The United States called the UN the reason for the elimination of General Suleymani

The United States called the UN the reason for the elimination of General Suleymani

Kelly Kraft, the US Permanent Representative to the United Nations, said in an official letter to the Security Council that the elimination of the Quds Iranian General Kassem Suleimani’s commander should be seen as an act of self-defense.


In her message, she also pointed out that in this way the US military fulfilled its duties to protect the citizens and interests of the United States.

In this case, the US official representative to the UN refers to Article 51 of the UN Charter.

According to this document, countries that have taken military action for self-defense are required to report this to the UN Security Council:

The liquidation of Kassem Suleimani in Baghdad was competent, proceeding from paragraph No. 51 in the UN declaration, which gives any state the right to self-defense.



The letter also said that the United States is ready for serious negotiations with the Islamic Republic of Iran without preconditions in order to prevent a threat to international security and escalation from the Iranian side.

The document also says that if it is necessary to protect American interests and citizens in the Middle East, the United States is ready to take additional measures.
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  1. Victor_B 9 January 2020 10: 52 New
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    Commodity quantities of American generals deserve to die even more than Suleimani!
    One organism shook a test tube and MILLIONS of people died.
    Saray Obama, a Nobel laureate, is personally to blame for the death of THOUSAND people. Very worthy of a fierce death!
    1. Teberii 9 January 2020 10: 54 New
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      Without a fundamental lie, I want to create something.
      1. Tatyana 9 January 2020 11: 01 New
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        The bastard terrorist also smiles in the photo, saying this!
        The peak of cynicism by US globalists!
        1. hydrox 9 January 2020 11: 48 New
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          It is fantastic!
          A global democratic American state terrorist DEMANDS from the UN Security Council to be allowed to mess around the world in his terrorism.
          And they will still try to legitimize this mess!
          Not at all wishing to become like a US terrorist, I pose the question this way: if Trump is connected by a flexible connection to the console, will it be a blessing to world peace?
          1. Tatyana 9 January 2020 12: 03 New
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            Quote: hydrox
            This is fantastic! <...>
            Not at all willing to become like a US terrorist, I pose the question like this: if Trump is connected by a flexible connection to the console, will it be a boon to world peace?

            stop Here are the "cunning" Michael Pompeo and Netanyahu set up trump - so set up !!!
            Ha! That and look that the Trump in the United States for the next presidential term, the Americans will not just not choose - so Clintonites still look and hang him! (Joke.)
            1. Lexus 9 January 2020 12: 42 New
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              After the assassination of the Great Soviet Union, using the right of the strong with absolute impunity, the Americans thoroughly “nibbled” and beat. Therefore, even now those who are objectionable are openly terrorized and at the same time goggle. And among themselves exclusively to the public scolding. They will chide each other and calm down. For after the "term" of the "Clintonites" the Bushites-tramps will certainly come.
              The rule of “three envelopes” (blame everything on the predecessor, repent for mistakes, prepare a parting ode to the successor) in their, American, case is unshakable.
            2. Reptiloid 9 January 2020 18: 22 New
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              It turns out that the interests of the states around the globe can be, they consider it normal.
              Quote: Tatiana
              .......Ha! That and look that the Trump in the United States for the next presidential term, the Americans will not just not choose - so Clintonites still look and hang him! (Joke.)
              laughing wassat They’ll hang, they will not hang, it’s too much, but it’s as if they would think up a bastard for him, the smallest one is some kind of court.
              It is worth recalling that the presidents' watering is a long tradition in the "" freest and most democratic country ""
        2. Nyrobsky 9 January 2020 12: 20 New
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          Quote: Tatiana
          The bastard terrorist also smiles in the photo, saying this!
          The peak of cynicism by US globalists!

          Be that as it may, but the mattresses will have to admit the fact that the dead Sulejmani, in a short time, caused them much more damage than if he had remained alive. Whatever the mattresses say, they will not be able to wash off their newfound shame soon, if at all. hi
          1. Tatyana 9 January 2020 13: 08 New
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            Quote: Nyrobsky
            dead Sulejmani, in a short time, caused them much more damage than he would if he remained alive.

