Iranian Propaganda Video Shows Destruction Of American Navy Fleet



Iran – Barack Obama’s new BFF in the Middle East – continues its saber-rattling against the United States.

In a propaganda video reminiscent of the Islamic State, the American navy fleet is shown being destroyed by a group of Iranian men carrying flags and staring intently at them from the beach.

The video begins by showing a little boy wading into the ocean to grab a soccer ball that was kicked there. As he picks up the ball, he sees a passenger jet shot out of the sky by a U.S. warship. The video shows bodies in the water, including that of a little girl who is wearing a red dress, an image which draws resemblance to the picture of a Syrian boy, “Aylan Kurdi” (whose actual name is Alan Shenu), whose lifeless body was photographed on the Turkish beach onto which he had washed, Breitbart is reporting.

As the U.S. fleet approaches the shore, they begin firing on a line of Iranian men each holding a flag while singing (in Persian): “If you step over me, I will break your legs into pieces!”

With one blast of a cannon from a U.S. warship, the Iranian men charge will fervor into the ocean, Iranian flags in hand, and unscathed into the ocean waters. A huge tidal wave then manifests and wipes out all the U.S. ships and aircrafts.

The name “Vincennes” can be seen on the side of one of the ships, likely a reference to the USS Vincennes, a Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser that was used by the U.S. Navy between 1985 and 2005, and accidentally shot down Iran Air Flight 655 during the Iran-Iraq war in 1988, having mistaken it for an F-14A Tomcat fighter jet. All 290 passengers on board perished.

A legal analysis provided by U.S. Navy Captain Julian Daniel McCarthy, who also served in a legal capacity for the Navy, points out that “despite the perceived lack of a legal duty, the U.S. offered humanitarian compensation to the victims of Iran Air Flight #655 in the form of ex gratia payments.”

The end of the video shows an image of the U.S. flag burning in the middle of the ocean with the Iranian men on one knee with their flags planted firmly in the sand.

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