Imagine the Rest of the World, Which has Been Dominated for Decades by the US Military, Watching This

I just thought you might want to know what the President of Iran is saying about the storming of the Capitol on Wednesday by patriotic Americans.

He’s apparently a Joe Biden supporter.


The Iranian president has said that the storming of the US Capitol building by supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump demonstrates how weak Western democracy is.

Speaking on Thursday, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani took a swipe at the democracies of the West, adding that future American leaders should learn from what happened on Wednesday when violent protests on Capitol Hill saw four people die.

“What we saw in the United States… shows above all how fragile and vulnerable Western democracy is,” Rouhani said as cited by local media.

“We saw that unfortunately the ground is fertile for populism, despite the advances in science and industry.”

I don’t really know what that means, and I can’t say I care very much.

But it is interesting to imagine the rest of the world, which has for so long been dominated by the American military, watching the events of January 6.

It is actually hilarious to think about how much more stable a country like Iran is, socially and politically, than the United States.

The United States is officially ungovernable. The only possible way that the Democrats, who now officially have complete control of the country, are going to be able to operate at all is through brutality.

Typically, when a nation has to resort to brutality to keep its own people from rising up, it’s not really going to last very much longer.

Of course, the plan here is to dissolve the United States as a nation into the global world order, under a world governmental system. So it doesn’t particularly matter to the people making the decisions if America technically collapses, because all of the American institutions are simply going to be directly and flawlessly integrated into this new global order.