Iran: An Imperialist Republic and U.S. Policy


The Islamic Republic of Iran has been a threat to its people, the Middle East, and America for forty-five years. It’s time for a change.

Since 1979, the Khomeinist regime has oppressed its own population while waging wars and terrorism against Arabs, Israel, Middle East minorities, and the United States. It expanded its military power across the region and created an international terror web. American policy toward Tehran since Carter culminated, under Obama, in offering the Islamic Republic a deal of partnership, empowering the Ayatollahs even further.

The Iranian people rose several times against the regime without significant support from the US or the West. Civil societies protested strongly against Iran-backed militias in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, and Yemen, but were likewise abandoned. Instead, US administrations and Congress were enticed into accepting the regime’s legitimacy despite its rogue behavior and its relentless drive to obtain nuclear weapons and develop ballistic missiles. 

This book tells the story of the regime, from the genesis of its terror to the legitimizing of its aggressive goals. It is about how America failed to stop the threat and how Americans can finally win that challenge once and for all.