Larijani and Judicial power
The Iranians are even less likely to build an opposition power to the ayatollahs that a simpleton has the possibility to run the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
The judicial power is run by one Ayatollah Sadegh Larijani. His brother, Ali Larijani is no other than the speaker of the Parliament (Majless).
Among all the rags published in Iran, one is the herald of the judicial power, Hemayat paper. This power that enforces the Iranian Revolutionary dogma, has nothing to do with justice/fair trials/arrested and prisoner’s rights. Its main craft is the tracking the imaginary enemies of the Iranian theocracy, oiling the executions machinery, keeping the arrested uncharged in solitary confinement, hiding the dual-nationals in remote provincial prisons and holding monkey trials in which the judges and prosecutors are his in-laws and the defence lawyer has no proper access to the case/evidence and often ends up in jail too.
This Sadegh Larijani, in line with other Iranian officials, such as the president Hassan Rouhani, declared:
“The great ideas of Imam Khomeini must be presented as models to the world”.
We wish the rest of the world good luck, if this ever happened: there would be no music, no art, no festive parties. Millions of books would be burned. The history would be rewritten to fit the thoughts of regional and national despots in which the Islamist assassins are the heroes. People would be hanged, stoned or flogged. We would have to know the Koran by heart to become a professional in any domain, even building a dam. And women in all this? Such a small matter…
After all, the Iranians have found these things to their tastes for the last forty years. The Khomeini’s legacy runs the country. They have built their life in a cloud of lies and corruption, called complaisance. Those who hated the legacy have taken refuge abroad, where the Iranian theocracy dreams of enforcing it.
Larijani’s much extended family will run the Iranian judicial power and the Iranian affairs for the heirs of Khomeini for many years to come.
Too bad that the Iranians are even less likely to build an opposition power to the ayatollahs that a simpleton has the possibility to run the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
The media, including those published in the most democratic parts of the world, told us that elections of the “moderate president” Hassan Rouhani and later the parliamentary “reformists” deputies will open Iran to the world. Ridiculous.