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Re: Iran Protests: IRI Islamic Regime Got to Go!

Postby Surenareal » Fri May 25, 2018 8:40 am

Why European Countries such as; UK, Germany, France, and Russia, Shamelessly Support Mullahs' Illegitimate Regime that has the Highest Number of Execution Per-Capita in the World?

These European countries having gradually lost most of their global markets to China and Chinese products would soon be bankrupt, if it were not for plundering Iran, and other countries in the region, by their Montage Industries in Iran of old-model cars, and their other old leftover products sold in Iran.

These European countries are using Neocolonial Contracts of up to 35-years duration, on Crude Oil exploitation of Iranian oil fields with what they consider as their Neocolonial Protectorate of Mullahs' Regime. Very long-term contracts of 80% for themselves and 20% for the Mullahs’ Illegitimate Regime occupying Iran toady.

In reality, Germany, France, UK, and Russia are treating Iran as their Milking Cow.

Only the United States of America can put an end to this exploitation of Iranian Nation's Wealth and Natural Resources by the EU and stop the plunder of Iran by these immoral and opportunist European countries that use their Puppet Mullahs' Illegitimate Regime as a Neocolonial Protectorat.

PS: What are the Top-Secret Facts About Mullahs' Illegitimate Regime Occupying Iran today?

1 - That mullahs' illegitimate regime was put in power in Iran on February 11, 1979 by a well-planned and organized foreign powrs' plot, this was no revolution at all but a coup d’état. (This plot was finalized in Guadeloupe Summit, from 4 to 7 January 1979, by the leaders of foreign powers UK, US, France, Germany, Italy, and Canada, that were the puppeteers of then traitor Mullah Khomeini, and now of traitor Mullah Khamenei).

2 - That mullahs' illegitimate criminal regime occupying Iran today is not independent, it is a dependent Neocolonial Protectorate (hokoomat-e mos ta mareh navin, va tah tol hemaa yeh, dast ne shan deh ajnabi) of foreign powers and a puppet regime, subservient to their puppeteers, the European countries such as; UK, France, Germany, Russia and the International Crude Oil Consortium.

3 - That traitor regime's mullahs in power in Iran are all foreign puppets, (dalghak- e ajnabi) despot tyrant criminal mullah Ali Khamenei (vatan foroosh- e khaaen beh Iran va Irani, dal ghak-e ajnabi}, can be seen with his foreign masters' orders on pieces of paper in his left hand, he, and his mafia cliques, receive their daily orders from their foreign masters and puppeteers.

Recent Additional Information From # Rooh-e Shytaan" by Irandokht, of 3 June 2018.

Medieval Traitor Mullah Ruhollah Khomeini-e Maloon was born in Jalandhar, Punjab, India; around 1902, died (beh darak vaasel shod) on 3 June 1989. He was a British-Indian Secret Agent who was installed to power in Iran by the CIA & MI6 plot of 11 February 1979, and took his orders from the British and US Governments of the time.

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"Once a traitor always a traitor", Jaffar Shafiezadeh in one of his confessions, the 60 part audios posted above, mentions that;

Just before 11 February 1979 plot in Iran, when two Kill-Lists of more than 5000 patriotic Iranians were prepapred by major powers, those to be killed within 10 days from the coup of 1979, "copies of those Kill-lists were given to Ardashir Zahedi and he took them with him to Tehran at that time".

Now it is clear that it was him the present time Salman-e Parsi, a traitor to Iran and Iranians Ardashir Zahedi. Of cours he is not the only one who worked for the Oil Consortium and other foreign powers' masters of the mullahs' illegitimate criminal regime.

There are many others who still use daily brainwashing insidious propaganda to save mullahs' illegitimate criminal regime, and get paid a lot for it, such as: A.R. Noorizadeh, J. Chalangi, B. Farhoodi, and F. Dadrass.
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Iranian Protests for Naser Malek Motiei Pass-away

Postby Atusa Qajar » Mon May 28, 2018 6:54 pm

Iranian Protests for Naser Malek Motiei Pass-away
People found excuse to protest

Regime’s Thugs and Basij Disrupt Funeral
After 40 years of ban, Regime unbanned him after his death

Naser Malek Motiei, Great Persian Actor Passed Away
Legendary Persian Actor, Director and Cinematographer Passed Away


After the death of Naser Malek Motiei, a star of prerevolution Iranian cinema, thousands of people demonstrated in Tehran to honor his memory -- and to condemn the government for banning him from the screen. Regime Thugs tried to disrupt the funeral but crashed with people who were determined to mourn and protest.

