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Iranian Regime Links-Up With European Far-Right.

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Far-Right Likes Iranian Theocrats; Theocrats Like Far-Right.

Hat-Tip to Enty.

From Iran en Lutte (Here)

Seyed Mehdi Miraboutalebi, l’ambassadeur de la République islamique d’Iran à Paris ne fait pas les choses à moitié. Mardi 13 avril, “pour approfondir les relations entre les deux peuples” et “parce que les médias injectent des idées préconçues dans les opinions publiques”, il s’est prêté à un jeu de questions-réponses dans un bar à vin parisien du 5e arrondissement (qui, pour l’occasion, ne servait pas d’alcool) tenu par un ex-militant du Renouveau Français (groupe pétainiste et antisémite), ex-colistier de la liste antisioniste de Dieudonné, très proche des hooligans du PSG et des ultranationalistes serbes. Bref.

Seyed Mehdi Miraboutalebi, Ambassador of the Iranian Republic in France, doesn’t do things by halves. On Tuesday the 13th of April “to deepen ties between the two peoples” and because “the media spreads preconceptions amongst public opinion” he offered himself to a question-and-answer session in a Wine Bar in the Parisian 5th arrondissement (which, for the event, served no alcohol). The bar is run by a former member of  Renouveau Français (a Petanist and anti-semitic group), a member of the Dieudonné electoral List, who is also close to the Football hooligans of PSG (paris saint-Germain), and Serbian nationalists….

This little chat was organised by the journal Flash –  the  magazine of the “altermondialiste” (anti-globalisation)  extreme-right (site here). It publishes well-known rightist racists (from a Front National background), 9/11 Truthers, and ‘identity’ theorists such as such as  Christian Bouchet, Philippe Randa, Alain Soral and Alain de Benoist (the key Intellectual of the Nouvelle Droite). Oh,  and Dieudonné.

Clearly Iran’s Islamists knows where  their real friends lie.

Written by Andrew Coates

April 15, 2010 at 3:15 pm

Posted in Fascism, Iran, Islamism

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