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Iranians in every occasion show their opposition to the brutal occupying islamic regime even in the sports stadium. Thousands of soccer fans shouting DEATH to Dictator (Khamenei) was of course censored by the mercenary regime broadcasting service but put on display on social media. Death to islamic republic. 

https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/iran-tv-accused-of-muting-anti-regime-stadium-chants-10609042

 

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Continuing survival of islamic regime triggers separatism and likely a civil war in Iran. 

https://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Three-Kurdish-groups-in-Iran-are-now-fighting-the-IRGC-564685

That is what happens when every one in Iran is under repression and mistreated as a second class citizen if that person is not with this brutal regime. For the sake of Iran and safety and security of the whole world this regime must fall preferably within Iran and by Iranian people but by any possible means and as soon as possible

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Tehran - Iran before the apes took over and the fictional movie "Planet of the Apes" became a dark reality!!!!!

 

Damn all those gangsters and criminals on left and right who turn a heaven into a real Hell for millions of people. Hope they are now burning in hell.

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Iran occupying regime giving away Iran's land and sea to historic enemies of Iran (Russia) for its survival. In an agreement on Khazar (Caspian Sea) Iran gets the smallest amount under this regime because the regime for its survival needs Russia. Never since the traitor Gajar dynasty such shameful agreement has been signed by any Iranian government.

https://www.sbs.com.au/news/iran-gets-smallest-share-of-caspian-sea-in-landmark-agreement

This agreement signed by enemies of Iran is NULL AND VOID upon the fall of this occupying regime and the Russians will pay a price for taking away Iranian territories. Death to Russia.

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On 8/13/2018 at 10:12 PM, CITIZEN_2015 said:

Iran occupying regime giving away Iran's land and sea to historic enemies of Iran (Russia) for its survival. In an agreement on Khazar (Caspian Sea) Iran gets the smallest amount under this regime because the regime for its survival needs Russia. Never since the traitor Gajar dynasty such shameful agreement has been signed by any Iranian government.

https://www.sbs.com.au/news/iran-gets-smallest-share-of-caspian-sea-in-landmark-agreement

This agreement signed by enemies of Iran is NULL AND VOID upon the fall of this occupying regime and the Russians will pay a price for taking away Iranian territories. Death to Russia.

https://www.dw.com/en/caspian-sea-deal-benefits-russia-troubles-iran/a-45051799

Iran ended up with the smallest share of the sea in accordance with the terms of the deal, and may end up a potential loser in the agreement.

For Iran, stopping US presence in the region is of primary concern, say observers.

"That's why Tehran has, at least formally, given up its insistence on either splitting the sea into five equal parts or jointly developing all of its resources," Dubnow underlined.He pointed out that US sanctions against Iran, coupled with Tehran's need for Moscow's support on the global arena, ensured that the Iranian government lacked much room for maneuver during the negotiations.

"The deal has prompted a lot of criticism in Iran," said the analyst.

Death to anti-Iran traitor islamic Republic.

This agreement is NULL and VOID as far as the next legitimate elected government in Iran is concerned and Russia will pay a heavy price for this robbery. 

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Iran regime jails human rights defenders among all other citizens they murder, jail and torture for solely poositing the brutality of islamic regime.

https://www.hrw.org/news/2018/08/17/iran-rights-defender-faces-new-charges

While people are starving (except those few associated with the regime who steal billions and take abroad) and and struggle to survive the regime spends billions abroad on supporting terrorism and defense )aggression) at home.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-iran-military-fighter/iran-will-unveil-a-new-fighter-jet-next-week-minister-idUSKBN1L30OW

https://ewn.co.za/2018/08/18/iran-says-navy-mounts-new-defense-system-on-warship

While the regime selling out Iran's territories to historic enemies of Iran in order to survive longer.

https://www.rferl.org/a/iran-official-spin-challenges-perceived-caspian-setback/29439866.html

Death to the hated islamic Republic.

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16 minutes ago, CITIZEN_2015 said:

Death to the hated islamic Republic.

 

Death, death, death....

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2 hours ago, DogOnPorch said:

 

Death, death, death....

After what they have done to Iran, the nation and the world, they deserve it. I have also said Long Live (America, Iran, Iran nation, .....). But the most evil muderous regime deserves the word.

