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Assassinations and attacks in Iran went from maybe 1-2 times a year. To now become monthly occurrences (maybe soon to be weekly?). We are told we should accept these.

And some members who for the life of them can never find a single fault with anything the IR of Iran ever does are again invoking a rendition of Baghdad Bob. They are smart members no doubt, but they have extreme blinded passion for government to the point of finding no fault in anything that happens.

“Accepting” Syrian strikes is one thing. But accepting ever increasingly assassinations and attacks on military bases inside our own country is completely another thing.

If Iran sent a drone to US soil, what do you think would happen?

If Iran blew up an Israeli military base in Jerusalem, what would happen?

Iran attacks Arab energy installations because they know the Arabs will never do anything! They will just cry to their masters.

Well apparently Israel views Iran the same way.

Iran attempted to establish a new redline with the Kurdistan missile attack by saying extrajudicial assassinations of IRGC members will no longer be tolerated. Well Israel just called the buff in the last 2 weeks.
 

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Assassinations and attacks in Iran went from maybe 1-2 times a year. To now become monthly occurrences (maybe soon to be weekly?). We are told we should accept these.

And some members who for the life of them can never find a single fault with anything the IR of Iran ever does are again invoking a rendition of Baghdad Bob. They are smart members no doubt, but they have extreme blinded passion for government to the point of finding no fault in anything that happens.

“Accepting” Syrian strikes is one thing. But accepting ever increasingly assassinations and attacks on military bases inside our own country is completely another thing.

If Iran sent a drone to US soil, what do you think would happen?

If Iran blew up an Israeli military base in Jerusalem, what would happen?

Iran attacks Arab energy installations because they know the Arabs will never do anything! They will just cry to their masters.

Well apparently Israel views Iran the same way.

Iran attempted to establish a new redline with the Kurdistan missile attack by saying extrajudicial assassinations of IRGC members will no longer be tolerated. Well Israel just called the buff in the last 2 weeks.
Pull up your pants Sparky. The water’s fine.
 

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>Israel attacks a drone facility

> Iran unveils underground drone base


First step in my idea of underground airforce base to house Future Iranian Interceptor and high value aircraft.
 

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And at least another 17 more tankers coming up :pleasantry:

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:pleasantry: USA will be running out of doggies to do USA dirty work.

And I bet you USA will not dare to try to get back those 2 tankers from Iran





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:pleasantry: Or maybe USA poking and prodding Greece to go themselves to Iran to get those tankers back.
In the same manner USA instigated and prod Ukraine to poke the Bear in the eye as we know
USA are cowards through and through and good only at tell lies and cheating and stealing


Not just Pompeo.

All Americans are as good as Pompeo
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Delusion people like you are the biggest danger to Iran. Ignoring problems because you don't like what it indicates.

Correct but we have to quantify “delusions”. We can’t be subjective.

Between me and @TheImmortal we have a quantifiable measure of strategic delusion that we will measure soon.

He said Ukraine war is a short war with very limited to no land gains for Russia.
I stated the opposite.

Everything is documented well.

Let’s see.

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Short war is already a lost cause.
 

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‘That’s what I said’. 😝

In fact, nothing fundamental has changed in Iran's posture and modus operandi.

Some people aren't well acquainted with the history of the 1980's, hence the off track moaning.

In the 1980's:

* A President of the Islamic Republic, shahid Rajai was assassinated.
* A Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic, shahid Bahonar, was assassinated.
* The headquarters of the main political formation, the Islamic Republic Party, were bombed resulting in the martyrdom of dozens including key figures of the Revolution and founding architects of the IR such as shahid Beheshti.
* There was an attempt on the life of another President, namely current Supreme Leader Khamenei (h.a.).
* Other leading personalities such as shahid Qoddusi were martyred in separate attacks.
* An Iranian civilian airliner was shot down by the US Navy, killing all on board.
* Several coup attempts were made including with the involvement of members of the armed forces. In one case, the judiciary found that there was a plan to dig a tunnel toward the humble residence of Imam Khomeini (r.a.) and martyr the latter.
* Infiltrators inside the system tried to sabotage Iranian policy (Mehdi Hashemi etc).
* Daily attacks, sabotage, killings by foreign-backed terrorist groups (MKO, separatists etc) for multiple years after the victory of the Revolution.

Did Iran follow a narrow tit for tat approach in retaliation? Negative. Did this absence of tit for tat cause defeat or lasting setbacks for Iran? Not at all, quite the opposite.

And the exact same is holding true nowadays. No difference whatsoever.

