IRAN DEVELOPED ‘FATHER OF ALL BOMBS’ SAID TO RIVAL U.S. MOAB, INFILTRATED U.S. MILITARY, OBTAINED SENSITIVE DOCS
Blame it on Obama! Iran claims to have developed “father of all bombs,” a monster 10-ton bomb, said to rival the United States’ ‘mother of all bombs,” or MOAB and also brags how it has infiltrated the U.S. military over the recent years.
Washington Free Beacon reports:
A senior Iranian military leader claims the Islamic Republic has developed the “father of all bombs,” a 10-ton bomb that is said to rival the United States’ ‘mother of all bombs,” or MOAB, according to regional reports.
Iranian General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corp’s airspace division, claimed in an interview over the weekend with the country’s state-controlled media that Iran has developed the 10-ton bomb and has the capability to drop them from aircraft.
[…]Hajizadeh also claims that Iran has infiltrated the U.S. military and has sensitive documents in its possession.
“We have infiltrated into the Americans’ command control centers over the recent years,” he was quoted as saying in a television interview broadcast on PressTV, another Iranian-controlled outlet.
Washington Free Beacon reports:
Iran’s clandestine spy network has been threatening and blackmailing scores of journalists, even going so far as to detain and threaten the family members of these reporters, in order to ensure positive coverage in global media outlets, according to a new report that estimates at least 50 international journalists have been threatened in just the past year.
[…]Outlets such as the BBC and Voice of America have been subjected to threats and in some cases have had their computers hijacked by Iran, according to the report, which states that “all international media outlets with Persian-language services are concerned” about the Islamic Republic’s often-secret efforts to blackmail reporters in order to gain positive headlines.
JAMES ALEX FIELDS TRAINED BUT REJECTED BY ARMY ON MENTAL HEALTH GROUNDS, OBSESSED WITH HITLER/NAZI HISTORY
- James Alex Fields Jr was denied by the army because of a history of anti-psychotic medication that he was prescribed.”
- Fields had an “infatuation” with Adolf Hitler and Nazis, German military history and World War II, according to the suspect’s high school history teacher
- “Fields trained in August but was released from active duty due to a failure to meet training standards in December of 2015” – Army spokesman Lt. Col. Jennifer Johnson
“The Army can confirm that James Alex Fields reported for basic military training in August of 2015,” Army spokesman Lt. Col. Jennifer Johnson told Task & Purpose in a statement. “He was, however, released from active duty due to a failure to meet training standards in December of 2015. As a result, he was never awarded a military occupational skill nor was he assigned to a unit outside of basic training.” – Read more: Charlottesville Murder Suspect James Alex Fields May Be A Veteran, But He Was Never A Soldier
Daily Caller reports:
The 20-year-old man accused of driving his car into a crowd of counter-protesters during a white nationalist rally Charlottesville, Va., had an “infatuation” with Adolf Hitler and Nazis, according to the suspect’s high school history teacher.
James Alex Fields Jr., 20, was arrested Saturday and charged with second-degree murder after he allegedly slammed his car into a group of people in downtown Charlottesville, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer and injuring 19 others.
Derek Weimer said he was not surprised when authorities named Fields as the driver. Weimer, who taught history to Fields Jr. at Randall K. Cooper High School in Union, Ky., said he was quiet yet bright student who had “radical ideas on race.”
“He was very infatuated with the Nazis, with Adolf Hitler,” Weimer told WCPO News in Cincinnati. “He also had a huge military history, especially with German military history and World War II. But, he was pretty infatuated with that stuff.”
Weimer also said that Fields Jr. wanted to go into military service but was rejected on mental health grounds.
“His senior year, he was real gung-ho about joining the Army,” Weimer said. “And he, towards the end of the year, found out that he was denied, and it was because of a history of anti-psychotic mediation that he was prescribed.”
Transgender people use a lot of hormone treatments and surgeries to transform themselves – and that’s quite expensive.
According to Military.com, there are pages upon pages of medical reasons that could keep a person from the military, either permanently or temporarily.
If you have bad — or no — teeth, those are grounds to keep you out of the U.S. military. So is having a hernia or being too overweight after gastric bypass surgery.
Here are just 34:
- Too Short: Men below 60 inches; women 58 inches
- Too Tall: Men above 80 inches; women above 80 inches
- Silicone Breast Implants
- Persistent Ovarian Cysts
- Abnormal Pap Smear
- Organ Transplant Recipient
- Undescended Testicle
- Epididymitis – caused by STDs
- Amputated Penis if Stump Prevents Proper Urination
- Absence of a Kidney
- Deformity of Skull, Face, or Jaw
- Spastic Neck
- Coronary Heart Disease
- Varicose Veins – Venous Incompetence
- Unrepaired Cleft Palate or Lip
- Vocal Cord Paralysis
- Head Shunt
- Certain Types of Head Injuries
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Anti-Social Behaviors
- Personality Disorder
- Certain Types of Acne
- Contact Dermatitis
- Sun Sensitivity
- Plantar Warts
- Fused or Bent Spine
- Allergies to Insects That Can Cause Anaphylaxis
- Sleep Apnea
- J.R. Salzman: “So your solution is to give them a weapon, and send them off into combat where lives depend on mental and emotional stability under stress?”
No logic Lady Gaga is so upset with President Trump not allowing transgender to serve in the military. Gaga uses the suicide rate to make her point why Trump is wrong and why they should be allowed:
“Sincerely, did you know of the group you singled out today, 45% of them ages (18 to 24) have attempted suicide already?”
Amputee Iraq vet noticed her tweet J.R. Salzman and gave a perfect answer :
“So your solution is to give them a weapon, and send them off into combat where lives depend on mental and emotional stability under stress?”
