July 22, 2019
By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers
A bleak and ghastly worded new Ministry of Defense (MoD) report circulating in the Kremlin today confirming that the more than 1,500 personnel, over 30 warships and support vessels and more than 150 items of combat and special hardware have switched to live-fire drills in the Caspian Sea bordering Iran, states this defensive action of the Federation is needed as a direct response to a furious Iran having just warned the United Kingdom that it risks being dragged into the “War Of The Century”—a war the British are being dragged into after the United States failed to start it on its own—which saw the British refusing to help the Americans, that is until Iran seized one of its oil tankers—but is a war the US has only two options in fighting—either they unite the entire world in condemnation against them by using nuclear weapons—or begin using American children to fight their wars—a necessity caused by their own research proving that the vast majority of their military forces fighting non-stop wars for nearly 20-years now sees them being psychologically classified as “mental vegetables”—thus spurring them to begin exploring the recruitment to their military ranks of children as young as 16-years-old. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]
Nearly 20-years of non-stop war has left vast majority of American military troops in exhausted vegetative mental state…
…thus causing the United States to begin exploring the use of child soldiers to fight their wars.
According to this report, and not being told to the American people, one of the greatest existential threats to dominant United States military power in the Middle East emerged on 2 February 2019—and was when Iran announced their “Strategic Leap” development and deployment of their Hoveizeh Cruise Missile having a range of 1,300 kilometers (800 miles)—which needs only a very short time for its preparedness and can fly at a low altitudes allowing it go undetected by most radar systems—and a little over a fortnight later, on 17 February 2019, saw Iran further unveiling their home-built fleet of submarines able to launch cruise missiles, too—of which the Iranian military has thousands, if not tens-of-thousands, of in their arsenals.
Responding to this direct Iranian threat against their hegemony (dominance by one country) in this vital to the world oil and gas region, this report details, the United States, on 15 April 2019, deployed to the Middle East for the first time in history its most advanced nuclear weapon capable F-35 stealth fighter bombers—that was followed a few weeks later, on 6 May 2019, by their further sending against Iran the USS Abraham Lincoln nuclear weapon armed aircraft carrier strike battle group—and, also on 6 May 2019, their sending their B-52 nuclear armed heavy bombers against Iran, too—followed again, on 10 May 2019, with their deploying Patriot Missile batteries to defend against Iran—under whose protective cover, on 28 June 2019, they flew in a massive fleet of their nuclear weapon capable highly advanced F-22 stealth fighter bombers—all of which today, on 22 July 2019, are being joined by American military forces flooding into Saudi Arabia for the first time since 2003 when they were preparing to invade Iraq and topple its leader Saddam Hussein from power.
As to why the United States has arrayed against Iran a multi-trillion dollar arsenal of weapons, manpower and equipment costing hundreds-of-millions of dollars a week to maintain at peak combat readiness, this report explains, is due to their knowing that this conflict will be the first true 21st Century War—that will pit America’s largest in world history military might against “The Iranian Fortress”—an apt description describing an Iranian nation surrounded on all sides by mined waters and impassable mountains and deserts—and which is five-times larger than Germany that, during World War II, it took six-years to defeat using tens-of-millions of Allied forces and cost millions of lives.
Most critical to note about a US-Iran War, this report says, is that during the US-led 1991 Gulf War, for all of America’s vast and massive war fighting and intelligence capabilities, it wasn’t able to find and destroy even a single one of Iraq’s mobile launched missiles before it was fired—a lesson capitalized on by the Iranians over these past 28-years that’s seen them producing and deploying tens-of-thousands of mobile short range, long range, ballistic and cruise missiles everywhere imaginable—to include in vast deep underground bombproof caverns scattered throughout their vast mountainous regions, on every type of maritime vessel that’s able to float, on thousands of ordinary looking large transport vehicles (semi trucks) constantly moving along their nation’s thousands of miles of roadways, on thousands of railcars that are, also, near constantly moving, and can be fired by hundreds of their military and civilian aircraft, too.
The grave dangers of these tens-of-thousands of Iranian missiles awaiting war, this report warns, are the unknown number of them armed with Uranium-235—a radioactive material Iran has produced in mass quantities, though keeping its percentage threshold below what’s needed to produce a nuclear weapon—but doesn’t matter anyway because the Iranians can easily place this radioactive substance in missiles and explode them over everything in the Middle East they so choose—that are known as “Uranium Dirty Bombs”—whose half-life of 703.8 million years would make uninhabitable every US warship, every US military base and every Middle East country aiding the Americans—and whose fearful unimaginable destructive power is equally matched by Iranian cruise missiles armed with non-nuclear Flux Compression Generator Bombs that are able to wipe out the electrical grids of entire cities with a electrometric pulse (EMP)—which are actually simple to make, and were invented by the Americans in the 1950’s.
Being kept from the knowledge of the American people as their nation nears war with Iran, this report concludes, is that the most expensive war game in their country’s history (costing over $250 million) saw, in the Millennium Challenge 2002, retired US Marine Lieutenant General Paul Van Riper using all of Iran’s military capability and feared secret weapons against an invading and attacking US force—a US force General Van Riper annihilated—but after which, and beyond belief, saw the US military re-starting this war game not allowing General Van Riper to use any of Iran’s feared secret weapons, tactics or full military capabilities—thus resulting in the US, of course, winning this war game—but in today’s reality of real war, is a fantasy result the American military will not be able to repeat against an Iran who has no plans of giving them a do-over.
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