Iran's Islamic Revolution Meant "40 Years Of Failure": Trump Advisor
- Author: Rogelio Becker Feb 13, 2019,
Feb 13, 2019, 0:50
He also blasted a US "conspiracy" against the country, saying, "The presence of people today on the streets all over Islamic Iran. means that the enemy will never reach its evil objectives". Loudspeakers are blaring out revolutionary and nationalist songs to encourage people to join the rallies.
Life-size replicas of Iranian-made cruise and ballistic missiles stood in a statement of defiance after the US previous year reimposed sanctions following its withdrawal from a deal on Tehran's nuclear programme.
After decades of hostility with the United States, the Islamic Republic vowed to increase its military strength despite mounting pressure from Western countries.
In the tweets Trump said: '40 years of corruption.
"What a 40 years it's been". 40 Years of Failure to adjust USA policy to reality. As The Times of Israel notes, "t$3 op political and military leaders in Iran regularly call for Israel's annihilation", so Javani's paean to his regime's genocidal ambitions is not at all unprecedented.
"The long-suffering Iranian people deserve a much brighter future", the American president added.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks during an event in Tel Aviv, Israel, August 9, 2017.
The scathing slogans appeared just days after Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said such insults should not be taken personally by US or Israeli citizens.
The message was issued as the country celebrated the 40th anniversary of their Islamic revolution.
Soldiers, students, clerics and black-clad women holding small children thronged streets across Iran, many with portraits of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the Shi'ite cleric who toppled the Shah in an Islamic uprising that still haunts the West.
The state has played up this year's anniversary as 40 is symbolic of maturity in the Islamic tradition and the age at which Prophet Mohammed received revelations from God.
The large crowds at state-supported marches came as Iranians increasingly face economic hardship.
The celebrations included several instance of muscle flexing, including the launch and test of new missiles, which would put Israel squarely within precise range of the Iranian armed forces.
"We will not let America become victorious..."
That April, the Islamic Republic of Iran was proclaimed following a referendum.
Some of the protesters burned US flags.
Today, as part of the jihad-exporting regime's celebration of the Islamic Revolution, the infamously anti-Semitic and anti-Israel government made a decision to once again casually threaten to attack the Jewish state.
Iran also has vast clout in Iraq, where Major-General Qassem Soleimani, head of the overseas arm of the Revolutionary Guards, was frequently photographed guiding Shi'ite militias in the war against Sunni Islamic State militants.