Question: How’s That “Iran Number One Sponsor Of Terrorism” Thing Working For You, Cucks?

At the end of the day I’m a pretty logical and reasonable guy under the hyperbole, memes, and over the top humor that I sometimes like to indulge in.

But when push comes to shove, there are a few things that disgust me to the point of rage, and among them is the lie that Iran is the world’s number one sponsor of terrorism.

In my mind, it’s up there with the Legend of the (((Six Trillion))), the idea that Jews are the “Chosen” people of God, and the fantasy that the United States somehow possesses magic dirt that instantaneously transforms any humanoid into a proper blood and soil American patriot.

So to see figures in power engage in absurd mental gymnastics over this morning’s vicious Tehran ISIS attack (really the textbook definition of narrative collapse), I can’t help but respond in some fashion.

And yes, before you ask, the list of fools includes the one-time “God Emperor” himself.

Perhaps Donald should have avoided playing with the Saudi palentir a little while back – even Tolkien warned that the use of such an object could fry your brain and destroy your will.

From RT:

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards have accused Saudi Arabia of masterminding the deadly attacks in Tehran on Wednesday, a claim which Riyadh has denied. Islamic State previously claimed responsibility for the attacks which killed at least 12 people.

This terrorist attack happened only a week after the meeting between the U.S. president (Donald Trump) and the (Saudi) backward leaders who support terrorists. The fact that Islamic State has claimed responsibility proves that they were involved in the brutal attack,” said the statement, as quoted by Reuters. 

Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister, Adel Al-Jubeir, has denied that Riyadh was involved in the attacks.

“We condemn terrorist attacks anywhere they occur and we condemn the killing of the innocent anywhere it occurs,” Jubeir said, as quoted by Reuters.

He went on to state that there is no evidence to implicate Saudi Arabia in the attacks, and that Riyadh has no knowledge of who was responsible.

“We don’t know this. We haven’t seen the evidence,” he said, reiterating Riyadh’s position that Iran is the primary sponsor of terrorism around the world.

Earlier, Brigadier General Hossein Salami, IRGC deputy commander, said that Iran will “take revenge” for the attacks.

Let there be no doubt that we will take revenge for today’s attacks in Tehran, on terrorists, their affiliates and their supporters,” he said, as cited by the news agency Mehr.

Unlike the beta weaklings in much of the West, the Iranians – non-White status set aside – love their nation, their people, and will fight to the death to protect what they hold near and dear.

Meanwhile, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the attacks will make the country more united.

“Today’s terrorist attacks in Tehran will make the Islamic Republic of Iran more determined in the fight against regional terrorism, extremism and violence,” he said in a statement published by ISNA news agency.

“We will prove once again that we will crush the enemies’ plots with more unity and more strength.” 

Twelve people were reported killed and 43 injured in gun and bomb attacks in the Iranian capital. The perpetrators targeted the Iranian parliament and Ayatollah Khomeini’s shrine.

Both attacks were claimed by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL), the jihadist organization based in Iraq and Syria. Iran supports both countries in their fight against IS.

IS also threatened Iran’s majority Shiite population with more attacks, saying “the caliphate will not miss a chance to spill their blood” until Sharia law is implemented, Reuters reported.

Go to any random person in the United States, including the South, and ask them whether they’re aware of Iran’s vicious and heroic combat record against ISIS – my guess is that you’ll oftentimes get a regurgitated Fox News talking point about how the evil Persians are all terrorists who oppose freedom, Israel, and the SEC.

Then ask them whether they know of the single country in the Middle East that has not experienced an ISIS attack since their rise a few years back – more than likely you’ll get silence and confusion.

Most of us already know the answer (technically there was an attack but ISIS apologized soon after), but the need to get message across to the average person is necessary to topple one of the central Neo-Con pillars.

26 Comments

  1. Excellent!

    And we shouldn’t forget claims that Iran is “the greatest destabilizing threat in the region.” This coming from the country which has bombed at least 6 countries there and is directly responsible for overthrowing numerous governments (mostly secular) and is actively engaged in attempts at two more (Syria and Yemen).

  2. Agreed. Though “not the #1 sponsor” isn’t the same as “not a big sponsor” or “not a sponsor” at all.

    Iran has had this coming for a long time, certainly since the fall of the Shah and their takeover of our embassy that Pussy Carter let slide. Though I can at least respect Iran more than the slimy Saudis, who are the second rate Islamic knock-off of (((them))).