Those who try to contrast Iranian policy of the 1980's with today, and suggest Iran is now on the defensive are either inadequately informed, emotionally immature, or manipulators banking on the audience's lack of historic knowledge to conduct psy-ops on the cheap.
 
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He said Ukraine war is a short war with very limited to no land gains for Russia.
I stated the opposite.

While Stryker1982 opined Iran is desperate to have the JCPOA reinstated.

About a year into seyyed Raisi's administration however, it should be evident that the opposite is the case. Visibly Iran is in no rush, and is perfectly willing to forego full application of the JCPOA if her conditions aren't met including side aspects not directly related to the agreement such as delisting of the IRGC by the US regime.

This is what I call resolute and principled negotiation tactics. A complete departure from the Rohani administration's defeatist attitude, held in check only by the Supreme Leader (thank God for the latter).
 

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Death of officer exacerbates IDF intelligence unit scandal

An IDF lieutenant who served in the same unit as an intelligence officer who died while in a military prison in 2021 falls off a building three weeks ago in an apparent suicide.

By Lilach Shoval
Published on 05-27-2022 07:53
Last modified: 05-27-2022 12:51

An IDF lieutenant who served in the same unit as the intelligence officer who died while in a military detention center in 2021 died three weeks ago by falling off a building in an apparent suicide, Israel Hayom has learned.

A preliminary investigation suggests the officer decided to end his life due to personal distress, although a connection with the death of Capt. T last year has not been ruled out.

T, who was arrested in September 2020 and was awaiting trial, was hospitalized in critical condition on the night between May 16-17, but doctors were unable to save him.

The IDF said in a statement that the officer, who had served in a technical division of the Military Intelligence Directorate, knowingly carried out a series of actions that severely compromised state security. It appeared that he acted independently, for personal rather than ideological or financial motives.

Whether the two cases are connected remains unclear, as does the question of how the Military Intelligence Directorate – which has been under scrutiny for the case of Capt. T. since last year – failed to identity the distress of one of its lieutenants.

Sources involved in the matter said the Military Intelligence Directorate might have to reexamine how it picks the IDF's best and brightest, and commanders will be expected to identity warning signs among subordinates.

Israel Hayom also learned that the officer's suicide is the fourth to occur within the same unit this month alone, a staggering number, especially compared to 2021, when 11 soldiers took their life over the span of 12 months, or 2020, when nine suicides were reported.

Nevertheless, the number of suicides by IDF soldiers has decreased in recent years as the military took steps to provide soldiers with more outreach.

 

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Delusion people like you are the biggest danger to Iran. Ignoring problems because you don't like what it indicates.
Iranians are tough and ‘مرد عمل. Learn from us and keep your tired whiny ways to yourself and present viable solutions. You rock like your Xbox couch mate Suzie although you seem to miss the fact you don’t need to share the same controller. Tag team anyone?

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In fact, nothing fundamental has changed in Iran's posture and modus operandi.

Some people aren't well acquainted with the history of the 1980's, hence the off track moaning.

In the 1980's:

* A President of the Islamic Republic, shahid Rajai was assassinated.
* A Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic, shahid Bahonar, was assassinated.
* The headquarters of the main political formation, the Islamic Republic Party, were bombed resulting in the martyrdom of dozens including key figures of the Revolution and founding architects of the IR such as shahid Beheshti.
* There was an attempt on the life of another President, namely current Supreme Leader Khamenei (h.a.).
* Other leading personalities such as shahid Qoddusi were martyred in separate attacks.
* An Iranian civilian airliner was shot down by the US Navy, killing all on board.
* Several coup attempts were made including with the involvement of members of the armed forces. In one case, the judiciary found that there was a plan to dig a tunnel toward the humble residence of Imam Khomeini (r.a.) and martyr the latter.
* Infiltrators inside the system tried to sabotage Iranian policy (Mehdi Hashemi etc).
* Daily attacks, sabotage, killings by foreign-backed terrorist groups (MKO, separatists etc) for multiple years after the victory of the Revolution.

Did Iran follow a narrow tit for tat approach in retaliation? Negative. Did this absence of tit for tat cause defeat or lasting setbacks for Iran? Not at all, quite the opposite.

And the exact same is holding true nowadays. No difference whatsoever.

Those who try to contrast Iranian policy of the 1980's with today, and suggest Iran is now on the defensive are either inadequately informed, emotionally immature, or manipulators banking on readers' lack of historic knowledge to conduct psy-ops on the cheap.
The whino twins don’t fundamentally understand these. I’ve mentioned these exactly previously as well. They sound like their skinny jeans are a size or two too skinny.
 

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