TRUMP SHOCKED THE WORLD: They Never Expected Him To Be This Strong

President Trump’s taking out Terrorist General Soleimani of Iran was a well thought out and necessary maneuver by our president, and this made a clear statement to the world.

“What President Trump did was to make it perfectly clear to the largest terrorist regime worldwide that it was a zero-sum game; that Americans would not be besieged on his watch without consequences.” – the Jerusalem Post

After reading the piece in the Jerusalem Post, I reflected on another president, Jimmy Carter, who projected such weakness to the world; that Iran felt emboldened to take American hostages and kept 52 of them for 444 days.

Can the reader even imagine a rogue nation attempting such an act of war under Trump’s watch? I believe that our president chose to eliminate Iran’s top general who had a history of terrorizing and slaughtering massive numbers of people for two reasons.

  1. Soleimani was posturing to bring harm to Americans in our embassy and our troops
  2. President Trump resolved to show our enemies that actions against those who mean us harm will be swift and sure.

From the Jerusalempost.com

Donald Trump: Rogue leaders never calculated he would be this strong

The questions everyone is asking are these: Why did Donald Trump order the drone strike that killed General Qasem Soleimani, commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Quds Force? What was the threat? The question of why is exceedingly more important than what.

Every US president beginning with James Monroe has established a doctrine that defined their foreign policy. For example, President Jimmy Carter had a doctrine of tolerance and weak allies. In his State of the Union speech of January 23, 1980, Carter vowed that the US would strongly defend national interests in the Persian Gulf. That pledge apparently came too late for 66 men and women. They were taken hostage after the American Embassy in Tehran was stormed. Fourteen were later freed, but 52 were held hostage for the 444 days of Carter’s remaining presidency. No overt military action was taken to stop the travesty.

President Ronald Reagan faced one of Iran’s proxies on October 23, 1983 after Hezbollah bombed the U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon. I would know; I was there sleeping on the beach a few hundred yards from the building that was targeted. On February 7, 1984, Reagan ordered the Sixth Fleet to evacuate the remaining US troops from Lebanon.

After an attack against the US Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq, on December 31, 2019, Donald Trump had a different response: He made it perfectly clear that he would protect American interests abroad. He did not leave the defense of the compound to few, but ordered an additional 100 Marines to defend the embassy and its inhabitants.

What President Trump did was to make it perfectly clear to the largest terrorist regime worldwide that it was a zero-sum game; that Americans would not be besieged on his watch without consequences. Iran is not accustomed to that.

Iran has swept like an Ebola virus throughout the Middle East. It has almost taken complete control of Iraq. It is the reason for the Syrian massacre and has funded Yemeni terrorists in their battle against Saudi Arabia. An Iran with nuclear capabilities would be an existential threat to the world.

Every US president beginning with James Monroe has established a doctrine that defined their foreign policy. For example, President Jimmy Carter had a doctrine of tolerance and weak allies. In his State of the Union speech of January 23, 1980, Carter vowed that the US would strongly defend national interests in the Persian Gulf. That pledge apparently came too late for 66 men and women. They were taken hostage after the American Embassy in Tehran was stormed. Fourteen were later freed, but 52 were held hostage for the 444 days of Carter’s remaining presidency. No overt military action was taken to stop the travesty.

President Ronald Reagan faced one of Iran’s proxies on October 23, 1983 after Hezbollah bombed the U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut, Lebanon. I would know; I was there sleeping on the beach a few hundred yards from the building that was targeted. On February 7, 1984, Reagan ordered the Sixth Fleet to evacuate the remaining US troops from Lebanon.

After an attack against the US Embassy in Baghdad, Iraq, on December 31, 2019, Donald Trump had a different response: He made it perfectly clear that he would protect American interests abroad. He did not leave the defense of the compound to few, but ordered an additional 100 Marines to defend the embassy and its inhabitants.

What President Trump did was to make it perfectly clear to the largest terrorist regime worldwide that it was a zero-sum game; that Americans would not be besieged on his watch without consequences. Iran is not accustomed to that.

Iran has swept like an Ebola virus throughout the Middle East. It has almost taken complete control of Iraq. It is the reason for the Syrian massacre and has funded Yemeni terrorists in their battle against Saudi Arabia. An Iran with nuclear capabilities would be an existential threat to the world. source

I am proud of our president for his strength and swift response to Iran’s threats and Soleimani’s feckless actions in the region.

I believe that the leadership of Iran’s regime are still reeling from the death of their top general.  This also gave the whole world a glimpse of how the people of Iran feel about their tyrannical government. If the numbers are even close to being accurate, the world has watched the Iranian regime slaughter up to 1500 Iranian protestors.

Anything that President Trump does or does not do is being used by the Left as propaganda against him.

Trump derangement syndrome is at fever pitch.

I’m thankful that God put Donald Trump in his position and I’m praying right along with the readers that he will once again stun the world with a victory in November.

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Shalom b’Yeshua

MARANATHA!!