    I certainly don’t mind seeing Barad Dur fight with Minas Morgul. I also wouldn’t mind Iran making Saudi Arabia pay dearly.

    • @Lockout

      The Shah was a corrupt Western-propped joke that spent more money than the ancient Persian kings while huge swathes of his nation starved – easy pickings for Moslem clerics.

      The support the West gave to the Shah was just an early prototype of nation-building that has failed miserably since its beginnings.

      And for the record, his love of Israel didn’t help matters too well, either…

  3. The comedy of regarding Iran as a ‘dangerous threat to world peace’, is that, during the time The United States Government has illegally pillaged, overturned, attackt, usurpt, and starved to death an endless number of foreign governments and peoples, Iran has done that to whom?

    Uh, yeah — they are like oh, so scary … aren’t they?

    When was the last time they waged and won a war of conquest? – `10 years before looking like fools at Thermopolae?

    Get me some Adivan – the spectre of Iran is terrifying me, even as I write…

  4. Persia/Iran is an awesome country with an amazing past, I have never had any hostility towards those people. They were always very hospitable to the jews living there – and this is the friggin’ thanks the Persians get.

  5. Is this the same Iran whose elected leader was overthrown by the CIA in 1952? Or, should it be spelled (((CIA)))?

    The Iranians – much to the chagrin of some here – are Caucasian and – dare I say – Aryan! The real leadership of the United States, AKA the 51st state, is the biggest sponsor of terror in the world often providing some to their “friends” as well. Who said Jews were cheap? Not with terrorism.

    No, I have no problem with Iran and Iranians like I do for the other country whose name also starts with “I”!

  6. “That has to be the dumbest thing yet I have ever heard Trump say!”

    @ethnostatist: Really? THE dumbest thing? Then you’ve never heard him say anything but that. I could list over a hundred dumb and cucked statements that have been said by him. One thing we should have NO DOUBT about when it comes to Trump: H.E. I.S. O.N. T.E.A.M. J.E.W. Practically everything he says is pro-nigger, pro-jew, pro-faggot, and explicitly anti-White. Maybe most “patriots” and listeners of Infowars miss it, but to the trained racially-conscious White person, his every speech and many of his tweets push the same old White Genocide that we’ve been fighting for years. Even Alex Jones, as cucked a jew-apologist, lying miscreant as he is, is more pro-White than that orange headed punk.

  7. @Marcus

    Again, agreed. It wouldn’t be the first or the last time the U.S. propped up a puppet only to have them fall.

    Yet since the that time Iran certainly was a sponsor of terrorism, and IMO they have never gotten what they deserved for the embassy take over, even something along the lines of how the KGB helped out Hezbollah in understanding why diplomats should be off limits. Hell, that little monkey Ahmadinejab was long rumored to have been one of the student “kidnappers” at the Tehran embassy.

    I can respect the descendents of the Parthians way more than I would ever respect those Arabean boy/goat diddlers, but I won’t confuse them with being good guys either.

  8. The Iranians are an Indo-European people, actual Aryans, and are genetically as white as any German.

  9. This stuff that has happened in Iran is typical Muslim infighting. This has been going on since the beginning of Islam. Frankly, I hope it continues, for that will give them less time to mess with us, and it will weaken their unity.

    • Trust me – Sunnis and Shiites are NEVER going to unite for anything.

      And what we’re seeing here is almost entirely Sunni aggression made possible by the Jews and by cucks in the West.

  10. The idea of Iran as the greatest sponser of terrorism is a huge lie on par with the satanic Khazar mafia occupying the holy land being the descendants of the Biblical Israelites. A huge putrid sea of lies.

  11. bob sykes: that’s a bit overstated bob, when I watch footage of Iran i see maybe 1 to 2% of people that could pass as white, 3 to 5% when you have footage of the government. So maybe a million or so whites out of 75 million? More than Wyoming and Idaho, to be sure.

    Even at the time of Cyrus the Great, the Aryans were an small elite group that had conquered a non Aryan land. You can pass your culture and language down pretty much en toto in a patriarchal mixed marriage, but not your genes. Still, there is a stubborn resilience of Aryanism in Iran throughout the millennia, and they could be rescued with advances in genetic engineering or some more traditional method of race recovery.

    I will grant that the whitest person I have ever met was an Iranian, the spitting image of Frederich Nietzsche! His wife was some kind of Turk and his sons were Arab looking, however.

    The best thing that could happen would be a crisis that pushes Iran into the neo-Zoroastrian camp and they embark on a campaign of racial hygiene. I’m not holding my breath.

