In a speech in 1980, the mullahs’ regime founder and former supreme leader Ruhollah Khomeini told his supporters, “Our enemy is neither in the East nor in the West, nor in Kurdistan. The enemy is right here, under our nose, in Tehran.”Later, Khomeini’s close allies acknowledged that he and the rest of his government were terrified of the main adversary.
Sir Richard J. Roberts, the Nobel Prize winner in Physiology or Medicine in 1993, visited Ashraf-3 on June 26 and met with the President-elect Mrs. Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). Sir Roberts, a British biochemist and molecular biologist who won the Nobel Prize for discovering introns in eukaryotic DNA and the mechanism of gene splicing, also attended a meeting with Iranian Resistance members and delivered a brief but moving speech.
President of the Iranian regime Ebrahim Raisi is infamous for his bizarre and foolish comments about Iran’s social and economic crises in addition to his infamous career as the “hanging judge.” During the pandemic, Raisi, an illiterate who hasn’t completed sixth grade, claimed that “clerics and revolutionary” regime forces in Iran taught Iranian nurses and doctors how to work.
The supreme leader of the Iranian regime, Ali Khamenei, spoke at the so-called Congress of Martyrs of the Nomadic Community on June 12, but his words weren’t made public until nine days later, on June 21.”Today, cultural work is more important than anything else for the Iranian nation as a whole, including the nomads. Today, the enemy of Islam and the Iranian nation relies on soft war.
The Iranian regime’s official website published a speech by Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei in which he warned various regime officials and entities about criticizing regime President Ebrahim Raisi and his administration. He made an unprecedented statement on June 12: “Whoever pushes the nation into being pessimistic about the country’s officials is, willingly or unwillingly, working in favor of the enemy!”
After a nine-day delay, remarks from Ali Khamenei’s most recent public appearance were published on his website and by Iran’s state media on June 21. This alone is very revealing and begs important questions. His speech provides insight into the problems facing the Iranian mullahs’ regime.“Today the enemy is focusing its efforts on making the people believe there is no future, that we are facing an impasse and a dead-end.
On June 8, the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency overwhelmingly approved a resolution introduced by the United States, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany, chastising the Iranian regime for refusing to cooperate with the agency’s investigation into nuclear traces discovered at three undeclared sites.
On Saturday, June 18, Social Security Organization retirees and pensioners took to the streets for the 12th day in a row to protest the regime’s corruption, destructive policies, and refusal to address their unmet demands regarding a long list of economic woes, including low wages and poor living conditions.
“Hijab of women, Hijab of women, Hijab of women” This is a phrase that has been repeated by the Iranian regime’s media on a regular basis, albeit with varying degrees of intensity. This issue appears to pose a significant threat to the regime, as Ahmad Alamolhoda, the regime’s representative in Mashhad, previously stated, “The leadership ordered fire at will, therefore if a woman in the street removes her headscarf, she must face the protests of the people and see that she has no place among the people.
Protests, demonstrations, and rallies have become a daily occurrence in cities across the country, with people taking to the streets on a regular basis. While continuing to plunder the Iranian people, regime officials are looking for a new method of de-escalation.
The situation in Iran has changed dramatically since Monday, June 13th. Retirees and pensioners across Iran continued their protests for the seventh day in a row, rallying in 22 cities and chanting against the regime’s disastrous plundering policies.