Skip to comments.Four-Star General: Trump Ending Iran Appeasement Could End Regime
Posted on 09/20/2020 4:53:50 PM PDT by Hojczyk
Keane said that, in addition to enforcing sanctions and ending the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, Trumps brokering the restoration of diplomatic ties between Israel and the United Arab Emirates is a game change
dramatically against the mullahs, Keane said. This is not just a historical event. Its a geopolitical paradigm shift.
I think the steps the United States took this week and that is, we are finally going to put together a political, economic and military alliance with the countries in the Middle East to confront Iran, Keane told Breitbart News.
That I think is the most significant political event I have seen in years, Keane said. This president has ended the appeasement of the Iranian regime for 40 years.
Democrat and Republican presidents, liberal and conservative, as part of that have all appeased this regime, Keane said. This president is ending that.
Keane said he believes this is the start of pressures that could lead to the demise of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his decades-long grip on Iran.
Theres going to be many other countries that are going to fold themselves into the alliance, Keane said. Its going to lead to more isolation and more pressure on the regime.
And, to be frank about it, I have never seen the mullahs back on their heels as much as they are right now, Keane said. And its going to get worse for them.
Keane spoke with Breitbart News in Washington, DC, on Friday where he took part in an international summit of the Iranian diaspora that unfolded through livestreams emanating from 10,000 locations, including inside Iran and from Albania, where the Peoples Mujahedin of Iran (MEK) an affiliate of the nations most prominent dissident organization, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) is headquartered.
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From a general that loved a lot of wars....maybe he has seen the light
Nice job Mr. President.
The Globalists love the endless wars. For them, the “solution” in the Middle East is always more boots on the ground.
Trump came in as an outsider and said, “Why don’t we try diplomacy? How about we make a deal?”
Turns out, diplomacy works. Who knew?
All his and more will be completely undone in January if...
I couldnt care less who runs Iran.
a game change dramatically against the mullahs, Keane said. This is not just a historical event. Its a geopolitical paradigm shift.
No. Trump’s an idiot. Don Lemon promised this would start Armageddon. He promised he was an idiot.
Post 1979 Iran
Similar difference in Afghanistanat least in Kabul. Women were starting to wear western dresses. The mullahs in both countries were outraged and struck back. The women in both can be quite attractive, if they’re allowed to be.
The recent fires and explosions at key Iranian nuclear facilities as well as the cyberchaos they experiencd are just a mild warning to the mullahs just what will happen in far greater intensity when the time comes. The mullahs and their “Revolutionary Guards” won’t even see the people who destroy them. The UAE is an excellent place for Israeli F-35s to land, refuel and rearm. The stealthy drones, stealthy missiles and the on the ground Mossad saboteurs won’t be seen as well.
Trump IS asymmetrical warfare. On steroids.
Ezekiel 38 will end the Iranian ayatollah regime
More winning please.
Words fail me.
Little known and/or realized that General Keane was to become Army Chief of Staff upon the retirement of General Eric Shinseki in 2003. He chose to retire at the end of his term as Vice Chief of Staff rather than to become the new Army Chief of Staff because he, quietly, disagreed with the plans for invading Iraq and the projected aftermath.
There was a disagreement about the strategy for going into Iraq with President Bush siding with General Tommy Franks for a quick invasion and rapid withdrawal. Generals Shinseki and Keane had the Army staff and historians do in depth study and planning for what it would take for and AFTER an invasion. That research showed that an occupation would need to occur and that it would take about 100,000 soldiers for a period up to 10 years.
They were over ruled by Bush and Cheney who approved Frank’s “lightning strike” with a quick withdrawal. Of course the disbanding of the Iraq Army by the US civilian ‘overlord’ was a failure.
I will not say that he wanted to stay in Iraq for years, but he knew that not to plan fo r it, and for the administration to accept the possibility of that as irresponsible.
Right, I know. Sucks to be them.
Quite a feat by our President. And what has Joe Biden ever accomplished?
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