Trump’s Great Escape

Caught flying a spy drone over Iran,

Trump declares that he was mercifully cancelling

the prepared attack on Iran’s radar installations

in retaliation for the downing of the spy drone.

Trump cites that his attack would kill 150 people

in exchange for downing an unmanned spy drone.

Among military strategists,

his actions would represent what they customarily call

chickening out.

The installation that he is referring to is not  manned

by 150 people.

The missile installation defending it would have more

people than this radar installation.

Such an attack would be disastrous to the American drones

and would clearly signify aggression.

Trump has a rude awakening waiting for him.

Such an aggression on Iran puts not only his aircraft carriers at risk

but also Saudi Arabia and Israel.

These are the countries where most of the backup

to the American assault will come from

and thus will be targeted first.

Trump should also consider that Iran may already have

a few nuclear missiles purchased from  somewhere. 

Perhaps Trump and his war cooks should tread softly

around the quiet Iranians.

The sound that they can make would crack some eardrums.

Putin knows this.

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