Trump could Topple Iran’s Extremist Regime Without Firing a Shot

Just one year after Pres. Donald J. Trump put North Korea in an economic stranglehold that forced peace talks and denuclearization, the American strongman has turned his ire to another enemy state, Iran.

Long one of the more vocal anti-American agitators and supporters of terrorism around the world, Iran’s leadership continues to talk a big game as Pres. Trump closes ranks. World leaders have witnessed the full force of the Trump Administration in action. They looked on as North Korea was economically cut off from international trade. Its businesses stifled and even long-term allies such as China and Russia bent to the will of the American president.

Unlike the crushing isolation suffered by North Korea, this time Pres. Trump has personally called for direct and definitive actions from other nations to end the rogue ways of the extremist Muslim nation. He took his charges to the United Nations in a lengthy speech that laid bare the willpower of a strong America prepared to lead from the front.

Trump to Ramp up ‘Maximum Pressure’ Against Iran

In a scathing address at the U.N. assembly, Pres. Trump vowed to curtail financial support toward countries that demonstrate hostility toward the United States. His most pointed remarks called for leaders around the globe to lay their cards on the table and basically pick sides: The United States or its enemies, most notably Iran.

“We ask all nations to isolate Iran’s regime as long as its aggression continues,” Pres. Trump said to the U.N. He continued that the radical leadership in Iran has “embezzled billions of dollars from Iran’s treasury, seized valuable portions of (its) economy and looted people’s religious endowments.”

“The U.S. has launched a campaign of economic pressure to deny the regime the funds it needs to advance its bloody agenda,” the president continued. “We cannot allow the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism to possess the planet’s most dangerous weapons. We cannot allow a regime that chants ‘Death to America’ and that threatens Israel with annihilation to possess the means to deliver a nuclear warhead to any city on Earth.”

Pres. Trump withdrew American support from the grotesquely flawed nuclear deal that sent more than $150 billion in U.S. cash to the enemy state while failing to end its long-term nuclear weapons aspirations. While EU leaders criticized the president’s decision to withdraw, the reality that Iran remains a rogue, terrorist entity remains unchallenged. The Trump Administration will not draw laughable “red lines” in the sand like Obama. They are taking decisive action.

“According to the mullahs in Tehran, we are ‘the Great Satan,’ lord of the underworld, master of the raging inferno,” U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton reportedly said. “So, I might imagine they would take me seriously when I assure them today: If you cross us, our allies, or our partners; if you harm our citizens; if you continue to lie, cheat, and deceive, yes, there will indeed be Hell to pay.”

In recent months, EU leaders who failed to rework or salvage the Iran nuclear deal. They are now faced with aligning with America, or going down a long hard road of even rockier relations with the U.S. Like China and Russia during the North Korea dust-up, Pres. Trump is expected to prevail.

U.S. Sanctions could Provoke Civil War in Iran

The economic sanctions leveled by the Trump Administration are having a devastating impact on Iran’s economy and political stability.

After brokering a one-sided deal with former President Barack Obama, the rogue regime invested its winnings into its military, nuclear program and underwriting global terrorism. Those sanctions were but a slap on the wrist compared to what the Trump Administration has implemented.

“The Trump Administration’s Iran strategy is to assert maximum economic, political and military pressure to change Iran’s behavior and threaten, if not cause, collapse of the regime,” the National Coalition To Prevent An Iranian Nuclear Weapon reportedly stated.

Oil output has since been stifled, and the value of the Iranian dollar has plummeted. With Iran on the ropes, the Trump Administration has started a countdown to complete economic ruin unless Iran changes its behavior.

“We expect purchasers of Iranian oil to reduce their imports to zero by November 4, or face the risk of sanctions,” Bolton warned. “After November 5, President Trump intends to pursue additional sanctions.”

Outliers who bank against the U.S. policy are expected to be dealt with similarly to Iran. Already, the Iranian people are beginning an organized resistance that could topple the nation’s radical leadership.

In a brazen daylight raid, the anti-regime Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahvaz took responsibility for an attack on Iran’s elite Islamic Revolutionary Guard. The Iranian rebels reportedly killed at least 29.

Such open armed revolt would have been unheard of just four short years ago. Without firing a shot, Pres. Trump may have lit the fuse that prompts a civil war in Iran that finally topples the ruling regime.

~ Conservative Zone


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10 thoughts on “Trump could Topple Iran’s Extremist Regime Without Firing a Shot”

  1. I support our 45th President Trump and he needs the other half of our nation’s support!
    Let him continue with the plans he started !
    We will be much prouder after his 2nd term!
    He definitely supersedes Obama- Clinton’s – Busch’s – He hasn’t sold our nation like former ones have! Please Lord let us rejoice in you and Thankful for all you have given us !

  2. The world would be much safer and better without the ayatollahs in Iran . They are liars , murderers , deceivers and back stabbers. Mr. POTUS must do all he can to get rid of this cancerous regime once and for all . Any country that support these murderers should be treated as an accomplice and suffer the same consequences

    1. what about the country that created this situation in the first place? in 1953 the U.S. deposed the democratically elected govt of Iran and installed the islamic leader, the Shah Ayatollah Khomeini

      EVERYTHING since is a direct result of U.S. meddling – maybe, just maybe, if the U.S. stopped meddling things would be a great deal better

      but no, now the U.S. is meddling in Syria, just as it has in Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya and the list goes on

  3. This should have been done decades ago. How many Iranians have been murdered because of US inaction? How many other countries would still be stable without Iran destabilizing them with their support of terrorism? How many refugees would still be living in their home countries without the interference of Iran? How many citizens of Europe would still be alive if the refugees never arrived in their home countries? All of this could have been avoided but for the religious leaders of Iran.

    Our previous administrations acted stupidly when they allowed the Ayatollah Khomeini to go back to Iran when the Shah came to the US. That’s YOU President Carter. You could have stopped all those deaths.

  4. if only the U.S. didn’t meddle in their affairs in the first place, we’d have NONE of these problems

    in 1953 the U.S. via the CIA deposed the democratically elected govt of Iran and installed the Shah – what’s happening today is a DIRECT RESULT of this meddling

    just as NK is a DIRECT RESULT of the U.S. meddling in their affairs by engaging in the Korean War which is technically still not over!

    it’s called blow back and you’d think the U.S. would learn a lesson and STOP messing with other nations, but no, she just keeps on doing it again and again expecting different results this time

    what did Einstein say about the definition of insanity?

    1. So, you would rather have had the entire Korean Peninsula go Communist, By your reckoning, I guess we never should have interfered in Greece, Germany, Italy, Egypt, and a multitude of other places. Without our intervention in World Affairs we could be standing alone against the combined empires of Russia and China. I’m sure that you would then remonstrate us for not giving in and becoming Communist ourselves.

  5. I tried to share this article on Facebook and it was immediately rejected, saying that it contains content that others on Facebook have reported as abusive. This is the first time I have actually had Facebook openly reject one of my shares.
    Maybe it is time for sanctions to be placed against Facebook, who by rejecting this article is in essence supporting Iran.

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