He emerged in Washington D.C last week after spending 10 months on the run inside of Iran and for those who have similar experience, being on the run in Iran is horrifying and a terrible experience.
Now another story about him surfaces on Times Online:
- In Iran, Bush is regarded as a liberator, Fakhravar said. “People are afraid to express what is in their hearts, but in small, private gatherings, they see him as a saviour.”
- Fakhravar believes dialogue with Iran is useless. “The regime wants to have a nuclear bomb so it can wipe out a country it doesn’t like,” he said. “We don’t understand why the rest of the world doesn’t understand this.”
Frankly, the majority of Iranians are pro-Bush, pro-America folks and, the image of Iran we see on CNN or CBC .... etc is not what it really is. Majority of Iranian people want to be free and need help to get rid of the current regime.
Yep, I also believe the United States is the only trusted viable force for change in Iran.