            I absolutely agree with you!
            But I would be in the place of Trump Clintonid Michael Pompeo for his political "setup" of Trump, just to politically fry him in his future career!
            That's what it means to come to power without having your own team! There is no one to choose from — all strangers!
      2. rich 9 January 2020 12: 46 New
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        US official to the UN: The liquidation of Kassem Suleimani in Baghdad was competent, proceeding from paragraph 51 in the UN declaration, which gives any state the right to self-defense.

        What is it like? Washington believes that Kassem Suleimani was a UN entity, in other words, a UN member state to which this Declaration applies? belay This is something new in world legal practice. Or does the USA seriously consider that everything is foolish, and for them laws are not written?
        1. hydrox 9 January 2020 13: 30 New
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          Quote: Rich
          Or does the USA seriously consider that everything is foolish, and for them laws are not written?

          Counting is too late :: they IMPLEMENT this provision in international legal practice: of course, with the calculation of "for themselves")
      3. venik 9 January 2020 14: 41 New
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        Quote: Teberii
        Without a fundamental lie, I want to create something.

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        Quote: Teberii
        In her message, she also indicated that in this way the US military carried out its duties protection of citizens и INTERESTS OF THE UNITED STATES.

        The key is the SECOND part of the phrase Kelly Kraft: about INTERESTS !!!! The rest of the "type of protection of citizens" is secondary (or even tertiary) .... And it can be used EXCLUSIVELY, as an REASON for implementation "INTERESTS"!!!
      4. NEXUS 10 January 2020 17: 08 New
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        that the liquidation of the Quds Iranian commander, General Kassem Suleimani, should be seen as an act of self-defense.

        That is, they said to the whole world, we are killers, and we spat on everyone. And the Hague court of which the language in the ass stuffed? Where about human rights, the genocide of peoples, etc.?
        Quote: Teberii
        Without a fundamental lie, I want to create something.

        The fact is that if they begin to shoot their senators, peers, lords, etc., then the stench will be about it further than we see. And so I think that the time when they really begin to shoot these ghouls will soon come. Because sooner or later the end comes to any human patience.
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    3. tihonmarine 9 January 2020 11: 18 New
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      Quote: Victor_B
      Saray Obama, a Nobel laureate, is personally to blame for the death of THOUSAND people.

      Nobel laureate, now it is a medal "For Merit to the United States."
      1. seregatara1969 9 January 2020 12: 40 New
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        But are there places on the earth that are reserved and not of interest to the United States? Is there an educated person on earth who is not a threat to civilians in the United States and who cannot be killed under democratic laws? and what does the United States do not want to make money on? I sorted out what I wrote ...
        1. tihonmarine 9 January 2020 13: 51 New
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          Quote: seregatara1969
          But are there places on the earth reserved and not of interest to the United States?

          A man was born to be greedy, and the guys from the Hudson River are doubly.
    4. prior 9 January 2020 11: 25 New
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      In this case, in order to avoid World War II, the World must defend itself, Trump must be destroyed.
    5. Vend 9 January 2020 11: 33 New
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      The liquidation of Kassem Suleimani in Baghdad was competent, proceeding from paragraph No. 51 in the UN declaration, which gives any state the right to self-defense.
      So you can bang mattress generals now anywhere in the United States as well. The mattresses themselves do not understand which Pandora's box they have just opened. Or do they think that they can, and the rest will be pressed to the nail?
      1. Ross xnumx 9 January 2020 11: 59 New
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        Quote: Wend
        So you can bang mattress generals now anywhere in the United States as well.

        Exactly! Do not take advantage of this "American know-how" is simply indecent ...
        In Syria, you need to try ...
        1. ilimnoz 9 January 2020 14: 06 New
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          Quote: ROSS 42
          Quote: Wend
          So you can bang mattress generals now anywhere in the United States as well.

          Exactly! Do not take advantage of this "American know-how" is simply indecent ...
          In Syria, you need to try ...

