Right After Landing In Israel, Trump Made Shocking Announcement About What He’s Really There For

President Donald Trump, after arriving in Israel this morning, gave a speech our enemies will not soon forget.

During the second stop of his first overseas tour, the president was greeted by Israeli leaders as he landed in Jerusalem this morning. Where he spoke about the peace process and the threats both Israel and The United States, face in an area that’s in so much shambles that no one believes can ever be fixed.

President Trump wasted no time in calling out and going after the rogue Muslim terrorist state of Iran. He made it very clear that there is a new sheriff in town and that the leading from behind days of former President Barack Hussein Obama was done and over with. He sent them a stern warning that he will not allow a rogue state such as Iran to have a nuclear weapon.

During his trip to the Middle East, President Trump has been very clear that our Allies will be rewarded and that our enemies will be stopped. The fact that Iran can indeed become a super power with nuclear capabilities is not in the best interest of anyone who likes the human race. There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that the radical Islam Iranian regime, which was given to us during the late 70’s by the failed weakling that is former anti-Semitic President Jimmy “Peanut Farmer” Carter, will not hesitate to use them on their enemies, which include Israel and the USA.

American Thinker Reports:

Iranian Aggression Will Continue

The Iranians have about 19 more months to take advantage of the naivety of President Obama and his Administration. You can be sure that they will do so.

We have seen this all throughout the 18 months of the nuclear negotiations with the P 5 + 1. During these negotiations, when Islamist Iran was supposedly working so hard to come to a compromise with the U.S. regarding its nuclear capabilities, we instead saw U.S. appeasement matched by Iranian cheating on the “deal,” a worsening human rights situation in Iran, and Iranian aggression in Iraq, Yemen, Lebanon, Syria, and the Persian Gulf.

It should be obvious why the Iranians are behaving this way. Contrary to the conventional wisdom, since the Islamist Iranians first seized our embassy in Teheran in 1979, the U.S. has reached out numerous times to push diplomacy to make common cause with Iranian “moderates,” only to see our efforts continuously rebuffed. Presidents Carter, Reagan — remember Iran-Contra? — Bush I, Clinton, and even Bush II — under the prodding of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice — all tried and failed to “reach out” and “compromise” with the “moderates.” In fact, each time, the Iranian Islamists rewarded them with more bad behavior, including threats, violence, kidnapping, terrorism, building nuclear weapons, and more.

The Islamist Iranians simply don’t like the United States. They don’t just shout“Death to America” to hear themselves speak. Most recently, this has been aptly demonstrated by a study of the K-12 textbooks with which the Iranian leadership indoctrinates their youth to hate Americans. “Textbooks of tyrannies are the most authentic reflection of the nature and mission of the regimes,” Ambassador (Ret.) Yoram Ettinger describes these textbooks as follows:

Iranian school textbooks, such as The Qur’an and Life (Grade 12, p. 125) prepare Iranian children for the Ayatollahs’ sublime goal: the apocalyptic, horrifying, millenarian, military battle against the USA and other “arrogant oppressors of the world,” which are ostensibly led by “idolatrous devils.” While the “savior” — the infallible, immortal, divinely ordained and eventual global leader, the Mahdi — has not surfaced yet, Iranian children are taught that the battle is already raging throughout the world, awaiting their sacrifice.

As Amb. (Ret.) Ettinger notes, the Iranian leadership’s apocalyptic religious vision is one of the primary reasons for its hatred of the U.S. and its extreme aggressiveness throughout the world. Dr. Bernard Lewis, the leading U.S. scholar on the Middle East and a consultant to the U.S. and other Western governments, warns about Iranian radicalism, “Iran’s leadership comprises a group of extreme fanatical Muslims who believe that their messianic times have arrived. This is quite dangerous… with these people in Iran, mutually assured destruction is not a deterrent factor, but rather an inducement. They feel that they can hasten the final messianic process. This is an extremely dangerous situation of which it is important to be aware.” Reports show that Supreme Leader Khamenei believes that the end of times is close at hand, and that the Iranian savior, the Mahdi, can be brought to the world through Iranian sponsored warfare and destruction. Obviously, acquiring and then using nuclear weapons on their enemies would be one way to do that.

