Skip to comments.BREAKING: Iran parliament shooting: Several injured, one dead as explosion in Tehran
Posted on 06/07/2017 1:11:08 AM PDT by Zakeet
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Which makes you wonder “Who is funding ISIS?”
Send Bloomberg and Shannon Watts to Iran so they can implement more gun control, because obviously that’s what’s needed there.
(I wonder what Iran’s firearms laws are...)
So - ISIS “ went there’ ?
At the same time as the Wahhabists are lining up,against Qatar and Iran?
This ought te be good
Did the Saudi’s back this venture?
An attack on government is a big deal. I wonder how pissed the Iranians are now?
Arabs hate Persians.
Why we haven’t used that to our advantage is... odd.
We cosey up to the Arabs, who keep trying to kill us, and fight the Persians, who haven’t had near the attacks on us that the Saudis have.
We better care
They have nukes. And a fairly modern infrastructure.
Iran falling to ISIS means a mushroom cloud in London. Oh, and all the talking heads blaming Trump for pulling out of the Paris accords.
Trump’s fault in 3, 2...
Once the Norks figure out to to make a nuke small enough for a ballistic missile Iran will be their first customer.
I cant figure out what is going in but the sense of urgency and drama by the players lining up against Qatar is curious and disturbing
More pipeline politics ... cloaked in “ anti terrorist” high rhetoric by the same rotten establishment that developed “ Arab spring”
And we are going to get dragged in
So this is the DNC on steroids:) Having lived thru the 60’s as a kid reading and watching everything on wars, history, etc., before political correctness created a blackout on information deemed problematic to the left... and having been in the 82d Abn Div from 74-80 in one stint, I had a full knowledge of the Iranian Revolution, and anyone else watching has had the frontseat to their delcared war against American (Great Satan) and Israel (Little Satan).
Let ‘em all kill each other and let Allah sort it out.
We just need to stay out of it, and pop the popcorn.
/// I cant figure out what is going in but the sense of urgency and drama by the players lining up against Qatar is curious and disturbing ///
My interpretation: other than being soft on Iran, Saudi Arabia isn’t particularly AGAINST what Qatar has been doing... (supporting Sunni terrorism)
I think the concern is that Qatar has gotten too big for its britches and the Saudi’s want to be the ones pulling the strings, and the Qataris have been too much string pulling in Syria and Libya.
Maybe they might break bread together according to Hillary
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