Not all Iranians are brutally repressive Islamic barbarians — but the ones running the government are. Similarly, not all Americans are contemptible ideologically deranged traitors — but the ones running the government are. Although Iran (a.k.a. Persia) has been a rival of the West since the days of Leonidas, those two governments now work together toward a common goal:
An Iranian journalist who defected from his country while covering its ongoing nuclear talks has revealed startling information regarding America’s position at the negotiating table.
Amir Hossein Motaghi, who reportedly was employed at Iran’s state-run Iran Student Correspondents Association, told a London-based Iranian opposition channel that the U.S. was shilling for Iran in the ongoing negotiations over the regime’s nuclear weapons program.
“The US negotiating team are mainly there to speak on Iran’s behalf with other members of the 5+1 countries and convince them of a deal,” Mottaghi told Irane Farda, according to UK’s The Telegraph.
A common impression has been confirmed.
[Mottaghi] is now seeking political asylum in Switzerland, after utilizing his opportunity to cover the talks in order to flee his home country. …
“My conscience would not allow me to carry out my profession anymore,” Motaghi said of his frustration working under the Iranian regime’s strict controls. He added that there was no “sense” in becoming a journalist in Iran because he only wrote whatever information was fed to him.
You can see why Motaghi chose not to defect to the USA. What would be the point?