Do U.S. Presidents Differ In Their Atrocity?

Do U.S. Presidents Differ In Their Atrocity?

There was one point in the statements that the American president made in recent days: he admitted to America’s past mistakes. He admitted that the Americans made a mistake in Iran on the 28th of Mordad. He admitted that the Americans made a mistake in helping Saddam Hussein. He admitted to two, three mistakes, but he did not mention tens of others. He did not speak about the 25-year oppressive and treacherous rule of the second Pahlavi monarch. He did not speak about the many instances of torture, looting, massacre, disaster, and calamity that were caused by America. He did not speak about the destruction of the Iranian people’s dignity and America’s efforts to trample upon their domestic and foreign interests. He did not speak about the Zionists’ domination, the killing of Iranian passengers aboard a civilian airliner, shooting it down by a guided missile from a US navy vessel. I would like to offer a friendly word of advice to these excellencies: today, after the passage of many years, you acknowledge that you have made certain mistakes. I would like to say to you that you are making mistakes in the present time as well. In the present time, too, you are busy making mistakes in different places in the region and particularly towards the Islamic Republic and the people of Iran. In a few years, someone else will turn up and show you your mistakes, just as today you are admitting to the mistakes that your predecessors made. You are making mistakes as well. Therefore, you should awaken, correct your mistakes and understand the truth. You are making grave mistakes in the region.
Source: english.khamenei.ir






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