Iranian Supreme Leader Calls USA “the Great Satan” Promises Israel will be Gone within 25 Years!

The Iran Nuclear Deal hasn’t even been officially completed yet and it’s already looking like one HUGE mistake. A pair of dueling reports out today from the New York Times and Reuters is providing new reasons to be very concerned about our deal with the Iranians.

First from the New York Times comes a story about how the Iranian leadership seems to be preparing for a more aggressive approach to both the U.S.A and our allies in Israel. In remarks posted by the Iranian supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, on Wednesday promised that Israel would not exist in 25 years. Not only that, Khamenei also guaranteed that every moment until Israel was destroyed the people who lived there would be filled with worry because of Iran’s jihad against them.

I kid you not.

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“After nuclear negotiations, the Zionist regime said that they will not be worried about Iran in the next 25 years. I am telling you, first, you will not be around in 25 years’ time, and God willing, there will be no Zionist regime in 25 years. Second, during this period, the spirit of fighting, heroism and jihad will keep you worried every moment.”

Iran Nuclear DealYes, the supreme leader of Iran is promising to continue promoting violence (through terrorism) against Israel until Israel is wiped off the earth. Yes, this is the same country that we are about to give upwards of $100 Billion dollars to, as well as allowing them the opportunity to develop both nuclear power and nuclear weapons capability within the next decade. Yes, our leaders are this stupid and/or evil.

Then from Reuters the story gets even worse – it’s not just Israel that Iran has in their sites. Nope. The supreme leader of Iran also has some harsh and threatening words for the USA and our allies.

In the same set of remarks from Wednesday, Khamenei says that Iran will not be negotiating on anything else with the USA after this deal is concluded. This seems to make a liar out of Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani, who has said publicly that Iran is willing to work with the U.S. on other pressing issues. Not only did Khamenei say Iran wouldn’t be working with the USA anymore, but he also trotted out the tired old line of the U.S. being “the Great Satan.”

“We negotiated with the U.S. on the nuclear issue for specific reasons. (The Americans) behaved well in the talks, but we didn’t and we won’t allow negotiation with the Americans on other issues. The Americans are not hiding their animosity towards Iran… Americans in the Congress are plotting and passing bills against us… Negotiations are a tool for them to influence Iran and to impose their will,” Khamenei was quoted as saying.

Knowing all this, how can any member of Congress justify their vote to support the Iran deal? Without the deal, Iran continues to suffer, their economy is in shambles and they barely have the money to support their government. Over the last few years they’ve faced, and put down, several popular uprisings, so why would we give them relief now when they are obviously in such dire straits? It’s nonsensical.

But nonsense seems to be what Barack Obama and the Democrat Party do best.

Here’s how Khamenei feels about the USA and Israel, in his own words.

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