By Amil Imani:
The 40th anniversary of the Islamic invasion was held at the residence of the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Stockholm along with numerous Swedish dignitaries, foreign ambassadors and diplomats. The Swedish Foreign Trade Minister Linde, who is at the same time the co-chair of the Joint Commission of the two countries, on behalf of the Swedish government conveyed, a congratulatory speech to the Islamic Republic’s ambassador.
She stated, “I would like to express my appreciation for the opportunity and with Sweden’s Prime Minister Stefan Levan, who visited Iran two years ago,” This unique trip was accompanied by a large Swedish delegation that had discussions with the Islamic Republic officials in their talks in Tehran, and these distinct discussions and meetings continue to be based on the will and interests of both nations.
She then stated this widespread history of trade with the Islamic Republic has brought the two countries closer together. It was also mentioned that foreign actors face some problems once again in the continuation of their trade relationship with Iran, and this is very unfortunate because of the re-imposition of sanctions by the US, against Iran.
Before the speech with the Swedish Foreign Trade Minister, Ambassador Rasul Mohajer, described the achievements of the Islamic Republic of Iran over the past 40 years and stated the American withdrawal from the “Iran Nuclear Deal” was completely unlawful, arrogant and a cruel act that, in the aftermath of previous interventions of US hostilities against the nation of Iran, including the infamous 1953 coup of Iran. The Islamic Republic mouthpiece ambassador spewed once again remarked that Iran, with its unparalleled action, not with words but with a great many appearances and sacrifices. Iran has experienced and confronted terrorists against its interests in that region for so many years.
The Islamic Republic of Iran, on the one hand, completely fails to mention that in the last four decades, it has also managed to produce more hunger, more anger, more frustration, more prostitution at a record pace, more drug addiction beyond control and more child executions without any regard to international human rights. Prosecution and imprisonment of innocent people and the systematic and illegal abuse of detainees and hundreds of gruesome acts of torture and rape in prisons have skyrocketed. Tens of thousands of innocent people have been massacred by this regime. Meanwhile, the United Nations and European countries such as Sweden stand still and watch without so much of a shrug of their collective shoulders.
The Islamic Republic years, ago started a nuclear program, not for peaceful purposes, as they claim, but only to strengthen their position in the region and prolong their existence long enough to get their hands on the bloody bomb so that they can feel invincible. What is the probability that the ruling Mullahs will use the bomb? If they stay in power long enough to have it, they are very likely going to use it, in one form or another. At the very least, they will use it for blackmail and intimidation in the region. Not even an all-out nuclear exchange can be ruled out. Islam is a religion centered on death with faithful eyes fixed on the afterlife and its promised eternal pleasures.
The EU’s cowardly reaction contrasts with the strong response from the United States. Lawmakers from the Left and Right of the political spectrum – everyone from President Donald Trump and Sen. Marco Rubio to Senators. Bernie Sanders and Bob Menendez responded to the call for freedom in Iran.
Meanwhile, Sweden’s representative to the United Nations put it bluntly, after the US had called for an emergency session in the Security Council. “Human rights violations in Iran must be separated from [the nuclear deal],” he said.
Compromised by the prospect of lucrative business deals with Iran and the delusion that President Rouhani is an agent of change, Europe has lost its way. Instead of safeguarding the Iranian people, they protected the nuclear accord and boycotted efforts by the Trump administration to hold the regime in Tehran accountable for its unspeakable crimes.
It is not without reason that protesters across Iran call for an end to the mullah’s military adventurism and sponsorship of terrorism. “We don’t want the Islamic Republic,” they chant. “Leave Syria, leave Gaza, leave Lebanon.” They fight a regime that asserts theocratic domination through worldwide terrorist cells and hegemonic wars in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Yemen without any regard for losses. The Swedish government now has blood on their hands.
“Gang-related gun murders , now mainly a phenomenon among men with immigrant backgrounds in the country’s parallel societies, increased from 4 per year in the early 1990s to around 40 last year. Because of this, Sweden has gone from being a low-crime country to having homicide rates significantly above the Western European average. Social unrest, with car torchings, attacks on first responders and even riots, is a recurring phenomenon.”
The EU’s unwillingness to stand with the freedom loving people of Iran and clip the wings of Islamist terrorists, makes America’s leadership that much more critical. This is not the first time since the election of President Trump, that Washington has been at odds with European governments who appear on the verge of obliteration by their own self-inflicted wounds of massive Islamic migration.
“Forty years after the Swedish parliament unanimously decided to change the formerly homogenous Sweden into a multicultural country, violent crime has increased by 300% and rapes by 1,472%. Sweden is now number one or two on the list of rape countries, surpassed only by Lesotho in South Africa.” Significantly, the report does not touch on the background of the rapists. One should, however, keep in mind that in statistics, second-generation immigrants are counted as Swedes.” It appears Sweden is on a culturally suicidal path.
Warning: The Islamic Republic is on its last legs. The EU should think prudently and stand on the side of the Iranian people. Keep in mind, we Iranians don’t forget our friends and we also remember our enemies.
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