MAYDAY 1644: FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 2020

“Let us take hope, sometimes, in fake news. Iranian state television said on Wednesday that killed, in a counter attack — Iranian

— have been at least 80 terrorists, warning Washington also, against taking any retaliatory measures, against forces, Iranian.”

“Iranian state television said on Wednesday that killed, in a counter attack — Iranian — have been at least 80 terrorists, warning yous

also, against taking any retaliatory measures against forces, Iranian. Let us take hope … sometimes, in … fake … news.”

“Iran has made its loud, public and fiery retort to the startlingly open Soleimani, killing. But Iran’s strikes seem intended, not to kill,

anyone. No one believes the Iranian claims, of American, casualties. And no one was scratched — much … less — killed.”

“A spokesman for Iran has said the crash was not a result of any military action. I wonder. I wonder also: Why from the pilots, no

communication? And what I might have done — had those Canadians — been Americans. Methinks … I do not really, want to know”

“Photographs purportedly taken near the site of the crash and thereafter circulated on social media appear to show the guidance

section of an SA-15 Gauntlet short-range surface to air missile. The Iranians themselves may have been the missile’s, guidance.”

“Increasingly it appears that some hapless Iranian air-defense crew must now, forever forego any thought of any military

— promotion, in rank. Countless lives ruined, in a ruinous, instant; firing a heat-seeking missile mistakenly, however, inadvertently.”

“Countless lives ruined in ruinous, instants; and in long stretches of time. Increasingly it appears that the Iranians shall have to suffer

indignity, upon indignity. But it need not be if everyone does as I say, in my Nobel-winning diplomacy, on Twitter.”

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