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When talking about Iran, it’s easy to fall into the trap of saying “full scale invasion.” But that’s Talmud geopolitics and that’s something that you’re not meant to hear. What is on the surface and what is politically correct however is the issue of navigational freedom in the Persian gulf, the Strait of Hormuz, and the Gulf of Oman.
Lately, someone has been kicking up dust by sabotaging oil tankers. There was the -Amjad- sabotage, along with 3 other ships and 1 saudi ship on May 14 in the Sea of Oman. Then there was the -MT Front Altair- and the -Kokuka Courageous- sabotage on June 13 in the Strait of Hormuz.
The Saudis blame Iran for the Amjad. The US blames Iran for the Altair and the Courageous. Iran blames Israel, Saudi Arabia, and the US.
So a justification for a US military engagement would need to be based on navigational safety and international law…(Everyone knows it’s just Israel making America its bitch again, like always).
So when the internet dreams up wet scenes of B52’s dropping nuclear bombs on Tehran, you can be sure that there are other more efficient ways of making Iran bleed. If navigational safety is really at the core of the issue, then it would make strategic sense to knock out all the places where Iran can project military strength. Particularly all those circled areas along the coast. There isn’t even a need to touch Tehran. All those circles hypothetically represent more immediate returns to the initial investment.
Doing this instead would satisfy the politically correct narrative, and at the very least it would force CNN to choose between 2 things:
1. condemning the killing and subjugation of innocent Iranian civilians (which would anger CNN’s masters and would result in massive paycuts and layoffs)
2. praising Trump (who they hate) for being Israel’s big bad mercenary.
Either way everybody loses, but boy will it be a fantastic shitshow!
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