The dramatic election on Tuesday of the compellingly rambunctious and successful businessman Donald Trump as President of the United States was a clear sign that the American people were prepared to give a non-politician the opportunity to return the U.S. to its rightful position in a chaotic world.
Among Trump’s list of goals is the restoration of prosperity and security for the United States. Part of that is a return to “peace through strength,” which entails not only rebuilding the armed forces, but also revisiting and the politically correct trend begun by the Obama administration that has handcuffed intelligence agencies overseas while allowing these same agencies to violate the rights of American citizens.
Following the Obama-touted nuclear deal with Iran, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her successor John Kerry boasted of preventing Iran from endangering its Middle Eastern neighbors and it’s primary enemy, the United States. However, the Iranian government views the obsessions of Obama and Kerry to get a deal — any deal — as another indication of America’s rapid deterioration of strength.
According a report from the Homeland Security News Wire on Thursday, the nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), claims “that for the second time, Iran has exceeded the 130 metric ton threshold for heavy water, which is used to cool reactors that can produce weapon-grade plutonium.” In February, the IAEA had cited Iran for the first time for producing more heavy water than allowed by the nuclear deal, according to the HSNW report.
Speaking candidly and openly to a number of high-level Iranians in both public and private sectors, the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, in a speech claimed the United States under Democratic Party leadership — especially under President Barack Obama’s “lead-from-behind” strategy — no longer possesses the might and awe it once enjoyed, according to Middle Eastern news sources.
Speaking during a meeting of Iran’s Assembly of Experts in Tehran, the Ayatollah promised that the current “world order” will be replaced with a new world order that is already emerging not only in the Middle East but also in the West. “The realities in the region and the world show a serious uncertainty in [America’s] principles of power and might. Therefore, we should understand the realities correctly to prevent wrong analyses,” Khamenei said.
Ayatollah Khamenei, while encouraging his followers to believe his words, falsely claimed there was failure by the Zionist regime to win its “war against the Palestinians in Gaza Strip.” He stated, “The recent war in Gaza was an example of miracle; a small region with limited capabilities accomplished a task that brought the Zionist regime, as the symbol of the West’s power, to its knees.”
“It’s amazing how puffed up this leader and his minions are. Most of their so-called technological achievement are a result of economic or military espionage. One of America’s biggest crime problems is Iranians or their agents stealing intellectual property from both the government and from businesses,” according to corporate director of security and cyber crime expert Jonathan Christian Peters.
Many Iranian officials criticized their country’s priority of building up its military might with expensive armaments and projects such as their recent unveiling of a missile defense system and a new, domestically built stealth fighter jet. The Ayatollah said that the new world order will depend on a nation’s economic and technological advantages being preferred over its military prowess.
Iran’s Ayatollah has very little respect for — and no fear of — the United States under Obama.
Ayatollah Khamenei, sounding very much like the leaders of industrialized Western countries, said that a transitional period will entail the end of the “bipolar world” and the start of a unipolar world that hasn’t arrived yet. The Supreme Leader said that the “time for voluntary isolation has gone.”
The Ayatollah, who is considered the real power in Iran, noted that “Iran’s cultural heritage and its great civilization along with its independence seeking discourse rooted in the Islamic Revolution culture has increased the Iranian potentials to play a key role in the creation of the new world order.”
It’s quite possible that President Barack Obama and his administration’s minions are provoking many Americans to stage an actual rebellion, former NRA editor and leading weapons policy maven, John Snyder has warned.
In addition, Snyder points out that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal also accused President Obama and other Democrats of waging war against religious liberty and education and said that a rebellion is brewing in the U.S. with people ready for “a hostile takeover” of the nation’s capital.
“Is President Obama provoking rebellion? It’s quite possible he is,” Snyder said. ” [And] that seems to be the opinion of Gov. Bobby Jindal of Louisiana and others, as well.”
Gov. Jindal spoke in Washington, D.C, at the annual Faith and Freedom Coalition conference. During his presentation he accused Obama, his minions and sycophants of waging war against certain American values “The Pelican State governor is right on,” said Snyder, who is also on the board of advisers for the National Association of Chiefs of Police.
“As a matter of fact, America should be ashamed of the Obama presidency,” he added.
Jim Kouri, CPP, is founder and CEO of Kouri Associates, a homeland security, public safety and political consulting firm. He’s formerly Fifth Vice-President, now a Board Member of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, a columnist, and a contributor to the nationally syndicated talk-radio program, the Chuck Wilder Show.. He’s former chief of police at a New York City housing project in Washington Heights nicknamed “Crack City” by reporters covering the drug war in the 1980s. In addition, he served as director of public safety at St. Peter’s University and director of security for several major organizations. He’s also served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country.