ANYTIME IRAN WANTED TO it could bring chaos to the US. Teams armed with nothing more than small arms in coordinated strikes (a la Mumbai) in a mere dozen US cities over the course of 3 days would SHUT DOWN THE COUNTRY.
And yet, despite the fact that the US–acting as Israel’s attack dog–is waging acts of terrorism against Iranian citizens in arming and funding groups such as MeK, is enforcing economic sanctions against her and threatening to turn her country into a sheet of glass, nevertheless Iran has done NOTHING to retaliate, although she would have every moral and legal right to do so.
AND MEANWHILE, AT THE SAME TIME, we have dear little Israel, spying against the US, threatening to murder the US president, posing as CIA agents, attacking United States ships such as the USS LIBERTY, plotting to kill another US president at the Madrid Peace Conference in 1991, selling America’s most sensititve military technology to her enemies, hijacking her presidential and congressional elections so as to install puppet governments over the American people and embroiling America in a series of bankrupting wars that are designed to destroy her, and where are our generals warning about these ‘existential threats’ to the well being of the US?
answer–THEY ARE ON THEIR KNEES LIKE THE PAID WHORES THAT THEY ARE WORSHIPPING THIS BIBLICAL MONSTER KNOWN AS THE JEWISH STATE IN WHATEVER MANNER SHE DEMANDS.
The Daily Beast
The U.S. intelligence community is worried that mysterious assassinations and bombings aimed at Iran’s nuclear program may be spurring the Iranian leadership to pursue attacks inside the United States, according to current and former U.S. officials.
On Tuesday, Director of National IntelligenceJames Clapper told the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence that a plot last year to assassinate the Saudi ambassador to the United States “shows that some Iranian officials—probably including Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei—have changed their calculus and are now more willing to conduct an attack in the United States in response to real or perceived U.S. actions that threaten the regime.”
The alleged 2011 plot to murder Saudi Arabia’s ambassador—using contacts in a Mexican drug cartel to carry out the hit—was uncovered in October.
“The Iranians feel—and they have said this already—that they are under attack via economic pressure and things blowing up in their country,” says Juan Zarate, a former deputy national security for counterterrorism who served under President Bush and the senior adviser at the Center for Strategic & International Studies. “The Iranians seem to be responding by trying to attack the United States and its allies abroad.”