Poor Iranian Citizens, Do You Know Who Has The "Stuff"? It's Your Charlatan Imam Khameini With His Personal Bank Account Of $95 Billion+ - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Lavi - Seattle
    • 06.02.14 | 20:51 (IST)

    ... and counting. And before him it was your lying Imam Khomeini with his schlock propaganda about sharing all the great Iranian national wealth with his people when he arrived from exile. Instead it was a brutal power grab on the Regime's part and a total confiscation of your collective national wealth for the Regime's asinine political agenda. How many residents of Bam would have liked some of that cement and reinforcing steel that went into the Regime's dual-use nuclear program buried deep underground to instead make their abodes more seismically prepared for earthquakes? All of them! Over 30,000 people perished unnecessarily in that natural disaster.

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    First published 17:18 06.02.14 | Last updated 17:18 06.02.14
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