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Manoochehr Vosoogh, Foroozan and Naser Malek Motiei

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Naser Malek Motiei with Fardin

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Naser Malek Motiei

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Wikipedia
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Naser_Malek_Motiei

IMDB
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0539339/

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Film Star's Death Sparks Iranian Protests
https://www.rferl.org/a/iran-cinema-act ... 55402.html

Naser Malek Motiei Talks and Memories
https://youtu.be/micsT8DMm7E

Naser Malek Motiei Memories
https://youtu.be/eSxzWJaTzzE

Naser Malek Motiei Interview
https://youtu.be/poOaNPL1eE8

Art Interview
https://youtu.be/dIUm3SH5We4

Talk with Behruz Vosoughi
https://youtu.be/mGAn3r-oO-4

Agha Mehdi Comes In Movie
https://youtu.be/YS2AjJEmEH8

Funeral Protests

Our State Media Is Our Shame
https://youtu.be/v16hXilD4Dc

Protests
https://youtu.be/7l7tKy0bfPk

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https://youtu.be/vgYOfm716bU

Regime Forces Disrupt Funeral Of Beloved Iranian Actor Naser Malek Motiei
https://youtu.be/p30vvP6tih4

Death Finally Ends Media Ban On 'King Of Iranian Cinema'

RFE
https://www.rferl.org/

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For decades, prominent Iranian actor and director Nasser Malek Motiee was forbidden from working and faced a strict media ban.

Celebrated Iranian actor and director Nasser Malek Motiee was under a media ban for nearly 40 years, and it wasn't lifted until he was 6 feet under.

But after he died on May 26 at the age of 88, the man known as the "King of Iranian cinema" finally found himself back in the spotlight.

Malek Motiee's funeral in Tehran the next day drew thousands of fans -- some taking the opportunity to chant antigovernment slogans, prompting a heavy-handed police response -- and dominated the front pages of many Iranian newspapers.

Malek Motiee starred in and directed dozens of films prior to the Islamic Revolution in 1979. Afterward, the state broadcaster, the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), and the ruling establishment imposed a media ban on prerevolutionary celebrities.

With few exceptions, Malek Motiee was also barred from acting and directing any films in Iran due to strict restrictions placed on the movie industry after the revolution.

Highlighting The Irony

"The End Of The Media Ban," the reformist Aftab-e Yazd newspaper wrote in a May 27 editorial that highlighted the irony of state media’s coverage of Malek Motiee's death.

"The news of his death was announced by state TV, though his presence on TV was restricted before that," the daily added.

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Nasser Malek Motiei's funeral drew thousands of fans.

"Farewell To The Great King Of Iranian Cinema," a headline in the financial daily Donya-ye Eqtesad read.

The front page of the reformist Hamdeli daily was dominated by a photo of the late actor’s body being laid to rest. In another reference to Malek Motiee being ostracized by the government, the headline read: "Naser! The People Came.”

The hard-line daily Kayhan was an exception: Malek Motiee did not make the front page, which was dominated by a photo of mourners having iftar -- the fast-breaking dinner gatherings during Ramadan -- at a cemetery for martyrs in Tehran.

'Our Disgrace, Our State Broadcaster'

During Malek Motiee’s funeral service, some mourners chanted antigovernment slogans, including: "Our disgrace, the state broadcaster" and, "Our disgrace, the law enforcement.”

Videos posted on social media purported to show police using tear gas to disperse the mourners who were protesting. RFE/RL could not verify the authenticity of the videos.

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Malek Motiee starred in and directed dozens of films prior to the Islamic Revolution in 1979.

