epa03878004 Iranian revolutionary guard soldiers march during the annual military parade marking the Iraqi invasion in 1980, which led to an eight-year-long war (1980-1988) in Tehran, Iran, 22 September 2013. Iranian president Hasan Rowhani said that Iran only wants to end the civil war in Syria for avoiding a new escalation of violence in the Middle East. EPA/ABEDIN TAHERKENAREH
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BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:00 P.M.) – US security experts warning about the serious consequences of carrying out regime change in Iran and the Middle East, at the New Horizon international conference in Tehran on Tuesday.

Former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Military Intelligence officer Philip Giraldi did not think that the United States’ exit from the Iran nuclear deal could be the catalyst for war. However, Israeli manoeuvres in the region combined with what he perceives as, US Donald Trump’s diplomatic impulsiveness, could be the trigger for a wider conflict.

Dr. Scott Bennett, ex-serviceman from the U.S. Army 11th Psychological Operations Battalion feared that European political leaders were not alive to the dangers of conflict in the Middle East.

“If Syria and Iran have regime change, we’ll have a massive human tragedy and catastrophe of forced migration and it would cause severe problems for Europe,” explained Bennett.

Another senior US security policy analyst Michael Maloof, this time from the Department of Defense, believed the world was looking at a “repeat of 2003”, only a wider scale drawing in other regional and world powers.

Source: Ruptly

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wow the arrogant bankrupt zio scumbags think they own the world – when in actual fact they are the most despicable chosen race by satan – and the awakened world knows that very well

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He forgot to add – the US would become bogged down in war and have far more losses than the invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan has ever given them, not to mention the irritation it would cause Russia.

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One thing is clear COMRADE TRUMP DOES NOT CARE. This individual only runs on self-preservation and has no respect for anyone else’s interest, which sums up his whole life. His supporters are clueless and can’t fathom the consequences of his actions and what they are asking him, dumb and dumber scenario. Any war breaking out between Iran, US and/or Israel, will involve Saudi Arabia, the UAE and other Sikhdomes in the Persian Gulf. Other Arab nations will automatically be in turmoil and chaos and revolution in Egypt and Jordan is a very good possibility if they don’t enter the war.… Read more »

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War between Iran & Israel will never happen. The bellicose and creating war like situation, mobilizing and demobilizing is just for show and for local political reasons and to keep the dumb herd together. One Lion roars from here and another lion roars from there and they will keep roaring and never come face to face and fight directly against each other as they never want to get hurt and lose face you never know what will be the outcome as both lions believe they are strong but will never get any absolute victory. The locals will say yeah our… Read more »

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Agitated Mind doesn’t think rationally & calmly. Agitated mind will want revenge, death & destruction. Mind in ME is highly agitated and there never will be any peace nor calm and vested interests will ensure to keep it that way pitting nation against nation, people against people race against race religion against religion. Syrian n Iraqi war will eventually slowly end as there will be nothing left to destroy any further. Once the Chess board is devoid of all pawns then a new game will have to start. The broken nations will never be able to rebuild for next so… Read more »

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Muhahahaha!!!! What a bias these security experts are doing! These are total loads of bullshïts! Nothing like that is cooking at all!!!! And they won’t say what’s cooking before the plate is delivered at the table! Especially during a conference in Tehran! Let’s analyse what is said in the article : – The US pull out from JCPOA is a carrot+stick strategy. – There is no Donald Trump’s diplomatic impulsiveness : he has hired Kissinger as counsellor, it’s a remake of Nixon’s “madman’s policy”, it’s actually very predictible: what happened with the NoKo case ended being exactly what I said… Read more »

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Daeshbag, after you realize the Syrian war didn’t start because of the pipe from Qatar, after you find out how CIA (Central Intelligence Agency in USA) financed, trained and organized the rise of ISIS, after you accept the fact who is not Jewish puppet in the Middle East and not listening the “God chosen masters of the world”, after you start analyzing USA foreign military activities since 2001 (especially reasons of Afghanistan and Iraq US-occupation), then you shall (if you have a working brain) completely understand the Syrian war and stop writing non-sense comments…

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You are so stupid its not even funny you write the dumbest s**t and make bo sense. So basically ACCORDING to you Iran have only themselves to blame for why they are constantly sanctioned and shunned and demonized. U idiot go learn some real facts.If u wanna know why USA and UK hate Iran so much it Begins with 1953 Iran DEMOCRATICALLY elected a leader who Anglo – Iranian oil didnt like, to the CIA backed coup to install the US puppet Shah, to this Iran revolution in 1979, to US backed, funded, and advisory of the Iraq/Iran war when… Read more »

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Thank you for your comment. I’m trying over and over to explain to Daeshbag some simple facts that he misses (intentionally or not) but he just keeps repeating his non-sense comments. So, I’m starting to believe he is either perfectly brainwashed from Mass Medias, or he just doesn’t have the capacity (kind of shortish of critical thinking) to assimilate the real facts and come close to the truth…