doesn't just sit by while the US invades Iran.
This being the crux of the zionists hypocrisy. The US empire, like all empires that have gone beforehand, has been insidiously infiltrated once more through a covert takeover of Congress. The USA does not want to really rule the world due to the cost that has befallen previous attempts throughout the ages, rather, an objective of the Pharisees and money changers is to use the US to do its dirty work for them. Whether it be Zion or the Jesuits are yet to be seen.

In stark contrast, however, surely it would be sheer folly for the Sino-Russian pact to just sit back and allow NATO to knock off its Iranian real estate, to gain control of its sovereignty and have full access to its weapon supplies.

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Iran is the new Japan. The plan is to starve the regime and hope for regime change. If that doesn’t work the regime will be forced to respond militarily...which will then give the US the justification to escalate.

Just like they did to Japan before WW2
 

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Iran is the new Japan. The plan is to starve the regime and hope for regime change. If that doesn’t work the regime will be forced to respond militarily...which will then give the US the justification to escalate.

Just like they did to Japan before WW2
We have been doing that to Venezuela for a while now. Same cast of characters. Different theater of operation.

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I can’t believe tptb are this short sighted to be honest with you. This is all going to backfire, ...
Of course it will backfire. That is part of the plan, the TPTB are anything but short sighted.

War is a business and since when has winning mattered?

Getting out with some loot, maybe. But winning? No, that is no longer needed among the super power states. More arms sales or more patriotic propaganda... "let's rally behind our troops" and all the rest that comes with that show is all that matters. And of course, it's another good distraction to prevent anyone from paying attention to the millions per second being stolen from them.

War escalations are the best distraction. What better way to slide into the next depression. But what about MAGA, you say? DOA is what I said before, nothing's improved since.
 

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Iran is the new Japan. The plan is to starve the regime and hope for regime change. If that doesn’t work the regime will be forced to respond militarily...which will then give the US the justification to escalate.

Just like they did to Japan before WW2
The difference is before WW2, Japan had a powerful (and combat experienced) army, navy and air force that was on par with many nations in the world.

Iran has a bunch of cobbled-together Soviet era stuff and black market hand-me-downs...
 

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The difference is before WW2, Japan had a powerful (and combat experienced) army, navy and air force that was on par with many nations in the world.

Iran has a bunch of cobbled-together Soviet era stuff and black market hand-me-downs...
That is true. But this is not a war they want to "win" in the sense of liberation. This is not WW2 France.

While many of the business leaders are in Europe somewhere, the ME is the core market sector of the business model, it needs to remain on script.

This is the MIC's bread and butter. You take away too many counter-parts in the equation and your business model starts to break down. Iran can in no way be conquered. It will also not be liberated.

War is very possible, but think more along the lines of the Afghanistan arrangements, that model has churned the most money into the mafias, MIC and other PTB controlled interests.
 

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Doubt war with Iran is imminent.

But Trump seems committed to intervention in the region, war with Iran by proxy.

He VETOED the bi-partisan war powers resolution, continuing the illegal saudi led war in Yemen, despite Congress seeking to re-assert their constitutional role. Just more evidence Trump does not recognize the separation of powers, or much else in the constitution.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/...ution-ending-u-s-role-in-saudi-led-yemen-war/
Bipartisan Group Urges Trump to Reject Globalists, Sign Historic War Powers Resolution Ending U.S. Role in Saudi-Led Yemen War

20 million Yemenis food insecure due to warAFP
MATTHEW BOYLE4 Apr 2019Washington, D.C.271
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A bipartisan group of lawmakers has banded together, urging President Donald Trump to sign into law the historic War Powers Resolution that hit his desk on Thursday and reject a push from globalist forces for him to veto it.

The Democrat-led House of Representatives on Thursday joined the GOP-led U.S. Senate in passing a War Powers Resolution for the first time in the nation’s history on the U.S. role in backing Saudi Arabia’s coalition in Yemen’s civil war, sending a War Powers Resolution to the desk of a president.