Human Rights In Iran, a Canada-based nongovernmental organization, uploaded a video to Twitter on May 27 that purported to show people covering their mouths with their hands and coughing. The caption reads: “Police used tear gas against people during the funeral of Naser Malek Motiee. A number of people were arrested by police.”

In an interview with Iran's semiofficial Fars news agency, Tehran’s deputy police commander, Hamid Hodavand, confirmed that police had countered "opportunists" whom he claimed sought to disrupt the funeral ceremony.

Earlier on May 27, a spokesman for Iran’s powerful Judiciary warned that Iranian security forces would "resolutely confront" unrest that could be exploited by the United States and other enemies.

"I urge families not to let their children be fooled by psychological warfare...launched by the enemy, especially Zionists (Israel) and Americans, and not let counterrevolutionaries infiltrate crowds of protesters who have legitimate demands,” said Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejei, the Judiciary's news website, Mizanonline, reported.

Addressing the state broadcaster during the funeral ceremony, Malek Motiee's son condemned the media ban on his father.

In a widely viewed video uploaded on May 27, he asks: "Why are my father's photos shown on news channels now? Why are photos of an actor only allowed after his death?"

Parviz Parastui, a prominent Iranian actor, also addressed mourners and strongly criticized IRIB for the media ban on Malek Motiee.

"For 40 years, we couldn't say his name," he said to applause. "We feared it. But we shouldn't have feared it. He never committed a crime."

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Iran is Crippled by Strikes, Protests & Sanctions

Postby Atusa Qajar » Fri Jun 01, 2018 5:25 pm

Iran is Crippled by Strikes, Protests & Sanctions

Trump Sanctions Cripples Iran’s Economy
2nd Week of Truck Drivers Nationwide Strike Collapses Iran’s Economy


Pro Trump Sanctions Wall Graffiti in Streets of Tehran:
“Trump Damet Garm”
(Trump We Support You)

Total Pressure on IRI Islamist Regime is Working
Iranian People Support Trump Sanctions


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Iran Gripped by Strikes and Protests
Jubin Afshar

Open Democracy
https://www.opendemocracy.net/

The triangle of domestic uprising, regional readiness to confront an expansionist regime, and a growing international willingness to take on Tehran, at least by the United States, is creating conducive circumstances for change.

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ScreenShot. Video source. YouTube. Woman trucker calls on fellow truckers to remain united.

As the truckers’ strike in Iran enters its tenth consecutive day, despite concerted efforts by authorities to break and suppress it, and the many sacrifices that strikers and protesters are making, there is a sense of change and people power in the air.

The ongoing protests since the tail end of 2017, of which the strikes are a continuation, have led the Iranian people to again believe in their own power to confront a highly oppressive regime on their own terms.

The strike is unprecedented in its scope and strength of unity. Though this is not the first trucker strike in recent years – the largest was limited to just four cities in March of 2016 – none have reached the extensive and broad reach of this one. The current strike has spread to over 249 cities in all of Iran’s 31 provinces. Footage of striking truckers resisting security forces, encouraging unity, admonishing strikebreakers, parading empty loads on the nation’s highways, has spiked on social media networks such as Twitter, Telegram, and other platforms.

In a video posted on social media, a woman trucker calls on fellow drivers to remain united in the face of the authorities half-hearted attempts to win over segments of the truckers and says she and scores of other truckers are moving their trucks along the road to Qazvin with empty loads in protest and calls on others to join them. Iran’s parliament speaker, Ali Larijani, signaled on Wednesday that Iran’s National Security Council is looking at the truckers’ strike, indicating that they view the issue as one of national security, a harbinger for more suppression. However, strikers have thwarted all attempts at forcing them back onto the roads until now. The government’s only recourse to addressing the strikers’ grievances is to meet their demands for higher wages, something it cannot do at the same time as it is funneling billions of dollars into influencing outcomes in the Syrian war, the Iraqi political process, Yemen’s civil war, and incitement in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

US withdrawal from the Iran nuclear accord (JCPOA) and the kicking in of US sanctions will further force Iran to face up to its internal contradictions, expediting the socio-political process of change in Iran. Lacking the slush fund provided to it by the JCPOA and foreign business investments, Iran will have to make hard choices. Protesters earlier this year chanted: “Leave Syria alone, think about us” as they admonished the regime for wasting resources for domestic development on warmongering adventurism in the region. The slogan pits ordinary Iranians against a government that is increasingly isolated. So much so that recent sanctions on the regime garnered “Way to go Trump!” graffiti in Tehran, however surprising that may seem.

