Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Next Four Years

I believe the pro-US democratic movement of the Iranian people can not and should not expect any assistance or aid from the administration of Obama in Washington DC. Getting this moron involved in our quest to change the Iranian regime will only strengthen the Iranian mullahs. The democratic opposition to the Iranian regime will have to tell the White House that their engagement with the regime is not welcome at all and we'd appreciate if these leftist imperialists in Washington DC stay away from our cause.

7 comments:

saggezard said...

I wonder if for the same reason HIM Reza Pahlavi has moved to France, or was he asked to leave by Obanana?

Winston said...

I seriously doubt it. After all HM Reza Pahlavi is a citizen of the US and can not be asked or forced out of the country. But he has a better media following in Europe than in the US for all I know.

Rosemary said...

The sad thing is that Akbar Ganji wouldn't talk to President Bush because he is a Republican. I think he might talk to President Obama because he is a Democrat. I wish people could just talk one another as grown men and women without the labels and prejudices. President Bush would have been very gratious and listened. What a blown opportunity. I pray everything turns out for the best.

Winston said...

Ganji turned out to be a regime mole.

Anonymous said...

Really? Reza Pahlavi is a US Citizen? Since when exactly?

saggezard said...

It is not possible for anyone to become a US citizen without relegating all allegiances to any throne or prince. I hope that is not the case.

Winston said...

I know for a fact the the United States govt accepts dual citizenship. Iran, on the other hand, does not.