Iranian President Rafsanjani Dead At 82

Posted January 8th, 2017 by Iron Mike

Some will remember him as ‘a moderate’,  – but he was part of the Iranian fundamentalist revolution in 1979 – long-time follower of Ayatollah Khomeini.
Look for severe unrest and assassinations and charges of treason within Iran’s upper ranks as soon as they plant him.
Don’t say that “religion” doesn’t pay,  – Rafsanjani died a multimillionaire!
UPDATE:   Monday AM,  9 Jan 2017 

Well THAT didn’t take long. The USS Mahan – a guided missile destroyer – was forced to fire three shots on Sunday as a warning to four Iranian speedboats making a simulated swarm attack….

The Iranians need a political distraction now as they sort out who is in charge.

The Twelver’s end game is to start a major war with the West (the United States) which they hope will bring on Armageddon – and cause the “Hidden Imam” to reveal himself and lead them all to Paradise….

In the shorter term,….they want to use their swarm attacks to disable or sink a US aircraft carrier in the Strait,  – so they can salvage the technology and the nuclear weapons aboard,  – while holding the survivors hostage…

In this cat-and-mouse game, – their young sailors and airmen are totally expendable – Allah’s will….

Strangely, for these past eight years,  Obama seems to have been quietly helping them.


Will Iran Sink A US Aircraft Carrier In 2016?

And in the Far Pacific,…we have the growing Chinese Navy….

3 Responses to “Iranian President Rafsanjani Dead At 82”

  1. Christopher Maider

    Can’t wait to see the outpouring of love and support from Obama and Trudeau for this bag of shit balls…

  2. Varvara

    Rafsanjani has passed away. Hurray! Good bye! I hope he and the hidden iman enjoy the warm area where they are residing. Did he take his money with him?

  3. MC

    Not quietly helping them anymore – it is right out int he open !

    …”the AP reported that Iran is to receive a huge shipment of natural uranium from Russia to compensate it for exporting tons of reactor coolant. The move was approved by the outgoing U.S. administration and other governments “seeking to keep Tehran committed to a landmark nuclear pact.” …

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