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Friday, March 20, 2015

Recently translated Iranian military textbook suggests nuclear EMP attack on UnitedStates power grid

Reblogged from http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/70568

Peaceful purposes. 
Recently translated Iranian military textbook suggests nuclear EMP attack on United States power grid


By Robert Laurie -- Bio and Archives  March 19, 2015
If you only get your news from watching Obama speeches, you know Iran as the peace loving nation that doesn’t want anything to do with nuclear weapons because using them would be “against their religion.” With that in mind, you’re not worried about Obama’s plan to place them directly on the path to a nuke. Since they’re too pious to ever consider dropping the bomb, why not grant them access?

That’s ludicrous for a whole host of reasons but, nonetheless, it’s exactly the malarkey that the President and his allies have been spewing. Just for fun, let’s pretend they’re right. Iran won’t nuke anyone because that would be “naughty” and they’re nothing if not above board in their international dealings. 

Unfortunately for the President, if one of their recently translated military manuals is correct, they have ways around their pesky religious anxieties. According to the book, an atmospheric detonation that results in a power-grid and network destroying electromagnetic pulse is A-OK.

As the Washington Examiner reports:
The issue of a nuclear EMP attack was raised in the final hours of this week’s elections in Israel when U.S. authority Peter Vincent Pry penned a column for Arutz Sheva warning of Iran’s threat to free nations.

  “Iranian military documents describe such a scenario — including a recently translated Iranian military textbook that endorses nuclear EMP attack against the United States,” he wrote.
  A knowledgeable source said that the textbook discusses an EMP attack on America in 20 different places.
  Arizona Republican Rep. Trent Franks, who is leading an effort to protect the U.S. electric grid from an EMP attack, has recently made similar claims based on the document translated by military authorities.

  Once sneered at by critics, recent moves by Iran and North Korea have given credibility to the potential EMP threat from an atmospheric nuclear explosion over the U.S.
We’re sure that any response to the above would employ all the standard tropes that liberals love, so we’ll outline their oh-so-elegant arguments for you:
  1. This is just Republican and Zionist fear mongering.
  3. You’re part of the military industrial complex and you want more war.
  5. This non-legally-binding unenforceable non-treaty is totally going to get us “something” in return. No we’re not going tell you what that is.
  7. We’re going to do inspections! Iran always complies with inspections!
  9. Iran is technologically inferior and “way over there” so constructing and delivering such a device is beyond them.
  11. Despite that, Iran is probably going to get a bomb anyway. So don’t worry about it.
  13. You’re an idiot. Shut up.
Not one of these pat answers manages to explain why we should knowingly enter into a “deal” with a terrorist nation that culminates in their acquisition of a weapon they’d love to use against us.

...But if you’re making that point, you’ll be directed to number 7.

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