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In 1956 America destroyed democracy in Iran forever by their evil action against the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran who nationalize Iran's oil company used to be robbed by f***ing British thief bastards. Then the British tricked the US into plotting a military coup in Iran which killed democracy forever as it led to a terrible revolution mostly organized by criminals and gangsters and those tricked by mullahs in 1979 which resulted in the most brutal dictatorship in the history of Iran or any country in the world. The United States in 2018 OWES it to Iranian people to help the nation by any possible means so that the imprisoned nation can restore democracy again in their homeland. The US of A is RESPONSIBLE for the mess the nation of Iran is today and has been past 40 years by helping to overthrow a democracy in 1953. Now they MUST make up for their evil action in 2018.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/08/iran-mossadegh-negotiated-donald-trump-180818171021402.html

 

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The 1953 coup in Iran was with Eisenhower's knowledge and approval. Hope he and everyone associated with the coup burns in hell forever.

https://www.politico.com/story/2018/08/19/eisenhower-green-lights-coup-in-iran-aug-19-1953-788012

This coup led to a dictatorship and resulted in a anti-US revolution and establishment of this brutal islamic republic which past 40 year has destroyed Iran and brutalized Iran nation. Shame on US. The US of A owes Iranians to help them out of the current mess they are responsible for ceating.

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On 8/20/2018 at 4:53 AM, CITIZEN_2015 said:

. The US of A owes Iranians to help them out of the current mess they are responsible for creating.

John Bolton says that the US is not seeking a regime change but rather regime behavior change however, determined to drive down regime's oil export to ZERO if would mean the regime will not be able to pay off the mercenary guards and basij to suppress the rising nation. Regime behavior change however is same as regime change as the regime remains in power by exerting extreme brutality against the defenseless people who are on streets on a daily basis. The regime uses beatings, jails, tortures, even executions to  intimidate and spread fear among population to prevent a massive uprising. If they change their behavior they will be overthrown in days. Therefore what honorable John Bolton is saying will have exactly same results. That is a regime change in Iran.

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/aug/22/us-ready-to-drive-iranian-oil-exports-to-zero-says-us-national-security-adviser

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Iran regime not only terrorizing its nation in order to survive longer but also carry out propaganda and lies to convince the world that they are not brutal and terrorists.......

They used liberal names and western usernames to carry out pro-regime propaganda in the west (ring the bell?).

https://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/news/2018/08/24/how-iran-targeted-u-s-facebook-youtube-and-twitter-liberal-memes/1079882002/

 

The regime also uses lies (like claiming those oppose them are aliens or paid by the west, that is 90% of Iran's population are foreign agents) and many time also lie abut their achievements lies building a toy plane and claiming that they have the industrial complex to actually build a fighter jet!!!!! whereas in reality they destroyed any industry that the Shah had built.

https://www.businessinsider.com/irans-qaher-f313-stealth-2017-4

Or they send a monkey up the hill and claim they have sent the monkey to the space (except that the monkey who was returned was white whereas the film showed the monkey supposedly leaving out to space was a black monkey).

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/the-mystery-of-the-iran-space-monkey-is-solved-the-pictures-showed-the-wrong-animal-say-iranian-8479403.html

Regime of terror, lies and deception who has totally destroyed Iran and ts nation. TIME TO GO TO GARBAGE BAG OF HISTORY.

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Defenders of human rights and just about everyone else who refuses to follow exact line of Iran regime are jailed and their families harassed. This is just one example out of millions of Iran regime inhuman illegal behavior towards its own people

https://www.haaretz.com/middle-east-news/iran/prominent-iranian-human-rights-lawyer-begins-hunger-strike-in-prison-1.6412729

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Biting the head of a poisonous snake!!

https://gulfnews.com/business/analysis/putting-the-bite-on-iran-s-currency-needs-1.2272196

Iran’s economic growth is rapidly in decline, and something mentioned in previous columns. This is having an obvious impact on living standards for its citizens, burdened as they are by rising inflation and unemployment and a currency collapse.

It is clear that sanctions will affect all sectors, oil and non-oil without exception, unlike previous sanctions under former President Obama, which was not tough and easily circumvented.

This means a possible comprehensive economic collapse and to be followed by the political collapse of the mullah regime in Tehran. In addition, the financial and banking system is the most affected by US sanctions.

For its part, Iran is trying to find ways to seek alternatives, but it is not finding responses from even countries that do not agree with the sanctions, including those, which signed the nuclear agreement, because of their strong interests in dealing with the US.

For example, Iran is trying to urge Europeans to create an international payment system to convert Iranian oil sales to other currencies and cover the value of trade, instead of a US dollar-based payment system.

However, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel responded quickly that she is not in favour of a new international payment system, while Russian President Vladimir Putin announced that Russia is not dumping the dollar. This has represented a setback for Iran in such a vital area, meaning no international financial and monetary transactions with Iran would take place after the full implementation of sanctions by November.

