The infamous Zionist spy Chekov has gotten at least one Iranian, most probably many more, in deep trouble.
Last week at the Oslo Freedom Forum, Maziar Bahari, the victim of the Zionist spy Chekov recounted his ordeal.
Bahari was mentally and physically tortured, spent 118 days in prison, 107 of them in solitary confinement:
"I would like to stress the anti-Semitism — wacky or not — of the Iranian regime. I was accused of being in touch with a Zionist spy named Anton Chekov. Yes, the 19th-century Russian playwright.
I was asked to write down the name of every Jewish person I had ever met in my life. Actually, they asked me to write down the names of ‘Jewish elements,’ because for them there are no Jewish people, just ‘Jewish elements.”
The problem was, Bahari was a member of a Chekov group on Facebook.
I like to take this opportunity to remind all those who are holding their breath for the anti-Semitic, expansionist and warmongering Islamist fascists to reform, it ain’t gonna happen, exhale.
Airtight sanctions - which includes oil - a la against the despicable South Africa apartheid, works. U.S. lawmakers get to it.