Their Last Mistake

For the first time in history, the rogue Iranian “Mullah” regime launched a direct attack from its own soil on the State of Israel. Moren than 300 missiles, rockets and drones were arbitrarily fired onto Israel by the “Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps” (IRGC) and Iran’s Proxies in the Middle East (such as the “Huthi” Militia in Yemen, the so called “Hezbollah” in the failed state of Lebanon and other militant Islamic groups in Syria and Iraq) on 14th April 2024. While the attack proved futile due to supreme Israeli defense capabilities and allied support from the U.S., the UK, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, it was intended to kill and destroy. There can be only one response to Iran – one that is long overdue: Wipe out the Mullahs once and for all. And make this their last mistake. A call to arms.

The Rogue State of Iran and the Iranian Attack on Israel

Iran has been a state sponsor of terrorism for decades. The Iranian Attack on Israel is just another step in a long and threatening development.

Since the so called “Islamic Revolution” in 1979, Iran ist known for its extensive support for terrorism in the Middle East and elsewhere, coupled with its pursuit of a nuclear program that is intended to be utilized militarily. Tehran is backing militant groups like Hezbollah, Hamas, and various Shia militias in Iraq and Syria and provides them with weapons, training, and financial resources, exacerbating regional conflicts and endangering civilian lives. Iran is one of the countries that supported the terrorists of 9/11 and, thus, made this attack possible – at least by aiding and abetting. In addition, Iran is known for helping and sponsoring terrorists commiting attacks on Western assets and values in the West itself and elsewhere.

Iran has also continued to develop – and conceal – its nuclear program – for obvious military reasons – raising fears of nuclear proliferation in the volatile region of the Middle East. This behavior intensifies global security risks and heightens tensions between Iran and its adversaries in the region that also include Sunni Islamic countries like Saudi Arabia and others.

The combination of Iran’s support for terrorism and its pursuit of nuclear capabilities poses significant challenges for regional stability and international security. This has been the case since the beginning of the “Islamic Revolution”. The West “did its part” by failed diplomacy and by placing trust in these Mullahs and in so called International Organizations (like the “UN”) that, eventually, only led to a stronger Iranian regime.

Today, despite all sanctions and embargos by the West, Iran is closer to a nuke than ever before. In addition, Iran is the main sponsor of Russia when it comes drone support for the illegal war of aggression against Ukraine, and plays a major part in proxy attacks on trade ships in the Yemeni and Strait of Hormuz regions. Also, Iran trained terrorists of the 7th October Onslaught by Hamas on Israel.

Iran, therefore, has a history of reckless aggression in the Middle East and around the world.

The Iranian attack on Israel on early morning of 14th April 2014 marks another escaltion of Iranian terror and shows their willingness to achieve their stated ambition of destroying the “Zionist Regime” (Iranian propaganda speech for: Government of Israel) in the “occupied land” (Iranian propaganda speech for: Israel).

To that, there can only exist one decisive answer: Take Iran out.

The Axis of Evil

It has been said that Israel itself is responsible for the Iranian Attack by allegedly striking and killing “Commanders” and “Gernerals” of the so called “Islamic Revolutionary Guards” (IRGC) in a Mullah Embassy proxy building in Damascus earlier this year. Be that as it may. But here are the facts: Israel did neither confirm nor deny such action and will, above all, not be the first to attack embassies in the Middle East.

However, the Western, i.e. our, mistake with Iran was already made in the aftermath of 9/11.

As a reminder – President George W. Bush said in a speech in early 2002:

“States like these [Iran et al], and their terrorist allies, constitute an axis of evil, arming to threaten the peace of the world. By seeking weapons of mass destruction, these regimes pose a grave and growing danger. They could provide these arms to terrorists, giving them the means to match their hatred. They could attack our allies or attempt to blackmail the United States. In any of these cases, the price of indifference would be catastrophic.”

Unfortunately, the United States and their President then did not act accordingly on that statement of facts but, actually, remained indifferent.

Iran and its rogue and outlaw regime should have been declared war to then – in accordance with military action in Afghanistan and Iraq. In the aftermath of 9/11 there was the single biggest chance to wipe out the Mullahs and their terror state from the face of the earth – before they could even have dreamt of the possibilty of possessing nuclear weapons (or drones, for that matter).

This mistake costs us dearly today. Not only was Iran enabled to pursue nuclear technology, they also were given back frozen money and, above all, reinsurance and even something like “legal authority” by the failed international “nuclear deal” with Iran (“Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action”).

Today, Iran has enriched enough nuclear material to manufacture up to ten nuclear weapons – and the West made that possible.

The West is, therefore, not only responsible for not wiping out an evil regime when the time had come but for – factually – providing them with the means and justification to pursue their outrageous aims of “death to America” and “death to Israel”. This has to end right now.

Justice must be done

Following the Iranian Attack on Israel, now another unique opportuny has come to finally solve the Mullah and Iranian question.

Due to the fact that the West, again, backs away from anything other than defense support for Israel, it is – once again – Israel’s job to act accordingly and to execute the just demands for peace and security of the world.

Under international law a country is authorized to use military force in its own defense.

So, how could a counter-attack on Iran look like?

Massive Retaliation (“B’rerat Shimshon” – The Samson Option)

Israel could strike Iran with nuclear weapons in an – at the same time retaliatory and preemptive – strike against the Mullahs.

Although it is not known whether or not Israel itself maintains or develops nukes, their use against Iran could be an option. Strikes could include the government in Tehran and most of the so called “Revolutionary Guards” – the “elite” military force of the Mullahs. At the same time, military bases, harbors, refineries and Iran’s own nuclear facilities could be destroyed.

Israel could launch an attack like this by coordinated and concerted use of F15-E Strike Eagles, Jericho Ballistic Missiles and Dolphin Class Submarines.

Conventional Retaliation

The second, more limited option for an Israeli retaliation could be a conventional strike, i.e. without the use of nuclear weapons against Iran.

Such a strike could include F35 stealth fighter jets, F16s, ballistic missiles and maritime weapon systems and should happen in three waves that would not exceed 48 hours:

  1. Destruction of most of the Iranian nuclear facilities.
  2. Destruction of the main harbors and fleet of Iran.
  3. Destruction of most of Iranian oil producing capacities.

In this war game, a direct assault onto the regime in Tehran is not necessary because the – as a consequence – crambling economy paired with mass prostests of the Iranian civilian society against their “government” would do their part to finally end the Mullahs.

An Isolated Attack

The third option Israel has is to strike back against isolated and singled-out Iranian targets. This could include facilities of the Iranian nuclear program, military agencies of the IRGC or crucial economic targets on Iranian soil or in the wider region.


Israel can also use intelligence and assassination capabilities to target dedicated Iranian individuals and take them out.

Cyber Attack

A cyber attack targeting crucial military or nuclear facilities of Iran is also an option that should be on the table.

Taking Iran Out

Whatever option – or whatever combination of options – Israel chooses – a response against Iran must happen. We have now, once more and for the second time in history, the opportunity to finally put an end to the rogue Iranian regime and their outlaw leaders. This chance should not be let gone without making it fruitful.

With the Iranian fascists gone, Hamas, Hezbollah, the Huthis and half a dozen Shia terror groups will (militarily and financially) starve and cease to exist. Not only a peaceful Middle East, a more peaceful world depnds on it.

Yallah! Aharai!