Until then, the US will seek to bring down Iranian oil exports to zero, which will deal a fatal blow to the economy. Although Iranian oil and gas contribute only 15 per cent of its GDP, it accounts for 60 per cent of government revenues and 80 per cent of total export value.

This means depriving the Iranian regime of most of its revenues, dealing a heavy blow to exports and their source of hard currency. This will lead to serious political repercussions for the regime internally and externally and lay the foundation for an inevitable collapse.

 

Oil exports down already by 62% and oil part of sanctions is still months away (November 4, 2018), Iran' regime's oil export MUST be reduced to zero BY ANY MEANS available so that a downfall of brutal regime would follow soon after.

https://www.forbes.com/sites/arielcohen/2018/08/29/irans-oil-exports-plummet-600000-bd-as-u-s-sanctions-force-key-buyers-to-seek-alternatives/#47e7778e247e

The Islamic Republic’s crude sales dropped by 600,000 barrels to 1.68 million barrels per day (b/d) in the first half of August, a 20% decrease from the same time in July. Exports are down a whopping 62% since May, when Iranian oil sales reached a record 2.7 million p/d.

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Cracks have started developing within the murderous islamic security apparatus. Desertions have started. Iran security forces MUST stop collaborating with this murderous regime which has destroyed the country and the lives of the nation and sold out their soul to the devil. 

https://www.voanews.com/a/exclusive-iranian-officer-flees-iran-after-refusing-to-suppress-protests/4552589.html

 

other security officers recently have abandoned their posts as well. “Just a few days ago, an NAJA officer deserted, and [there have been desertions] even within the army and Revolutionary Guards,” he said. He did not provide further details but said the deserters were “fed up” with what he called the Iranian government’s oppression of its own people.

The people of Kermanshah played a leading role in the protests, but they were cracked down upon harshly,” he said. “They came under attack from the Iranian security apparatus, including the Revolutionary Guards and Basiji militiamen.”

Karamizand called on other Iranian police officers to side with Iranians seeking to expedite the demise of Iran’s Islamist leadership, which seized power in a 1979 revolution. “Police work is sacred, but its legitimacy is in the hands of the people, not the regime,” he said.

Karamizand also had a message for the Iranian people: “They should not wait for an outside country [to help], they should organize themselves in one city after another and stand up together as civilians, so that security forces do not interfere.”

Iran has seen frequent nationwide protests this year by citizens expressing anger toward local and national officials and business leaders whom they accuse of mismanagement, corruption and oppression. Iranian leaders often have deflected the domestic criticism by blaming the unrest on foreign "enemies."

A warning to prostitute governments of EU, Russia, China and India. Any country that buys Iranian oil after November 4 is buying the sacred spilled blood of innocent Iranian people.

 

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Iran regime policy of taking hostage is paying off again. It has been the policy of this terrorist islamic regime ever since 1979 to take foreign hostages (and more recently dual citizens of Iran who are totally innocent and accused them of made up and vague charges like acting against the national security) and then use them as bargaining chips to demand favors. They used these tactics in the past to (French and British hostages in Lebanon) to free Iranian and Arab terrorists and also to free the murderers of Iranian dissidents and this time they are using an innocent Iranian dual citizen to demand that Britain must buy Iranian il after November 4. THIS TERRORIST POLICY OF TAKING INNOCENT PEOPLE HOSTAGE AND DEMAND RANSOM MUST NOT PAY OFF. It would be an ultimate stupidity and betrayal to democratic values if foreign democracies bow down t these illegal demand.

Now the murderous mercenary regime foreign minister Zarif (who has denied there is any executions or political prisoners in Iran!!!!!! Son of the Bitch liar) is demanding Britain to buy Regime oil in exchange for freedom of innocent British nationals. Paying off terrorists would only bring about more acts of terrorism you idiots. The fate of Tariq Aziz of Iraq is awaiting Zarif and soon.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1011759/oil-price-latest-iran-news-nuclear-deal-donald-trump-uk-eu

 

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1 hour ago, Thalia said:

Iranian should have their freedom like other democratic countries.

 

From 1946-1979 they did enjoy that. Once Stalin & pals were brushed out the door...

 

I'm sure one of the three kids below could be Shah...

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13 hours ago, DogOnPorch said:

 

From 1946-1979 they did enjoy that. Once Stalin & pals were brushed out the door...

I'm sure one of the three kids below could be Shah...

