The question is can the people of Iran ever get their revolution right?
The fall of the Shah represented their leaning towards a more Western philosophy of society and government. The muzzies stepped into the vacuum and took over, as we have seen time and time again in the middle east.
I knew a number of Iranians during the 70’s and 80’s when I was in college. They were TO A MAN intensely interested in Western art, society, government, history, science.
The new president is quite a moderate. Trouble is, it takes millions of people to get him elected, but it only takes one bat shit crazy FN muzzie fanatic to send him to his final destination.
And I make ZERO APOLOGIES for speaking the truth about the muzzies. We ignore it at our peril.
According to news reports, he's the most moderate of the choices the voters had. So where's the logic of giving weapons to the Syrian terrorists now, just about forcing the new leader to get involved?
Oh, yeah....there is none. Unless it's our goal to put the MidEast in flames.
do not fool yourself about anyone who is allowed to lead in Iran
Khamenie also ruled during the time of slaughter under Khomenie, and NO ONE rules without his say-so
there is no such thing as a moderate Imam-sponsored candidate
It would be nice to see it happen. I have met with a lot of people from Iran. Those who have a Persian background are smart, cultural, hard working, cool headed. The Arabs are a different matter.