Monsters Inc.

29 June 2005

These days the hard liners, who believe in more social limitation and stricter foreign policy, cannot hide their happiness for the election of the new president of their kind. Rumours are everywhere anticipating the upcoming retreat to the atmosphere of early revolution. Ahmadi Nejad himself vowed for a moderate government in his news conference but his supporters are insisting that it is time to get back to principals!

Frightening people looks adorable to them, as it seems. Having foreign enemies for defending them we should stay united (that mean shut up if you have something to say against us otherwise you are a spy). They need enemies to survive. Suppose if one day we make peace with the US, many of them have little to say in their speeches. I hope they discover one day that bringing peace and letting other ideas to talk happily can make a better world firstly for them, themselves. They are humans anyway. Oil is in price peak so I hope they can make some economic difference as they claimed in their campaign.

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