U.S. Door Stays Open in Face of Swirl of Corruption
New York Times / //topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/
16-Nov-2009 (one comment)

Although officials believe Teodoro Nguema Obiang’s wealth comes from corruption tied to his father’s regime in Equatorial Guinea, he is regularly allowed in the country to travel to his $35 million estate in Malibu.


Todays equivalent of our 70's Shah

by irannostalgia.com on

This should remind us why Iran should never go back to any sort of monarchy. Also it's interesting to see how hypocritical the U.S. government is.