The War Powers Act passed into law over a presidential veto from then-President Richard Nixon–Congress overrode Nixon’s veto amid national anxiety with war in the wake of the lengthy and unpopular Vietnam War in 1973. It aimed to restrict the powers of the president and keep war-making authority where the founding fathers intended it when they gave that power to Congress in Article I of the U.S. Constitution.

Never since has either chamber of Congress passed a War Powers Resolution reining in the president’s war-making powers since 1973’s passage of the law over Nixon’s veto, until now: Both the House and Senate have passed the War Powers Resolution with regard to the United States’ role in backing Saudi Arabia’s coalition in Yemen’s civil war.

The U.S. involvement, which began illegally under now former President Barack Obama’s administration and has continued–though it has been somewhat rolled back–under the Trump administration, has encompassed refueling of Saudi bomber jets, targeting assistance, and other U.S. actions in the war that have not received approval from Congress.

In the beginning of 2018, a nonpartisan grassroots coalition of unlikely allies from both the right and the left came together to push for a War Powers Resolution reining in the executive branch on the Yemen civil war. The first go-around was unsuccessful in the Senate, but later in 2018, after the midterm elections, the Senate succeeded in passing the measure backed by Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), a Vermont Independent who caucuses with Democrats, Mike Lee (R-UT), and Chris Murphy (D-CT).

In 2019, the effort passed again. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), another leading force behind the effort and a top ally of President Trump, said in an interview with Breitbart News that it was an “extraordinary moment” when it passed the Senate because Congress had never passed anything like this before. Much of this same loosely-aligned nonpartisan coalition, which Democratic Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) has also been leading as he laid out in an interview with Breitbart News this week, has been backing Trump’s efforts to withdraw from Syria and Afghanistan and to negotiate for peace with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

Now that the bill is on its way to Trump’s desk, the president is presented with a unique choice on this front. He could veto it, as many in the establishment seem to be pushing for him to do, or he could buck the D.C. establishment and sign the bill into law–which would be yet another historic win for the coalition that has against all odds turned American foreign policy on its head in just over a year.

Trump has vetoed one bill so far as president: an effort by Congress to roll back his emergency declaration on the U.S. border with Mexico. Congress failed to overturn his veto. While he has used the veto before, as have other presidents, no president ever has ever signed a War Powers Resolution into law.

Trump, who likes to be first and historic, would be able to say–if he embraces this bill and signs it–that he was the first president in U.S. history to ever sign anything like it into law. Politically speaking, it would be very popular in his re-election as well, as this issue–ending endless wars–was a central theme of his 2016 campaign and is a central theme of many of his potential opponents in 2020.

Several congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle–including Republicans and top Trump allies like Sen. Paul and Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL)–have signed a letter to President Trump on Thursday urging him to sign this bill into law. The lawmakers wrote to Trump:

As a bipartisan, bicameral group of lawmakers, we respectfully ask you to sign into law Senate Joint Resolution 7, which invokes the War Powers Act of 1973 to end unauthorized U.S. military participation in the Saudi-led coalition’s armed conflict against Yemen’s Houthi forces, initiated in 2015 by the Obama Administration. The passage of this landmark legislation would help advance the aims of your December 6, 2017 directive, which requested that Saudi Arabia “completely allow food, fuel, water, and medicine to reach the Yemeni people who desperately need it.” Unfortunately, the Saudi-led coalition’s imposition of an air-land-and-sea blockade as part of its war against Yemen’s Houthis has continued to prevent the unimpeded distribution of these vital commodities, contributing to the suffering and death of vast numbers of civilians throughout the country. Senate Joint Resolution 7 codifies your administration’s November 2018 decision to halt midair refueling operations for Saudi-led coalition airstrikes, and terminates other unauthorized hostilities initiated by the Obama Administration, such as targeting assistance. The legislation under your consideration for presidential signature has no bearing on U.S. weapons sales to the Saudi Kingdom. We believe the signing of this bill into law would send a powerful signal to the Saudi-led coalition to bring the four-year-old war to a close, thereby ending the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, which has pushed 10 million Yemenis to the brink of famine.

