In what other language should a Persian speaking Iranian conduct an interview with a Francophone with a German name, than the internationally recognized and adopted business medium of English? It is just as plausible as Russian and Polish diplomats discoursing in French a century and a half ago. Their uninflected and accent-free dialogue suggests to this listener that neither of these highly educated gentlemen speaks English as a matter of course, but only for professional purposes. To my (admittedly not very critical) actor's ear, it rings true. A little over the top maybe, but Keiser gets his point across both colorfully and efficiently. Actually, by brandishing his banana, he gives our dollar more credit than it deserves.
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