Will the U.S. and Iran fight over the Strait of Hormuz?

In the Situation in the Middle East, the United States has a new move, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff recently said Dunford, the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, to form a so-called military alliance with his allies to ensure the so-called “freedom of navigation” in the Straits of Hormuz and Mande. Despite the lukewarm reaction from his allies, the U.S. military’s decision is reminiscent of the so-called “coalition of would-be” on the eve of the Iraq war. Re-establishment of a military alliance, the U. S. military action for what?

Will the U.S. and Iran fight over the Strait of Hormuz?

In the middle of the Situation in the Middle East, the United States has a new move, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff recently said Dunford, the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, to form a so-called military alliance with his allies to ensure the so-called “freedom of navigation” in the Straits of Hormuz and Mande. Despite the lukewarm reaction from his allies, the U.S. military’s decision is reminiscent of the so-called “coalition of would-be” on the eve of the Iraq war. Re-establishment of a military alliance, the U. S. military action for what?

According to reports, the plan was only recently confirmed, the United States will be in addition to the coalition to provide amphibious command ships, will also lead the patrol operation. In principle, merchant ships from allies are escorted by their own ships, while the U.S. military is responsible for command, surveillance and intelligence gathering. Dunford said the U.S. has asked several countries if they support the initiative, but he did not specify which countries. It has only expressed the wish to identify coalition members within two weeks and to consult on specific task-specific sharing. Earlier, Iran’s parliamentary bureau member Hashmi told Iranian media that the parliament is in the process of collecting a “toll” in the Strait of Hormuz, the purpose is to compensate Iran for efforts to protect the security of the Strait of Hormuz. Iran’s Snim news agency quoted Iranian Revolutionary Guard Commander Najat as saying, “The United States is well aware of the consequences of a military confrontation with Iran, the U.S. base is within range of our missiles, and if they make a mistake, our missiles will destroy their aircraft carriers.”

Military expert “Du Wenlong” believes that the alliance is probably two tactics, the first called arson tactics, the second called wheel tactics. If the fire is brought infinitely close to dry wood at this moment, the whole fire will get out of control. If so many countries have such a strong formation in the narrow air and sea, and escort, friction with Iran’s military capabilities at sea, including the air, is growing. Once the gun fire, the local “little Mars” will soon become the “fire of the original.” So there is a lot of uncertainty in the Middle East. The second is wheel tactics, for example, with the wheel repeatedly to squeeze a target, there is always a place to step on the pain, there is always a place to press to the pain. So many countries are not the same will, the policy is not the same, the relationship with Iran is not the same, and the sea this kind of grievance sinuity is not the same, in case at which point there is such a problem, then its so-called grievances, hatred, including other strategic confrontation, can show a conflict. Presumably the United States is looking forward to this time. And it must be a squeeze. If it’s a country, what if it wants me to hit someone else? If I had such a large-scale stand-off with Iran, with Iran’s air and sea capabilities, ballistic missile capabilities and cruise missile capabilities, i would have been paralysed. If other countries join in, then will it fight? So I have allies to be able to support, to be beaten, but your fists are limited, your strength is limited, and you may be punching each person. If you’re all hiding behind, just hit me, maybe ten punches and it’s still exciting.So that’s what the U.S. wants.

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