They argue in the letter that Trump could reject the “resistance” within his administration by “some of your subordinates” who are working against him regularly if he backs this new pathway forward.

“Both during your campaign and presidency, you have spoken out against a bipartisan tendency to be drawn into costly and never-ending conflicts across the globe and its devastating impacts for American service members and taxpayers,” the group of members who signed the letter wrote to Trump on Thursday. “You have also expressed public frustration over the resistance by some of your subordinates within the Executive Branch to your efforts to challenge this consensus.”

The members also woite that if Trump signs this bill into law instead of listening to the globalists pushing him to veto it, he would see a “new precedent for cooperation” among both Republicans and Democrats on Capitol Hill in “both chambers of Congress.”

In other words, especially among the Democrat signers of this letter, they are saying if Trump rejects the globalists on this and stands on principle with those pushing to end the Yemen war he would gain an enormous amount of respect from even Democrats willing to work with him on this and perhaps many other issues.

For a president who has been mired in investigation after investigation, this could be music to his ears: He’s now got a shot at working in good faith with Democrats on an issue set they largely agree on: ending endless foreign wars. The letter continued:

We believe that by signing this historic legislation to terminate an unconstitutional war that predates your presidency, you will set a new precedent for cooperation with both chambers of Congress to overcome such entrenched opposition to foreign-policy restraint,” the letter continued. We also hope that such a partnership between the President and Congress to end U.S. involvement in the Saudi-led coalition’s war against Yemen’s Houthis can serve as a bipartisan springboard to achieve our shared interest in responsibly drawing down needless conflicts throughout the world, such as ongoing U.S. military interventions in Afghanistan and Syria.

The members conclude by asking Trump for a meeting as soon as possible to discuss this matter.

“We respectfully ask for a meeting with you at your earliest convenience to discuss this legislation and the promising opportunities that can emerge from its passage,” the members wrote.

Signers of this latest letter include Khanna, Lee, Paul, Gaetz, Sanders, and Reps. Mark Pocan (D-WI), Pramila Jayapal (D-WA), Barbara Lee (D-CA), and Thomas Massie (R-KY).

While several in the media have suggested Trump may veto the bill, the New York Times reported on Thursday evening that it is thus far unclear whether Trump will.

Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA), the Democratic lawmaker who organized this letter, said in a quote provided to Breitbart News that he is hopeful the president will stick with his instincts on war like he’s doing with Afghanistan and Syria and sign this bill into law.

“Famine is not an inevitability – it can and it must be prevented before it gets any worse,” Khanna said. “This is a letter sent in good faith, and I’m hopeful the president recognizes that this is a humanitarian issue, like he has done in Syria and Afghanistan, rather than a political one.”

Khanna previously conducted an exclusive interview with Breitbart News on this topic, in which he openly pushed for a bipartisan meeting to work with Trump on these matters. Presumably, if such a meeting happened, signers of this letter are just some of the Democrats who would be willing to work with the president on this front.
 

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Iran has warned U.S. forces for the third time in 72 hours to cease any further advance into the Persian Gulf, predicting catastrophic outcomes if they do not retreat.

An Iranian cleric first cautioned the USS Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group now gathering in the region could be destroyed with ease.

“Their billion [-dollar] fleet can be destroyed with one missile,” Ayatollah Yousef Tabatabai Nejad was quoted as saying by the ISNA news agency after Friday prayers in Isfahan, according to Reuters.

This was followed by a second warning on Saturday when a top commander in Iran’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps said the United States “wouldn’t dare to launch military action against us” and cautioned of a fiery response if that happened.

Yadollah Javani, the IRGC’s deputy head for political affairs, spoke after U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo threatened a “swift and decisive” response to any attack by Iran.

