On Tuesday evening, I had the opportunity to see Iranium, a documentary about the Iranian regime and its apocalyptic intentions towards the United States, Israel and the entire world.
Should this documentary come to your community please take an hour out of your life to see it. If it doesn’t come to your community then you can watch it online here for a limited time. You can also order the film on DVD. Iranium features amongst others former UN Ambassador John Bolton, Cliff May and Professor Bernard Lewis.
Make no mistake. This isn’t light entertainment. It is very sobering. Yet it is a story that must be told. I get the sense that while many people understand the Iranian regime is brutal to its own people. However, I also get the sense a lot of people don’t think Ahmadinejad and the Mullahs are actually prepared to use nuclear weapons against Israel, the United States or anyone else. If Iranium doesn’t convince you of the evil the Iranian regime then nothing will.
For their part, the Iranian regime is spooked about this film. Last month, I wrote about how the Iranian regime tried to prevent Iranium from being shown in Canada. What the Iranians didn’t count on was the intervention of James Moore, the Minister of Canadian Heritage, who ordered the National Library and Archives of Canada to show the film. While at tonight’s screening I learned that Iranium was shown in Ottawa this past Sunday to a capacity crowd.
Following the screening, we heard from two Iranian exiles – Siavash Sartipi and Parya Ahangari. Both are involved with the Confederation of Iranian Students. During the Q&A, I asked Sartipi if he was perplexed and puzzled that the Obama Administration seems to want regime change in Egypt but not in Iran. Sartipi replied that he was perplexed and puzzled as to why Obama is not prepared to “meddle” in Iran but prepared to do so in Egypt. He certainly isn’t the only one.
I’ll say it once more. Please see Iranium.
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