18 June 2013

Iran's Fanatic-in-Disguise

President Hassan Rohani in front of picture of Iran's Supreme Leader

Don't Be Fooled!

The new president of Iran, the soft-spoken mullah Hassan Rohani, is a fanatic-in-disguise.  Western leaders and media are being fooled by his smile.  He is more dangerous to the Western world than Mahmoud Ahmadinejad who looks the part of a fanatic with his villainous face and hostile ranting.

Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei calls the shots.  He is hoodwinking the West by using his presentable front-man Rohani to lessen international pressure while Iran rushes forward to develop nuclear weapons to wipe Israel off the map. 
Rohani has served for years as Khamenei’s personal representative on Iran’s Supreme National Security Council.  He was chief nuclear negotiator tasked with maintaining aimless talks with the West as a cover for Iran’s scientists racing toward creating an atomic bomb.

In ABC News interviews, Rohani revealed his anti-Semitism by blaming American Jews for the US president’s including Iran in the “axis of evil” and by showing  his admiration for Hamas when a suicide bomber murdered 30 Israelis celebrating Passover in a Netanya hotel.  Today, he continues of expresses strong support for the Bashar Assad who continues to slaughter tens of thousands of Syrians. 

In his suicide note, Rohani’s eldest son wrote to his father: "I hate your government, your lies, your corruption, your religion, your double acts and your hypocrisy."

Ahmadinejad is perfectly typecast as the treacherous fanatic that he is.  Rohani is a fanatic-in-diguise.  He is a con man who gains trust by wearing a mask of respectability as he plots his evil actions.   Don’t be fooled!     

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