Thomas Wictor

The mullahs decide to accelerate their extinction

The mullahs decide to accelerate their extinction

I’m posting early today because I have to go to Los Angeles International Airport and meet my brother Eric in about two hours. But I just wanted to point out that Iran has chosen extinction over survival. The mullahs have, I mean. Iran itself will be liberated fairly soon.

It’s clear to me that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)—the Iranian nuclear deal—is one of the greatest deception operations in human history. Rather than an attempt to prevent Iran from obtaining nuclear weapons, the JCPOA is a casus belli, designed to be so dangerous that it gives Israel and the Arab League a rock-solid reason to overthrow the mullahs through military action.

Nobody’s forcing Iran to make completely unreasonable demands and to serially violate the terms of the JCPOA. What the nuclear deal does is reveal that Iran is acting in total, volitional, irredeemable bad faith. Simply put, the mullahs can’t be trusted, so they have to be removed.

The war in Yemen was the beta test for the Israeli, Arab, Asian, Central Asian, and African alliance that will overthrow the mullahs. Houthi rebels, Yemeni soldiers loyal to former dictator Abdullah Ali Saleh, the Iranian Quds Force, and Hezbollah have been rapidly pushed back by Yemenis trained in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. Other fighters opposing the rebels are militias from Popular Committees. What the Saudi-led Coalition has done is provide weapons, training, air power, artillery, armor, and special forces.

Below is a mine resistant ambush protected vehicle (MRAP) flying a flag of the Southern Separatist Movement, which opposes both the Houthis and al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP).


The Saudis and Emiratis trained and equipped Yemeni troops to fight at a NATO standard. It’s likely that the crew of the MRAP are Yemeni soldiers attached to this particular column of Southern Separatist Movement militiamen. These separatists are willing to work with the government of President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi and the Coalition. The goal is to defeat the Houthis and then deal with Yemen’s other pressing issues one at a time.

Unlike Iran in Syria and Lebanon, the Saudis have kept their footprint in Yemen to a minimum. The vast majority of pro-Hadi fighters are Yemenis. Small units of Arab, Pakistani, Malaysian, and African special forces are embedded with Yemeni troops and militias. About 10,000 Sudanese are being brought in to secure Aden, but they won’t be taking part in the assaults on Taiz, Sana’a, and Sadaa.

Houthi casualties are a closely guarded secret. Guess what that means? There’s no reliable figure for the number of people who’ve died in Yemen, but the Saudi Border Guard reported that they’d killed 500 Houthis in only the first two weeks of the war. Yemeni Popular Committee militias said that they’d killed 470 Houthis in the southern province of Lahej in early August. Nearly all photos of wounded Yemeni “civilians” show military-aged males.




The war is going badly for the Houthis, the Saleh loyalists, the Revolutionary Committee, and Iran.

In Syria, almost every single high-ranking Iranian Quds Force and Lebanese Hezbollah commander has been killed.

a. Brigadier General Hossein Hamedani – Quds Force architect of Iranian operations in Syria
b. Brigadier General Farshid Hasounizadeh – Quds Force
c. Brigadier General Hamid Mukhtarband – Quds Force
d. General Mohammad Ali Allah-Dadi – Quds Force liaison to Hezbollah and Syrian intelligence
e. Hassan Hussein al-Hajj – chief of Hezbollah military operations
f. Mahdi Hassan Obeid – senior Hezbollah commander
g. Alaa Kasad Mahudar al-Musawi – commander of Harakat al-Nujaba in Aleppo
h. Imad Mughniyeh Mohammed Issa – chief of Hezbollah operations in Syria and Iraq
i. Jihad Mughniyeh – commander of Hezbollah in Golan Heights and son of Imad Mughniyeh
j. Abu Ali al-Tabatabai – commander of Quds Force in the Golan Heights
k. Ismail al-Ashab – Hezbollah liaison with Iran
l. General Jabar Drisawi – commander of Iranian Basij in Syria
m. Brigadier General Mohammad Jamali PaghallehQuds Force
n. General Abdollah EskandariQuds Force
o. General Hassan ShateriQuds Force liaison to Lebanon
p. Ismail Ali HeydariQuds Force commander
q. Musa Ali Shahimisenior Hezbollah commander
r. Ali Hussein Nassifchief of Hezbollah operations in Syria
s. General ——– Assadi – commander of Quds Force expeditionary units in Lebanon
t. Ali Shabeebsenior Hezbollah commander
u. Fadi al-Jazarsenior Hezbollah commander
v. Abbas Hussein Ridha – commander of Abu Fadl al-Abbas Brigade in Syria
w. Khader Nasrallahsenior Hezbollah commander and brother of Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah
x. Ahmed Heyyari – commander of Quds Force Imam Hussein Battalion
y. General Hajj Nader Hamid – Quds Force

