reply to post by Jinni
Iran's current leader is a brilliant but maniacally egotistical crackpot.
He like the Israeli's use Religious preference as a shield. They cannot simply state policies and laws without using religion as a shield or
Yes he is a Jew hater, notoriously so. However, try taking the religion out of what he says and he makes some excellent points. Israel is in boots far
too big for it's feet.
Israel is notorious for hiding behind the Jewish faith, and those who disagree with their policies, laws and war making are immediately classified Jew
Both sides are guilty of using this tactic.
What Ahmawearingjeans (HAHAHA) has done for the Iranian people cannot be ignored. They are a proud and very passionate people who have been able to
rise above the past issues and have enjoyed successes beyond what the rest of the world ever expected for them.
And I wonder why those who would be so quick to wag that "you hate Jews" finger at people don't do the same to themselves for supporting a country
who's leaders have repeatedly stated very openly that Iran should "be wiped from the face of existence" and Jordan, and Iraq, and Afghanistan, and
90% of Saudi Arabia, and Gaza.....Israel has a HUGE hate list.
I urge everyone reading about and watching these foreign politics to make the conscious effort to remove religion from what's being said and done,
clearly the politicians over there are incapable of doing it so someone has to.
It is difficult as they have thousands of years of practice melding their policies with their religions.
It's sad that so many focus on the religion and not the actual policies and actions each government takes...believe it or not it IS possible to
separate the two.
Ahmawearingjeans is one of teh more likable nuts that Iran has had in office. He does have interest and passion for peace, but is NOT willing to be a
doormat due to political correctness. He could never be accused of being anywhere near politically correct, not could any Israeli leader.
They are both to blame for propagating the religious separations.