It Only Takes One Iranian Missile to Kill 200 Million Americans

Glenn Beck interviewed Reza Kahlili last week as shown on the video below. The prospect that was outlined looks much more plausible based on the following report that Iran will be sending warships close to our coast. One ship and one missile with a nuclear warhead capable of delivering an EMP will kill 200 million Americans in the first year. This is the only way the Iran can defeat the United States or as Iran calls us: the Great Satan.

As our president stages faux town halls and our governor calls for a suspension of elections next year, the confidence level of our safety is spirally downward. The possibility of a nightmare scenario is not discussed by our media or our leaders but it is now a critical time in our nation’s history. Iran is not playing a game: they are convinced that they are destined to build a worldwide Islamic caliphate.

I hope that someone in our military recognizes the danger coming from both internal and external forces to the United States because there are no second chances in this scenario.

David DeGerolamo

Iran says could deploy navy near U.S. coast: report

TEHRAN (Reuters) – Iran raised the prospect on Tuesday of sending military
ships close to the United States’ Atlantic coast, in what would be a major
escalation of tensions between the long-standing adversaries.

“Like the arrogant powers that are present near our marine borders, we will
also have a powerful presence close to American marine borders,” the head of the
Navy, Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari said, according to the official IRNA news

Speaking at a ceremony marking the 31st anniversary of the start of the
1980-1988 war with Iraq, Sayyari gave no details of when such a deployment could
happen or the number or type of vessels to be used.

The declaration comes just weeks after Turkey said it would host a NATO early
warning radar system which will help spot missile threats from outside Europe,
including potentially from Iran. The decision has angered Tehran which had
enjoyed close relations with Ankara.


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Jeff Brodhead
9 years ago

[ O’BHO-zo’s gotta GO! ]