          I don’t know who dares to bang the American general at the state level, but if the Americans roll after Suleimani, they can, for example, blow up Shoigu and keep silent
          1. NEXUS 10 January 2020 17: 11 New
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            Quote: ilimnoz
            but if the Americans ride after Suleimani, they can, for example, blow up Shoigu and keep silent

            That is precisely why the United States base was hit. And I suspect that such a blow is not the last and not only from Iran. The USA will not pull a more or less serious war from the word at all. The war machine is too clumsy and clumsy. Logistics is not just a problem; there is a full fur-bearing animal there. And for me, the United States tried to swallow more than they can, for which there will be reckoning.
      2. hydrox 9 January 2020 12: 10 New
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        Something, I strongly doubt that someone will need to eliminate chatterboxes from the "American generals" class - after all, NOTHING depends on them and they do NOT affect ANYTHING
        1. Vend 9 January 2020 12: 18 New
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          Quote: hydrox
          Something, I strongly doubt that someone will need to eliminate chatterboxes from the "American generals" class - after all, NOTHING depends on them and they do NOT affect ANYTHING

          The phrase “security of the country” includes not only paper generals, but everyone who threatens security.
          1. hydrox 9 January 2020 13: 34 New
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            Quote: Wend
            So you can bang mattress generals now

            This is from your comment ...
      3. rich 9 January 2020 12: 55 New
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        The mattresses themselves do not understand which Pandora's box they have just opened.

        The precedent is created. They don’t even understand what will follow. Some Baltic politician blundered about territorial claims against the Russian Federation - get a missile in return. They imposed economic sanctions - get a winged hotel. Madhouse.
    6. Pravodel 9 January 2020 12: 43 New
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      And the Indians were destroyed and exiled on the reservation also for self-defense?
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    7. Alexander Petrov1 10 January 2020 03: 48 New
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      Ah, Iran had to do something. for example, to shut off a valve with oil and it would cost twice as much in a week, and the Iranians and we earned, and the United States would tighten up before the elections and the trump would fly out of the White House.
  2. bankirchik34 9 January 2020 10: 53 New
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    hmm ... level 80 hypocrisy
  3. KAVBER 9 January 2020 10: 58 New
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    Liberation through annihilation, their usual practice
  4. rocket757 9 January 2020 11: 00 New
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    the liquidation of the Quds Iranian commander, General Kassem Suleimani, should be seen as an act of self-defense.

    The desire of MANY to even out or drown the stripes, according to their own shameful logic, WILL NOT BE ANNOUNCED AS AN ACTION OF AGGRESSION! However, they call any sneeze in their direction an aggression against the whole world.
    1. novel66 9 January 2020 11: 05 New
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      Yes! and this is self-defense! Victor, zdorovki!
      1. bessmertniy 9 January 2020 11: 15 New
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        And what would it be called if another country would destroy this scum as self-defense. what
        1. novel66 9 January 2020 11: 19 New
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          reorganization, apparently
          1. rocket757 9 January 2020 11: 22 New
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            Hello Roman soldier
            As always. Shouts loudest - Hold thief, WHO ??? -
            Here's the answer, at the expense of minke whales.
            1. cniza 9 January 2020 12: 03 New
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              Quote: novel xnumx
              reorganization, apparently


              Yeah, disinfection ... Good day to all! hi
        2. hydrox 9 January 2020 12: 14 New
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          This is too straightforward approach: after all, you can destroy it financially, politically, morally ... well, why it is necessary to kill - that’s all American democratic terrorism in all its glory!
  5. Nikolay87 9 January 2020 11: 03 New
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    It should be noted that the general himself "flirted with the tiger." Posting on your twitter an image of a burning White House with open threats is not smart. If it were not for the previous "merits" of the mattresses, then they could well be understood.
    1. Ross xnumx 9 January 2020 14: 33 New
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      Quote: Nikolay87
      It should be noted that the general himself "flirted with the tiger." Posting on your twitter an image of a burning White House with open threats is not smart.

