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The 1 man who can make our enemies fear us, again

From WND.com, By Fan Gordon, 02/12/15 –

Exclusive: Fan Gordon says Trump could right America if he finds his ‘inner Reagan’

Presidential elections are the breeding ground for hyperbole, but with regard to the foreign policy legacy that will be left to the next president by the current occupant of the White House, I believe it is fair to say we are facing one of the most dangerous periods in living memory.

Though born in the United States, I am a dual American and Israeli citizen, having been raised and grown to manhood in both countries. When I was of draft age I lived on a Kibbutz in Israel, where I had gone to high school, and was drafted into the ranks of the IDF in time to serve in the Yom Kippur War in October of 1973.

Dan Gordon

Dan Gordon

I have been a soldier in the Israel Defense Forces for 42 years, serving both in the regular army and reserves and participating in six wars during that period. In my career I have served in the Israel Air Force, as well as its ground forces. I have been in charge of all Israel Air Force training films and have been an armored infantry sniper and squad leader. Since 2002 I have served with the Military Spokesperson Unit and have been a spokesperson for the IDF in multiple conflicts, as well as a military analyst on virtually every major media outlet in the U.S. and Western Europe.

Last year I had the great privilege of being attached to one of Israel’s most elite combat units, The Givati Brigade, and became the oldest officer, at the age of 68, ever to qualify to wear their purple beret, presented to me personally by the Brigade’s commander, Col. Ofer Winter, who, I believe, almost single-handedly saved the State of Israel from one of the most existential threats it has ever faced. Someday, I hope the truth of his contribution to Israel’s security will be fully told.

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Report: Iran Secretly Continuing Nuclear Weapons Work

Iran's Bushehr nuclear power plant / AP

Iran’s Bushehr nuclear power plant / AP

From FreeBeacon.com, BY: , 11/20/14

VIENNA—Iran never halted its clandestine nuclear weapons program despite repeated assurances to the West, according to a report that sheds new light on Tehran’s current and ongoing research into the creation of a nuclear warhead.

As the Nov. 24 deadline for nuclear talks between the West and Iran approaches, the report provides evidence that Iran continues to “vigorously” pursue a nuclear weapon.

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Two dead after explosion in Iranian nuclear facility

The incident occurred at the Parchin military compound, not far from the Iranian capital, according to the Iranian Students News Agency.

Satellite images of Iranian nuclear facility (file). (photo credit:REUTERS)

Satellite images of Iranian nuclear facility (file). (photo credit:REUTERS)

Two people died in an explosion that ripped through an explosive material production unit at a nuclear facility near Tehran, according to Iranian press reports on Monday.

The incident occurred at the Parchin military compound, not far from the Iranian capital, according to the Iranian Students News Agency.

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Bachmann uncorks on Obama, Armageddon

Has choice words for president’s nuke deal with Iran

iran-missiles-2From WND, by Garth Kant, 11/26/13 –

WASHINGTON — It was a warning on the perils of appeasement reminiscent of  Churchill.

Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., cut straight to the heart of the matter when  WND asked her what the nuclear deal with Iran will mean.


From JNNnews.com, by Barry Segal, 11/16/13 –

“You are all children of the light and children of the day. We do not belong to the night or to the darkness. So then, let us not be like others, who are asleep, but let us be awake and sober.” 1 Thes 5:5-6

Barry Segal

Barry Segal

US  LAWMAKERS UNFAVORABLE TO WHITE HOUSE PLEA ON IRAN: US lawmakers are strongly rejecting a White House plea for a delay in a new  round of economic sanctions against Iran. After a briefing on Wednesday by top  administration officials, Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) said, “The pitch was  very unconvincing. It was fairly anti-Israeli.” Senate Minority Leader  Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said, “It’s obvious that what the administration  is promoting is something the Israelis think is a bad deal for them. It’s  pretty clear the Sunni Arab allies of ours also think it’s a bad deal. Looking  at it strictly from an American point of view, I think it’s a bad deal as  well.”

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So much for a nuke-free Middle East

U.S. helping longtime ally develop power plants, 1 step from  weapons

F. Michael Maloof, WND.com, 08/17/13 – F. Michael Maloof, staff writer for WND and  G2Bulletin, is a former senior security policy analyst in the office of the secretary of defense.


WASHINGTON – The United States is helping Saudi Arabia develop nuclear  energy, which would put the Islamic kingdom only a step away from the capability  of making nuclear weapons, according to report from  Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

While the transaction may be a bonanza for the U.S. nuclear industry, there  are concerns in Congress and elsewhere over the prospect of giving the Saudis  nuclear know-how.

Even Iran diplomat confirms nuke plant blast

Meanwhile, Ahmadinejad says his bomb is ready if Israel attacks

Reza Kahlili_avatarbyReza Kahlili, from WND.com, 02/06/12 – ArabicPeace-1A European intelligence agency, an Iranian diplomat and a Latin  American intelligence source have joined the growing list of those who have  confirmed to WND the deadly explosions at Iran’s Fordow nuclear site.

Media and unofficial speculation points to Israel as the culprit in its  efforts to keep Iran from building nuclear weapons. Several Iranian leaders have  said repeatedly in the past it is their duty to wipe out the Jewish state.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, in interviews Wednesday with media,  said the Islamic regime has already achieved nuclear capability but is not  interested in attacking the “Zionist entity.” If Israel attacks first, he said,  Iran is   ready destroy it.

Iran floats idea of deal as sanctions tighten

Events are unfolding precisely as Reza Kahili said they would back in January. Obama’s ‘Let’s Make A Deal with the Iranians” October surprise comes as no surprise at all. If you are concerned about our national security, you must read both this article and Reza Kahlili’s report.


Enrichment caps offered in exchange for removal of trade restrictions

From WorldNetDaily.com, by F. Michael Maloof, October 14, 2012 – WASHINGTON – As negotiations have dragged on over Iran’s nuclear program, and the West continues to tighten the sanctions screws, Tehran wants to make a deal, according to a report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

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Revolt of the Spooks

Intelligence officials angered by Obama administration cover up of intelligence on Iranian, al Qaeda surge in Egypt and Libya

The White House/AP Images

The Washington Free Beacon, BY: October 5, 2012 – Weeks before the presidential election, President Barack Obama’s administration faces mounting opposition from within the ranks of U.S. intelligence agencies over what careerofficers say is a “cover up” of intelligence information about terrorism in North Africa.


Intelligence held back from senior officials and the public includes numerous classified reports revealing clear Iranian support for jihadists throughout the tumultuous North Africa and Middle East region, as well as notably widespread al Qaeda penetration into Egypt and Libya in the months before the deadly Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi.

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Obama: Iran Has Nuclear Rights; I Did Not Want to Sanction Its Bank

PJMedia, By: Reza Kahlili, 01/23/2012 –

The threat by the Islamic regime in Iran to close down the Strait of Hormuz and of Revolutionary Guards Navy boats harassing U.S. Navy ships in the Persian Gulf has caused President Obama to send secret messages to the regime stating his concerns over the closure of the strait and the possibility of an accidental war.

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