In a decisive move against tyranny, President Trump took out Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the military leader of the terrorists Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, following the attack on the U.S. embassy in Baghdad—a move that has both shook the world and offered hope.
The Persians in Iran do not like Arabs and have been brutally repressed over the last 40 years under the Iranian regime and Gen. Qassem Soleimani, who is responsible for more than a million people being killed in the CIA-backed Iraq-Iran war and other terror in the region.
None of which has stopped the mockingbird media from attempting to turn murderous leaders into freedom fighters—right before our very eyes and on national television—despite the fact that Soleimani had been classified as a terrorist by the Obama administration.
While the established media repeated ad nauseam that Trump had blood on his hands for Soleimani’s death , Iranians and Iraqis celebrated by baking cakes for President Trump, exchanging candy and pizzas and thoroughly debunking their narrative that Soleimani is a hero.
While the Iranian regime has called for three days of mourning, Iraqis are calling for three days of celebrations, even baking cakes and other desserts marking the death of Soleimani, some of which directly thank Trump for his action.
Secretary of State tweeted about celebrations in the streets of Syria.
The National Council of Resistance of Iran also reported that people are celebrating the death of Soleimani: “Iranians, supporters of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI, Mujahedin-e Khalq or MEK), and the people of Syria and Iraq, are rejoicing after the death of the Iranian regime’s notorious General, Qassem Soleimani, who was responsible for the death of hundreds of thousands of people both inside and outside Iran.”
Dr. Steve Pieczenik, who served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State under Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush says there has been an internal struggle for power in Iran since the 1979 revolution that toppled Persia’s last shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, and the mullahs came to power.
Trump’s strike-kill against Gen. Soleimani wasn’t just a show of decisive military action in retribution for the attack on the Baghdad embassy but signaled to the Iranian and Iraqi people that he will no longer continue to prop up or tolerate rebels and totalitarian regimes.
“The game has changed,” Defense Secretary Mark Esper said last Thursday, telling reporters that violent acts by Iran-backed Shiite militias in Iraq will be met with U.S. military force.”
Fortunately, the media has so overplayed their hand in the last several years that Americans see through their duplicity. While Soleimani was a terrorists, the media continues to mourn his death, repeating Iran state-run “hero” propaganda.
With globalism collapsing worldwide and populism rising, it is no wonder that the established media would choose to prop up a failing state-run regime and venerate a terrorist by calling him “brave,” “bold” and “inspirational.”