Iranian general: Our government can’t stop missile launches
Iran’s air and missile forces chief Brig. Gen. Amir Ali Hajizadeh had this to say on Wednesday, in response to US and European demands that Iran curb its ballistic missile program: “Rouhani’s government doesn’t have the keys to Iran’s missile projects. It can do nothing more than ask us to temporarily halt missile launches so that its foreign policy won’t be affected.”
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A false dilemma is a type of informal fallacy in which something is falsely claimed to be an “either/or” situation, when in fact there is at least one additional option.
Which is to nuke Iran until all Iranian keys melt down forming a large lake.
Then, you name it The Wrong Answer Lake; this way you always know where the Iranian keys are.
LOL!!!!!!!! My government, the U.S. government, never ceases to amazing me (and make me laugh). The BOLDNESS; the AUDACITY of my government is almost awe-inspiring–in a funny way.
It tells a country [AS IT DID LIBYA], “Hey, just get rid of chemical weapons, missiles, your nuclear program. After all, why have those things? It’s just a drain on your economy. And, don’t worry: We won’t invade you. We won’t try to gobble up territory around you. You’ll be perfectly safe from us!”
Then, the country drops its DEFENSIVE CAPABILITIES, and, in short order, we attack it. Amazing boldness!!
So who is really in charge of Iran? The religious fundamentalists running the military who have no qualms about killing anyone, including their own people and Arabs (Iranians are not Arabs).
These guys are worse than North Korea. NK believes in survival. The Iranians believe in a herafter paradise. Crazy people.
Bull sht! Who has to defend Iran? Are they crazy? Surely a crazy man would fire all of his missiles yesterday.