We always hear... religion and politics don't mix. What worries me... is what kind of explosive cocktail a religious-military makes. Not the Taliban and al-Queda... or some Houthi tribe in Yemen, they're too primitive... too elemental to worry about. But the Islamic Republic of Iran... with resources driven by a full compliment of a military-industrial-complex. And Ayatollahs in charge of generals that swear allegiance to a Hidden Imam. A completely autonomous military-sector... the IRG, that has grown to a behemoth of incredible proportion. That's what fills my sleep with nightmares. The other day, I saw a photo. You know... one of those images that makes you stand-up and take notice. It had three Iranian Ayatollahs pointing at a futuristic looking, short-rage missile ejector gizmo. I kept wondering... what possible religious concept can they be discussing. Hmm... certainly didn't make me sleep better that night.
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from the article: Israel can't launch strike against Iran on its own