Monday, December 31, 2007


American Enterprise Institute scholar Michael Ledeen in his recent piece:
    "Meanwhile, our neighbors to the north have no doubt about Iran's campaign against NATO forces in Afghanistan. During a Christmas visit to Canadian troops, Canada's defense minister, Peter MacKay said that weapons are flowing from Iran into the hands of Afghan insurgents, and he doesn't like it. Those Iranian-made weapons account for the bulk of Canadian deaths and casualties."
Dr. Ledeen has always been right about the Iranian mullahs. Ignoring the problem won't make it go away. Some body must take some serious actions against the clerical establishment of Iran. I have always believed that a total regime change is the only viable option left for us in Iran.

Related article on Iranian strategy in Iraq by Michael Rubin

Understanding Iranian Strategy in Afghanistan by Michael Rubin


Kafir said...

Hey Winston, what do you think of this? Is this the truth or has someone been smoking something other than tobacco in the hookah? If true, is it an indication of the regime's dissolution or solidification?

Patrick Ross said...

Is it really reasonable to surmise that Iran has taken leadership of the Islamic world when it's spent the better part of the past 30 years fighting its neighbours (in one form or another)?