The Grandiose Ayatollah Adds His Two Cents Worth to the "Hands Up Don't Shoot" Discussion
It's so amusing--in a dark, bleak way--when the leader in charge of a totalitarian country that executes people for the "crime" of being homosexual joins this sort of conversation:
Ayatollah Khamenei stressed, however, that such “police might” needs to be accompanied by “justice” and “mercy” toward the people, adding that the Islamic Republic is not after the policing style advertised in Hollywood or elsewhere in the Western societies.
Such type of police clout “will not only fail to bring about security, but leads to more insecurity,” Ayatollah Khamenei said.
The Leader also slammed the police brutality against the African-American community in the United States, saying black people in the US are subjected to “oppression” and “humiliation” by police officials, a behavior which has been behind the outbreak of social unrest in the country.
Now, that's hilarious. Given their newfound relationship, Obama should have invited The Leader to do his standup routine at that White House correspondents dinner. He would have killed!
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