Regular readers of this website know all too well that Iran poses not only a threat to Israel, but towards Europe as well, I’ve been warning about it for years.
Europeans like to dismiss Iranian threats against the Jewish state as just bellicose statements, and love Iranian markets to sell their goods. That’s been the hallmark of their behavior for decades. Some have even advocated support for the Mullah regime’s quest for nuclear weapons, with the logic being, ”well the Israelis have them, why not Iran, who are we to dictate to them anyways?”
These very same European countries who are big on human rights, never fully take into consideration the fact that, when looking at other well armed (nuke) regimes, like the Soviets, China or even N.Korea, the people under their misrule are even more worse off than before. If the Iranians succeed in their goals and achieve nuke weaponry for themselves, their public will suffer as never before. The gloves will indeed come off.
This recent ‘bellicose’ statement shows just how much of a threat they pose to the European continent, they have to be dealt with sooner than later, and in a decisive way. My advise if people in leadership positions would be -before achieving full production themselves- would be to blockade all foreign ports receiving Iranian oil for refinement into gasoline that’s eventually headed for Iran’s own domestic market. That, more than anything else would signal international resolve on the issue of Iran’s quest for nukes and the threat they pose to the rest of the world.
Iran Threatens to Put Europe within Missile Range
Revolutionary Guard threatens to extend Iran’s missile range to cover all of Europe if the continent persists with its demand to negotiate Iran’s missile program.
General Hossein Salami, deputy commander of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC), issued a warning to Europe, stating that Iran would increase the range of its missiles to cover the Continent if threatened.
Speaking during a live TV program Saturday night, Salami said that the range of Iranian missiles depends on the scale of threats.
The Islamic Republic, he said, will never negotiate over its missile capability, which is an integral part of its power, Iran’s Press TV reported.
France has called for an “uncompromising” dialogue with Iran about its ballistic missile program and a possible negotiation over the issue separate from Tehran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world countries.