Germany Is Threatening Iran

And the mullahs are shaking in their, you know, whatever it is mullah’s wear on their feet.

Iran

When German tough guy foreign minister Heiko Maas talks, especially when he’s angwry, people listen. He and tough guy China Joe will most certainly compliment each other when it comes to negotiating with those fun-loving Iranians. Nobody else will. Compliment them, I mean. Especially once the negotiations are over.

Tehran ‘playing with fire’ says German Foreign Minister – Speaking ahead of meetings to salvage a deal limiting Iran’s nuclear program, Heiko Maas said Tehran had “not been pushing for reduced tensions, but for escalation.”

Ahead of the talks, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said that Iran was “playing with fire,” and that its most recent steps risked discouraging the US from returning to the so-called “Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action” (JCPoA).

Practice Your German Tonight

And your Cold War attitudes from the 80s, while you’re at it. Looks like we might be needing them again.

Deutschland 83

“Deutschland 83” premieres 11 p.m. Wednesday on SundanceTV.

SundanceTV’s “Deutschland 83” is the first German-language series ever broadcast on a U.S. network. The eight-part fictional spy thriller is set in 1983, when the then-split Germany was the hot spot for escalating nuclear tensions between NATO and the Soviet Union.

Vladimir Putin: “More than 40 new intercontinental ballistic missiles able to overcome even the most technically advanced anti-missile defense systems will be added to the make-up of the nuclear arsenal this year.”