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    Why Was Soleimani Assassinated?

    Monday January 06, 2020



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    Trump Assassinated the Iranian Regime's Top CIA Asset...
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    Did he have dirt on the Clintons?
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    Assassinating a terrorist that ordered people to be tortured.

    Let that sink in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donnay View Post
    Assassinating a terrorist that ordered people to be tortured.

    Let that sink in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ender View Post
    Like the US that runs Gitmo? Maybe you should actually listen to Ron.
    I am not in agreement whatsoever with Gitmo. I think Gitmo is a holding station for soon-to-be radicals in the making.

    Again, our embassy was in danger and swift actions were taken by the Commander and Chief.
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    Quote Originally Posted by donnay View Post
    Assassinating a terrorist that ordered people to be tortured.

    Let that sink in.
    Welp hell freezes over. Plus rep.
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    Well

    he sure as heck didn't kill himself... unlike some people we know.

    honestly I think he just happened to be there and they got lucky (or he got unlucky)

    why I should worship the state (who apparently is the only party that can possess guns without question).
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    Quote Originally Posted by jkr View Post
    Well

    he sure as heck didn't kill himself... unlike some people we know.

    honestly I think he just happened to be there and they got lucky (or he got unlucky)
    Or it was a set-up. Go to the 5:20 mark in the Liberty Report. They talk about this.

    Soleimani Was in Baghdad on Mission for Saudi Peace
    Iraqi PM says Soleimani was supposed to deliver reply to Saudi message
    Jason Ditz - January 5, 2020

    On Thursday night, the US assassinated top Iranian Gen. Qassam Soleimani in a drone strike at Baghdad International Airport. His arrival was actually part of ongoing diplomatic efforts, according to Iraqi PM Adel Abdul-Mahdi.

    Soleimani’s visit was related to well-documented Saudi attempts at diplomacy to ease tensions with Iran. The Saudis had dispatched a message of peace to Iran, with Iraq acting as an intermediary. Soleimani was coming to Iraq to deliver the Iranian government’s reply.

    The US assassination, then, undercut the peace effort to an enormous level. Iraq was keen to facilitate peace between its two neighbors, hopefully to calm down US threats against Iran. Instead, the US undercut the entire process.
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    More: https://news.antiwar.com/2020/01/05/...r-saudi-peace/
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    The US assassination, then, undercut the peace effort to an enormous level. Iraq was keen to facilitate peace between its two neighbors, hopefully to calm down US threats against Iran. Instead, the US undercut the entire process.
    Damn right
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    Also mentioned in this episode:

    WASHINGTON — In the chaotic days leading to the death of Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani, Iran’s most powerful commander, top American military officials put the option of killing him — which they viewed as the most extreme response to recent Iranian-led violence in Iraq — on the menu they presented to President Trump.

    They didn’t think he would take it. In the wars waged since the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, Pentagon officials have often offered improbable options to presidents to make other possibilities appear more palatable.

    After initially rejecting the Suleimani option on Dec. 28 and authorizing airstrikes on an Iranian-backed Shiite militia group instead, a few days later Mr. Trump watched, fuming, as television reports showed Iranian-backed attacks on the American Embassy in Baghdad, according to Defense Department and administration officials.

    By late Thursday, the president had gone for the extreme option. Top Pentagon officials were stunned.

    But some officials voiced private skepticism about the rationale for a strike on General Suleimani, who was responsible for the deaths of hundreds of American troops over the years. According to one United States official, the new intelligence indicated “a normal Monday in the Middle East” — Dec. 30 — and General Suleimani’s travels amounted to “business as usual.”

    That official described the intelligence as thin and said that General Suleimani’s attack was not imminent because of communications the United States had between Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, and General Suleimani showing that the ayatollah had not yet approved any plans by the general for an attack. The ayatollah, according to the communications, had asked General Suleimani to come to Tehran for further discussions at least a week before his death.

    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Vice President Mike Pence were two of the most hawkish voices arguing for a response to Iranian aggression, according to administration officials.
    ...
    More: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/01/04/u...suleimani.html
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    Why Was Soleimani Assassinated?
    Because Washington wants war and is hoping to goad Iran into providing a casus belli.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r3volution 3.0 View Post
    Because Washington wants war and is hoping to goad Iran into providing a casus belli.
    Wrong.

    It was to prevent him from conducting provocations to start one.
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