Monday, July 15, 2019

Notations On Our World (Special Monday Edition): On #Syria, @realDonaldTrump & Other Thoughts....

 As a new week dawns, we have been assessing the state of our World. 82 people lost their lives in the Mediterranean on their way to Europe. The President of the United States went after four sitting members of Congress telling them to go back to their Countries--although three of them were born in the United States and one of them came to the United States at an early age. The US Border crisis continues to be a profound challenge. The Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani, came out asking for Iranians to work for free because he noted that Iran is in a state of War--and in our view, he forgot that it has been the Islamic Republic that has been the culprit. Our team will continue to assess it--as we have been on the prowl of the plight of the 14 who signed a declaration calling for Regime Change in Iran. Two of them have been detained and others have been subject to Harassment and Intimidation. 

As we went to Press, the Tehran Stock Exchange--Iran's Main Stock Exchange--suffered one of its' worst losses ever. One of the results of Iranian Policy in the Region has been the killing fields of Syria. Our team released a notation in our ordinary faces property over the week-end. We decided to headline one chapter of it here--however, we will be featuring a chapter in our Ordinary Faces property starting with Chapter 1 twice week with commentary throughout our Ordinary Faces Property as we commend the United States Holocaust Museum for the support they've extended and as we also commend the Iranian Filmmaker Maziar Bahari for his brilliant production. Mr. Bahari was detained in the aftermath of the Green Movement Protests in 2009 before being released. His predicament was the subject of a Jon Stewart Movie, Rosewater, that featured two of the leading Iranian Actresses, Shohreh Aghdashloo and Golsifteh Farahani.

A  challenging week ahead....

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