Saturday, June 24, 2017

The regime change in Iran is getting closer and on hand

As the Iranian resistance’ Grand Gathering is getting closer, the Iranian regime is cracking down even harder on the Iranian people. they are no longer able to hide their fear of the power of the people. It is no secret that the people want a regime change and they want it now. Ever since the clerical dictators hijacked the people's revolution in 1979 there has been a resistance movement MEK/PMOI that has worked to overthrow the mullahs. The Grand Gathering that is taking place every year are addressing this issue, and they are working towards the inevitable regime change in Iran. And the list of supporters is getting longer every year. Politicians all over the world have realized that the Iranian resistance is the answer for the future Iran.

One important step in the right direction is the new sanctions that have been put upon the Islamic regime by the new US government, it is nearly enough but it is a start. Our duty is to give our unconditional support to the brave freedom fighters that are risking their lives for a free Iran, the MEK/PMOI.  As a countdown to the Gathering, the MEK/PMOI in Iran have been hanging up posters where they demand a regime change, and they openly say that they do not support Rouhani but want Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the NCRI’s President-elect as President of Iran.

The Supreme Leader Khamenei has admitted that the Iranian presence in Syria’s only mission is to prevent an uprising inside of Iranian borders. People know this and they are protesting against the IRGC and the Islamic regime. The Supreme Leader has stated that if Iran was not involved in the Syrian war the IRGC would have been fighting in the streets in Iran.  The Iranian resistance goal is a nuclear-free Iran and that Iran will cooperate with their neighbors and end all Iranian presence and influence in the region that involves terror acts.
The new US president has turned out to be a man of his word, he is paving the way to regime change alongside the MEK/PMOI and their supporters. And all signs tell us that the regime change is within reach, the regime is fighting within and there is chaos. The regime is trying to fool us into believing that there is a struggle between the moderates and the hardliners in the regime but we are not fooled and neither is the MEK/PMOI. We will be fighting until there is a regime change in Iran and Iran is a free country.

Long live MEK/PMOI; long live Maryam Rajavi, long live free Iran.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Iran Regime's police attacking peaceful protesters

The Iranian Regime’s police force was caught on tape brutally beating customers who were gathered outside of various branches of the Samen-Hujaj financial institution in Tehran on Saturday, June 18.

The video shows police kicking, punching and using batons to attack the people, who were merely trying to get their money back, after reports of the company going bankrupt surfaced.
Following the vicious attack, police officers began patrolling in an intimidating manner and inspecting vehicles across Tehran.
This wasn’t the only attack on civilians by the Regime’s officers that was caught on film last week.
On Thursday, June 15, the police force set upon a peaceful protest by laid-off mine workers and their families at the Aqdareh gold mine in Western Azerbaijan province.
This violent attack has left thirteen people requiring medical care, but because they fear the retribution of the so-called security forces, many have traveled to hospitals in the next town over or sought private treatment in their homes at incredible expense.
The protesters were merely seeking employment and were protesting the decision by the mining company not to hire local workers, given the negative effect the mine has of the ability of local people to earn money in other ways.
Aqdarreh gold mine is the second largest gold mine in Iran, located just 30km from Takab city, and it produces 2.2 tons of pure gold every year. Its owner,  Aqdareh Pooyazarkan Mining Company is the first gold mining company in Iran.
However, since mining began in 1997, there has been a detrimental effect on the local area’s ecosystem, environment, and ecology due to the chemicals being used to extract gold.
As a result, many farmers have lost farming lands and the ability to raise animals; excess cyanide discharge has killed animals, polluted crops, and made the soil less fertile. It has even polluted the drinking water because of a pond built to wash the mine’s mineral extractions. Even if they can grow a crop or raise an animal, no one wants to buy the food because of the risk of contamination.
Villager’s report that deaths and diseases like cancer and lung disease have been steadily increasing since the mine was built.
In 2014, 250 miners at the Aqdareh gold mine held a demonstration against their termination from work. One worker committed suicide, while 17 more were arrested, imprisoned, fined and flogged, over charges of sedition brought by the mine owners.

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

MEK members inside of Iran, exposed 4 new missile bases

Alireza Jafarzadeh press conference on Iran missile program 
On June 20, 2017, the NCRI, with the help of dedicated MEK members inside of Iran,  exposed 4 new missile bases in their press conference held on that occasion. Not only that but 42 IRGC missile sites that are a part of the missile production was exposed under today’s conference.

Ever since the last round of nuclear negotiations in 2013, and especially after the JCPOA in 2015 the IRGC has intensified

Monday, June 19, 2017

It is time for the European states to stand up to Iran

The EU must follow the example of the US and take a stand against the dictators in Tehran. The clerical regime in Iran has shown us time and time again that they do not respect any deals they have signed. The Iranian ballistic missile program is, in fact, a grave violation of the JCPOA deal they signed themselves. Unfortunately, the global media have paid little or no attention to that fact. It is common knowledge that the Obama administration downplayed such activities.
Manchester Terrorist Attack memories

The Trump administration, on the other hand, is rightly developing an assertive policy towards the Islamic Republic. This includes a sharper focus on illicit ballistic missile tests. The regime was put on notice when they tested a ballistic missile just days after Trump's inauguration. Since then the IRGC have conducted several missile tests. Wich has led to the recent sanctions on both Iran and Russia for their warmongering in Syria and for Iran’s violations of the JCPOA deal. The European governments should quickly follow the example set by the US. We have paid so little attention to the ballistic missile program in Iran that we barely noticed the IRGC announcement in May, that they had completed work on a third underground facility for production of ballistic missiles. 
If the Iranian missile program is not stopped entirely it will make no difference when the nuclear deal expires, Iran will then in a matter of days have a nuclear bomb ready that can reach every major city in Europe and that alone should be enough to make the European states tremble. 
Iran's missile tests have shown us that they are capable of reaching Israel, and several Arabic states and the concern among those countries is fully understandable. 
Until now the EU have been reluctant and hesitant about standing up to Iran’s destabilizing behaviour and disregard for international rules. European leaders are thinking more of getting access to Iranian oil and marked and not thinking about what is the right thing to do. 
The multiple functions of the IRGC also call attention to the very fact that the Iranian missile program has been shared with foreign entities that have no other purpose than to inflict injuries on their own, like the Houthis in Yemen. Also, the Hezbollah in Lebanon have been armed by Iran and are using the weapons to inflict terror upon civilians in Syria and Iraq as well as in their homeland Lebanon. 
During his May visit to Saudi Arabia, President Trump stated that the Iranian regime’s longest-suffering victims are its own people. until the Iranian regime is willing to be a partner for peace, all nations of conscience must work together to isolate Iran, deny it funding terrorism, he said. But terrorism is not the only issue, the regime’s weapons development must be severely constrained and all European nations need to get on board. 

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Free Iran Rally in Paris July 2017

On July 1st, pundits, dignitaries, and politicians from across the world will join the annual Free Iran Rally in Paris to discuss the solutions to the problems of Iran and the broader Middle East and to condemn human rights violation in Iran.