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No Nonsense
Iran knows whose boss - and so does the world.

Sending his condolences to the victims of the latest terror attacks in Iran, President Donald Trump issued a statement on Wednesday from the White House. However, it was in the conclusion of his statement that he stunningly rebuked the government of Iran.

“We grieve and pray for the innocent victims of the terrorist attacks in Iran,” the statement read, “and for the Iranian people, who are going through such challenging times.”

“We underscore the risks that states that sponsor terrorism risk falling victim to the evil they promote,” it added.

The statement suggests that since Iran has been a state sponsor of terrorism all over the world, according to the US intelligence community, it has been attacked by the terrorists created by itself.

As expected, Iran has blamed Saudi Arabia for the twin attacks last Wednesday, on the shrine of a revered Iranian politician. The attackers used suicide bombs and other arms.

According to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, the attacks could be related to the President Trump’s recent visit to Saudi Arabia.

“World public opinion, especially in Iran, sees the fact that this terrorist act was perpetrated soon after the meeting of the U.S. president with the heads of one of the reactionary regional states that has always supported … terrorists as to be very meaningful,” the statement read.

However, the statement from the White House, following the attacks, is bound to attract more animosity from Iran, the beneficiary of a historic nuclear deal with former President Barack Obama. It should be noted that the deal attracted a great deal of criticism from President Trump.

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Go ahead, harass this.

This Saturday, reports emerged that Iran denied US accusations of its fast-attack boats harassing warships in the Persian Gulf. The report also claimed that Iran has said Washington would be responsible for any armed clashes in the Strait of Hormuz, which is a key oil shipping route.

Earlier, US Navy commanders accused Iran of endangering navigation in the international waters by harassing warships. The US navy also warned Iran that such incidents could lead to possible miscalculation and result in armed clashes.

While it was only the first time a US carrier entered the narrow strait since Donald Trump took office in January, the aircraft carrier George H.W. Bush was confronted by fast-attack boats belonging to the Iranian Navy. According to one of the commanding officers aboard the US-led, five-vessel flotilla, which included the George H.W. Bush, the Iranian boats had their weapons uncovered, armed, and manned.

“What I don’t like about that is they (Iranian boats) were in the middle of international transit waters (while) we had a right to be there as we were exercising freedom of navigation on our way into the Arabian Gulf,” Rear Admiral Kenneth Whitesell, commander of the Carrier Strike Group 2, told journalists, as quoted by Reuters.

“They also had weapons uncovered as some of the cameras were able to tell. They had some of the weapons manned. We also have aerial data that they were arming all of these weapons.”

According to reports, two sets of fast-attack boats belonging to the Iranian Navy advanced towards the flotilla, with some of them coming as close as 870 meters to the aircraft carrier.

In Tehran, however, the deputy chief of Iran’s armed forces, Brigadier General Masoud Jazayeri alleged that US’ claims of confrontation in the Gulf were the result of “false reports and ulterior motives.”

“We emphasize that the Americans would be responsible for any unrest in the Persian Gulf, and again warn that the U.S. military must change its behavior,” General Jazayeri was reported as saying.

The whole incident ended without a single shot being fired and the vessels continued on their path to the northern part of the Gulf to join the US-led airstrikes against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. However, it is taken by several experts as a sign of the tensed relations between the two states.

Donald trump has already locked horns with the Islamic Republic, calling it the “number one terrorist state.” In response to a missile test by Tehran, the US president also hinted that military options are not ruled out when it comes to dealing with Iran.

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A chilling video released on YouTube shows Hassan Abbassi, an Iranian strategist, discussing how the Iranians are planning for the “disintegration of the USA”. Trump has his hands full with the terrorist assisting nation while Hollywood seems to turn a blind eye to all the negatives about Iran on only focuses on the positives.

Abbassi also claims that thousands of Iranians are already in America and ready to strike.

According to Reuters, Iran plans to launch new war games in the Indian Ocean and Persian Gulf just to make matters worse.

Iran was included in the “travel ban” that stopped immigration from seven countries that support terrorism which added to the tensions with the new administration.

Trump responded to a recent Iranian missile test by going to Twitter.

Abassi claims that it only took 11 people to plan 9/11 and there are thousands of Iranians in America ready to strike. All the missile tests, travel bans and violent rhetoric seems to be ignored by some on the left, especially in Hollywood.

The Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi won an Oscar for the Best Foreign Language Film who didn’t show up to the award show to protest Trump and his “travel ban”. Many at the Oscars supported the director’s anti-Trump stance.

Hollywood fans praised the director and enjoyed another chance to point out why majority of Tinseltown doesn’t like Trump.

Hollywood may be out of touch with reality, but the relationship between Iran and the U.S. is not one to take lightly.

