Western lefties have a long history of clinging to every totalitarian revolution, from the Soviet Union to the Islamic theocracy in Iran, long after their own populations and even the children and grandchildren of the elites have turned on them.
The only people who still believe in Cuba’s dictatorship can be found, not in Havana, but in Hollywood. And the only people who still believe in Islamic theocracy can be found in Washington D.C.
Hassan Khomeyni, the grandson of Ayatollah Rouhollah Khomeini (Khomeyni), the man who founded the Islamic Republic in 1979, says there is no guarantee that clerical rule can continue in Iran.
In a sign of disillusionment and an unprecedented criticism of the political system in Iran, Hassan Khomeini said: “Continuous fragmentation of society; spreading hatred, grudge, hypocrisy, double standards and dishonesty is a bad sign for the government.”
Speaking at Khomeyni’s former residence in Tehran on Saturday December 29, the young Khomeini, also a cleric, said “Nothing should be imposed on the people in the Iranian society.”
The remarks by Khomeini’s grandson came two days after the daughter of former President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani lashed out at the Islamic Republic and President Hassan Rouhani for their inefficiency.
“It is likely that the physical decline of the regime also could happen,” adding that “although the Islamic Republic is deep rooted, its owes its strength mainly to intimidation and terror.”
Meanwhile John Kerry and the Washington Post cling to the Islamic terror state in Iran, which is still in power in great part thanks to the illegal aid provided by Barack Obama. And the media can’t stop weeping for Sunni Jihadists like Jamal Khashoggi.
The Berlin Wall didn’t need to fall in Germany. Islamic theocracy doesn’t need to be defeated in Iran.
It’s clearer than ever that tyranny needs to fall in America, especially its deep embedded base of support in the media.