Iran lobby enraged at France, reminds freedom fries episodeNov 9th, 2013
Hassan Dai, 9 November 2013
As the nuclear talks in Geneva fail, France and its foreign minister Laurent Fabius are being vehemently attacked by the Iranian regime press for being Netanyahu’s puppet and blocking a deal that could have been more favorable to Tehran.
In Washington, pro-Tehran lobbyists and pundits have also started a campaign of slander and insult against France and Fabius. And once again, Trita Parsi the president of NIAC, leads this pro-regime campaign. The government press in Tehran calls NIAC the “Iran lobby in US.”
In his twitter, Parsi called Fabius an anti-Iranian racist and wrote that France does not deserve to be in UN Security Council and is a weak country that sells itself to the highest bidder (Israel)
Parsi’s attack against France is a reminder of 2003 when his boss, the corrupted Congressman Bob Ney changed French fries to freedom fries simply because France opposed George Bush’s plan to invade Iraq. (See documents about Parsi and Ney relation)