High time US taught new lessons: Iran Armed Forces spokesman

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Deputy Chief of Staff of Iran's Armed Forces Brigadier General Massoud Jazayeri
Deputy Chief of Staff of Iran’s Armed Forces Brigadier General Massoud Jazayeri

Iran’s chief Armed Forces spokesman has lashed out at US President Donald Trump for making threats and accusations against the Islamic Republic, saying it is high time for the United States to be taught “new” salutary lessons.

“It seems the Trump administration understands nothing but expletives and needs some shocks to learn the new concept of power in today’s world,” Deputy Chief of Staff of Iran’s Armed Forces Brigadier General Massoud Jazayeri said on Tuesday.

He added that the US approaches have frustrated people across the world, saying, “It is time to teach the US new lessons.”

He emphasized that Iran’s increasing defensive capabilities would never be swayed by foreign rhetoric and said, “The policy and logic of the Islamic Republic of Iran on boosting the country’s defensive power are an unquestionable issue.”

The Iranian commander added that the country has considered serious plans to counter US aggressive policies.

“The era of the US presence and dominance over the West Asia [region] is over,” Jazayeri pointed out.

Trump is reportedly planning to “decertify” on October 15 the nuclear agreement, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), reached between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries in 2015. According to reports, the US president plans to declare that the nuclear deal is not in the national interest of the United States and kick the issue to a reluctant Congress.

The US president is also expected to designate the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization.

If Trump refuses to certify, the Congress will have 60 days to decide whether to restore the sanctions against the Islamic Republic that the US has agreed to waive under the deal. By potentially re-imposing the nuclear-related bans, the US would be stopping the implementation of major obligations under the agreement, which would practically equal a pullout even if an official declaration of withdrawal was not released.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Monday Tehran will take reciprocal measures against a potential “strategic mistake” by President Trump to designate the IRGC as a terrorist organization.

“If American officials make such a strategic mistake, the Islamic Republic of Iran will take a reciprocal measure,” Zarif said, adding, “Some measures have been thought out in this regard and will be taken at the appropriate time.”

The IRGC chief commander, Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari, said on Sunday that Iran would treat US troops like Daesh terrorists if the IRGC was designated as a terrorist organization by the US.

Iran has been providing Syria and Iraq military advisory assistance in the fight against Daesh upon the two countries’ request.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and many world leaders on Monday unanimously thew their weight behind the nuclear agreement rejecting the US president’s claims that Tehran has violated the “spirit” of the deal.

IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano in a statement once again confirmed that Iran was in compliance with its commitments under the JCPOA.

“I can state that the nuclear-related commitments undertaken by Iran under the (nuclear agreement) are being implemented,” Amano said in prepared remarks during the 20th Edoardo Amaldi Conference in Rome.

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  1. Well, well. What to do? What to do?
    More of the same can be expected. And from my view nothing good will come from the same.
    The oil … the dollar … mostly it’s the dollar, it worries millions to death.
    Oh, and that crime in Las Vegas has been solved by the sheriff. No worries there.

  2. The friend who tries to tell me who I can be friends with, is not my friend. Trade has always been the method of peace. Aggressive territorial expansion has always been the enemy of peace. Breaking agreements has long been a bad habit for the US. Hiring billionaires with personal interests to represent foreign trade is never a good idea. Mixing religious exceptionalism into it, an even worse idea.

  3. You know . . . all the saber rattling irks me. If it comes from our side, their side, over there side, it still makes my ears bleed. It’s “rhetoric” which leads to conflicts, and that always ends up with innocent people as fodder. High time US taught new lessons . . . oh, and Iran is going to take us behind the woodshed for a stern “talking to?” I wish all these men would just STFU already. Too bad diplomacy is a foreign concept. Because dip-low-mats were bought off . . . pity. 65 Million persons are displaced as I type. Yeah, so go ahead and fvck it up some more. ALL hands are dirty . . . with 65 Million persons gone from their homes — DESPICABLE!

    • dip-low-mats are lower then dip-low-rats.
      Just looking at “our world leaders” gives me the creeps.
      Time is overdue for their complete displacement from any positions of power.
      They are the obstacle to peace and could not be further away from being called world leaders!
      To talk around in circles while praising the God of Mammon is no leadership. If this world would have any decency or justice at all there would be a tribunal of spiritual leaders taking care of humanity and not these career political puppets with their pockets full of Shekel.

    • If somebody tells one to jump from the 32 floor and he/she jumps who’s fault is it Khalid?
      The one who asked the other to jump is quite fulfilled by his action. The one who “did not know that it will hurt when landing” or “did not know that the one being trusted was lying”?
      The “jumper” might has to accept it was worth while to fly as he/she could not even trust him/herself.
      Without USA there would be no Israel. It all goes hand in hand here.
      Innocence and stupidity is not one and the same.

  4. Trump and most of the pieces of corrupt garbage in Congress are nothing but traitors for Israel. All should be prosecuted and jailed for life. The most vulnerable part of our government is the dollar and debt. Iran and all the other countries just need to crash the dollar and debt and nature will do the rest. The U.S. is very close to a major financial collapse which will result in anarchy.

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