Although it's been awhile since someone qualified for the Title, just when you think we've finally settled into being reasonably sane, the bright light in our toilet of stupidity comes on once again, and we put forth our own example of why Darwin was right.
I present to you for your consideration (and shame), Mr. Amir Jahanchahi. Yes, he actually spells it Chahi. And you will shortly see why the metaphor of a Chah or Well applies.
He calls himself an "exiled Iranian businessman" which would mean that he was a businessman in Iran, but No, he came out in 1979 like everyone else. He became a businessman (and insane) after that. But aside from bad grammar, he is also now interested in the formation of a Green Wave (how original!) of resistance, and apparently thinks that the way to save Iran is to simply outspend the IRI.
His business according to Market Watch is apparently corporate takeovers, "...Mr Jahanchahi was instrumental in toppling an executive at Havas, the advertising group, last June. That paved the way for Vincent Bolloré, the flamboyant corporate raider, to take control." So if we assume that the IRI is merely a corporation, and Ahmdinejad and the mullahs are the CEO and Board, that makes Chahi our Trump.
The plans from his widely advertised "luxurious home" in London (did you get that IRI?), includes "flooding the country with money" to "bring this regime to its knees" and "setting up a Farsi-language radio station to broadcast into Iran".
Apparently Chahi has not seen Amirghasemi poncing about the stage, on Tapesh Satellite TV from LA.
But the most telling example of insanity is the comparison of himself to Charles De Gaulle who was also exiled in London in 1940 and spoke out against the Nazis during WWII. Because if you think about it, and know how to use Photoshop, you can easily see the similarities.
Further describing exactly how he plans to overthrow the IRI, Jahanchahi said his movement will be "…a constellation of all the Iranian opposition, not an organization or a party. I do not represent anyone. I am not Ahmed Chalabi,".
"The Iranian regime needs to be overthrown by force," he said.
Wow! You say Chahi, I say Chalabi, let's call the whole thing off…
Negah Konin, Tora beh Hazrateh Abbas! Hala Digeh az Chaleh beh "Chahi" Oftadeem!
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