      Do you know how Eun showed how rockets fly into a bomber and an aircraft carrier, and so what?
      And when Putin showed cartoons about "Poseidon", the mattress voiced what they "covered with the US wave ...
      There are international rules and generally accepted methods for resolving conflicts through the UN Security Council. Some of the organization began to crush the back and armpits.
      1. Nikolay87 9 January 2020 15: 04 New
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        Who knows, maybe if Eun wandered around different countries more often and he would have been poisoned too, like his brother.
        Well, Suleymani is still not the leader of the nation, and Iran has its own Foreign Ministry, which should express concern, and not let its generals translate this into personal, despite the fact that the personal for the general coincides with the opinion of the country.
        The Russian Federation does not count, for it always declares that it produces weapons for defense and does not threaten anyone (!), But expresses concern.
        Under capitalism, the main hegemon, international rules and “methods” only interfere and it will violate them, since they contradict each other a priori.
  6. Tank hard 9 January 2020 11: 06 New
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    Thus, the world has long had time to "defend itself" from the US leadership. repeat
    1. cniza 9 January 2020 12: 01 New
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      And if the world does not begin to defend itself, then the United States will become even more insolent.
  7. Mirakuru 9 January 2020 11: 08 New
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    It is a pity that the war did not happen. Yes, the war is certainly bad. But when everything happens this way, you need a shake. I don’t understand those who say that a bad peace is better than war. As for me, at the end of such a world it does not smell weak, and the longer this world lasts, the stronger it smells. America every year more and more believes in its exclusivity. And except by the power of their head there is nothing to cool. And waiting for several decades is dangerous. Now they threaten the AUG, and tomorrow they will start nuclear weapons, and in the end the scenario can be very bad.
    1. bessmertniy 9 January 2020 11: 20 New
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      There is no military solution. The United States had long had to sit down at negotiations with Iran and peacefully resolve its claims to each other. In this regard, it’s good that the situation ended peacefully, and the parties stated that they intend to conduct a normal dialogue.
      1. Mirakuru 9 January 2020 11: 45 New
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        Peace talks in the form of super-tight sanctions? It’s straight generally peaceful. And the farther the more and more the world. And I talked about the war in the sense that Iran would not be alone, Russia would have to fit in, with the participation of Russia, many countries that would have been grinding their teeth on the United States for a long time would have fit in. But the fact that someone would support America, I really, really doubt it. Thus, America would have to capitulate. They are clearly not one of those who would fight to the last, and no one needs it, by the end they would sign a surrender on the conditions that Russia needs, and consider victory in the war, without military action. But these are all my wet dreams of course. As I said, America will understand only power and nothing more. And waiting until she falls apart is very dangerous.
    2. Ross xnumx 9 January 2020 14: 37 New
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      Quote: Mirakuru
      It is a pity that the war did not happen. Yes, the war is certainly bad.

      What is there to regret? That an expensive nuclear warhead didn’t fall into your garden? wassat
      It’s good that the war didn’t start. It is good that for the sake of the ambitions of the powerful madmen they did not begin to destroy innocent people.
      1. Mirakuru 9 January 2020 16: 36 New
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        Who in their right mind would throw nuclear weapons? This is just not in the interests of powerful madmen.
  8. tihonmarine 9 January 2020 11: 13 New
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    The liquidation of Kassem Suleimani in Baghdad was competent, proceeding from paragraph No. 51 in the UN declaration, which gives any state the right to self-defense.
    Mom you are dear! The poor, unhappy girl America was offended, but she defended herself heroically. They have no woman from the State Department, then "Ward No. 6".
    1. hydrox 9 January 2020 12: 21 New
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      And you look carefully: the more active the politician is socially and politically active in the United States, the more patients among the psychiatric hospital are among them - and this act of self-defense in accordance with Article 51 of the UN Charter filed on behalf of the state. terrorist!
  9. rotmistr60 9 January 2020 11: 21 New
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    should be regarded as an act of self-defense.
    Exclusively American. If they are not satisfied with the regime of any country, then this country poses a threat to the United States, which means that all international law is on the side and the right of the strong comes first. America. Still, this statement could somehow be linked logically if Iran had its bases in Latin America. But while the United States is shurudat in the Near and Middle East (and in other regions) roughly interfering in the internal affairs of sovereign countries.
    1. tihonmarine 9 January 2020 13: 47 New
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      Quote: rotmistr60
      If they are not satisfied with the regime of any country, then this country is a threat to the United States

      Everything is exactly the opposite and vice versa, it is they that pose a threat.
  10. Sitearvi 9 January 2020 11: 22 New
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    “The liquidation of Kassem Suleimani in Baghdad was competent, proceeding from paragraph 51 in the UN declaration, which gives any state the right to self-defense.”

