It's the kind of event that takes place in C- grade movies that usually wind up in the direct-to-DVD discount bin (and a scenario I will likely avoid given its obvious and contrived nature).
For one, the whole affair reeks of lame repetition: in a movie, a character would not say this because it's giving away the suspense instead of creating it. And let's face it, crooks don't warn their victims they're about to strike: "Hey you-- the pretty blonde. You're about to be mugged. BWAHAHA!"
Furthermore, the voice is heavily accented, almost stereotypically so. And ominous, way too much. Deep, mysterious, oozing evil-- like the creepy fairground keeper in a Scooby Doo episode.
It almost sounds like someone is pretending to be menacing. For what purpose, or who would fake it, I don't know. And if it's real, good grief. The guy's a moron.
The Iranian government says the video is fabricated to generate interest in a US invasion of Iran. The US calls Iran "a threat to world peace". Whatever it is, it's damn shoddy writing.
*Keeping my fingers crossed this situation does not lead to any more wars, regardless of who's responsible.