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The strike has also gained significant international attention. The US based International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) issued a tweet in its official account declaring, “Teamsters Stand in Solidarity with Iran Truck Drivers Strike.”

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A prominent Iranian blogger, Heshmat Alavi, has reported taxi drivers striking in solidarity in Urmia, Qaemiyeh, Sanandaj, and posted video of the striking taxis. Footage from Tehran’s main loading terminal on Tuesday shows workers there protesting during a complete work stoppage. Video from the normally bustling Persian Gulf port of Bushehr on day 9 of the strike show the port totally deserted and rows of trucks parked idly on strike.

The truth about Iran is that it is a rigid theocracy nurturing a crony capitalist system where the IRGC and supreme leader’s favourites rule the economy. The vast youthful population languishes with college degrees and no jobs. Women are systematically suppressed as second-class citizens, though they fight back in all ways possible. The government’s interference extends to people’s private lives, homes, whom they associate with on the streets, what they wear, the music they prefer, political ideas they espouse, and their way of life. There is no “freedom” in Iran and Iranians know it. Until recently, they have resisted the regime’s encroachments in little ways, but now they sense its weakness, and an unprecedented opening.

For things to change in Iran, the stars need to align properly: domestic factors and international factors need to favorably affect change. The staying power of Iran’s theocratic regime in the past 40 years has not been for lack of popular opposition to the theocracy, but for lack of a favorable alignment of domestic and international factors affecting Iran. When the people of Qazvin or Mashhad rose in the 1990’s, or when the uprising of 1999, and then 2009 took place, the regime’s brutal suppression was met with international complacency.

World governments from Europe, UK, to the US showed an impatience with the masses who were making things difficult for better relations with Iran, and for foreign corporations wanting to do business in Iran, and an Obama administration that wanted a nuclear deal with them. The uprising of 2018 however, is unfolding against a different international political landscape. Regional Arab countries have set aside their conservative stance to challenge Iran’s adventurism and interventions in the region, and most importantly, a new US administration has taken a completely new line with Iran, distinguishing between the ruling regime and the Iranian people.

The triangle of domestic uprising, regional readiness to confront an expansionist regime, and a growing international willingness to exact a price on Tehran for its malign behavior, at least by the United States, is creating conducive circumstances for change in Iran.

The truckers, workers, taxi and bus drivers, youth, and women in Iran, all sense change in the air. Forty-two years ago, when Jimmy Carter toasted the Shah of Iran and said “Iran is an island of stability in a troubled region of the world,” no one foresaw the implosion of the Shah’s regime about a year later. Now too, we should be aware that Iran is in the throes of yet another convulsion. This one is set to upend the Middle East. Perhaps this time for the better. There are many reasons for optimism, but most significant is Iran’s own people, who have been inoculated against one of the most virulent strains of intolerance and fanaticism, forming one of the most outwardly friendly nations to progressive change in the region today.

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Iranian Woman Truck Driver Calls Truck Drivers to Strike
Truck Drivers of Iran on Strike
https://youtu.be/8sdGDB1LyOc

Nationwide strikes by Iran’s truck drivers: what you need to know
https://youtu.be/ibu_GKFetPg

Regime Reporter Brazenly Threatens Iranian Truck Drivers Who Are On Strike
https://youtu.be/Yz9WH_YFats

Protesting truck drivers blocked the main highway from Tehran to Kerman
YAZD, Iran, May 23, 2018
https://youtu.be/QCa7OvrHwVM

Nationwide Strike By Truck Drivers In Iran Continues On Seventh Consecutive Day
https://youtu.be/naCKdxhWvNo

More Strikes and Protests

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Iranian Women Hejab Protests & Social Unrest Continues

Postby Atusa Qajar » Sun Jun 17, 2018 9:35 am

Iranian Women Hejab Protests & Social Unrest Continues

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Iranian Woman protesting hejab