    Who is this cotton wool for? They would say directly, we decided so, we did it.
  11. Fuse angel 9 January 2020 11: 23 New
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    The liquidation of Kassem Suleimani in Baghdad was competent, proceeding from paragraph No. 51 in the UN declaration, which gives any state the right to self-defense.

    In this case, let us also launch a missile strike against some American general in Europe, guided by paragraph 51 of the UN declaration. And what, they can!
    1. Nikolay87 9 January 2020 11: 56 New
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      Quote: Guardian Angel
      The liquidation of Kassem Suleimani in Baghdad was competent, proceeding from paragraph No. 51 in the UN declaration, which gives any state the right to self-defense.

      In this case, let us also launch a missile strike against some American general in Europe, guided by paragraph 51 of the UN declaration. And what, they can!

      It will not work, they are "partners", not enemies. You catch the difference. Telek says that America is to blame for everything, and effective managers call them partners. Paradox.
  12. Mavrikiy 9 January 2020 11: 26 New
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    The liquidation of Kassem Suleimani in Baghdad was competent, proceeding from paragraph No. 51 in the UN declaration, which gives any state the right to self-defense.
    What are they smoking? request US State Self Defense 10 miles from the United States. angry It is necessary to crush such self-defenders, like Israel, who is also a big fan of bombing everyone for peaceful purposes.
  13. Qwertyarion 9 January 2020 11: 32 New
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    Kelly Kraft, the US Permanent Representative to the United Nations, said that the liquidation of General Suleimani should be seen as an act of self-defense.

    . In this case, the US official representative to the UN refers to Article 51 of the UN Charter.

    Yeah! They don’t bother at all, well, they didn’t drop a bit, they killed something, they didn’t even tweet into the topic and that’s all ... These guys have all the laws on their side, and this is because there are no objections except for the injured party.
  14. maden.usmanow 9 January 2020 11: 34 New
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    VO experts decided:

    Soleimani was a friend of the Americans, and Trump struck him a vile stab in the back.
  15. Ham
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    ridiculous and senseless nonsense ...
    very similar to Ukrainian diplomats ...
  16. Sanches 9 January 2020 11: 45 New
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    They took and killed a foreign general and a dozen more people with him for no particular reason. Stealthily. This is how the punks act, not the state.
  17. cniza 9 January 2020 11: 59 New
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    that the liquidation of the Quds Iranian commander, General Kassem Suleimani, should be seen as an act of self-defense.


    Yeah, thousands of miles from their borders and in the territory of a third country, they have already defended themselves ...
    1. rocket757 9 January 2020 12: 06 New
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      Minke whales have such a subtle organization that they accept a threat not to whom, they take it upon themselves!
      1. cniza 9 January 2020 15: 13 New
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        Oh, their "sensitive" soul, they feel who else to rob ...
  18. Bully 9 January 2020 12: 09 New
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    Hitrozh .. they are pulling time in order to lull the negotiations with vigilance. Themselves at this time will pull up forces and withdraw from under the blow of their fighters in Iraq and, possibly, Syria. All this has already taken place in Chechnya, LDNR, Syria. Iran cannot hang ears what
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    ... the liquidation of the Quds Iranian commander, General Kassem Suleimani, should be seen as an act of self-defense.

    Enchanting cynicism! Who will be killed next? The shirt went to tear ...
  20. Old26 9 January 2020 17: 03 New
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    Quote: Mirakuru
    And I talked about the war in the sense that Iran would not be alone, Russia would have to fit in, with the participation of Russia, many countries that would have been grinding their teeth on the United States for a long time would have fit in.

