The White House organized a party to celebrate Nowruz.
Nowruz is the name of the Iranian New Year. That's right, the White House is now celebrating the Iranian New Year, the country which motto is "Death to America".
Western Journalism has this to say about the event:
On more than one occasion, President Obama has praised Muslim immigrants for their contributions to American history, though the extent and significance of those contributions have been questioned by many.
The Washington Examiner reminds us of Obama’s effusive shout-out to Muslim Americans: “Throughout our history, Islam has contributed to the character of our country, and Muslim Americans, and their good works, have helped to build our nation.”
Now, as the president reaches out to the mullahs of the Islamic Republic of Iran, intent on making a controversial deal on their nuclear weapons development — a deal that would admittedly not be legally binding — his wife is also doing her part to make nice with the dictatorial regime.
First Lady Michelle Obama hosted a “Nowruz” celebration of the Iranian New Year, throwing open the doors of the White House earlier this week to mark the official start of the Persian holiday that’s been celebrated for thousands of years.
Mrs. Obama said that a celebration like the one marking the Iranian New Year is part of the “traditions that make us who we are as a country.”
In other words, it certainly sounds as though Michelle Obama wants us to believe that Nowruz is much like Thanksgiving or the Fourth of July or Presidents’ Day.
As you know, the Iranian Mullahs and Iran has gone into the "firework-business", with approval from US President Barrack Hussein Obama. Will there be a "spectacular" firework to look forward to in the future? For now the White House celebrate Nowruz without it. Let's just forget about the Iranian motto. Never mind. Party on!
Oh, the Thai New Year Songkran, is coming up in April. Prepare to get soaked, or not?
First Lady Michelle Obama's opening speech, from the White House's official YouTube channel:
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