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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

U.S. contacted Iran's ayatollah before election

Adding fresh evidence - via the Washington Times - that Team Obama desires the continued existence of the current Iranian regime, the President sent a letter to the

…country's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, calling for an improvement in relations, according to interviews and the leader himself.

An Iranian with knowledge of the overture, however, told The Washington Times that the letter was sent between May 4 and May 10 and laid out the prospect of "cooperation in regional and bilateral relations" and a resolution of the dispute over Iran's nuclear program.

You can imagine the dismay of Team Obama when the Iranian people rose up in protest against the fraudulent election and threatened to topple the dictatorship of the mullahs. Events and pictures of the beatings and deaths have forced Obama to come out with statements condemning the violence, but never the theocracy which actually rules the country.

As I have said before, Obama is objectively on the side of the people who are murdering Iranian women and students, believing that he can strike a deal with the mullahs in exchange for the end of ostracism of Iran. The revolution puts that effort in doubt. But it will get no help from Obama.

1 comment:

thisishabitforming said...

I have heard that Obama is popular in Iran. I wondered why until I thought that when the Iranians heard Barack Obama campaign on Hope and Change, it sounded good them. But Hope and Change in Iran has a whole different meaning than Hope and Change in America. Unfortunately for Iranians, Obama wasn't looking to give them more freedom, he just wanted to sit down with their oppressors and wow them with his charm.