Iran’s New Intercontinental Nuke-Capable Missile Can Reach Far Beyond Europe


Iranian military leaders admitted this week to building and operating missile-manufacturing plants in Syria, where it was also revealed that Tehran is helping Syria build a secret nuclear facility.

Iran has been busy while Obama and Kerry pretend real negotiations are taking place.

Iran's missile

Iran has built a 27-meter-long missile, capable of delivering a warhead “far beyond Europe,” and placed it on a launch pad at a site close to Tehran, an Israeli television report said Wednesday, showing what it said were the first satellite images of the missile ever seen in the West.

The missile is capable of taking a manned spacecraft or satellite into space, the TV report said.

We should be blowing this thing out of the sky but we’re friends with Iran now and enemies with Israel.

Check out Iran’s brand new intercontinental missile:

Iran and Hezbollah appear to be planning a joint invasion possibly of Galilee, Israeli troops have moved in after Iran threatened a “crushing response.”

Israeli Major General Eyal Ben Reuven said that a ‘high-level’ and ‘sophisticated’ attack on northern Israel could be ‘imminent’, a week after Hezbollah’s leader threatened to bring war to the region

Research group The Israel Project came to the same conclusion, saying that the presence of Tabatabai ‘probably indicates operations aimed at overrunning Israeli border towns.’

A delusional Barack Obama thinks his strategy is working. It’s probably the Yemen strategy. He told us “we turned a page” during his recent SOTU.

First Mr. Obama lies in the video below and claims Congress is insisting on new sanctions. [There will only be sanctions if Iran negotiates in bad faith as they have been doing.] Secondly, Obama thinks his strategy is working even though Iran is closing in on Israel, building a bomb, has an intercontinental missile capable of carrying a nuclear warhead far beyond Europe, and is building missile manufacturing plants in Syria.

Hillary Clinton is lining up on the side of weak negotiations as fast as she can.

Speaking at a conference in Winnipeg, Canada, Clinton ignored the fact that Iran continues to negotiate in bad faith and instead said the threat of enhanced sanctions, should Iran not negotiate in good faith, would “guarantee that diplomacy fails.”

Clinton went further, asking, “why do we want to be the catalyst for the collapse of negotiations,” she said.

“Why would we want to be the catalyst for negotiations”, she said. [when they’ve worked so well so far?]

Let Iran spin those centrifuges in pursuit of a nuclear weapon because they are!


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