Inside Iran’s underground Bond villain bunker ‘Missile City’ where rockets are prepared to strike the West

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IRAN has released a video showcasing an underground missile lair where it is able to deploy ballistic missiles at short notice.

The footage of the subterranean facility was broadcast on Iranian TV but its likely audience is military bosses in the West amid rising tensions.

Here a missile is seen readying to launch out of the underground base
Here a missile is seen readying to launch out of the underground base
The missile can be seen rising out of the launch room
The missile can be seen rising out of the launch room
Here the missiles can be seen in storage, ready for use
Here the missiles can be seen in storage, ready for use
The warheads are then brought in ready to fix on to the missiles
The warheads are then brought in ready to fix on to the missiles

The video shows a cavernous base made of reinforced concrete which is deep below the crust of the Earth — presumably designed to evade bunker-busting bombs. 

The whole facility is something straight out of a Bond film.

But in this case the “villains” are all too real and it’s feared so are their weapons of war. 

At the entrance of the extensive tunnel network are posters of the Islamic Republic’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and President Hassan Rouhani.

The video then shows a number of missile components appearing to belong to the Qiam-1 ballistic missile system, which has a range of about 400 miles.

The regime’s henchmen are then seen assembling them in one of the underground base’s launch room.

Once fitted together, the missile is launched and is seen soaring skywards.

With rising tensions between the US and Iran, this propaganda production is a clear message that Tehran is ready to fight a regional war with a formidable arsenal. 

IRAN SNUBS PEACE TALKS

Just yesterday Ayatollah  Khamenei said yesterday that negotiating with the US about its military capabilities would bring nothing but harm.

Trump arrived today  in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he is expected to discuss his administration’s efforts to boost defence spending and address threats from Iran.

In recent weeks, war fears have grown in the Persian Gulf as the US beefed up its military presence in the Gulf in response to a still-unexplained threat from Iran.


 

The US also has accused Iran of being behind a string of incidents, including alleged sabotage of oil tankers off the coast of the United Arab Emirates and a rocket that landed near the US Embassy in Baghdad, while Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi rebels have launched a string of drone attacks targeting Saudi Arabia.

Iran in turn has announced it is quadrupling its production capacity of low-enriched uranium, making it likely the country will soon exceed stockpile limits set by the nuclear accord.

Iran also gave Europe a July 7 deadline to set new terms for a nuclear deal or it will enrich uranium at higher levels, closer to weapons grade.

The entrance to the secret subterranean weapons lair
The entrance to the secret subterranean weapons lair

The sheer scale of the place is evidentThe sheer scale of the place is evident

 

The propaganda video is clearly a show of power

The propaganda video is clearly a show of power

This map shows pro and anti Iran Middle Eastern nations as well as those who could side either way
This map shows pro and anti Iran Middle Eastern nations as well as those who could side either way

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