The eerie similarities between U.S.-Iran tensions and the Iraq invasion
The eerie similarities between U.S.-Iran tensions and the Iraq invasion The eerie similarities between U.S.-Iran tensions and the Iraq invasionNot very reassuring that and we’re Watchers definitely have their eyes on Trump’s National Security adviser John Bolton. He was the one trumpeting the latest carrier. I went to the gulf and pushing a maximum pressure campaign. Dante rent he’s in a ram Hawk now tell K2. The most serious concern is a rock is common to both story. That’S simply not true. In the Trump Administration drunk made it clear he’s not keen on a war, he has a store brand leader to call him the military buildup in the works, if it happens at all, does not match the one in 2003, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t risks. Now of any miscalculation here right now, it’s that the hardliners in Iran decides to push on to take advantage of what they think is the weakness. Every US president, which means the danger today, may not be some long planned Invasion, but the lack of a coherent plan. All the talk of military deployments and an imminent threat between the U.S. and Iran has some ominously comparing this to the run-up to the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
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