To get a good look at the Iranian Revolution of 1979, during which many, if not most, of its current political stances were developed, I highly recommend the book Shah of Shahs by Ryszard Kapuścinski (original title: Szachinszach). Kapuścinski was there at the time of the revolution. From reading it, I can see why the Iranians overthrew the Shah, he was a puppet of the West and promoted decadence and all sorts of shit. The current Iranian state may have its faults, but take note: they are a different culture than Slavs so we will always find them a little "weird" and, most important, current Islamic Republic of Iran is not part of the NWO/USA/Zionist circle jerk. For this, I give them credit.

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