Iran: Photo Circulating on Social Media of IRGC Badge By Note: ‘I Won’t Accept Brutal Orders Anymore’


A photo of an Islamic Revolutionary Guards Gorps badge that’s been circulating around social media has caused quite a stir — mostly, because of the accompanying message that reads: “I won’t accept brutal orders anymore.”

Pictures do indeed say 1,000 words. And this one’s saying Iran’s regime may be crumbling from within.

If valid — if the photo is genuine — then 2018 may just usher in a new era of peace and hope.

Jack Posobiec, author of “Citizens for Trump,” first noted the image.

And let’s not forget who’s at the top of the commander chain during this transition to peace: President Donald Trump, the guy who has been refusing to kowtow to Iran, the guy who’s been insistent about the goal of eradicating Islamic terror — and the guy who’s been mercilessly mocked and derided by the left and mainstream media for refusing to carry the last administration’s “diplomacy at all costs” foreign affairs policy into this White House.

Once again, the Trump way — the peace through strength way — is emerging as the clear winner with Iran.

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