Protests in Iran could lead to a revolution. Germany is too timid – though its response is decisive, an expert points out in the video
The protests in Iran have not ended for a month. The economic condition of the country is bad, the power elites of the Mullah regime are benefiting from the wealth of the oil-rich country. The regime may be hit in what is probably its most sensitive spot. But the measures taken by Germany are not enough, says an expert in front of the T-Online cameras and shows another way.
You can see here or in the video above what kind of connection Germany has with Iran, in what sense the Islamic Republic’s power elite can be hit hard, and why China hasn’t absorbed them either.