The Ayatollahs’ clear and present threat to the USA

www.TheEttingerReport.com, May 07, 2018

 The Ayatollahs’ advanced ballistic capabilities and terrorist network are sufficient to deal a major blow to the US national and homeland security.

US bombing Syria – mission accomplished?

www.TheEttingerReport.com, April 17, 2018

The US bombing of Syria could evolve into a geo-strategic game-changer in the Middle East and throughout the globe, provided that President Trump learns from critical errors committed by his predecessors. 

Iran – will the US Congress rise to the challenge?

www.TheEttingerReport.com, October 20, 2017

President Trump's refusal to recertify that Iran's Ayatollahs comply with the July 14, 2015 Iran Nuclear Deal Framework (JCPOA) removed the Ayatollahs' peaceful "screen saver" and laid the ground to expose the Ayatollahs' rogue reality. 

The US-Iran Syndrome: Leverage or Squander?

www.TheEttingerReport.com, July 07, 2017

For example, in 2003, the US focused on the clear and present threat posed by Saddam Hussein, but downplayed its ripple effect on the larger context...

Video #30: Iran's curriculum reflects Ayatollahs’ policy

Video#30: http://bit.ly/2iSO5m8; entire video-seminar: http://bit.ly/1ze66dS, January 07, 2017

Iran’s school curriculum is an authentic reflection of the Ayatollahs' strategy and tactics, which employ the art of the Quran-sanctioned Taqiyya – doubletalk.

Video #29: Iran – a clear & present danger to the USA

Video#29: http://bit.ly/2hVvebW; entire video-seminar: http://bit.ly/1ze66dS, January 06, 2017

The Ayatollahs’ pursuit of nuclear capabilities aims to achieve a mega capability, in order to remove the mega US obstacle to their 2,500-year-old mega goal of regional and global domination.

Have rolled-back sanctions rolled-back Iran's rogue policy?

“Israel Hayom,” http://bit.ly/2cnC34V, September 18, 2016

Contrary to the USA, the Ayatollahs consider the 2015 nuclear agreement a provisional, tactical step, advancing their strategic goal of removing the US from the Persian Gulf, the Indian Ocean and the Middle East.

Iran: from "roll-back" to "roll-on"

Seton Hall University, http://1.usa.gov/1Ni4VGD (excerpts) , August 18, 2015

"We thought the agreement would be rollback-for-rollback: you rollback your infrastructure and we'll rollback our sanctions…."

US voters shape the Iran debate in Congress

"Israel Hayom", http://bit.ly/1HL3hp2, August 14, 2015

The chasm between most constituents and the White House is highlighted by the congressional debate on the nuclear deal with the Ayatollahs. 

Saudi Arabia VS President Obama and Secretary Kerry

"Israel Hayom", http://bit.ly/1MRHST4, August 07, 2015

The House of Saud considers the Iran nuclear deal a colossal threat, resulting from a reckless, short-sighted and self-destructive policy. 

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