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Irony of How Much Certain Things Change (Like Heads of Multiple States); the More They Stay the Same.

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Mar 16, 2021 at 12:21

Here we are, a decade and a half later and three American Administrations later; and Israel still is no better off in defending against a nuclear ambitious Iranian Islamic Regime with deadly intentions beyond that of any normal international relationship: and few are yet is willing to concede that the Iranian Islamic Regime should be held accountable for such threatening behavior. One American Administrative Chief Executive attempted to do after the previous one PAID the Iranians to keep on keeping on; the results of that are now in the air again, this time the consequences are frightening as they are indeterminable. Now, the current American Administrative Chief Executive is bent on getting the Iranian Islamic back in track to dominate the region with nuclear extortion and once there, nothing will be withheld from their desire to destroy Israel and hold the rest of the world hostage in a way the European Union cannot stop. Ready?

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