On Sunday a third caution was issued by Iran, when a senior Iranian Revolutionary Guards commander said the U.S. military presence in the Gulf used to be a serious threat but now represents a target, the Iranian Students’ News Agency (ISNA) reported.

https://www.breitbart.com/middle-east/2019/05/13/another-day-another-warning-iran-says-u-s-gulf-forces-now-represent-a-target-not-a-threat/#
 

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https://twitter.com/barbarastarrcnn/status/1127960030240702464
 

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The difference is before WW2, Japan had a powerful (and combat experienced) army, navy and air force that was on par with many nations in the world.

Iran has a bunch of cobbled-together Soviet era stuff and black market hand-me-downs...
There It Is.

Japan had far superior war-making power than the US. In 1940, the fargin US Army was smaller than Portugal's. Our top pursuit plane was a Brewster Buffalo. Japan had submarine technology that would not be completely matched by the US until the 1960's... and really not even then. We never matched the underwater aircraft carriers/mini-sub Kaitans. We had torpedoes that did not work, while Japan had the Long Lance.
 

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There It Is.

Japan had far superior war-making power than the US. In 1940, the fargin US Army was smaller than Portugal's. Our top pursuit plane was a Brewster Buffalo. Japan had submarine technology that would not be completely matched by the US until the 1960's... and really not even then. We never matched the underwater aircraft carriers/mini-sub Kaitans. We had torpedoes that did not work, while Japan had the Long Lance.

The A6M zero is another great example. When Chennault smuggled details of the aircraft's performance out of China and to the Army Air Corps in the late 30's, the War Department literally thought he was insane. They didn't believe that the "nips" could field such a capable airframe.
 

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Iran was able to divert and land a US drone.

The Russians were able to scuttle the comms of a US destroyer.

China is apparently able to divert and crash US aircraft.

The battlefield has changed quite a bit since WW2.

It would be foolish to underestimate the adversary's capabilities.
 
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I pray this is fake news...

https://israeltodaynews.blogspot.com/2019/04/iran-war-planned-by-trump-2019.html

Thursday, April 18, 2019

WHITE HOUSE INSIDER: War with Iran planned by Trump, to occur in the Fall of 2019

Tactical nukes and ground invasion planned for Iran, according to whistleblower

THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2019 - ISRAEL TODAY NEWS STAFF

President Donald Trump and his inner circle are planning an extensive invasion of Iran, according to a source working in the White House.

The plan involves a ground invasion and the use of tactical nuclear weapons, in a campaign planned for the Fall of 2019. Iran will be "wiped off the map" according to the source, and the war effort is expected to cost "two and half times the Iraq War."

The war will be promoted by the news media and Trump will go right along with it, after an "expected False Flag pinned on Iran, probably something involving the boats in the Strait of Hormuz." The False Flag is an "integral part of the plan" as Iran has reportedly no desire or intent to start a war, according to the whistleblower.


Trump Administration planning war with Iran
The war plans have the White House staff "in an excited tizzy" as war-hawks like John Bolton put the "finishing touches" on the planned strike. President Trump initially showed resistance to the plan, but has since jumped on board with enthusiasm, convinced Iran is an "existential threat to Israel" and as such, a war is required to "eliminate them."

Further details have been revealed, including:

  • 100 tactical nukes will be used to eliminate the Iranian military.
  • 120,000 U.S. ground troops will be used in the invasion.
  • France, the U.K., Canada, Saudi Arabia and Israel are expected to join a "coalition" in support of the war.
  • CIA assets and counter-intel efforts have been ramped-up over the past year in preparation.
  • A "False Flag" is being prepared to be used before the war with Iran.
  • Propaganda is being prepped by White House and Israeli counterparts.
  • Israel will support the effort and Benjamin Netanyahu was reportedly "smiling ear to ear" during a recent meeting with John Bolton.
  • There are concerns Trump's "base" may resist or criticize the efforts, so further propaganda efforts are being made to "shore up support" for the war.
  • Expected casualties range between 1.2 Million and 2 Million Iranians and 5,000 US troops.

