"Iran's Military Fleet is Approaching United States Maritime Borders": Iranian Fleet Commander

Kerry's negotiations with Iran are going really well

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Looks like Kerry's negotiations with Iran are going really well. When the weaker party begins trying to militarily intimidate the other party, it's usually a sign that a diplomatic breakthrough is at hand.

And by diplomatic breakthrough, I mean absolute collapse. Iran has stepped up its provocations to slapping the US around just to humiliate Obama and Kerry.

A senior Iranian naval commander says his country has sent several warships to the Atlantic Ocean, close to U.S. maritime borders for the first time.

The commander of Iran's Northern Navy Fleet, Admiral Afshin Rezayee Haddad, is quoted by the official IRNA news agency as saying Saturday that the vessels have already begun the journey to the Atlantic Ocean via waters near South Africa.

"Iran's military fleet is approaching the United States' maritime borders, and this move has a message," Haddad reportedly said, according to Fars, a semi-official Iranian news agency.

Don't worry, I'm sure Kerry won't get the message. He never has before.

Haddad says the fleet is approaching U.S. maritime borders for the first time. The Islamic Republic considers the move as a response to U.S. naval deployments near its own coastlines. The U.S. Navy's 5th fleet is based in nearby Bahrain -- across the gulf from Iran.

In 2012, Iran said it aims to put warships in international waters off the U.S. coast within the next few years, and extend its reach as far as Antarctica.

Can't see any reason why a terrorist state with submarines and nuclear weapons nosing around US borders would be a problem.