    What else should Russia do? Who to fit in with? For Zimbabwe, where the sworn imperialists oppress the local population? Okay, I would have understood if you had written that to fit in with Belarus, and for Iran, what would fit in? Is he our faithful ally, ready for mother Russia to go to war against the whole world?
    1. Mirakuru 9 January 2020 21: 24 New
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      Yes, it’s not Iran’s business, this is the reason, you need to show strength, and real, and get dividends from this, but it would certainly be a dangerous adventure.
  21. tnk1969 9 January 2020 17: 40 New
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    Everything is simple. In the US, their laws take precedence over international treaties. Unless these treaties have been ratified by Congress, the Senate and the President of the United States. Therefore, their politicians spat from a large bell tower over international law. After all, they are elected not in the international field, but in the American swamp. This is the first. The second one. The UN is now an unprofitable organization for them, membership in which greatly constrains them in choosing the means of "protecting" their interests. Therefore, they will seek to pressure the UN itself and its work as much as possible. The third. America learned that the strongest is right. Therefore, it will be reckoned only with the strong. As in due time with the USSR. Now she gives in to the strong too. The same example of North Korea. Or the same Iran. The United States has no opportunity to turn their policies over to these countries. Therefore, around such countries, the United States is cultivating countries that will take on the burden of the first victim in the conflict. South Korea, Japan, KSA, Qatar, UAE and Israel. These countries are those mongrels and bridges for America. As well as their cannon fodder.
  22. tnk1969 9 January 2020 17: 52 New
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    For Iran, it would be the most convenient way to level out all the military operations of the Americans and their allies in the zone, leasing Russia twenty years to land or military facilities on one of the islands (Keshm, Hengan, Larek or Kesh) in the Persian Gulf to equip the military bases of the Navy and videoconferencing. Having placed s-400 installations there, EW stations, front-line aviation units, marine corps and MTR, as well as coastal warships. If such an option is possible then there will be much more peace in this zone. For all
  23. gggdddsssccc 9 January 2020 17: 58 New
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    exchanged Iranian Hitler for several holes at the air base, good move!
    Iran wiped himself off, they understand that after the Suleimani Rahbar may follow.
  24. REEKMAN 9 January 2020 20: 02 New
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    Thus, anything can be done with America, most importantly, so that later at the UN in New York it could be stated that everything was done in the framework of self-defense ... State hypocrisy!
  25. Paul Siebert 10 January 2020 10: 29 New
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    In a country where the number of special services exceeds ten.
    Where each politician has his own opinion based on personal income.
    Where the president tweeted one thing in the morning, another thing in the afternoon ...
    In such a country, the true reason is not to know.
    There are at least a few of them.
    This is a land of lies.
  26. Old26 10 January 2020 12: 29 New
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    Quote: Mirakuru
    Yes, it’s not Iran’s business, this is the reason, you need to show strength, and real, and get dividends from this, but it would certainly be a dangerous adventure.

    It is precisely in Iran. For some reason, everyone offers to fit in for someone. What will the power show be? After all, there will not be barmalees with their jihad cars and MLRS on the jeep chassis. One of the most equipped armies in the world will be used there. What will the power show be? That our guys there will perish, our equipment will be destroyed? At the same time, image losses will be such that no one will buy anything after that. Or our contingent will have to send there.
    We already receive our dividends. And getting involved in an adventure when others are fighting is the greatest stupidity.

    Quote: Alexander Petrov1
    Ah, Iran had to do something. for example, to shut off a valve with oil and it would cost twice as much in a week, and the Iranians and we earned, and the United States would tighten up before the elections and the trump would fly out of the White House.

    Iranians are basically not suicides. Shutting off the valve is not selling your oil either. Given that Iran is in the 6th place in production in the world, producing a little more than 3,5 million barrels per day (equivalent to 6,23% of world production per day), this would not lead to a double increase in prices . And America with its production of 11 barrels per day () the second place in the world in terms of production) - would definitely not strain. Our country would have earned, without question, but prices in stores would have jumped, God forbid. It has always been and is with us. The price of oil rises - prices for goods and services rise ...

    Quote: tnk1969
    For Iran, it would be the most convenient way to level out all the military operations of the Americans and their allies in the zone, leasing Russia twenty years to land or military facilities on one of the islands (Keshm, Hengan, Larek or Kesh) in the Persian Gulf to equip the military bases of the Navy and videoconferencing. Having placed s-400 installations there, EW stations, front-line aviation units, marine corps and MTR, as well as coastal warships. If such an option is possible then there will be much more peace in this zone. For all

    They are such darlings, of course they will take and lease the island to us under the base. What kind of darlings they are, what kind of allies Syria showed, Once allowed to sit on the airfield and then banned, as well as the passage of missiles through its territory. And here, from the latitude of the soul - they will lease the island. They, like America, considered us to be Satan, but here everything will turn ... Are you so naive ??