Hey Gaga, would it be logical to keep guns away from suicidal people -straight or trans or gay or whatever.
If your bodyguard is suicidal, would you hire the guy?
If your trans-friend or family member is suicidal and wishes to join the military, would you say yes?
If you are suicidal, would you keep guns near you?
Your emotional opinion is crazy and dangerous. Let some logic enter your liberal brain and don’t let it leave.
- “Sgt. Major Fairchild said I’m stupid and I can’t be a jet, but I’m beautiful and I *am* a jet.”
( Duffelblog ) I have finally found the strength to admit it.
I was 12 years old when I realized that I’m not really a man at heart, but rather a 19 foot, 10.5 inch long gatling gun strapped onto a 24,959 pound airframe.
All my life has been a lie but I’m setting that right today. I was designed to kill Soviet tanks. From now on, call me “Warthog.” That’s my real name.
I’m having plastic surgeons attach a GAU-8 Avenger 30 milimeter rotary cannon, 1,200 pounds of titanium armor, and two General Electric TF34-GE-100 turbofan engines to my body. Sgt. Major Fairchild said I’m fucking stupid and I can’t be a jet, but I’m beautiful and I am a goddamn jet.
If the Army won’t pay for me to get the surgery, I’m just going to bring in Code Pink and point out that that Manning loser is getting hormones and he’s in prison so why shouldn’t a perfectly well-adjusted and honorably serving soldier have the right to be who they truly are, a metal killing machine?
I am so sick and tired of being oppressed. Now we A-10’s are on Congress’s chopping block. It’s sickening to see all the white cisgender nazi shitlords literally raping my people with their actions.
It’s my right to spray 2,100 to 4,200 depleted uranium rounds per minute at both soft and hard targets and if you don’t support me and my transformation then you’re an aerialphobe and need to check your weapon platform privilege.
NOTE: The article is satire. Just for laughs.
J.R. Salzman, an amputee Iraq War veteran, took to Twitter to defend Trump’s decision to ban transgender people in the military and the thread is going viral. Some highlights below:
- “War is no place for people who are mentally, emotionally, or physically confused or in turmoil. You have your shit together, or you don’t.”
- Political correctness has absolutely no place in the military.”
- Guys would literally snap over a dear John letter. Their personal issues came out and they were instantly combat ineffective.
- Now take someone confused about whether they are a man/woman. Take those psychological and emotional issues and put them in that environment
- Serving in the military is a privilege not a right. And it is sure as hell not a social experiment.
- If you’re making this into an issue of identity politics & political correctness, then you’re kneecaping the military
“I served in Iraq in 2006. For the first five months I was on a 12 man firebase out in the middle of nowhere in the desert. Everyday was Groundhog Day. Wake up and do the same patrols, the same shifts, every single day. It was so damn hot. 150° in the gun trucks. Tracer fire would go overhead occasionally at night. IED’s on the road were a daily threat. We got resupplied food every 8 days.
QRF was an hour away. After they made the minimum three gun truck rule after the guys got kidnapped, life got harder. The stress of being out there and doing the same job every single day eats away at you. The younger guys had problems with that overtime.
Any tiny little personal issue they had suddenly became a mountain. And that shit came out on that fire base. And they snapped mentally. After stepping on each other’s nuts living in the same can for five months, guys were at each other’s throats. The stress made it worse.
Guys would literally snap over a dear John letter. Their personal issues came out and they were instantly combat ineffective.
Now take someone confused about whether they are a man/woman. Take those psychological and emotional issues and put them in that environment.”
“Take someone who is right off the bat not uniform or part of the same team. Give them special treatment because of their identity.
“You have to be incredibly tough mentally, physically and emotionally. War is not a f*cking video game. It tests every ounce of your being.”
You can’t teach someone to be a fearless warrior in a f*cking PowerPoint. You either have it or you don’t. You can hack it or you can’t.”
We had guys who couldn’t. When faced with combat situations they crumbled. They had mental and emotional issues. They were a liability.
“War is no place for people who are mentally, emotionally, or physically confused or in turmoil. You have your shit together, or you don’t.”
“And if you don’t, you’ll just get people needlessly killed. Political correctness has absolutely no place in the military.”
“Enough for now. This one armed veteran has a business to run. Unlike Iran, the country that took my arm, Obama didn’t pay me millions.”
The House of Representatives voted down a Republican proposal to ban the Pentagon from paying for gender-transition surgeries after 24 GOP congressmen crossed party lines to join the Democratic side.
These are the 24 Republicans who voted against the legislation that would have removed funding for transgender military members’ medical costs:
- California Rep. Paul Cook
- California Rep. Jeff Denham
- California Rep. Steve Knight
- California Rep. Darrell Issa
- Colorado Rep Mike Coffman
- Florida Rep. Carlos Curbelo
- Florida Rep. Lena Ros-Lehtinen
- Florida Rep. Brian Mast
- Michigan Rep. Justin Amash
- Michigan Rep. Jack Bergman
- New Jersey Rep. Leonard Lance
- New Jersey Rep. Frank Lobiondo
- New Jersey Rep. Tom MacArthur
- New York Rep. John Faso
- New York Rep. Elise Stefanik
- New York Rep. Tom Reed
- New York Rep. John Katko
- New York Rep. Claudia Tenney
- Pennsylvania Rep. Ryan Costello
- Pennsylvania Rep. Charles Dent
- Pennsylvania Rep. Bill Shuster
- Pennsylvania Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick
- Virginia Rep. Barbara Comstock
- Washington Rep. David Reichert