A little more than 8 years ago, during June 2009, the Iranian people who were peacefully protesting against the fraudulent Iranian Presidential election, were met with armed murderous Iranian Regime gangs who shot and murdered dozens of protesters.
Then, shockingly, President Obama sanctioned the Iranian Regime’s murderous repression by stating he didn’t want to be seen as “meddling” in Iran’s internal affairs. Among those unarmed peaceful protesters murdered by the motorcycle-mounted Iranian Regime Basij, or para-military militia, was Neda Agha-Soltan.
Today, whle this article is being read, there are dozens of massive spontaneous demonstrations of thousands of Iranians – raging throughout Iran. One wouldn’t know it because the media doesn’t want you to know that the brave Iranian people are reacting to President Trump’s explicit criticisms of the megalomaniacal and genocidal Iranian Theocratic Regime. Today’s protesting Iranians see in President Donald Trump a true liberator from the tyrannical and murderous Iranian Regime. All President Trump needs to do in 2017 to reverse Obama’s 2009 catastrophic sanction of Iranian murder is tweet “We remember Neda Agha-Soltan” and attach the following video of her bloody murder.
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But, first, let’s learn a little about the Iranian martyr Neda Agha-Soltan. She was the 26 year-old child of an Iranian civil servant. She had divorced her first husband in her early 20s because “his family’s social conservatism grated against Neda’s more liberal background, and the couple drifted apart” according to the Guardian. It added, “Neda enjoyed new fashions and make-up, she went to the gym and loved dancing. She was fiercely independent and a voracious reader whose favourite novel was Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights.”
“…She was always very brave and defended herself,” says Rostami. “She was given the nickname Tayeb [after a 1970s South Tehran street tough]. All the children in the streets were afraid of Neda, because she was so strong. Even her older sister, Hoda, deferred to her.””
In short, Neda was beautiful free-spirited apolitical young Iranian with a mind of her own who just believed she should stand in a peaceful protest for her candidate Mousavi, who was seen as a little more moderate then the rigged Regime choice.
Tthen-President Obama’s clearly protected the Iranian regime. While French President Sarkozy properly called the 2009 Iranian Presidential election a “fraud,” Obama took a mild, if not approving,, tone. Neda was murdered on June 15, 2009. The next day, on June 16, Obama spoke. We will let Obama’s despicable sanctioning of the Iranian Regime’s murders of peaceful protesters speak for themselves:
“It’s important to understand that, although there is amazing ferment taking place in Iran, the difference between Ahmadinejad and Mousavi in terms of their actual policies may not be as great as has been advertised. Either way, we were going to be dealing with an Iranian regime that has historically been hostile to the United States, that has caused some problems in the neighborhood and has been pursuing nuclear weapons. Am I optimistic that that will happen? You know – I take a wait-and-see approach. Either way, it’s important for the United States to engage in the tough diplomacy around those permanent security concerns that we have – nuclear weapons, funding of terrorism. It is not productive, given the history of US-Iranian relations to be seen as meddling – the US president, meddling in Iranian elections.”
That is how Obama gave the green light to the murderous Ayatollahs to murder at will.
Now, a little more than eight years later, the same murderous Iranian terror-state armed with the 150 billion dollars Obama gave it has spread bedlam and mayhem across the Middle East and endangered the world,with its evil-twin relationship with the North Korean nuclear maniac Kim Yong-Il. Instead of investing the 150 billion in the people of Iran, the Iranian terror-state has planted seeds of terror, mass-murder, and genocide all over the world.
Iran will blithely murder hundreds of thousands of Muslims in Syria to achieve what it sees as its empire-making gateway to the Mediterranean Sea.
It’s the classic gambit for a terror-Nazi state, invest in guns to murder people rather than in butter to feed your own citizens. And, without the Obama-safety-net, Iran’s guns-over-butter choice has come crashing down on the Iranian terror regime’s heads. Massive popular spontaneous protests have sprung up complaining about high-prices, shouting “Death to high-prices,” “Death to Rouhani,” Death to the Dictator.” The “Dictator” is none other than Iran’s terrorist-in-chief “Supreme Leader” Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
And, while we are are on the subject of Iran’s Supreme Terrorist Khamenei, let’s take a look at a recent Khamenei tweet against America:
The war of tweets
What’s good for the terrorist-in-chief, is good for the Leader of the Free World. If Khamenei falsely attacks the United States, the United States can and must attack the leading terror state Iran with truth.
If President Trump can tweet videos of a super-imposed, fake-news, CNN getting pummeled, the President of the Free World can tweet the videIf President Trump can call Kim Jong-Il “fat,” he can certainly tweet videos of the current Iranian protests that prove Iran invests its resources into terror and violence and murder.
In short, it is high time to weaponize his tweeter account against the real enemy: the Islamic Republic of Iran. It doesn’t risk a single American soldier to enemy fire. It doesn’t cost the United States Treasury a single penny. It doesn’t require a Congressional declaration of war, or a single appropriation bill.
Such a tweet will not be a “Donald Trump Tweet,” but a “United States of America Tweet.” Instead of saying Donald Trump saying “You’re fired,” President Trump should say, “Ready, Aim, Fire.”
Thank G-d for President Trump.