Iran Vows Major War Even If US Conducts ‘Limited Strikes’

By Tyler Durden | 21 September 2019

ZERO HEDGE — Just after on Friday Pentagon leaders presented Trump with numerous “military options” for a response to Iran following last week’s twin attacks on Saudi Aramco facilities, Iran has again put the US on notice that any “limited attack” will assuredly lead to major war.

The briefing on “options” for responding to Iran were followed by a late Friday Pentagon announcement that it is deploying US troops to Saudi Arabia as a “first step” which could be followed by additional “kinetic” moves down the road. “As the President has made clear the United States does not seek conflict with Iran. That said we have many other military options available should they be necessary,” Defense Secretary Mark Esper said in the briefing.

Iran on Saturday responded to the move by again declaring any potential “limited” US attack on Iran would certainly lead to rapid escalation. The head of Iran’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), Major General Hossein Salami, said in remarks broadcast on state TV that no such limited strikes would actually remain ‘limited’[…]

2 Comments on Iran Vows Major War Even If US Conducts ‘Limited Strikes’

  1. I learned in Junior High School that the only cure for bullying is immediate, merciless counter-attack.

    It doesn’t matter if you win or lose. You must hurt the bully so much that further bullying becomes not worth it to them. This is the only way.

  2. Leaders of both America and Iran are shown to have high level Masonic connections, although Freemasonry was said to have been banned in Iran after the 1979 Islamic Revolution.

    “The Grand Lodge of Iran, established in 1969 in Tehran, existed in the country prior to the Islamic Revolution of 1979, hosted membership from various political figures, including former prime minister Jafar Sharif-Emami (who served as the lodge’s grand master at one point), and branched to 43 Lodges and at least 1,035 members.

    Since the Revolution, Freemasonry has been banned in Iran; a “Grand Lodge of Iran in Exile” is currently established in Los Angeles, although it holds meetings in Massachusetts, where the local Grand Lodge approved its practice in 1985.

    Persian Freemasons received in March 1985 the approval of the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts to conduct Masonic activities in Boston. In the present they have Masonic Lodges in Washington D.C., France and in California all under the Persian Grand Lodge (in Exile). In present days (or at least until February this year) the Grand Master of the Iranian Freemasons is Most Worshipful Brother Abbas Satrap. Grand Master Satrap attended in February 2011 the Annual Conference of Grand Masters of Masons in North America, hosted by the Grand Lodge of Colorado in Denver.” (1)

    “So while acknowledging the vibrant Masonic life in London and Paris and other major cities, Washington in the 21st century can with justice claim to have become an extraordinarily cosmopolitan city with a potential for being a world center for Masonic discussion and scholarship. A case can be made that the whole thing started in Paris and Persia, two centuries ago.” (2)

    I have a bad feeling about this. Looks like Albert Pike’s third world war is being set up by the same bankster controlled Freemasons that brought us the previous two world wars.



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