Author: Halliburton, Cover-Pic: VOG-Poster-Design-Team
The strategic importance of the recent cluster of airstrikes against Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps leadership and the “accidental downing” of flight PS752 cannot be underestimated. First — the airstrikes, in which the core leadership of the IRGC was decapitated in a single blow, were not random or merely an “option” on the retaliation menu. It represents a component of a newly developed foreign policy initiative on the part of President Trump and his administration that represents a move away from the failed strategies of several previous Presidential administrations. The nature of the current foreign policy can trace its roots most closely to the policies of “Containment” enacted to counter the specter of Communist Russia in the 1940s. It is for this reason that the second critical event — the downing of Flight PS752 — will become a cornerstone incident that galvanizes the people of Iran to remove the IRGC and Mullahs from power.
On January 3rd, 2020, a General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper cloaked in highly sophisticated stealth technology breezed quietly in the early morning skies above downtown Baghdad. It delivered a concise message to the Mullahs, to the IRGC, to the Supreme Leader, and to the radical supporting elements of the Chinese Communist Party.
It reads as follows:
“DO NOT ESCALATE.”
Here is a list of the official names we know died in the strikes, and their or IRGC or Popular Mobilization Forces (Iranian influence in Iraq) affiliation:
Brigadier General Hossein Pourjafari
Colonel Shahroud Mozafarinia
Major Hadi Taremi
Captain Vahid Zamanian
Deputy Chairman Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis
Chief of Protocol and PR Muhammed Reza al-Jaberi
Hassan Abdul Hadi
In terminating Soleimani and some of his terrorist allies, President Trump has sent a strong message to all who would declare open war on shared civilization — that there is no mercy for terrorism in this world. Presumably, as the head of Iranian intelligence and a frequent flier, Qassem would have been in touch with his military counterparts in friendly regimes like the CCP. It should come as no shock that the Chinese and Persian civilizations have extensive trading histories going back many thousands of years. In modern times, the CCP has partnered with the extremist Iranian government to foment chaos and discord in an already war-torn region of the world to counter the perceived “hegemony” of the West. Arms dealing, human trafficking, and training in guerrilla warfare tactics (like IEDs) are just some of the various specializations these organizations institutionalize and trade-in. The militarization of extremists is their specialty, so long as those extremists want to actively infiltrate and eventually destroy the West.
Perhaps most importantly, these terrorists were many heads of the fundamentalist Islamic dragon in Iran and represented the leadership of radical elements of an organization bent on future attacks against American lives, where civilians are targets. This is indeed the nature of “forever wars” — the idea that Iran and her allies will in time “destroy Israel and the Great Satan”. Was it merely a matter of sheer convenience for the CCP that the IRGC is willing to bomb our embassies and finance extremist operations around the world? Simultaneously, this creates a ‘1984’ style enemy for the West to battle from both inside and out — and helps to stoke anti-Muslim rhetoric around the world, providing the CCP with much needed ‘justification’ for its own concentration camps and the suppression of the Uyghur. At the same time, Islam is an enemy of the CCP that it will exterminate after Islam distracts and attempts to pacify the West.
According to Miles Guo, a single egg already costs $1.20 in Iran due to the effects of the recent sanctions placed on the terrorist government holding the Iranian people hostage. This is the result of the West waging economic and diplomatic war against the CCP, IRGC, and their power structures around the world. The death of Qassem Soleimani represents an answered prayer for providential assistance from the Iranian people, as their blood spills in the street fighting against the IRGC.
In the streets of Iran, protesters are already demanding that Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei step down in the wake of the downing of flight PS752. These protests will no doubt escalate before long — with the people of Iran joining to denounce the activities of the present Iranian leadership.