CLEVELAND, OH – The Fateh 113 fragmentation missiles used to reportedly kill 80 U.S. citizens Iran called “terrorists” were made using Chinese and Korean technologies if reports coming from that nation’s media and not President Donald Trump’s lying lips are to be believed. The Iranian media is proclaiming that 80 U.S. “terrorists” were killed by the 15 “precision” fragmentation missiles Iranian President Ali Khameni sent as a “slap” to Trump for ordering the assassination of General Qassem Soleimani. Iran’s forces are bragging that Trump’s wrong about the number of casualties at Ain al-Asad and Irbil air bases. All is not well if Americans are, indeed, dead.
If the Iranians and not Trump are to be believed, the president’s act of reckless stupidity has not only cost 80 American citizens their lives, he has confirmed for China, North Korea and Russia the U.S. military’s missile defense system has a weakness.
Neither side has “officially” confirmed the deaths of 80 U.S. citizens. What the Iranians, Trump and all sides have confirmed is their “laser guided” missiles didn’t miss. North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un has been talking shit for the last three years about the missiles he’s built for which the U.S. has no defense. Iran’s successful and undefended missile attack on two U.S. bases just proved his point in Trump and the world’s faces.
Russian Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has thus far been quick to distance his nation from Trump’s actions. With Trump’s abrupt withdrawal of U.S. forces from Iraq and Turkey, and Iraq saying “stay out” now that the U.S. Pentagon has confirmed Trump’s decision was not in this nation’s best interests in protecting the remaining U.S. citizens serving the nation there; Netanyahu’s been renewing the ancestral ties Russian Israelis have to Russia with their real homeland’s leader … Vladmir Putin.
The success of Khameni’s precision “slap” has now concerned the Russian Israelis’ military that their defenses are not as “Iran resistant” as they’ve been led to believe since they rely heavily on U.S. arms and defense systems. According to the Iranian media, 104 more targets are identified that will lead to more deaths of U.S. citizens if Trump doesn’t stop playing “tough guy” games with the intelligence he’s getting from another nation’s espionage agents.
Trump, in his official capacity as president, has thus far claimed to this nation’s loyal citizens that Soleimani’s life was taken, and Congressional authorization was ignored, because the Iranian military official was “planning an attack” on U.S. interests. What’s been circulating on the internet is an animated video called “Battle of Persian Gulf II” that features Soleimani “leading a defense” of Iran against “a U.S. invasion.” All of Iran’s conversations from that nation’s perspective have been about defending their citizens against an attack on their lives by the citizens of ours who are being “used” by Russian Israelis living on Palestinian lands.
Trump has not revealed the “real” source of the information behind his alllegedly “long planned” assassination; or evidence proving that Soleimani was planning an “attack” instead of planning for his nation’s “defense.” The fact he’s claiming the assassination was “long” planned contradicts other statements that it was done as a response to the September attack on Saudi Arabia’s Aramco oilfield by Yemen Houthis, and not the military of Iran. Trump has for an unexplained reason chosen to disregard the Houthis own claim that they and not the government of Iran were responsible for the Saudi oilfield attack.
Iranian foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told reporters after the Saudi oilfield attack that Trump and Russian Israeli Benjamin Netanyahu were involved in espionage activities that would deceive America and what’s left of this nation’s allies into attacking his nation. Zarif’s comments are not without historical context.
Russian Israelis’ in 1967 slaughtered 34 U.S. sailors aboard the USS Liberty and wounded another 171 in an effort to deceive President Lyndon Johnson into attacking Egypt for them during their 6 Day War. In 1954 the Russian Israeli military and espionage agents planned Operation Susanah and planted explosives in libraries, stores and theaters American visited in Egypt as another act of deception to trick then President Dwight D. Eisenhower into pursuing the Muslim Brotherhood. The difference in perspective is that no one ever accused Eisenhower or Johnson of planning “with” the Russian Israelis to sacrifice U.S. lives.
From the beginning of his administration, Trump has “agitated” for a war with the government of Iran. It’s been confirmed he’s been receiving intelligence he’s acquired from Russian, Russian Israeli and Russian Ukranian agents, or through the back channel communications his Russian American son-in-law, Kushner, has obtained through Israeli-monitored “What’s App” owned by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. Zuckerberg is Russian American and violated both the Logan and Espionage Act when he met and entered agreements with officials of the Government of Israel to let them monitor the conversations of U.S. citizens.
When the Russian Israeli government wanted the Iran nuclear deal obstructed Trump obstructed it. Russian Israelis wanted their embassy in Jerusalem and Trump delivered. Russian Israelis want U.S. citizens to sacrifice their lives in a war “we start” against Iran; and Trump has completely abandoned the oath of office he was administered to comply with possibility that 80 U.S. citizens are now dead based on his receipt of “unauthorized” espionage information; and possibly from a foreign government source in violation of the Espionage Act.
Even in trade dealings Trump has dogged China while supporting the continued U.S. government’s curiously special deals with the Russian Israeli-led government of Israel by letting them ship to this nation “duty-free.”
What’s been made abundantly clear to loyal Americans during his administration is Trump favors the citizens of the nation of Russian Israelis who called him the King of Russian Jews. And even that’s personal. Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner, was born to parents and grandparents who from Russia. Kushner’s children with Trump’s daughter Ivanka are more than half-Russian. Both Trump’s alien wives, Ivana and Melania, were born in the Communist nations of Czechoslovakia and Slovenia. Melania’s “living in the White House father” is an alleged “former” Slovenian Communist Party official.
With more loyal American lives at risk over Trump’s evidence-less and legally-unsupported use of public funds and federal employees to execute a foreign government official, Congress must press him hard on where he’s obtained his information. Even presidents of the United States are the “any” American identified in Logan and Espionage Act language if the exchange of information between a U.S. citizen and a foreign government official results in the loss of U.S. lives.
Trump may not like either the FBI or the CIA as his statutorily-approved sources in his official capacity receiving “authorized” information about this nation’s national security. But the Government of the United States of America he was administered an oath of office to perform the duties found in the U.S. Constitution, U.S. Code and Code of Federal Regulations limits his choices of espionage information to “only” the FBI and CIA. Any other communication is espionage.
If Trump’s source of intelligence about Soleimani is foreign and not U.S., Congress would have no choice but to author a resolution instructing the U.S. Department of Justice to confirm and then refer Trump and the foreign source or sources for criminal prosecution under this nation’s Logan and Espionage acts.
Killing Soleimani was not a “duty” of the “office” of the President of the United States of America. Trump made a “personal” decision motivated by some unknown sources of information or agenda; and now 80 Americans may be dead and not because of this nation’s authorized treaties, agreements and interests based upon the will of its people through their elected president and members of U.S. Congress.
[NOTE: The photo used in this story does not show U.S. soldiers who were killed during the Iranian government’s missile strike on two air bases in Iraq. The source of the photo is unknown, but its 2005 date implies the date of the U.S. soldiers shown dead were in Afghanistan.]