Monday, November 22, 2010
The Iranian regime is like a rejected tumor within the global community's body. It is like an unwanted cell. Every one tends to reject the regime one way or another. The regime has been able to maintain limited relations with third world despots holding on to hellholes like China, Zimbabwe, Venezuela and Syria et al. This rapist regime has no international legitimacy. Were the rest of the world to stop dealing with the murderers of Tehran, the regime could fall quicker than one might think. So, today the tiny African country of "Gambia" suspends all diplomatic and economic relations with the regime. I am shocked! Isn't it pathetic that a tiny African country with virtually no serious global power or outreach can do what the rest of world is unwilling to do?