Wednesday, November 2, 2016

Iran Military Leader: Revolutionary Guard Fighters Will Be In The U.S. And Europe Very Soon

Iranian Revolutionary Guards. Reuters

Washington Free Beacon: Military Leader: Iran Sending Elite Fighters Into U.S., Europe

IRGC commander: 'IRGC will be in the U.S. and Europe very soon'.

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps, the country’s elite military force, is sending assets to infiltrate the United States and Europe at the direction of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, according to recent Farsi-language comments from an Iranian military leader.

The IRGC “will be in the U.S. and Europe very soon,” according to the Iranian military commander, who said that these forces would operate with the goal of bolstering Iran’s hardline regime and thwarting potential plots against the Islamic Republic.

“The whole world should know that the IRGC will be in the U.S. and Europe very soon,” Salar Abnoush, deputy coordinator of Iran’s Khatam-al-Anbia Garrison, an IRGC command front, was quoted as saying in an Iranian state-controlled publication closely tied to the IRGC.

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WNU Editor: If true .... this is a huge story. But .... no one else in the media is covering this story (so far).

12 comments:

B.Poster said...

I've been operating under the assumption that Iranian forces which would include the Revolutionary Guard are already operating in the United States and have been for quite some. As such, why make such an announcement when Iranian forces are already here?

I think Sun Tzu said, to roughly paraphrase, "when you are close, make your enemy believe you are far away and when you are far away make your enemy believe you are close." Perhaps something like that is at work here. In any event, if I'm POTUS or any other top US official whose job is to formulate United States defense strategies the working assumption would be that Iranian forces are already here in sufficient numbers to cause great harm.

Now if they are NOT here but will be arriving "soon" this is all the more reason to make as a priority border security and to implement significant immigration restrictions at least until we can get our immigration system fixed. I've long suggested a 10 year moratorium on all immigration and an indefinite moratorium on immigration from Islamic countries. It seems a no brainer that to me that Iran would be one of the countries that an indefinite moratorium blocking immigration to the United States would apply to.

Even if they are here, which as stated my working assumption would be that they are, we have a clear threat from a major foreign power to send military forces to America presumably to attack, be able to attack, or threaten to attack. Better border security and immigration control would seem to be a good idea. As has been said, try and "stop the bleeding." In other words, try and minimize the damage.

Hope for the West said...

Sounds like the average hot air out of the Iranians for the day.

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fazman said...

Yep lol, let them come and bring me a kebab while theyre at, lm starvin.

fazman said...

Yep lol, let them come and bring me a kebab while theyre at, lm starvin.

Jay Farquharson said...

Don't tell Anzino,
And you don't want a kebab, (these are not the kebab's you are looking for, "handwave"),

You want fesenjam, ( pomegranate walnut stew), or tahdig, ( Crunchy fried rice).

Anonymous said...

So BPOSTER, the guy who not so long ago talked about Russia as if he was the proudest Russian himself and pushed a Russian agendas' viewpoint equivalent whenever he could- now supports one of Trump's hallmark arguments that clearly separates him from Hillary.. hmm what surprise what surprise :-)

fazman said...

Surprise surprise surprise sgt carter lol

fazman said...

Surprise surprise surprise sgt carter lol

B.Poser said...

Fazman and Jay,

Fazman, you can laugh abut this and make wisecracks about a kebab or something and Jay, you can make wisecracks as well. You are from Australia and Canada respectively. Very respectfully, it is not going to be your countries or homelands who are going to be bear the brunt of an Iranian military attack. This would be America who would bear the brunt of this. As such, there is no humor in this. For what its worth, Americans have great admiration for both of your countries.

Anon,

Please try reading the posts in the entirety before commenting. If you did, you would know that I am not a proud Russian. Now do I support policies that would advance American interests and enhance American security? As a proud American I most certainly do. It is in America's profound interests to try and improve relations with a great power like Russia. HRC is not the person to do this for at least the following reasons. 1.)She has recklessly blamed the Russians for Wikileaks without presenting any proof of this further inflaming tensions between the US and Russia beyond the current boiling point they are already at. 2.)It's more likely than not that her private server has been hacked by foreign governments which would include Russia. As such, they are going to have all the "dirt" on her which is going to make any type of negotiations problematic at best. At the very least, it is going to make it very difficult for HRC and her team to confront Russia, if absolutely necessary, (you don't confront the most powerful military force on earth for jollies), and negotiations will be more difficult. 3.)Advisors and team members who have constructive relations with the other side are going to be helpful in any type of negotiations. Team Trump appears to have this in team members such as Paul Manafort, Carter Page, and General Michael Flynn. People such as these may be able to provide a bridge whereby some form of trust can be achieved and we can reach an honorable accommodation that is workable to all sides. With team Clinton we get, see point 1. Essentially no possibility.

This would be reason enough all by itself to vote Trump. Not because one is pro Russian but because one is pro American and is striving to best represent American economic, security, and cultural interests.

B.Poster said...

Hope for the West,

Here is the entire quote from Sun Tzu according to wikiquote. "All warfare is based upon deception, hence when we are able to attack we must seem unable; when using our force we must appear inactive. when we are near we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away we must make him believe we are near." According to the article variant translations on this seem to exist. As such, another translation could render this differently.

Very respectfully, I don't think this is "hot air" on the part of Iran "death to America" or its leaders. Iranian forces have very likely been here in sufficient numbers for years to cause extreme harm killing tens of millions of Americans in a very short period of time should the order be given. While I'm not sure if the Iranians or their leaders read Sun Tzu or even how relevant Sun Tzu is to the second decade of the 21st century, it seems that to announce forces that are already here will be arriving soon may be part of some grand deception on Iran's part.

The editor is right that this a big story that is not getting much coverage. I think this is for two basic reasons. 1.)The world view of most members of the news media hinges on the notion that uncontrolled immigration without any vetting especially from third world countries whose cultures are far different from America's is a good thing. 2.)The Iranian nuclear deal was a fabulous deal that is beyond criticism or serious analysis of its merits or flaws because it is, well perfect. As with any ideologue, anything that might challenge the preconceptions is ignored and anyone pointing out such things is ridiculed.

We are probably going to need the help of the Russians to deal effectively with the Iranian nuclear weapons program. In order to do this, its hard to imagine how it can be accomplished without constructive relations with the Russians of some type.

fazman said...

All good mate, l love the u.s more than many u.s citizens lol.
My point is a couple of hundred of these guys pose a very small threat and l think you overestimate the havic they could cause.
I respectfully say that if they somehow manage to infiltrate the u.s they wont remain a threat for long.
Ok ok forget the kebab general salami and make me a salami sandwich on rye.