Khamenei: US ‘can’t do a damn thing’ about our missile program

Times of Israel


Iranian supreme leader Ali Khamenei on Monday said the United States cannot “do a damn thing” about the Islamic Republic’s ballistic missile program.

They have engaged in a lot of hue and cry over Iran’s missile capabilities, but they should know that this ballyhoo does not have any influence and they cannot do a damn thing,” Khamenei said, according to the semi-official Fars News Agency.

2 comments on “Khamenei: US ‘can’t do a damn thing’ about our missile program
  1. Nor does the man in the White House WANT to do anything about it. This is the deal that Secretary of State Kerry so ignominiously negotiated. The Iran nuclear agreement is the worst diplomatic deal the U.S. has ever made because it virtually guarantees that Iran will become a nuclear power. Khamanei is simply reinforcing it. It is my considered opinion that Obama is intent on assisting Iran in developing a nuclear capability in order to assure, if not the destruction, then at the very least the subjugation of Israel. It is clear that from the beginning of his administration Obama has been partial to the Muslims (Palestine, Iran, Muslim Brotherhood) and antithetical to the Israelis. Our allies mistrust us with good reason, and our enemies do not fear us. Not good.

  2. Khamenei need to have a lesson given to him. The Air Force con do it but we must have the will as a nation to hake it happen. Our current Commander in Chump as not going to do anything about that bully. We need to hope that Trump gets elected and I am sure he can convince Khamenei that his words have consequences. Obuma is so busy touring the world in his last days in office trying to make himself look good that he has forgotten his purpose. He went to Cuba and kissed the ring of Castro and removed the sanctions that had been placed on them then went Vietnam and did the same. I lost a lot of good friends fighting the Commies and I am really pissed about that. We should have stayed and finished what was started.

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