May 15, 2019
— M27 (@M27Unchained) May 14, 2019
The British are a bunch of spineless little faggot cowards who don’t even invade countries.
Little faggot bitches. Afraid of a war.
Due to the overwhelming cowardice of the British, I am hereby proposing that the American region of “New England” should officially change its name to “New Freedom Adventureland.”
President Trump can easily order this name change through executive order. And now is the time to do so.
A UK military commander was rebuked by the US Central Command for questioning Washington’s claims that Iran poses an increased threat. Gen. Ghika, a senior figure in the anti-ISIS coalition, said none was evident in Iraq or Syria.
The awkward exchange on Tuesday came as the US is trying to rally its allies to confront Tehran over an unspecified threat to American interests in the Middle East.
Despite the beat of the war drum, even the US’ closest allies remain skeptical about the narrative furthered by Iran hawks in Washington like US National Security Advisor John Bolton and US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. One of the doubters is British Army Maj. Gen. Christopher Ghika, a deputy head of the US-led coalition created to fight the terrorist group Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS).
“There’s been no increased threat from Iranian-backed forces in Iraq and Syria,” Gen. Ghika said on Tuesday during a video briefing from Iraq. “We’re aware of that presence, clearly. And we monitor them along with a whole range of others because that’s the environment we’re in.”
There is a large number of Shia militias operating in Iraq and Syria, some with the backing of the Iranian government. They were involved in fighting against radical Sunni groups, including IS, in the past few years, but the degree of control that Tehran has over the fighters is questionable.
Washington cited the existence of those groups as one of the reasons why Iran poses a danger to the US and should be contained. The US has some 5,000 troops deployed in Iraq with the consent of its government as part of the coalition effort, as well as some 2,000 troops stationed in Syria illegally.
Hours after Ghika’s report, the US Central Command, which is responsible for the Middle East operations, rebuked the British general, saying his word ran “counter to the identified credible threats available to intelligence from US and allies regarding Iranian backed forces in the region.” CENTCOM said it has “increased the force posture level for all service members” of the anti-IS coalition.
Ghika said during the video call, however, that Operation Inherent Resolve, as the coalition effort is officially called, is not operating against Iran, so he was speaking only about the militias. “I’m not going to go into the detail of it, but there are a substantial number of militia groups in Iraq and Syria and we don’t see any increased threat from any of them at this stage.”
Listen up you little tea-drinking, cock-smoking pinko faggot: take the Downing Street memo from 2002 and simply change “George W. Bush” to “Donald Trump” and “Iraq” to “Iran” – i.e.:
C reported on his recent talks in Washington. There was a perceptible shift in attitude. Military action was now seen as inevitable. Trump wanted to remove the Iranian leadership, through military action, justified by the conjunction of terrorism and WMD. But the intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy. The NSC had no patience with the UN route, and no enthusiasm for publishing material on the Iranian regime’s record. There was little discussion in Washington of the aftermath after military action.
Then shut the fuck up and get on board with the program.
It’s a very simple script and it is tried and tested.
We’re doing this thing.
It’s freedom time, motherfucker.
You’re either with us or you’re with the terrorists.