Tillerson: 'Iran's Provocative Actions Threaten the United States'

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It’s all coming together now. All inside Trump’s 1st 100 days in office, we can clearly see where his administration is heading toward — all out war. It’s fun and games now, up until when the draft is reinstated and your ANTIFA fighting skills are put to the test inside of Tehran.

Incredulously, our Sec. of State, Rex Tillerson, just did a presser, announcing the Trump administration was doing a ‘comprehensive review’ on Iran, followed by a lot of saber rattling.

“The Trump administration is currently conducting across the entire government a review of our Iran policy … an unchecked Iran has the potential to follow the same path as North Korea and take the world along with it. The United States is keen to avoid a second piece of evidence that strategic patience is a failed approach.”

The entire speech was filled with ridiculous anecdotal evidence, ‘proving’ how evil Iran was — such as a photograph of a bomb scrawled with ‘Death to Israel’ on it. Clearly, that sort of graffiti and hate speech is unacceptable. We ought to go with war with them now.

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Tillerson droned on, tediously reminding the world how fucked up Iran was and how it was the job of the United States to police it — instead of ‘passing the buck’ down to future administrations.

Nothing says ‘America first’ like policing the shittiest parts of the planet — all for the sake of proving American is tough again. Since we already destroyed most of the middle east, I suppose another war or two won’t kill too many. We might as well do it — providing it could stop the Iranians from saying ‘death to Israel’, menacing our boats in the Persian gulf, and annoying our good friends in Saudi Arabia by trying to sponsor more terrorists than them.

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