It is something strange to be writing about Israel launching on Iran on April 13th. It isn’t Friday the 13th, but it is Monday the 13th.
The reason I am saying this is Russia has now decided to set up S-300 missile batteries to bolster Iranian air defense. The issue is no longer “if” Israel will launch on Iran; the only issue is when and how soon that when is. The total collapse of the so called “Iranian Nuclear Deal” means Iran isn’t holding back at all. I will also note this Russian missile deployment came within two or three days of the nuclear talk collapse. We are in for it now. You heard it hear first.
This GUARANTIES AN ISRAEL STRIKE ON IRAN IN MY OPINION. While the 300 isn’t the “latest or best” Russia has, it will mean heavy losses for any planes Israel sends in.
Israel has three options to take out Iran. The first is flying human pilot planes and dropping bunker busters, or tactical nukes. This would result in the largest number of human killed, wounded, or captured air crew.
The second option is long range missile, cruise missile strikes on Iran. This would result in the fewest dead for Israel.
The third option is for Israel’s submarines to launch nuke tipped cruise missiles from close range off the Iranian coast. This is the safest way to do it.
My view is Israel will use all three methods. They will launch a MASS ATTACK AND LEAVE MULTIPLE SITES IN IRAN SMOKING RUBBLE. After that, total war will break out in the Middle East.
Other than that, gang spring is looking nice! <G>
Eat, drink and be merry; for soon we DIE!
Russia ignores UN sanctions to provide Iran with missile system which could be used to defend missile sites
- Vladimir Putin gave the go-ahead to supply the S-300 missile equipment
- Moscow blocked deliveries to Iran in 2010 after the UN imposed sanctions
Russia yesterday lifted a ban on supplying Iran with an air defence missile system which could be used to protect nuclear sites.
Vladimir Putin gave the go-ahead for the deal, with the defence ministry saying it was ready to supply the S-300 missile equipment ‘promptly’.
The move is likely to anger both the U.S. and Israel at a time of heightened tensions between the world powers and following a landmark deal on nuclear weapons.
Moscow blocked deliveries of the surface to air missiles to Iran in 2010 after the United Nations imposed sanctions on Tehran over its nuclear programme, barring hi-tech weapons sales.
Russia yesterday lifted a ban on supplying Iran with the air defence S-300 missile system (above), which could be used to protect nuclear sites
But the Russian president lifted the ban after Tehran struck an interim deal with Britain and five other countries to curb nuclear activities in exchange for sanctions relief.
The framework deal, reached this month, intended to significantly restrict Iran’s ability to produce nuclear weapons, while giving it relief from international sanctions.