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Circumstances Less About the Fall of Mullahs; More About Who They Take With Them

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 27, 2021 at 01:18

To be sure, the current Iranian Islamic Regime leadership is apparently in a state of extreme disassociative circumstances in that as they have the entirety of the Persian identity wrapped in Muslim attitudes; evidently they have found there are limitations they cannot control. It may be that they're in fact, in a minority. This could be why a minority were able to promote a hardliner's agenda for legacy purposes for Khamenei; how else will they be able to continue in the search for thermo-nuclear primacy in the region. What they, and anyone else who thought having a nuclear edge would give an advantage to any who sought such ambitions of empire, is that nuclear power is not humanity's to control. It never was.
Think about it; America won the race against Germany, even as Germany once thought they had the edge. Actually they did; until they messed up in not recognizing where the science of nuclear dynamics came from. After America deployed the use, everyone else misjudged the respect necessary to keep from destroying mankind with it and beginning with the secularistic empires of pride like the Soviets and later emulators, seeking nuclear capabilities took advantage of the science much in the same was as weaponized biology and look where it has gotten anybody; on the verge of destruction.
Why does the Iranian populace have a growing Messianic discipleship in spite of Islamic threats?
Even the Mullahs do not know; but be aware, this will not stop them from the eve of their own destruction. Christianity has the hope that Islam never provided. Does anyone else know why?


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