Iran’s Top Admiral Drools Over Opportunity To Sink American Ships
Despite recent diplomatic efforts, tensions have not eased between the US government and Iran. The perception remains that America cannot be trusted among the International community, and Iran remains one of the chief nations eyeing the global super power as the threat of all out World War lingers.
The primary news agency of Iran regularly reports negative propaganda toward the US and officials within the Iranian government enjoy hurling threats at their leisure, the latest of which comes from an Iranian admiral.
On a Monday, Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi declared on state television that “Wherever the Americans look in the Persian Gulf, they will see us,” before adding “they know that if they commit the slightest mistake, we will drown their vessels in the Persian Gulf, the Strait of Hormuz, or the Sea of Oman.”
Fadavi boasts that his navy has capabilities that the US is not aware of, including that there are underground weapon systems along the coast, equipped with surface-to-sea missiles.
Fadavi denounces joint patrols in the region between the US, Britain and France, claiming them to be “an absolute evil” and assuring the Iranian public that the “Americans are aware that Iran would destroy their warships if they take a wrong measure in the region.”
Recent breakthroughs in Iran-US negotiations were made possible by chief Obama spin doctor Ben Rhodes. According to a recent New York Times report, Rhodes boasted about his ability to dupe the American populace into a deal with the only nation-state within the UN committed to the annihilation of another nation-state.
As Rhodes explained to his bemused interviewer, David Samuels, in a New York Times Magazine profile this weekend, “It was first necessary to lie to a corrupted and inexperienced American media about all sorts of things, beginning with the nature and intentions of the enemy Iranian regime. Subsequent lies were caked on, as the White House took advantage of a dangerous mix of journalists’ ignorance, their ideological and partisan commitment to the administration, and, finally, their career aspirations.
“Rhodes said, “The average reporter we talk to is 27 years old, and their only reporting experience consists of being around political campaigns… They literally know nothing.”
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