Dr. David Duke Commentary — The Ziomedia and Zioestablishment is rushing America toward war with Iran. Although the top intelligence agencies of America all agree that Iran is not building a nuclear weapon, although unlike Israel — Iran has signed the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty, and unlike Israel, Iran has not stolen any other nation’s land nor ethnically cleansed hundreds of thousands of people (the Palestinians) — the Ziomedia continues to lie about Iran and drive America toward war. Make no mistake about it, a war with Iran would be devastating not just for Iran but for Americans. If American nuclear power plants were bombed, huge areas of America could face mass murder and depopulation by radiation poisoning. It could be Chernobyl times ten. If such happened of course, America would respond with devastating military attack. Yet, America is threatening to bomb Nuclear Power Plants in Iran! If Iran is attacked, can we expect them not to retaliate? Our brave soldiers and sailors are in reach of a devastating military response, primed by the Zionist 5th column to be sacrificed on the altar of Supremacist Israel to create a wider war against their number one enemy Iran. Not only could we lose thousands of American casualties, but the American economy would be destroyed with the likelihood of ten dollar a gallon fuel costs. It would destroy millions of jobs and tens of thousands of small and middle sized American companies and businesses. Keep America Safe! NO WAR FOR ISRAEL IN IRAN!
Former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski has warned that a war with Iran (which is what the Jewish Supremacists are trying to achieve with their insane war-mongering) would be “disastrous for the United States, lasting for years and possibly devastating America’s economy.
“A war in the Middle East, in the present context, may last for years,” Brzezinski, who served in the Carter White House, told the Newsmax service.
“And the economic consequences of it are going to be devastating for the average American. High inflation. Instability. Insecurity. Probably significant isolation for the United States in the world scene,” Brzezinski says.
“Can you name me any significant country that’s going to be in that war together on our side? “That’s something no one can afford to ignore,” he said.
“Rushing to war is not a wise course of action,” he said.
“You can always start a war, and you know pretty much what happens when you start it. But you don’t know how long it will last, what its consequences will be – and they will be certainly very costly for the United States.”
Iran recently renewed its threats to close the Strait of Hormuz unless sanctions against it were revoked. Tehran has repeatedly threatened to close the vital oil-shipping channel, through which 40 percent of the world’s seaborne oil exports travel, in retaliation for sanctions placed on its oil exports by Zionist-controlled Western governments.
“We would open it by force — and we have the power to do it, and I’m fairly confident we would do it,” says Brzezinski, who now is Robert Osgood Professor of American Foreign Policy at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C..
“But let’s not be simple-minded about it. We can open it up, but you can be absolutely certain that the costs of oil will skyrocket because it will still be a dangerous passage.
“In effect, the American taxpayer should be ready to pay $5 to $10 a gallon for the pleasure of having a war in the Strait of Hormuz.”
Any international response to Iran would, essentially, fall to the United States. “Let’s not kid ourselves. When people talk about taking on Iran by force, they really mean the United States.”
As U.S. involvement in Iraq nears its 10th year, Brzezinski still opposes it. “We have now an Iraq which is much more vulnerable to Iranian pressure. Saddam Hussein was an odious dictator, but he was also a very effective opponent of Iran. He was also a very effective opponent of al-Qaida. We now have an Iraq that’s unstable.”