  12. Great post. I just shared it on my Google profile. I am going to share with a few older relatives who are not online. Iran is not the biggest sponsor of terror; Christopher Bollyn could tell us all who that is. There is no reason for the U.S. and Iran to be enemies, or the U.S. and Russia either.

  13. It seems like it was only yesterday when I was living in Nashville TN in ~ 1991 doing a virtual one man anti war campaign against the first Neo Conservative Bush Sr war against secular Arabs in Saddam’s Iraq.

    I was red pilled by Pat Buchanan and David Duke – I knew the score.

    I took out full page anti war adverts in the Nashville Tennessean and Chatanooga Times. I named the Jews but also included other war sponsors like the Saudi Sunni royals, the corrupt Emir of Kuwait and the various globalists promising to Unite all Nations, bring about a New World Order just as soon as this Saddam tyrant who’s the same as Hitler is defeated and American style freedom and democracy is brought to Iraq.

    I was treated rather fair by the local Nashville Media – did some talk radio and got on Teddy Bart’s cable television show.

    My arguments were sound, reasonable, I quoted George Washington’s Farewell Address to the Nation cautioning the Americans to avoid foreign wars for foreign interests.

    The overwhelming problem was that Red State Tennesseans just couldn’t get away from their 100% conviction that the only people opposing American wars, opposing the American military were 1960s Jane Fonda hippies, Liberals, Leftists – plus I must somehow be an Arab or a Muslim not to go to war.

    The Powers that Be got Hand Williams Jr and Toby Keith to turn out some terrible pro war Country and Western Songs “Let’s kick Saddam’s ass” that sort of sh***.

    Well 25 years later there’s no freedom and democracy in Iraq and ISIS came to power as I predicted.

    John McInsane and Lisping Lindsey Graham keep getting re-elected. And the Murdoch Jewish children are apparently working to make Fox News a twin of CNN.

    My advice is to not try to teach the whole story to normies in places like Middle Tennessee. There’s a lot less enthusiasm for these Neo Conservative wars in the Middle East – but the gut instinct of regular Red state Southern folks is:

    Bomb em
    I hate the Irainians
    Wold War II was the last “Good War” where we fought to win

    So with these “normies” who still get most all their news from the ZOG, BRA TV – just change the subject to immigration.

    The Islamic extremists terrorists can’t slaughter us in Chatanooga TN (there was at least 1 ISIS murder in Chatanooga) if we don’t let them migrate here.

    Also the Normies are somewhat open to arguments that we don’t need to restart the Cold War with the Russians. Just argue that Russia is aiding secular Arabs and Christians in Syria to fight ISIS. Why should we support ISIS and the filthy rich disgusting Saudi Sunni Islamists. 14 out of the 18 9/11/01 terrorists were Saudi Sunni Islamists. Osama Bin Ladin was a Saudi Sunni Islamist $ billionaire.

  14. Marcus

    Some Persians are still White BUT they’re such a tiny portion of the population they might as well not even be mentioned. The White Persians were largely raped out of existence by the Arabs and their auxillery troops from India and those places

  15. Joe Putnam: “There is no reason for the U.S. and Iran to be enemies, or the U.S. and Russia either.”

    All because of you-know-who. And the overthrow of Mossadecq in 1953, pointed out by Snowhitey above.

    I guess Iran is called a sponsor of terror because of support for Hezbollah in Lebanon. But it seems to me that Hezbollah’s major mission is to preserve Lebanon’s territorial integrity from you-know-who, who really, really wants to annex the southern part of the country for its water. Christians fight alongside Hezbollah in Syria.

  16. The enemy of my enemy is not my friend. The Middle East is the heart of darkness. There is no “lesser evil.” The U.S. and other Western countries need to adopt a policy of strict neutrality in that godforsaken region.

  17. @Charles Marlow:

    You are right. That is, and has always been, the best policy. I personally am sick to death of the Middle East and all the garbage from there.

  18. “The enemy of my enemy is not my friend. The Middle East is the heart of darkness. There is no “lesser evil.” The U.S. and other Western countries need to adopt a policy of strict neutrality in that godforsaken region.”

    As long as the Zionists determine American foreign policy, neutrality in the Mideast is a useless hope.

  19. How about this from a well-known Republican congressman:

    (From Twitter)
    Rep. Dana Rohrabacher: ISIS attack on Iran a good thing, maybe it is a Trump strategy youtu.be/3vD1pJR98dA

    State-sponsor of terrorism. Hmm…

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