The Iranians are saying that Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani is a kind of death-curse for everyone photographed with him. This is the late General Hajj Nader Hamid on the right, kissing one of the most evil men who ever lived.


Given facial-recognition software and the high resolution of the cameras on Israeli unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), it’s possible that being seen with Soleimani is indeed a death sentence.

Israel and Turkey have been working feverishly to build up the military of Azerbaijan. It’s no secret that in 2012, the Azeris let Israel begin using their air bases. Over the past five years, Azerbaijan doubled its military spending, buying 85 percent of its weapons from Russia, a nominal ally of Iran.

And now look what Sunni Saudi Arabia just did with Shi’ite Azerbaijan.

Prince Saud Al-Faisal, Minister of Foreign Affairs, signed here today a number of agreements between Arab countries and ‘Central Asia and Azerbaijan’, following the announcement of ‘Riyadh Declaration’ at the conclusion of the First Arab Cooperation and Economic Forum with Central Asia and Azerbaijan.

The signing ceremony was attended by Prince Abdulaziz bin Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs; and Arab League Secretary General Dr. Nabil Al-Araby.

The first agreement included signing a memorandum of understanding between the Arab countries and each of Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan which was signed by Prince Saud Al-Faisal and Arab League Secretary General as well as the countries’ foreign ministers.

A “memorandum of understanding” covers many, many fronts. Azerbaijan is now essentially an ally of Israel and Saudi Arabia.


So in the face of all this, what is Iran’s next step?

Iranian Supreme Leader Khamenei’s Letter Of Guidelines To President Rohani On JCPOA Sets Nine Conditions Nullifying Original Agreement Announced July 14, 2023

On October 21, 2015, Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei published a letter of guidelines to Iranian President Hassan Rohani on the execution of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)…

The letter, defined by Khamenei on his website as “conditional approval” of the JCPOA, sets several new conditions for Iran’s execution of the agreement. These conditions constitute late and unilateral additions to the agreement concluded three months previously that fundamentally change it.

It should be further noted that in his introduction to the new conditions, Khamenei attacks the U.S. and President Obama with great hostility, and calls for Obama to be prosecuted by international judiciary institutions.

You must read it. This is the longest, most pompous, most ridiculous suicide note ever written. The mullahs have now absolutely guaranteed war and their own destruction. They obligingly dove right into the tiger pit full of sharpened stakes. Khamenei even admits that I was right.

He wrote that the Americans’ behavior in the nuclear talks is another link in the chain of its enmity towards Iran, that America entered into the talks with the aim of “deception,” and that therefore Iran must remain alert in light of America’s hostile intentions.

For everyone who was worried that I was spilling the beans, here it is from the Jew-hating horse’s mouth. The mullahs know they’re being played, but their arrogance and sense of entitlement make it impossible for them to believe it. Khamenei’s lackeys have convinced him that the mighty Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps can defeat the contemptible Jews, Arabs, Africans, and Asians.

Saddam Hussein had the same confidence in his Elite Republican Guard™.


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