Then, I read a remark from Rudy Giuliani praising the Iranian opposition terrorist group MEK for assassinating Iran’s nuclear scientists. Such a remark just reminded me of the present attitude toward Iran among the conservatives in the US. On the other hand, I watched the week’s celebration of Iran’s 33rd anniversary of Islamic revolution when pro-government rhetoric repeated the same usual anti-west slogans.
But thank God, just as I could no longer take the hatred tossed about between Iran, the U.S., and Israel, Iran proved to me that it never fails to make me laugh: I read that an Iranian company claims to have sent a pink replica of the U.S. drone to president Obama.
According to Reuters, Seyyed Saeed Hassanpour, the head of the cultural department of the Aaye Company which produces these toy drones, claimed this gesture means that the two countries could solve their problems in a friendly and peaceful manner.
Just imagine — wouldn’t it be great if countries fought each other with toy guns? And that’s how I heart Iran, where at the end of the day, funny politics and laughter replace all the hatred, threats, and even the bad economy.
The toy model of US drone, in different colors.