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Iran Issues 'Murder and Terrorism' Arrest Warrant for Trump Over Soleimani Assassination

Imagine if an Iranian drone had assassinated a U.S. general in Iraq, or anywhere else. What would be the response of the U.S.?

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In the Permanent War Economy of the U.S., which has existed since 1945, with military contractors and sub-contractors purposely hired in every Congressional District in every state, significantly cutting the bloated, imperialist “defense” budget of the U.S. is a dream that, unfortunately, will never become reality. Members of Congress have too much to lo$e if they vote to cut military spending.

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That is what I was going to say. A foreign country, Iran no less, is at least trying (pretending to try?) to bring our lawless leader to justice. While our Senate betrayed their Constitutional mandate to impeach Trump. Even perjuring themselves by swearing an oath to do their sworn duty. Regardless of the outcome of this, it adds to the humiliation of our country to the rest of the world.

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It would have if it wasn’t for the treason of the Republican Party in the senate!

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The D majority in the House of Representatives voted for impeachment.

The R majority in the Senate voted against conviction.

Agree that it’s embarassing.

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The US response would be WWIII, WWIV, WWV,…etc

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If memory serves, the original “propaganda stunt” was the Soleimani assassination, a stunt needed for Trump’s re-election, the killing of a brown-skinned person to match Obama’s killing of bin Laden.

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Yuppers. And I can just imagine what might have been done had Iran forced the US to install an Iranian military facility and then assassinated an equivalent US figure.

The days of any veiled US legitimacy for colonization for corporate interests is seemingly headed in one of two directions. Either accept that there has never been any legitimacy in the claims of superiority and some god forsaken right of deity in the first place and begin to shut down the obscene scale of foreign military occupations; or have that decision made by the occupied peoples. Actually there is at least one more direction. Attempt to deny the exponential pacing of aggregate consequences roaring down the pike. Otherwise known as faux faux status quo.

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Hey since the U.S. is already setting a precedent of another country spiriting away a citizen from another country, i.e. Assange, to stand trial why not should Iran want the same? At least Trump would deserve to rot in the prison of one of his victims.

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Backed up by the Democrats of course. They too want to take down Iran.

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And please as odious as Trump is expect Biden to pardon him just like Obama did with Bush. Sure Trump is much more egregious this time but in the end the elites look after each other.

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I can hear it now. Biden: " we have to look forward". But Biden may never get the chance to pardon Trump.

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If not Biden whoever is in power after Trump will. Even Hillary would and despite all their complaining we would still hear the sycophantic population yell “YAS QUEEN” in response.

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Lock him up!

and throw the keys away.

No pardons since Ford pardoned Nixon. The rest is what, conjecture?
And how did the dems get mention when the thread is about Iran, trump, and terrorism?

Dream on.

There goes the Orange Anus’s trips to his Scotland golf course.

Lay in wait Iran.

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Well the dream only lasted about 30 min., see my second post with link above.

I saw that. Interpol is nearly as useless as the UN.

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It’s amazing, really, when we think more carefully about crime, which people get arrested and imprisoned and which get away with it. If a Black man had done this, he’d be dead. Rich, white, entitled Donald can - as he has boasted - commit murder and walk away. Black people, the poor, the rest of us have to put up with the police arresting and charging us for far more minor offences.