The Battle of Persepolis

I don’t want to go to war with Iran.  I don’t want the US to invade and occupy.  Not really.

There is, however, a part of me that would absolutely love to see the US Military roll in and annihilate the Iranian Revolutionary Guard.

As long as we rolled in, blasted the pieces of shit and then rolled out.  I’m talking decimation.  Leave a trail of destruction from Bandar-e Abbas to Teheran and then down to Shiraz and out through Bushehr with a small incursion to destroy Qom leaving not a stone standing upon the other in our wake.

Total decimation of the Iranian Military.   Collateral damage be damned.  Warn the people of Iran.  “If you are seen, you are a target.”

While we’re at it, we can take out the whole damn Iranian “navy.”

Then un-ass the AO.

Maybe that will knock some sense into some of the people of Iran.  Perhaps, they’ll actually get the courage to rise up and take back their civilization from the superstitious stooges who have held them hostage since the failed revolution of 1979.  The revolution that Khomeini stole with the help of his myth makers.

Obama and the US Sabre Rattling over Iranian Nukes

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Gates is sounding more belligerent these days. “I don’t think we’re prepared to even talk about containing a nuclear Iran,” he told Fox News on June 20. “We do not accept the idea of Iran having nuclear weapons.” In fact, Gates was reflecting a new reality in the military and intelligence communities. Diplomacy and economic pressure remain the preferred means to force Iran to negotiate a nuclear deal, but there isn’t much hope that’s going to happen. “Will [sanctions] deter them from their ambitions with regards to nuclear capability?” CIA Director Leon Panetta told ABC News on June 27. “Probably not.” So the military option is very much back on the table.

What has changed? “I started to rethink this last November,” a recently retired U.S. official with extensive knowledge of the issue told me. “We offered the Iranians a really generous deal, which their negotiators accepted,” he went on, referring to the offer to exchange Iran’s 1.2 tons of low-enriched uranium (3.5% pure) for higher-enriched (20%) uranium for medical research and use. “When the leadership shot that down, I began to think, Well, we made the good-faith effort to engage. What do we do now?”

But it is also possible that the saber-rattling is not a bluff, that the U.S. really won’t tolerate a nuclear Iran and is prepared to do something awful to stop it.
Read more: http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,2003921,00.html#ixzz0tmPRNrwm

What’s more awful?

A nuclear Iran or someone stopping it.

If Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE want Iranian Nuke Programs stopped, why don’t they come out and straightforward ask for it.

I can see why they’re scared. Iran is more likely to use it against them than us.

Saudi could bring China on board.

We should arrange a deal. Cheap oil in exchange for a strike. Also, we should make them make peace and I mean real peace with Israel in exchange for a strike against Iran and we should make them disown Wahhabism.

1. Cheap Oil
2. Peace with Israel
3. Crush Wahhabism and become Sufi Muslim
4. They have to bring China in on it. China must invade Iran.

lol

Potentially, we have the Middle East by the balls with this Iranian thing. Only if we use it correctly.

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