From Iran with love
Trump has released a tweet to counter Iranian propaganda regarding the arrest of seventeen spies.
The question is whether this is propaganda or based on fact? The reports have been garnered from Iranian news websites and twitter accounts and reported in Western Media.
Iran announces breakup of ‘CIA spy ring’, some sentenced to death
Iran says it dismantled CIA spy ring, arrests 17, sentences some to death: report
Iran says breaks up CIA spy ring, some sentenced to death
Context is everything
It seems that the Iranians are going out of their way to “troll” and “provoke” the USA even posting pictures of the “spies” with their families. The reports are confusing because in some cases it is not the “spy” that is shown but the spy-handler (who is American not Iranian). One can only assume that these posts are a warning because Iran knows that spies are already operating. In fact, some of these spies were arrested much earlier and we cannot help but see the aftermath of the Mossad inspired Stuxnet campaign with its targeted assassinations and spreading of the virus.
There are also MEK terrorists that have attempted to infiltrate the Iranian population for recruitment. The same MEK that Clinton took off the US terrorist list in 2012 and for whom Bolton and Guiliani gave paid speeches. MEK also organized a rally in Washington awhile back supported by prominent US politicians. MEK is the organization that Bolton wants to replace the mullahs with. Iran has problems with Mossad, the CIA and a fifth column (MEK). In all probability they are releasing pictures to send a shot across the bows. Perhaps it is propaganda, or just perhaps it is a warning….we know who you are (the handlers) and where you live (LOL).