Pompeo Compares Iranians President with ‘Mafia’

Pompeo Compares Iranians President with ‘Mafia’

Recently U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has been attempt controversial attack on Iranian leaders. In his speech, he compares Iranians leaders with Mafia and also said that Iranians people are not happy with no specific to rezone behind it.

Pompeo has also raised several assails on Iranian leaders in a huge conference with American-Iranian people.

As the name of those leaders is President Hassan Rouhani and Foreign Minister Javad Zarif. They are known for the negotiation of the nuclear deal. But later the U.S. withdraw them out of it.

Along with that statement, he also said “is run by something that resembles the mafia more than a government,”

Those are an extended version of communication offense between America and Iran. The solid reason for this is to stop Iran from making a nuclear weapon.

Mike Pompeo also talked about the people of Iran in the current moment. He stated that people are not quite happy in Iran.

He sums up Iranian leaders that they have so much wealth but they don’t think about their people.

As he talks further, Pompeo also mentioned political, judicial and military leaders also. According to him, they are seen openly join in corruption.

Pompeo stated, “heartlessly repressed its own people’s human rights, dignity, and fundamental freedoms”.

The U.S. is currently focusing on diplomatic and financial pressure campaign, which will allow sanction on banking and energy sector.

“And the United States under President Trump will not stay silent either. In light of these protests and 40 years of regime tyranny, I have a message for the people of Iran: The United States hears you. The United States supports you. The United States is with you”, Pompeo said.

Lastly, he stated “We are asking all nations who are sick and tired of the Islamic Republic’s destructive behavior to join our pressure campaign. This especially goes for our allies in the Middle East and Europe, whose people have been terrorized by the violent regime’s activity for decades”.

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