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Why the World Fears Annexation - Fear is Iran's Main Export

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 24, 2020 at 12:19

There is now appearing the circumstances by which the hidden is becoming more obvious – Iran may be faltering in its efforts in obtaining nuclear superiority in the Middle East, but the regime's penultimate goal of diminishing, then eliminating Israel altogether is alive and gaining momentum; so much so that the proxies attempting to accomplish that very thing on behalf of Iran's ill intentions are legion and many.
Would they so anxious to see Israel hurt if they were aware of their own vulnerability to the devastation that is coming – Iran is not the only nuclear power that could bring about that kind of catastrophe.
Think of the other nuclear powers to the north that are clamoring for Israel to concede and their armories: what would restrain them if, in fear, they found themselves backed against the same wall as Israel? Iran is not telling them what is at stake if they, acting in union unison to the European interference of preventing Israel regaining Jewish sovereignty in Samaria and Judea, attempt the use of force to advance the desires of Iran in the Middle East. After all, they are still looking for the al-Madhi.
Does anyone think America under President Trump is going to stop that? Instead, fear is blinding the world to the truth that cannot be stopped. What is already begun is well on its way to its ultimate finish.

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Title Commenter Date Thread
1Iran and Trump [42 words]Jon PurizhanskyJan 21, 2020 11:40257345
What's Next Will Not Be Long in Coming [431 words]M ToveyJan 29, 2020 15:15257345
Deafening Pause as Israeli and American Politicking are Shifting [259 words]M ToveyMar 4, 2020 11:56257345
Time to Exhale - Many Have Not Yet Come to Understand - So Breathe [432 words]M ToveyMay 8, 2020 23:07257345
Iranian Self Deprecation Now Lit Up? [130 words]M ToveyMay 15, 2020 20:53257345
Iranian Regime - Malicious Intentions Now in Greater Retrospect [249 words]M ToveyMay 21, 2020 18:14257345
Trump Card Now Appearing in Annexation Hand [80 words]M ToveyJun 3, 2020 17:14257345
Why the World Fears Annexation - Fear is Iran's Main Export [233 words]M ToveyJun 24, 2020 12:19257345

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