"The Iranian people are dying of hunger", said a poor weeping girl who jumped on President Ahmedi Naiad's car, during his visit to one of the villages, but in spite of this the Iranian government is spending millions of dollars to set fires in one place, instigate seditions in others or support a criminal regime, which even Netanyahu is disgusted by its crimes.
The brutal regime in Syria had really collapsed months ago, because Syria is a bankrupted state, life in it is disrupted and most of the people refuse this repressive regime, while it has no chance to retreat.
It is only a matter of a short time and it will collapse like the regimes in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen, God willing. Its killing of more innocent people doesn't serve the purpose of anyone and achieves no goals. It is only hurting the victims and their families to no avail, however it shows the hatred and brutality of this criminal regime and its followers.
The support of Iran to this criminal regime will only lead to its bankruptcy, and the collapse of its economy after the collapse of its credibility. It is an issue that will sooner or later lead to a new revolution in Iran itself.
The people who led a revolution against the Iranian regime's policies, will find itself forced to lead another revolution that is not aroused by the sectarianism or ideology, but will be stirred up by hunger and suppression as it had moved before the Tunisian, Egyptian, Libyan and Yemeni people. It is the cycle of life.
Iran had exhausted all its capacities in supporting the rebel movements in various countries around the world, which are now adding extra burden to its already weak economy, and betting on this regime which has an expansion agenda, is a losing bet at all costs.
The world is no longer an appropriate place for colonial expansion since the death of Hitler, and what Iran is doing is only a useless futile political play, which will only lead to more agony to the Iranians, before the others and cause the loss of more victims of this ideological madness.
The factual analytic reading shows clearly the collapse of the expansive regime in Iran, because the size of the challenges that the regime is trying to control and put out has exceeded its capacity and is on the verge of explosion.