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    Old Britannia, Britannia rules the waves

    Iran's elite revolutionary guard tried to capture a British Tanker in the Strait of Hurmoz. Thanks to the Royal Navy Frigate HMS Montrose who stood in between the Tanker and the Iranian navy with guns trained on them forced them to back down and withdraw. It's too bad the Brits didn't blow them out of the water.
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    I think sooner or later the shooting is going to start because the Iranian Mullah is nuts. They believe that a war will bring back the Mahdi and he will rule with justice. Guess who they believe is unjust, America.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ussmanlovede36 View Post
    I think sooner or later the shooting is going to start because the Iranian Mullah is nuts. They believe that a war will bring back the Mahdi and he will rule with justice. Guess who they believe is unjust, America.
    I agree, only a matter of time. Problem is, the Iranians death wish will come true.

    Someone is going to get an itchy trigger finger and then look out. Gonna be 'Miller Time'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ussmanlovede36 View Post
    Iran's elite revolutionary guard tried to capture a British Tanker in the Strait of Hurmoz. Thanks to the Royal Navy Frigate HMS Montrose who stood in between the Tanker and the Iranian navy with guns trained on them forced them to back down and withdraw. It's too bad the Brits didn't blow them out of the water.
    The Iranian 'Navy' aka: Revolutionary Guard were in 'fast boats', otherwise known as outboard powered skiff's. Just a scant step above an rubber raft. In reality, they need to be 'blown up'. Wouldn't rake much, a couple 50 cal rounds below the waterline towards the back end and down they go and the towelheads get a much needed bath.....
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    Daryl......

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    Good work HMS Montrose. Bravo Zulu.

    Duty then is the sublimest word in the English language. You should do your duty in all things. You can never do more, you should never wish to do less

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    Question - is there some "rules of the sea" that prevent blowing them away at the first indication of aggressive behavior ? Too many times we've heard of warnings, followed by shots across the bow, then followed by us changing course to avoid conflict. (That was the normal response under the muslam coward). When we incinerate a few fast boats, and crew, maybe they'll respect international waters and act like normal people do. May as well begin now.
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    Someone recently bought a small old cargo ship. Apparently whoever operated it broke some maritime rule, and Iran went to go write it a ticket, so to speak, and found out it was hauling Iranian oil. At least that’s what Russia Times says.

    https://www.rt.com/news/464670-panam...s-flag-tanker/

    No wonder it’s been forgotten already with no consequences. Nothing to see here, move on. The nuking of Iran will need a better reason, please put Bolton and the globalists back in the dungeon and ignore further fake news stories.
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    Maybe give them a concert with a little band called Puff and the Warthogs! Might calm things down.


 

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