Rotten seed

by Fred

No matter how you slice it or dice it, there is no getting around the fact that things in IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic have hit the fan.

The time when the Islamists/Anti-Semites and their likeminded lefty allies could through playing on words and emotions portray IRR as a viable system in transition to an “indigenous” democracy is long gone. There is no denying the fact that the system is rotten to the core and no reformation can bring health to a rotten seed.

It is time to openly, calmly and determinedly discuss how best to effectuate regime change In Iran which will undoubtedly have positive reverberating consequences for the entire Middle East reign and the world..


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Irani Irani,

As far as depriving the Islamist Rapists of the proceeds from the sale of blood oil which finances their repression, weaponized nuke and international terrorism, I am with you.

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