Something absolutely incredible is happening in the Persian nation of Iran, and much of the world is getting the story dead wrong.
The people of Iran have determined that it is time for their current government to be dissolved. Outsider opinions to the contrary mustn’t be taken literally, either, given that these people have lived through the corruption, poverty, and oppression of the Islamic theocracy for decades. Iran, a once-modern utopia in the orthodox Middle East, was quickly blasted back into the dark ages of oppressive religious rule during the Islamic revolution of 1979. Gone were the mini skirts, replaced by the quintessential symbol of institutional inequality – the burqa.
Now, nearly 40 years later, Iran is ready to once again stand side by side with first world nations, and the people are rising up against their cruel and crooked Muslim theocracy.
Much of the world is not ready for a free Iran, given their personal interests in the highly suspect government. That’s where U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, comes in to set the record straight.
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“U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley made a statement on the uprising in Iran on Tuesday, giving strong support to the ‘brave people of Iran’ and dismissing as ‘complete nonsense’ the Iranian regime’s excuses for a crackdown.
“’Nowhere is the urgency of peace, security, and freedom being more tested than in Iran,’ Haley declared:
“’Now the Iranian dictatorship is trying to do what it always does, which is to say that the protests were designed by Iran’s enemies. We all know that’s complete nonsense,’ she scoffed. ‘The demonstrations are completely spontaneous. They are virtually in every city in Iran. This is the precise picture of a long-oppressed people rising up against their dictators.’
“’The international community has a role to play on this,’ Haley urged. ‘The freedoms that are enshrined in the United Nations charter are under attack in Iran. Dozens have already been killed. Hundreds have been arrested.’”
Haley also employed a bit of international reverse psychology, by reminding the world that Iran’s historical reaction to such uprisings have been harsh at best, and incredibly devious human rights abuses at best. This taunt will remind the Iranian Islamic regime that the world is watching and has been watching for some time.
President Trump has also chimed in on the Iranian situation over the course of the last few days, demonstrating his support for the plight of the Persian people, and doubly reminding the nation that the United States is keeping an eye on them.