by Yaasi

This poor guy can't even pronounce the word properly let alone being a spy for the Brits or Americans.  This is pathetic and really shameful.  I wonder if anyone with a sane mind would believe such a feeble and dismal show.  We really should think of something to do, but what? US government or UN or EU none of them care enough to face this callous government.  I wonder whatever happened to the Human Rights.  If memories serve correctly during the Shah regime everything was about the Human Rights issue in Iran and now !!!!!!!!!!!!

I guess the only thing we can do is to rise on the day that "He the Monkey" arrives in New York and welocme him or rather Un-Welcome him in every cities in US.

It really broke my heart just watching this video, he is so young and so innocent, and it is clearly obvious that he was taught and forced to repeat those obvious lies. 

Shame on You ALI KHAMENEI...............


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when Iranian students, mislead by the promise of democracy and "better days", proteted feverishly in the streets of DC in search of human rights for Iran. These were the days that preceeded the 1979 come-to-a-screeching-halt-for-progress-in-Iran events or the 2nd Ghadesiyeh!

For 30 years after that we heard nothing. The `Establishment` and western media's portrayal of Iran's Islamic Revolution has been that Khomeini's revolt was spontaneous and populist, and that it overthrew a repressive dictatorship that was hated by the people and supported wholeheartedly by the United States. But what is not reported is that prior to the British-sponsored massive public relations campaign on behalf of the Ayatollah, the government of the Shah was in general, supported by the vast majority of the population.

Now, 30 years later, when people have basically had enough of the lies, murders, hangings, repression, inflation and the hardship imposed on them by this anti nationalist regime, the western media is all of a sudden in a reporting mood. I guess Iranians cries are now loud enough to even be heard by those who has chosen to ignore them for all thes eyears.

NO COUNTRY or leadership has yet denounced the illigitimate and murderous raprist regime that has now truly shown its face to everyone on the planet. That is a major problem for all freedom lovers in Iran and abroad.