WEB Notes: This is a major escalation in the “war on terrorism”. ISIS has now attacked Iran and Iran is blaming it on the Saudis. Trump said, “states that sponsor terrorism risk falling victim to the evil they promote“. The Global Powers of our time continually accuse Iran of supporting the terrorists including ISIS. Yet, common sense tells us Iran is a military ally of Syria. It has been documented Iranian forces are in Syria helping fight against the invasion of terrorists, including Global Powers such as the US, Britain and Russia. So why would Iran fund ISIS only to fight against them?
The same notion is being used by Global Powers. They claim they fight ISIS, yet we see ISIS grow stronger with US military hardware and equipment as their reach expands. Syria on the other hand becomes more decimated by the day.
Something else we need to note. What is typically attacked by the terrorists in Western nations? The people. What was attacked in Iran? Symbols of their revolution, the tomb of Ayatollah and the Iranian Parliament. Do not read over that, that was an attack on the Iranian government itself. We have harped on this over and over how the terrorists never attack the government. Now they have in Iran, but no where else in the world. This should document to you the globalists are beginning to move in on Iran and I see this attack as a signal to Iran of that fact as well.
It is well documented the US has been trying to overthrow the government of Iran for decades, the article below helps to point that as well. Right from the beginning of the Trump administration it was obvious war was on the agenda. Let us look at some of the headlines from the last few months under the Trump admin:
- US Defense Secretary James Mattis: Iran “single most enduring threat to stability and peace in the Middle East”
- U.S. House Bill Calls For Pre-Emptive Attack On Iran
- US: Iran Has Broken The UN Resolution, ‘US Restraint Will Be Removed’
- US Press Secretary Sean Spicer Falsely Accuses Iran Of Attacking U.S. Navy Vessel, An Act Of War – Video
- Iran Is Biggest State Sponsor Of Terrorism – Pentagon Chief Mattis
- Mattis: 2011 Iranian Plot To Kill Ambassador In DC Was ‘Approved At The Highest Levels’
Then we have the recent peace treaty with 55 Muslim nations all in an effort to target Iran and remove their government from power, merging it into the global financial system.
- Globalism: Trump, 55 Muslim States Sign Pact Against Iran And Pledge 34,000 Troops To Fight ISIS In Iraq & Syria
- The Glowing Orb “Ceremony” Marks The Beginning Of The “Global Center For Combating Extremist Ideology”
Biblical events are unfolding rapidly at this time. The fall of Iran is not imminent, but this is the biggest indicator to us that the war against Iran is moving forward. Remember, it has taken years for Global Powers to move into Syria. It will take time for the Iranian situation to unfold as well. Eyes open.
Assaults on potent symbols of Iranian ideology, claimed by Isis, will stoke tensions with Saudi Arabia, Gulf states and Trump.
In targeting the Iranian parliament and the tomb of the Islamic Republic’s founder, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the terrorists who went on a lethal rampage in Tehran on Wednesday chose the two most potent symbols of the 1979 revolution.
The apparently coordinated assaults have been blamed by Iran’s hardline Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) on Saudi Arabia and, whatever the truth of the allegation, they are likely to have a big political impact far beyond Iran, stoking tensions with the US, Saudi Arabia and the Sunni Muslim monarchies of the Gulf.
Isis is at war, ideologically and militarily, with Iranian forces and allies in Syria and Iraq. In a video released in March, it vowed to “conquer Iran and restore it to the Sunni Muslim nation as it was before”. The jihadis claim that Iran’s clerical leaders, and their royal Persian predecessors, have persecuted Sunnis for centuries.
Well-documented covert efforts by George W Bush’s administration in the 2000s to destabilise Iran by funding militant internal opposition groups are not forgotten in Tehran. Nor is unofficial, on-off American support for the Mujahedin e-Khalq, or People’s Mujahadin of Iran, a group formerly backed by Saddam Hussein that was responsible for numerous armed attacks inside Iran.
The question now is whether Trump’s overt hostility is encouraging a repeat of past destabilisation efforts, directly or indirectly. Overturning the previous US president Barack Obama’s policy of limited engagement, Trump launched a blistering attack on Iran last month. Speaking during a visit to Riyadh, he demanded Iran’s international isolation, claiming Tehran was the world’s main exporter of “the fires of sectarian conflict and terror”.
His host, King Salman, accuses Iran of “spearheading global terrorism”. Egged on by Israel, Trump has threatened to tear up Obama’s landmark 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.
Unlike the autocratic Gulf regimes, Iran also has a quasi-democratic political system, with an elected parliament and president, that confounds the “sponsor of terrorism” image. This awkward fact seems to enrage Trump, the Saudis and Isis in equal measure.