Another reason for Iranian aggression is that “Iran has an apocalyptic regime with a great deal to be apocalyptic about. As I have argued in these pages since 2005, no poor country in the entire troubled history of the world has seen its fertility rate plunge from 7 children per female just one generation ago to only 1.6 children per female today… As a matter of arithmetic, Iran can sustain a third of its population as elderly dependents only by acquiring the wealth of its neighbors, for example, Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, which has a Shia majority, and where Iran already is attempting to subvert the Saudi monarchy. That is why Iran is aggressive, and why no negotiation will contain it,” noted demographer David Goldman said. A UN report has warned that Iran’s population would begin to shrink in two decades and would decline by more than 50 per cent by the end of the century if present trends continued. This means that if Islamist Iran is going to move to conquer surrounding Shia majority areas in Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Bahrain, Syria, and Yemen, the time to do so is now. And indeed, no doubt coincidently, that is exactly what we are seeing throughout the Middle East today.

A third reason for Iranian aggression stems from Iranian culture and history. Iran, under all types of leadership, has long had a desire to dominate the Middle East and the rest of the world. Prior to Islam, Persia (as Iran was then known) was one of the superpowers of the Ancient World. In 2006, the blockbuster movie 300came out, depicting in a very stylized form the Persian invasion of Greece in the 5th century BC. Invasions continued under Muslim rulers such as “the Safavid Dynasty of the 16th century… Under the Safavids, the Shah and the mullahs alike, Tehran has vied for regional domination. Do not expect Iran to compromise its principles any time soon.”

A fourth reason is that Iran is a theocracy, and not some sort of democracy or republic which is statistically less likely to wage war upon another democracy or republic such as the U.S. or Israel. As even PBS has conceded, “On the surface, the U.S. and Iranian governments have much in common: a president who is popularly elected, a boisterous legislature, and a powerful judiciary. The obvious difference lies in the fact that Iran is an Islamic theocracy, and that one man, the Supreme Leader, exerts ideological and political control over a system dominated by clerics who shadow every major function of the state.”

Finally, there is the fact that the Iranian Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Khamenei, is dying of cancer. He probably only has a few years to live. Might this fact prompt him to push more quickly for Iran’s final triumph over the “Great Satan,” i.e., the U.S? Might this also prompt him to push for more quick conquests and warfare to prompt the return of the Madhi?

Combining all the above reasons, we can count on Iranian aggression to continue and increase until the end of President Obama’s second term. We can also expect more cheating by the Iranians in their efforts to develop a nuclear missile.

These facts should be obvious to any objective and informed observer. They are obvious to President Obama’s former Defense Intelligence Agency Michael Flynn.

Of course, they are not obvious to President Obama, Secretary Kerry, and the rest of the U.S. administration. That is why I have compared the president to the foolish and incompetent fictional character, George Costanza, from Seinfeld. These days, I feel a little bad about that — whatever faults George Costanza had, he was at least self-aware that he was a foolish and incompetent person. President Obama still thinks he is a benevolent and wise president making the world a more peaceful and stable place. In his benevolent wisdom, he has decided that the best way to stabilize and make more peaceful the Middle East is to give billions of dollars to Iran, and allow the America-hating, belligerent, apocalyptic, terror-sponsoring, genocidal Iranian regime to develop nuclear weapons.

God help us.

No wonder the anti-American American Left Wing Media is so against President Trump. They can see the failed years of leading from behind of President Barry Obama are now over, and the whole world is starting to realize that fact. Peace Through Strength, which was coined by the late President Ronald Reagan works. America needs to be respected and feared. If not, rogue two-bit dictatorships like Iran feel they can have the run of the place while putting in danger the very survival of the Human Race.

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Al ran for the California State Assembly in his home district in 2010 and garnered more votes than any other Republican since 1984. He’s worked on multiple political campaigns and was communications director for the Ron Nehring for California Lt. Governor campaign during the primaries in 2014. He has also held multiple positions within his local Republican Central Committee including Secretary, and Vice President of his local California Republican Assembly chapter. While also being an ongoing delegate to the California Republican Party for almost a decade.

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