The Russians tried but failed as the Shah resisted them and kicked them out in 1946 but from 1941 to 1953 Iran was a democracy but after the British inspired coup by CIA political democracy died in Iran but still there was absolute social democracy. In their social lives Iran nation lived like western culture including having bars, alcohol, social freedom and absolute choice in what to wear and what to do in their private lives unlike regional countries where social freedoms were curbed.

Once the mullahs stole the power in 1979 coup then all kinds of freedom died in Iran, Even freedom in your bedroom and what you wear, drink or eat or who to socialized and political freedom was curbed in a brutal manner. Time for this brutal regime to go and since US is responsible for the political dictatorship by their 1953 coup then it is the responsibility of the US government now to help Iran nation to kick this murderous islamic regime out and restore democracy in their homeland. Many believe that the current leaders of Iran are Russian agents and there may be some truth to that as they are giving away Iran's land and sea and resources to Russians so if true then Russians are back in Iran. 

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Iran's brutal islamic regime arrests more human rights activists and women's rights defenders. “These latest arrests are a blatant attempt to silence those advocating for human rights in Iran,” said Philip Luther, Amnesty International's Research and Advocacy Director for the Middle East and North Africa.

Shame on the democracies like EU prostitute governments who still wish to trade with this murderous regime. SHAME. Europe was supposed to be civilized and defender of human rights. They are no better than Russia and North Korea.

https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2018/09/iran-arrests-of-lawyers-and-womens-rights-activists-signal-intensifying-crackdown-on-civil-society/

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On 9/3/2018 at 4:32 PM, CITIZEN_2015 said:

Iran's brutal islamic regime arrests more human rights activists and women's rights defenders. “These latest arrests are a blatant attempt to silence those advocating for human rights in Iran,” said Philip Luther, Amnesty International's Research and Advocacy Director for the Middle East and North Africa.

Shame on the democracies like EU prostitute governments who still wish to trade with this murderous regime. SHAME. Europe was supposed to be civilized and defender of human rights. They are no better than Russia and North Korea.

https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2018/09/iran-arrests-of-lawyers-and-womens-rights-activists-signal-intensifying-crackdown-on-civil-society/

They now arrested her (Nasrin Soutoodeh) husband too!!!!!!!!

https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2018/09/iran-husband-of-hunger-striking-human-rights-lawyer-nasrin-sotoudeh-arrested/

First the authorities jail Nasrin Sotoudeh on bogus charges, then harass, intimidate and threaten her family and friends, and now arrest her husband. These callous actions illustrate the lengths to which Iranian authorities will go to silence human rights lawyers, even targeting their families.

The international community, including the EU given its ongoing dialogue with Iran, must condemn in the strongest terms the arbitrary arrest and detention of both Reza Khandan and Nasrin Sotoudeh, and do everything in their power to expedite the release of these two human rights defenders.”

Reza Khandan’s lawyer, Mohammad Moghimi, said in a Facebook post that after his arrest, Reza Khandan was taken to the Office of the Prosecutor in Tehran’s Evin prison where he was charged with “spreading propaganda against the system” and “colluding to commit crimes against national security.” He has also been accused of “promoting the practice of appearing in public without a veil” because of his support for the Iranian women’s campaign against forced veiling (hijab).

This islamic regime has surpassed the brutality of the worst dictatorships in the recent history of the world.

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Iran's economic chaos and increasing dissatisfaction of masses 

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2018/09/05/fears-rise-goods-like-diapers-vanish-in-iran-currency-crash.html

And the full sanctions is still two months away

https://www.jpost.com/International/US-sanctions-will-cripple-the-economy-of-Iran-say-economists-566521

 

How long more this brutal islamic regime can survive by resorting to executions, mass kidnapping, imprisonment , jail, torture and terrorizing its nation?

 

 

 

 

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Informative article from a recent visitor to Iran. Iran ready for a change based on a visitor who traveled through major cities in central Iran.

https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=12120297

 

The trip has left my wondering whether a more poorly misrepresented people exists on the planet.

Perception has it they are anti-America/West, war-like, inhospitable, controlling and suppressive of woman, backward. In reality they are incredibly inviting, proud of their culture and history, curious, by and large very educated and aware, despite the efforts of their government.

While there are some pathetically archaic laws for everyone, especially woman, these are driven and enforced by a religious leadership that seems to be despised by the vast majority of the population of 80 million.

The country is however, amazing, with stunning architecture and incredible history stretching back seven millennia. The people are genuinely interested in other countries and cultures and very humbled to have visitors to their country.

I saw no anti Americanism, only from the leadership.

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