Due to President Trump's close relationship with Jared Kushner, a sense of "sober import" has been placed on the war effort, which is being as a fulfillment of "Jewish prophecy" within White House circles. Many in the White House believe Jared Kushner is the "Messiah" or Jewish "Moshiach" who cannot attain his "throne" until Iran is wiped out.

The White House source is a high level official who has been right about many other things in the past, and their identity has been verified.

Further information on the war with Iran is revealed in the video below:





The information in this article was provided to David Goldberg, a Jewish advocate and fellow at the Jewish Center for Antisemitic Study, by a former White House employee only known by the name of "Isabel". Her story has been aired on Mr. Goldberg's YouTube channel, and she continues to provide valuable information about what is going on in the Trump White House.

Antisemitic attacks against Mr. Goldberg continue, and are documented in his video series. Efforts to block this information and shut down the social media accounts of Mr. Goldberg continue to be an issue.
Fake news!!
 

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Iran was able to divert and land a US drone.

The Russians were able to scuttle the comms of a US destroyer.

China is apparently able to divert and crash US aircraft.

The battlefield has changed quite a bit since WW2.

It would be foolish to underestimate the adversary's capabilities.
100% agree but, don't also underestimate our own capabilities and countermeasures.
 

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"There will be no war because neither do we want a war, nor has anyone the idea or illusion it can confront Iran in the region," Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told Iran's IRNA state news agency before ending a visit to Beijing.

In Tehran, Major General Hossein Salami, the commander of the Revolutionary Guards, said on Saturday that Iran had nothing to fear from the United States, which he said was in decline, the semi-official news agency ISNA reported.

"The U.S. political system is full of cracks. Though impressive-looking, it has osteoporosis. In fact, America's story is like the World Trade Center towers that collapse with a sudden blow," Salami, known for his fiery rhetoric, was quoted as saying. He was referring to the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.

Trump has said publicly he wants to pursue a diplomatic route with Iran after ratcheting pressure on Tehran.


https://news.yahoo.com/no-war-dont-want-war-no-confront-iran-104037178.html
 

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WASHINGTON (AP) — House Democrats will hear from former CIA Director John Brennan about the situation in Iran, inviting him to speak next week amid heightened concerns over the Trump administration’s sudden moves in the region.

Brennan, an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump, is scheduled to talk to House Democrats at a private weekly caucus meeting Tuesday, according to a Democratic aide and another person familiar with the private meeting. Both were granted anonymity to discuss the meeting.

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The invitation to Brennan and Wendy Sherman, a former State Department official and top negotiator of the Iran nuclear deal, offers counterprogramming to the Trump administration’s closed-door briefing for lawmakers also planned for Tuesday on Capitol Hill. Democratic lawmakers are likely to attend both sessions.


The Trump administration recently sent an aircraft carrier and other military resources to the Persian Gulf region, and withdrew nonessential personnel from Iraq, raising alarm among Democrats and some Republicans on Capitol Hill over the possibility of a confrontation with Iran.

Trump in recent days has downplayed any potential for conflict. But questions remain about what prompted the actions, and many lawmakers have demanded more information.

Trump and Brennan have clashed openly, particularly over the issues surrounding the special counsel’s probe of Russian interference in the 2016 election. Brennan stepped down from the CIA in 2017.

The president last year said he was revoking the former spy chief’s security credentials after Brennan was critical of Trump’s interactions with Russian President Vladimir Putin at a summit in Helsinki. Top national security officials often retain their clearance after they have left an agency as a way to provide counsel to their successors. It’s unclear if Brennan actually lost his clearance.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had been asking the administration for a briefing for all lawmakers on the situation in Iran, but she said the request was initially rebuffed. The administration provided a classified briefing for leaders of both parties last week.