A stronger Iran, a weaker America

09 Dec

and a region teetering on the brink

Well, ahhh, no shit?

It appears as though the whole world knows (and doesn’t care) that the deal in Geneva, with Herman doing the Kenyan’s community organizing idea of a foreign policy, was horrible for America. 

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (R) shakes hands with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif after a ceremony at the United Nations in Geneva November 24, 2013. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

We already know, our foreign policy is non-existent or spastic, at best. 

As the article states,

What happened in Geneva came after a series of steps that can only be seen as demonstrating the overwhelming will of the American president to distance himself from the region: getting out of Iraq and Afghanistan, with no tangible success; abandoning Mubarak, backing the Muslim Brothers and even turning his back on the new Egyptian regime battling radical Islam; zigzagging about Syria; and recently rumored to be conducting secret talks with Hezbollah and radical Islamic factions in Syria.

Taken together, these steps point to a deliberate strategy and game changer.

The anti-Iranian pragmatic front that united Saudi Arabia, the Gulf States and Egypt – with Israel as a silent partner – is no more. It was already seriously weakened when Obama deserted his old ally Mubarak in January 2011 and hastened his fall.

Geneva was its death knell.

I hate to tell them, but Iran (if the Kenyan gets his way) will be ruling the Middle East in ten years from now. 

Assuming they don’t nuke their neighbors first. 

In that even, the President (whomever that may be) will destroy Iran, track down and arrest the Kenyan and his allies in Government (including the Pentagon), and execute them after secret trials.  But of course, that will do those innocents who were vaporized little good.

Read more here.


Posted by on December 9, 2013 in Uncategorized


5 responses to “A stronger Iran, a weaker America

  1. rogerunited

    December 9, 2013 at 9:07 am

    What are the odds the Iran would actually nuke anybody? Israel has nukes enough for “mutually assured destruction” with Iran, and I don’t know where Pakistan is in this equation, but they have nukes too. I assume Russia doesn’t think Iran will use their nukes, the Ruskies aren’t that crazy.

    If we look at the situation from a non-US perspective, assuming Iran isn’t crazy enough to commit suicide by jew, having Iran as the dominant power in the ME can’t be any worse for the region than Saudi Arabia. Iran is much more liberal and has been a civilisation much longer than the Saudis. It could be good for the region.

    Notice I did not mention US interests, I assume those are lost by now.

    • The Soffitrat

      December 9, 2013 at 2:28 pm

      Iran? They will hold this as a negotiating tool. Like the Koreans. Who would blame them? We will continue to play the game of being the highjackee. I would expect them to carry dirty nukes into the WB and Gaza and to hit Israel that way. It will be like a hammer over the heads of the infidels. Don’t think that we won’t be worried about those weapons too. We are setting ourselves up for unnecessary troubles and expense. Why deal with them at all? Weakness has never resulted in anything good.

  2. Othinn

    December 24, 2013 at 4:07 am

    You have a great blog. However, Iran is not the problem. As you know, America is in deep trouble. The answer is not in Republicans vs Democrats. Both parties are ruled by AIPAC. Both serve the same masters. We need to fix our own house first.

    • Soffitrat

      December 24, 2013 at 1:35 pm

      No faction is innocent in the travails of the Middle East. Israel is not immune to hate and deception. Do those people do those things? Absolutely! What, then, is the answer? A Christian Jerusalem? Probably. But how? We would have to kill almost everyone. Not that this could not be accomplished. But then, what of our own faith? Where would that leave us? Not so easy. Huh?

  3. Dannyboy53

    December 25, 2013 at 11:25 am

    The problem in America, in my humble opinion, is not religious in nature as in many other areas of the world. Speaking of the Jews, I do believe there is a faction within this group of people that leave much to be desired and should be dealt with in a manner prescribed by Law! But not all Jewish people subscribe to this madness David Duke speaks of. I believe our problems are primarily driven by communism, causing the different factions to rise up against one another therefore causing a fragmented society unable to respond to this threat.

    Duke is not on the same sheet of music with many Americans, nor is he a creditable source. He is a known anti-Jewish zealot, former Klansman (Grand Wizard), former member of the National Socialist White People’s Party. He has been invited (and accepted) to give speeches in Iran on this subject. From his earliest years in Louisiana these associations have influenced his opinions and way of thinking throughout his life. He served a prison term for tax evasion and mail fraud (plead guilty by the way!). Mail fraud in the form of soliciting funds then illegally using said funds.

    Admittedly I have no proof of the following allegations I make however I believe Duke to be influenced in no small way by communist ideals. I have personally witnessed behavior on his part leading me to come to this conclusion. Yes…I am very familiar with Duke, having been born and raised in Louisiana and spending almost 18 yrs of my life as a Peace Officer. Duke, and his antics in the neighborhoods across Louisiana, are no stranger to me.

    In conclusion I will say America has a lot of skeletons hanging in her closet, no doubt about that! But I would point out theses issues are the effects and not the cause. A personal friend of mine James Simpson, living in Baltimore, MD is now a free lance writer. He is a former employer of the White House having worked during the administrations of Reagan, Bush (1) and Clinton as a budget analyst. It was during this time he started researching and writing an article on the subject of Communism at work in the United States, how it is being implemented and those directly involved. I would encourage everyone to take the time to read these articles (soon to be a book) as much has been revealed. This is a lengthy series, unless you are a serious speed reader this will not be read in an afternoon! But it is well worth the time spent.


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