Everyone knows breaking old habits so hard to do. However, there are those who are into imposing their own innate habits on others which when it comes to the sane world, it is no-go from the get-go.
Take for example the new documentary “Iranuim” narrated by the Emmy-award winner Iranian actress Shohreh Aghdashloo. The film, a series of interviews, is about concerns over IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic bent on “managing the world” getting its hand on nuke weapons to load up on its long-range missiles.
It would not be an exaggerationto to say there are many Iranians as well as non-Iranians who are very concerned about the Iranian men, women and children raping, maiming, stoning and murdering messianic Islamist Rapists succeeding at their attempt in acquiring nuke weapons.
Although IRR and its stormtroopers tried hard to force Canada to ban the public showing of the “Iranium”, going as far as sending threatening letters, to its credit the Canadian government stood firm and officially informed IRR, to take a hike.
Shohreh Aghdashloo rocks as usual. Special kudos to Canada’s Minister of Heritage as well as to the minister of Immigration for facing off the Islamist bullies.