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Iranian professor: Why Tehran is OBVIOUSLY not involved in tanker incident in Gulf of Oman! (E760)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to the former head of the IMF and former caretaker prime minister of Italy, Carlo Cottarelli, about the perceived future Italian budget deficit and confidence crisis, Euroskepticism and populism, as well as possible solutions to Italy’s ongoing economic woes. Next, we speak to conservative American writer, David Horowitz, about what he believes is the left’s agenda to destroy the dominant religion in America, leftist totalitarianism, why he calls Iran the ‘modern day Nazis,’ and more. Finally, we talk to Iranian Professor Seyed Mohammed Marandi about Horowitz’s allegations that Iran is medieval and barbaric. He also discusses the Gulf of Oman tanker incident, which Western powers such as the US and UK allege was Tehran’s doing.

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