MNA – Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Ghasemi has dismissed the cheap remarks recently made by US National Security Advisor John Bolton, describing them as a symptom of his anti-Iran grudge and chronic sadism.
“Time, history and the Iranian culture have always been able to teach the necessary lessons to scoundrels who make excessive demands and who rave and rant, and [have been able] to easily tame insane, recalcitrant and unruly individuals,” the official website of Iran’s Foreign Ministry quoted Ghasemi as saying on Wednesday.
“The cheap remarks by John Bolton, which indicate his bellicose nature and spiteful personality in dealing with Iranian people, are nothing new and remarkable,” he added.
“As he has shown since long ago, he has a long-standing grudge against Iranians. He has abnormal behavior and suffers from chronic sadism against Iran,” he said.
“He sometimes knowingly or unknowingly begins to talk and uses words that professional politicians usually avoid using,” the spokesman added.
He said such language basically does not exist in the diction of any professional and trained politician.
“It is no surprise to see an American official, who has been in contact with some terrorist groups since long ago and is being paid by them, make such cheap remarks,” he added.
“He speaks, with pleasure and very unconventionally and shamefully, of putting more pressure and imposing sanctions on Iran and threatening the country,” said the spokesman.
“Undoubtedly, he has not yet been able to gain a proper understanding of Iranians and Iran, and in the not-too-distant future, will certainly find the chance to understand the capability, vigilance and prudence of the Iranian nation and to get familiar with their history and culture,” Ghasemi noted.
“Today, like always, the great Iranian nation will stand up to foreign aggressors and the enemies of this land and nation with strategic patience and prudence as it always has,” he said.
Ghasemi said Iranians will definitely not allow the pipe dreams of these individuals to come true.