Report: Iran building missile base in Venezuela

German newspaper Die Welt reports that Iran is constructing an intermediate range  missile base on Venezuela's Paraguaná Peninsula, and that engineers from  the  Khatam al-Anbia consstruction firm,  owned by the Revolutionary Guards, visited Paraguaná in February.

The base would obviously give Iran a means of attacking the United States with the nuclear weapons it is developing, as well as a means of intimidating neighboring Colombia, a close US ally. Not to mention summoning the 12th Mahdi with the hellfire of war.

When the Soviet Union prepared to base missiles in Cuba, President Kennedy took decisive action. Is there anyone in America -- or more importantly, in Teheran -- who believes Barack Obama would mirror the fortitude of his Democrat predecessor?

Hat tip: James G. Wiles
German newspaper Die Welt reports that Iran is constructing an intermediate range  missile base on Venezuela's Paraguaná Peninsula, and that engineers from  the  Khatam al-Anbia consstruction firm,  owned by the Revolutionary Guards, visited Paraguaná in February.

The base would obviously give Iran a means of attacking the United States with the nuclear weapons it is developing, as well as a means of intimidating neighboring Colombia, a close US ally. Not to mention summoning the 12th Mahdi with the hellfire of war.

When the Soviet Union prepared to base missiles in Cuba, President Kennedy took decisive action. Is there anyone in America -- or more importantly, in Teheran -- who believes Barack Obama would mirror the fortitude of his Democrat predecessor?

Hat tip: James G. Wiles

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