(Paul Joseph Watson) Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi claims that in the build up to Qasem Soleimani’s assassination, President Trump threatened to carry out false flag murders of Iraqi protesters that would then be blamed on Abdul-Mahdi unless he agreed to hand over 50% of the country’s oil revenue.
(Aaron Kesel) Iran has unleashed a barrage of missile fire on military base Al-Asad and Erbil international airport in Iraq, leading many to speculate there is a greater response to come; and if the events in the past few days wasn’t a sign of war, this certainly is. Amid the attack, there was also a report of a civilian airliner crashing in Tehran that was heading to Kiev, showing what’s to come as innocents die as a casualty of war. And earthquakes hit near a nuclear plant in Iran, raising suspicions about the timing.
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(Paul Joseph Watson) Suggests Soleimani was not a terrorist.
(Jake Novak) It’s been four days since the U.S. precision drone strike that killed Iran’s Quds army commander Qasem Soleimani. Thankfully, we have not seen the outbreak of World War III as of yet. But we have learned three valuable lessons.
(Zero Hedge) Following a message from President Trump claiming “all is well”, and another comment from Iranian Foreign Minister Javid Zarif claiming that Iran had “concluded” its reprisals for the killing of General Suleimani, markets have latched on to the belief that perhaps Iran is finished with its retaliation, while Trump appears to have found the “off ramp” that he was looking for.
(Steve Watson) “As an Iranian, I want to thank you with all my heart” Related Trump Jabs Dems Over Iran Reaction, Rages That ‘Killer’ Soleimani “Should Have Been Taken Out Years Ago!” Source – Summit by Steve Watson, January 3rd, 2020 Iranians and Iraqis are celebrating after the Pentagon, under the direction of President Trump, carried […]
(Zero Hedge) Following Saturday’s [sic] mortar attacks, and bellicosity from various Iranian (and Iran-backed) leaders, President Trump has responded in words (for now), warning Iran in three short words: “no more threats!”
(Paul Joseph Watson) Some claim it was a warning.
(Whitney Webb) The recent assassination of Iran’s most popular and well-known general, Qassem Soleimani, has stoked fears that a new war pitting the U.S. and its allies against Iran could soon become a devastating and deadly reality. The airstrike that killed Soleimani, conducted by the U.S. in Baghdad, was conducted without the authorization or even prior notification of the U.S. Congress and without the approval of Iraq’s government or military, making the attack flagrantly illegal on multiple levels. The attack also killed Iraqi militia commander Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, who was an advisor to Soleimani.