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Iran's Retaliation For The Loss Of Its Beloved General

By ohomen171 follow ohomen171   2020 Jan 4, 10:55am 304 views   12 comments   watch   nsfw   quote   share    


#iranretaliationIran’s Retaliation For The Loss Of Is Beloved General
My readers I am not going to make a specific prediction on how Iran will retaliate. Rest assured that payback is coming.
Let us get something straight before we begin to look into the minds of the Iranian planners as follows:
1) Wars burn cash at a startling speed. Iran’s oil provides 10% of its GDP. If Iran loses its oil production capabilities or its ability to transport oil, its cash dries up and what happens afterwards is dire. Iran will find itself without oil, gas, etc. to keep the economy going. “The natives are already restless there.” If the economy totally collapses, there will be social unrest on a level that could bring about a forceful regime change like what happened in 1979.
2) Rest assured that China, India and Japan are right now madly scrambling around for other sources of oil; already anticipating that oil shipments from Iran will stop.
3) Russia and China are not going to start World War III over an Iran vs US/Israel/Saudi Arabia battle. The Russians will use such a conflict to make money supplying Iran with arms, technology etc. and with the increase in the price of oil.
Now let us put ourselves into the shoes of the Iranian military planners deciding what action to take. Please do not underestimate these people or laugh at them. They control the 14th largest military machine in the world. At first, they will feel enraged. They will want to make some grand move like sinking a US aircraft carrier lurking near Iran.
Then cooler heads will prevail. If I were in their place, I would employ the principle of “Plausible Deniability.” They are going to make some moves that cannot be easily traced back to Iran. But people will strongly suspect that Iran is behind these actions. Here are some possibilities as follows:
1) Some cleverly-hidden cyberattacks that make life miserable for people in the US that could include taking down the air traffic control system (I saw this done in Argentina some years ago. It is possible.) Taking down the banking system. Taking down the electricity grid. Launching massive and crippling Ransomware attacks.
2) Terrorist attacks are an option. They will need to be cautious here. The US, Britain, Europe, Russia, etc. have gotten much better at stopping such attacks.
3) Use of a nuclear weapon comes to mind. We assume that the Iranian nuclear program has not advanced to the level of building an actual war head. We cannot be 100% sure of this. Iran also could buy a nuclear warhead “off the shelf” from some Pakistanis sympathetic with their Muslim brothers or from money-hungry Kim Jun Un. Such a warhead would not be delivered by an aircraft or a missile. It would be smuggled into some country by terrorists and detonated in a big city. Please read a most-interesting book The Right of Boom. It describes a hypothetical nuclear terrorist attack. Most disturbing is that six months after the detonation of the nuclear weapon, the best scientific minds in the US could not figure out the origin of the nuclear device with the explosive yield of the Hiroshima bomb.
4) Assassination of US leaders
My conclusion is these few words: “Get ready for a rough, expensive, and painful ride.”
1   Tenpoundbass   ignore (15)   2020 Jan 4, 12:55pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

ohomen171 says
My conclusion is these few words: “Get ready for a rough, expensive, and painful ride.”


The opportunist Cowards in Washington have been kissing Iran's ass for decades. While blaming the Jew and Saudi Arabia as cover. Yet now they admit they could have taken out Captain Salami anytime, and they knew he was responsible for Bengahzi. They didn't retaliate because they were afraid Iran would retaliate. But Obama saw fit to send Iran pallets of cash, so this could keep happening.

Let me tell you something. The pundits all claimed that Saddam Huesien was going to cook our shit in Iraq, that petered out quick didn't it?
2   Tenpoundbass   ignore (15)   2020 Jan 4, 12:58pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

I would warn all of the Commie Fucks and Mullah Dick Suckers to heed, they have most Patriot Americans at this point in History. Seething fucking mad.
We would love to use Iraq as an example of just what we would do to Commies, if they try to take over America. We're not punks. But we are Red Blooded seething mad as hell, and putting an end to Iran, would be just one more fucking thing we wouldn't have to worry about.

The Liberals and the Establishment has worked us up, Iran would not withstand a week of our ANGER and resentment of the Iranian regimes NWO handlers.
4   marcus   ignore (12)   2020 Jan 4, 1:38pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

TenPoundBass says
The pundits all claimed that Saddam Huesien was going to cook our shit in Iraq, that petered out quick didn't it?


No, actually many of the pundits said it would a cake walk and that Bush #1 should have just easily finished the job. Apparently that's what his son thought too.


5   E-man   ignore (0)   2020 Jan 4, 1:44pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

marcus says
ohomen171 says
The pundits all claimed that Saddam Huesien was going to cook our shit in Iraq, that petered out quick didn't it?


No, actually many of the pundits said it would a cake walk and that Bush #1 should have just easily finished the job. Apparently that's what his so thought. :




Ohomen711 didn’t say that. It was TPB. It was a mistake going into Iraq, but there was a conspiracy about us going into Iraq to save the petrodollar.

With respect to Iran, it’s too early to tell how this will escalate. We’re all going along for the ride here. It’s beyond our control.
6   TEOTWAWKI   ignore (5)   2020 Jan 4, 1:50pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

ohomen171 says
Most disturbing is that six months after the detonation of the nuclear weapon, the best scientific minds in the US could not figure out the origin of the nuclear device with the explosive yield of the Hiroshima bomb.


LOL. Nobody would do any "scientific inquiry": if such a device is detonated in an US city there will be two or three glass parking lots where rogue nuclear nations used to be. And much closer to six hours than "six month". Iran's and NK's names are guaranteed on that list.
7   Tenpoundbass   ignore (15)   2020 Jan 4, 2:01pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

marcus says
No, actually many of the pundits said it would a cake walk and that Bush #1 should have just easily finished the job. Apparently that's what his son thought too.


Iraq was over before it started. We stayed there because Iran. That's 20 years we could have just taken Iran out in another week and been done with the whole fucking thing.
There would have never been Isis, and pallets of cash and all of that. No refugees in Europe in America destroying the fabric of their National identity to usher in a World Government. Trump fucked a lot of shit up, I get it, but the jig is up.
8   Ceffer   ignore (5)   2020 Jan 4, 2:06pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

ohomen171 says
ran's Retaliation For The Loss Of Its Beloved General


News Flash: he wasn't "beloved".
9   marcus   ignore (12)   2020 Jan 4, 2:36pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

E-man says
Ohomen711 didn’t say that. It was TPB.


I must have hit the wrong quote button. User error. But possibly the quote from the OP or from a different comment shouldn't work.
12   HEYYOU   ignore (47)   2020 Jan 6, 1:33pm     ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Tickles me that RepCons celebrate some Muslims death & fail to protect Republicans from some 2nd Amendment Solution mass shooters.
Any RepCon here could be shot & killed today or get a call that their loved one's were killed in a mass shooting.
Thought & prayers as your loved one's die.

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