Thoughts? Comment below.

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Obama emboldened our enemy Iran by giving them $1.7 billion dollars for the release of four hostages, but now they want more.

The Iran government is asking for “many billions of dollars” for the lives of several American hostages that Iran has taken into custody since the last ransom payment.

There is a reason why the U.S. doesn’t pay ransom or negotiate with terrorists: because when you do, they end up doing more of the same.

Trump said the payment of $1.7 billion to Iran for our hostages was the wrong move and now it is looking like he is right.

James Rosen from Fox News looks into the details.

Obama’s foreign policy is not making our country stronger. In fact, Obama is giving power to terrorist countries.

Iran is not going to stop stealing our people if they keep making billions off of hostages.

At this point, Obama should end the Iran deal, bring the sanctions back, and possibly go get our hostages and teach Iran a lesson once and for all.

That isn’t Obama’s style though. He just wants to give them what they want until he lets Hillary or Trump take over in January.

Do you think Obama should pay more ransom demands? Let us know in the comments below.

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Iran Deal

When Obama made the Iran deal that removed sanctions, gave billions and allows them to build nuclear plants he didn’t think it would come to this…

Shots have been fired in the Persian Gulf, warning shots towards Iranian ships that got too close to American destroyers.

Iran’s defense minister was very adamant about one thing after the shots were fired, and that was that Iran would “severely punish” any ship that enters their waters.

The warning shots were just one of three dangerous events in the Persian Gulf this week.

Two other times, Iranian boats got real close to American ships and our troops had to take measures to de-escalate the situation.

What is going on in Iran? It looks like they want a war.

They have been building up their military capabilities for years and now with the huge influx of cash through the Iran deal, easing of sanctions and ransom payments, Iran looks to be ready to strike.

Iran is a scary enemy because they are not afraid to do something stupid, like launch a nuclear weapon on Israel. They don’t have any weaponry that could strike America, but an attack on Israel would be the same thing.

Iran has been able to flourish under Obama, and if Trump were to win this election, then Iran would not have the same freedoms they enjoy now.

Trump has vowed to end the Iran deal and add sanction back onto Iran.

If Hillary wins, we will see Iran continue to flourish and more of these “dangerous situations” will happen in the Persian Gulf. If they continue to happen, how long until we can’t “de-escalate” the situation and real shots are fired?

What do you think about the Iran deal? Let us know in the comments below.

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Obama wanted to leave a foreign policy legacy that he could be proud of, but instead he did something America never does.

President Obama was caught red handed as the State Department came out and admitted on Thursday that the $400 million in unmarked foreign cash was delivered to Iran based on the release of the four American hostages.

Two weeks ago, president Obama came out and tried to laugh it off.

Despite Obama’s claims that it wasn’t a ransom and he announced these payments in in January, Trump called it a lie.

Well, it looks like Trump was right. Watch as the State Department admits they lied.

Just moments later, John Kirby was asked, “In basic English, you’re saying you wouldn’t give them $400 million in cash until the prisoners were released, correct?”

The spokesmen for the State Department replied, “That’s correct”.

On a side note, Iran has taken at least two more Americans captive since we paid the ransom.

Are you angry we paid a ransom or happy we got four Americans back? Let us know in the comments below.

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Iran Deal

Donald Trump calls the Iran Deal the worst deal in American history, but that hasn’t stopped Obama from giving Iran money and now approving two new nuke plants.

Iran is the world’s largest state sponsor of terror and the recipients of $400 million in unmarked cash sent from Obama.

If that wasn’t enough, Obama has now gone one step further in helping Iran get a nuclear weapon.

Iran is now moving forward with a plan to build two nuclear power plants and the country has invested $10 billion in the construction.

According to the Obama administration, these nuclear plants are allowed under the Iran deal.

Ted Cruz said, “Nothing in the behavior of the Iranian regime in the year since the JCPOA went into effect should give us any confidence that they will be confining their nuclear program to peaceful activities”.

Ted has a point.

Just last January, Iran took an entire American ship hostage.

The country’s leaders still want to wipe Israel off the map and many chant “death to America”.

Why are we giving the largest state sponsor of terror in the world the ability to pursue their nuclear program?

The problem is that one of the byproducts of running clean nuclear power plants is the dangerous “heavy water” that is created in the process.

The byproducts of the reactions can be used to make dirty bombs or worse.

America has committed to buying back some of the dangerous material, but how can we know we are getting it all?

Allowing the Iranians to peruse their nuclear power program could in fact speed up the timeline for them getting a nuclear weapon.

Obama is going to be out of the office this January, but America is going to have to deal with this awful plan for decades to come.

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Donald Trump called Obama a liar when the president claimed that the $400 million sent to Iran in un-marked bills was not a ransom.