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Iranian Woman protesting hejab

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Risking jail: Shaparak Shajarizadeh, who was arrested for hejab ban

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Hejab protest

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Iranian Women singing women protest song in Tehran Metro
International Women’s Day


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Iranian Women singing women protest song in Tehran Metro
International Women’s Day


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Singing protest song then at 1979

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Women take off hijab in Tehran Subway
Iranian Women singing women protest song in Tehran Metro
International Women’s Day

https://youtu.be/rf00JTDpDE8

Woman kicks morality police In Stomach
who try to make her wear hijab in Iran

https://youtu.be/5JvIkaCN3tc

Brave Iranian woman defies hijab walks the street without hijab
https://youtu.be/fOB-XKL_zZY

Iran Arrests 29 Women for Removing Hijabs
https://youtu.be/0aZW66oDGHc

Women Risked Imprisonment in Iran to Protest the Compulsory Hijab
https://youtu.be/PPA4BmkjJME

March 8, 1979 Iranian Women March Against Hijab and Islamic Laws
https://youtu.be/pxGYLk92edY

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Protest Wherever You Want, as Long as Iranian Authorities Choose the Place
Frud Bezhan

RFE
https://www.rferl.org/

A spate of violent antigovernment demonstrations has rocked Iran in recent months, challenging the clerical establishment that has forbidden public dissent and has a history of cracking down harshly on unauthorized protests.

Iranian citizens have demanded that their constitutional right to hold peaceful demonstrations be upheld, after tens of thousands of Iranians marched in scores of cities and towns across the Islamic republic in December and January. The authorities crushed those protests, leaving at least 25 dead.

In a move intended to placate protesters, the government on June 11 approved a proposal by the Tehran City Council to designate 12 specific locations where authorized protests can be held in the capital. The initiative, however, is widely seen as an attempt by the government to control such protests.

The protest zones in Tehran include the Shiroudi, Dastjerdi, Takhti, Motamedi, and Azadi sports stadiums; the Goftegoo, Taleqani, Velayat, Pardisan, Honarmandan, and Shahr public parks; and an area near the parliament building in the capital's Baharestan neighborhood, according to Iran's semiofficial ISNA news agency.

The government said it was working with city councils across Iran to designate protest zones.

Article 27 of the country's constitution stipulates that citizens have the right to hold assemblies, "provided arms are not carried" and that the assemblies "are not detrimental to the fundamental principles of Islam."

But in practice, it is almost impossible to obtain permits for protest gatherings or rallies, with authorities imposing complicated requirements.

Based on the Interior Ministry's regulations, whoever wants to hold an assembly must present the list of people responsible for its security and disciplinary aspects, as well as the exact time of the gathering, long before the date of the event.

The hard-line conservative daily Kayhan criticized the initiative in a front-page editorial on June 12 that said "the government's responsibility is to solve people's problems, not designate spots for gatherings."

"Is the government aware of people's problems? If they solved them, there would be no need for public gatherings," Kayhan added.

The reformist daily Etemad on June 12 published on its front page a map of Tehran showing the approved protest zones and said they were necessary to avoid violence and disruption to residents.

"The unrest in late January and the widespread popular demands throughout the country during recent months have led to a decision to facilitate the holding of protest gatherings, while emphasizing the recognition of people's right to protest," Etemad said in an editorial.

Since December, Iranians have staged dozens of marches and demonstrations in cities and towns across the Islamic republic, protesting against rising unemployment and demanding greater social and political freedoms, and making calls for President Hassan Rohani and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to step down.

In December, Rohani said "people are absolutely free to criticize the government and protest, but their protests should be in such a way as to improve the situation in the country and their life," adding that "criticism is different from violence and damaging public properties."

Despite Rohani's assurances, authorities have since cracked down on protesters and detained those openly critical of the clerical establishment.

In May, several people were killed after residents of the city of Kazeroon protested a local government decision to split the city into two.

In March, several women who attempted to stage a protest in Tehran to mark International Women's Day were detained.

In February, Iranian security officers arrested dozens of women who protested in Tehran against the compulsory hijab by removing their head scarves in public.

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