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It does not matter who we elect as President when it comes to Iran

 
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It does not matter who we elect as President when it comes to Iran
That Geo-Strategy has been in play for some time now, and every President: Bush, Clinton, Bush and Obama -- has done their part in fulfilling part of that Geo-Strategy.

There's a reason why Clinton, Bush and Obama did not take action with Iran.

Our Geo-Strategy is very coherent and logical, and there are things that must be done in preparation for other actions.

It's like a big chess match, but instead of light and dark squares, you have countries.

And, like a chess match, once you start, there's no starting over: you either win, draw or lose.

Also like a chess match, you cannot change strategy in the middle of the match.

Neither your Presidents nor your Congress has any control over our Geo-Strategy. That is solely in the purview of the Bureaucrats. Why? Because changing strategy every 4-8 years with a new President leaves you with no coherent strategy at all, and you end up in a situation worse than you could ever possibly imagine.

More than that, there really isn't any viable alternative strategy that would benefit you, and then the cost to change strategy is in the $TRILLIONs, so it's not like we can afford it.

No, you're going to see this out to the bitter end, whatever that might be.

Those of you who think Iraq and Afghanistan are failures don't have a clue.

The goal was always to create a situation where the US can maintain a military presence indefinitely.

How's that working out for everyone?

Well, so far, it's a smashing success, because that's exactly what's happening.

Those of you who play chess or checkers or strategy games like Risk, don't you put pieces in places to control certain squares on the board or certain areas?

Well, of course you do.

That's exactly the function of Iraq and Afghanistan.

When the opportunity presents itself, and it's anyone's guess as to when that will happen or what it might look like, because the US could coerce a confrontation, or use a false-flag event or use some other seemingly unrelated event as justification, whoever is President is going to give the order.

So, at the end of the day, it doesn't matter if you elect a Republican, or Democrat or Independent, or Green-Party or Libertarian or Communist or Socialist or whatever party, they're going to do it, and they'll do it, because they won't see any other options, or they'll be led to believe (by the Bureaucracy) that's the only option.

I'm not saying I agree with the Strategy, in fact I've never said that, I'm just telling you what it is and why.
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Re: It does not matter who we elect as President when it comes to Iran
When people have to focus on something important, they don't want to be distracted by fashion.
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Those who believe presidents control anything big are fools. There is continuity of policy between one admin to the next and no president is going to change that.

Presidents are team mascots for the sheep to fight over while the real movers and shakers remain untouched.
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Trump has done so much to benefit our country. He has taken out ISIS, largely, and make trade deals to benefit us. But he drums the beat for wars which have already been inked.

And i do not know how to think about it. Sure Iran has proxies, and have caused great strife in other countries because of that... But the U.S.A has done the same, and in greater fashion.

I have a pit in my stomach, that feels we are still getting played GLP. Dont hate on me too hard, i'm for America.
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The Kenyon would have flown over to give blowjobs...



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The Kenyon would have flown over to give blowjobs...



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I know you meant to add some humor.
Sanctions were not in place like we have now.
Like Iraq, we need to soften them up for the killing.
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Re: It does not matter who we elect as President when it comes to Iran
You are mistaken. It does not matter whe we elect as president when it comes to ANYTHING.
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You are mistaken. It does not matter whe we elect as president when it comes to ANYTHING.
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Can't say ANYTHING...

What about the TPP. Paris accord? Maybe it was all a set up to make us believe ... I don't fuckin know
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Iraq and Afghanistan are like squeezing a zit (Iran).

Yup, in play too long for them to back down.
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Re: It does not matter who we elect as President when it comes to Iran
Iraq and Afghanistan are like squeezing a zit (Iran).

Yup, in play too long for them to back down.
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Yea, take a look at the countries surrounding Iran and our military bases staged there.
You would have to a brain dead zombie to not see what the plan is long term.

The threats and any postures Iran makes are for public consumption only and help feed the masses.

The best way to piss off the NWO Globalists is for Iran to say or do nothing but then a false flag attack would be launched in their name....
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Re: It does not matter who we elect as President when it comes to Iran
That Geo-Strategy has been in play for some time now, and every President: Bush, Clinton, Bush and Obama -- has done their part in fulfilling part of that Geo-Strategy.

There's a reason why Clinton, Bush and Obama did not take action with Iran.

Our Geo-Strategy is very coherent and logical, and there are things that must be done in preparation for other actions.

It's like a big chess match, but instead of light and dark squares, you have countries.

And, like a chess match, once you start, there's no starting over: you either win, draw or lose.

Also like a chess match, you cannot change strategy in the middle of the match.

Neither your Presidents nor your Congress has any control over our Geo-Strategy. That is solely in the purview of the Bureaucrats. Why? Because changing strategy every 4-8 years with a new President leaves you with no coherent strategy at all, and you end up in a situation worse than you could ever possibly imagine.

More than that, there really isn't any viable alternative strategy that would benefit you, and then the cost to change strategy is in the $TRILLIONs, so it's not like we can afford it.

No, you're going to see this out to the bitter end, whatever that might be.

Those of you who think Iraq and Afghanistan are failures don't have a clue.

The goal was always to create a situation where the US can maintain a military presence indefinitely.

How's that working out for everyone?

Well, so far, it's a smashing success, because that's exactly what's happening.

Those of you who play chess or checkers or strategy games like Risk, don't you put pieces in places to control certain squares on the board or certain areas?

Well, of course you do.

That's exactly the function of Iraq and Afghanistan.

When the opportunity presents itself, and it's anyone's guess as to when that will happen or what it might look like, because the US could coerce a confrontation, or use a false-flag event or use some other seemingly unrelated event as justification, whoever is President is going to give the order.

So, at the end of the day, it doesn't matter if you elect a Republican, or Democrat or Independent, or Green-Party or Libertarian or Communist or Socialist or whatever party, they're going to do it, and they'll do it, because they won't see any other options, or they'll be led to believe (by the Bureaucracy) that's the only option.

I'm not saying I agree with the Strategy, in fact I've never said that, I'm just telling you what it is and why.
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Wonders if the players take a potty break and mom puts the board and pieces away?

Do you just start the game over?