Last week the news broke that America had sent $400 million to Iran in foreign currency that could not be traced. Donald Trump wasted no time calling the president a liar.

The money was delivered in January in the middle of the night on an unmarked plane, just hours before four American hostages were released.

Now a former CIA agent is saying that Obama deceived America.

Phil Houston is the CEO of QVerity, a company specializing in detecting deception. Skills he developed at the CIA when he was an agent whom conducted thousands of interviews and interrogations.

In an article posted to Law Newz, Phil described the techniques used by Obama during the press conference to discuss the Iranian payment.

The former CIA agent said that the president used a “high level” of deception when speaking to the press and the American public.

Phil Houston wrote the following in his article.

“What was never directly addressed was the key question as to whether the $400 million payment was a precondition for the release of the Americans. The high level of deceptive behaviors exhibited by President Obama during the press conference has left little doubt in our minds that it was.”

He continued by pointing out how Obama decided to attack the press instead of talking about the possible ransom.

“Also of particular concern was the President’s aggression behavior, which took the form of an attack on the press and others who raised the ransom question.”

Watch the clip from the press conference to see what the former CIA agent is talking about.

At this point, there is little doubt that the Iranians ended up with $400 million in exchange for our four hostages. All we need now is for Obama to admit it.

Do you thin Obama deceived America about the $400 million payment? Let us know in the comments below.

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When President Obama made a deal with Iran, we got nothing, while the Iranians received everything. They got billions of dollars, international credibility and a path to building nuclear weapons.

We thought they would change their tone, but nope!

Iran tried to ship rockets and rifles to Yemen to help support terrorist activity but thankfully our military stopped them.

This is the third shipment of weapons that have been stopped in the Arabian Sea over the last month.

The irony is that Iran is criticizing the United States and says that we are the ones breaking the deal. They got their money and now they are warning us.

Here is what Sadeq Amoli Larijani, Iran’s judiciary chief, had to say. “The Americans are now acting in violation of the nuclear agreement.” He then decided to go after President Obama by accusing his administration of “pressuring companies which are interested in investment in Iran to withdraw from their decision.”

“The Americans should know that the Islamic Republic of Iran would never compromise its interests and would never agree with investment of foreign firms in the country at any price, while it enjoys rich resources and abundant talents.”

It is clear that Iran doesn’t want to play nice and they have become the world’s largest state sponsor of terrorism. What isn’t clear is when we are going to do something about it.

Iran is blaming America for breaking the deal, and now North Korea is talking about dropping nukes into Washington DC. We have ISIS spreading out over Europe and there isn’t much of a plan to stop any of it.

Iran and other countries are flexing their muscles to see how far America will bend over to accommodate them.

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The Iranian Mullahs, fresh from the victory over the United States in the deeply flawed nuclear deal that President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry “negotiated” with Iran based on “trust” that the country will not continue its nuclear bomb program for now, have made a new boast that has the U.S. military planners sitting straight up in their chairs.

According to senior Iranian military leaders, the country claims “all U.S. military bases in the Middle East are within the range of” Iran’s missiles and that the radical Islamic regime is already breaking international bans on that countries construction of ballistic missiles.

And this is just what they admit they have. Most of Iran’s missile development research, including details of Iran’s advanced arsenal, is a closely held secret according to Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, who heads the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps Aerospace Force.

Hajizadeh has dismissed threats that the United States would take military action against Iranian missile installations, saying all U.S. assets in the region are within range of Iran’s current missile arsenal, according to reports published by the Fars News Agency – Iran’s state controlled media network.

The threat of attack on U.S, assets came hot on the heels of an announcement by Iran that it also had new high-tech torpedoes in development and that Iran, Russia, Syria and Iraq had formed a joint war room to coordinate hostilities in the region. Hajizadeh is quoted as saying that:

“Some of the threats by the U.S. are aimed at appeasing the Zionists, while others are for the purpose of domestic consumption (in the U.S.), but what is important is that they are aware of and acknowledge our capabilities and deterrence power.”

“We do not feel any need to increase the range of our missiles and (our perceived enemy) targets are fully within the range of our missiles.”

Hajizadeh affirmed that Iran would not slow down the research and construction of advanced missiles despite the nation’s international commitments saying:

“We do not see any restriction for our missiles and the IRGC’s preparedness and missile drills are conducted without a halt and according to our annual time-table, but only some of them are publicized through the media.”

Iran’s war talk and propaganda attacks on the U.S. comes at a time when media accounts and intelligence reports say that Iran and Russia are engaged in military actions to keep Syria’s dictator Bashar al-Assad in power and that the U.S., under President Barack Obama, is powerless to stop them.

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