On May the 26th. David Miliban, Britain’s Foreign Secretary published an article in the New York Times on IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic’s illegal nuke program and the ways of dealing with it.
Although in limiting the menace of IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic to its weaponized nuke adventurism the write-up is representative of the continuation of shortsightedness by the sane world, elsewhere in the article it also reveals a welcomed major shift of understanding by the sane world.
Here is the passage in which a clear distinction is made between Iran and IRR:
“One Iran is seen in a highly educated, entrepreneurial people, with a celebrated culture and civilization. That Iran exists in diasporas around the world, but is also clearly present among those in Iran demanding a right to have a say in the future of their country.
Then there is an Iran whose economy is a mess. Despite sitting on the world’s second largest gas reserves, it imports gas. Corruption is rife — Transparency International ranks Iran 168 out of 180 countries. According to the I.M.F. it has the highest brain drain in the world. This Iran destabilizes its neighborhood by supporting terrorism; isolates itself from international cooperation on Afghanistan; rants about the destruction of Israel and suggests that U.S. support for a devastated Haiti is a ploy to invade it. This Iran restricts access by its educated citizenry to international media for fear of what they might learn.
The regime deliberately confuses these Irans.”
Tomorrow is the anniversary of the Referendum which established IRR as the legitimate representative of the Iranian people. After thirty years and so much evidence testifying to the loss of that short lived legitimacy, it is time for the sane world to also stop the deliberate confusion between the people of Iran and their nemesis IRR.
Negotiation with the illegitimate representatives of Iranian people will never produce any legitimate outcome; it is time to help Iranian people to overthrow this beacon of Islamist menaces.
Subscribe to The Iranian newsletter
Sign up for our daily newsletter to get the top news stories delivered to your inbox.