Saturday, June 20, 2009

Ongoing Anti-Regime Protests in Iran




I am still uncertain on where the people demonstrating this past week in Iran want to take this growing movement.

Have they risen up because their votes in a sham s-election, supervised by a terrorist and corrupt regime, did not give the results they wished for? Or have people used the s-elections as an excuse to advance the freedom-fighting movement of Iran by using one of the Islamic Republic's selected candidates, Seyed Mir-Hossein Mousavi (an Islamic Republic servant, who served as PM during the darkest years of this terrorist regime marked by the genocide of political prisoners), as an excuse through which they can voice their rejection of this system?

If the demonstrators truly believe that they can bring change through within this regime by bringing Mousavi to power they will be very disappointed when they realize that Mousavi endorses the foundations of this terrorist regime and will only bring cosmetic changes rather than uprooting the rotten system which has thrived on the Iranian nation's wealth and keeping them in the dark/isolated for the past 30 years.

What I truly hope for is that the blood of innocent Iranians has not been shed because of this criminal Seyed Mir-Hossein Mousavi, and the infighting occuring between different factions within the terrorist Islamic system. I truly hope that people have reached a level of awareness where they see that there is no space for fundamental change within this regime and that they need to bring this regime down and hold a free and fair referendum on the future political system of Iran. I hope that people are not risking their lives for reform, which is a road already tried with the Islamic Republic's smiling mullah Khatami, but that people are fighting for freedom and democracy - to have their human rights restored and respected by a government elected by the people for the people.

Tens of peaceful demonstrators have been shot point-blank or knifed to death by the Islamic Republic's paramilitary force, the "Basij", consisting of foreign merceneries and brainwashed and illiterate religious zelots people from rural areas. Reports from people on the scene confirm that many of these merceneries are Arabs imported from Iraq, Palestine, & Syria with no emotional ties to Iran/Iranians and who won't hesitate to crackdown on the demonstrations in the most savage of ways that they have been trained in. There are many disturbing videos that have been uploaded on youtube and elsewhere in the past few days showing Basiji's, riot police, and members of the various branches belonging to the Islamic Republic's Revolutionary Guard mercilessly attacking defenseless people in the streets (men, women, elderly) and breaking into peoples' homes and beating them for no reasons whatsoever. Hundreds of people across the country have sustained injuries and hospitals continue to receive a steady flow of casualties and injured people. There were reports that hospitals across the country had been given orders by the government not to treat injured Iranians which the regime refers to as "thugs, troublemakers, and hoodlums".

With orders now having been given to the Islamic Republic's security forces to use maximum force the demonstrators will have no choice but to get armed in order to defend themselves and their compatriots who are fighting for their basic rights - their human rights - which this terrorist and anti-Iranian regime has denied them since its inception 30 years ago.

Despite the bloodshed and violence the demonstrations keep growing larger as people find the courage to fight back against the people who are suppressing them and killing their compatriots.

Two of the notable slogans heard on the streets of Iran today are:

DEATH TO THE DICTATOR!
I WILL KILL WHOEVER KILLED MY BROTHER!

6 comments:

TIRDAD GHARIB said...

MY DEAR FELLOW IRANNIAN STUDENTS MY HEART GOES OUT TO YOU AND I WANT YOU ALL TO KNOW THAT OUTSIDE OF IRAN WE HAVE ALL WORKED HARD TO OVERTHROW THE FACCIST REGIME OF THE MOLlAHS FOR YOU AND WE SUUPORT YOUR ACTION AGIANST ALL THE TERRORIST BASIJ AND MOLLAHS GOD BLESS YOUR HAEART AND SOUL IN MY PARERS Tirdad

ben said...

DEATH TO DICTATOR
DEATH TO KHAMENEI {MURDERER}
DEATH TO AHMADINEJAD

THESE MERDERERS WILL DO ANYTHING TO HOLD ON TO POWER .
THEY KILL INECENT PEOPLE .
LONG LIVE DEMOCRACY .
MY HART GOES OUT FOR THE INECENT PEOPLE THAT ARE DYING IN BEUTIFUL IRAN .

Red S Tater said...

I follow your blog and appreciate your honesty and reports from Iran on the protests. We are all watching here in America hoping the people can sustain their march to freedom.

I will re-post some of your reports at my blog. God speed.

Aryamehr said...

Red S Tater,

Thanks for spreading the news about the horrible crimes against humanity that are taking place in Iran.

Natalie said...

Aryamehr -- thank you for your informative and insightful blog. I am an Iranian-American and am curious as to your thoughts on other nations speaking out against these crimes. Everyone looks to see America's reaction, but we are damned if we do and damned if we don't. We are always the "Great Satan." Now, I would like to know why Iran's surrounding Arab neighbors, who conveniently align themselves with their "Muslim brothers and sisters" when it suits their purposes, are remaining quiet here.

Aryamehr said...

Hi Natalie,

Thanks for your comments. As I put it in my latest entry the international community needs to give both moral and concrete support to the Iranian people - its nice when someone condemns the violence perpetrated by the Islamic Republic on Iranians but this will hardly help the Iranian people in defending themselves and fighting against this oppressive regime. The international community needs to cut political/economical ties with the Islamic Republic and completely isolate themselves in any way which allows the Islamic Republic to stay in power for another day. The Islamic Republic's interest sections and embassies across the world need to be closed down and the criminals/spies that operate from these centres expelled. Severe sanctions need to be imposed on the Islamic Republic in order to cripple the regime's sources of income (foreign trade). These are just a few things I can think of on top of my head. Words of support might slightly boost the morale of Iranians but it won't help them fight a regime which can impose itself by funding mercenary forces with Iran's billions of $'s in oil money.

As for the neighbouring Arab countries, to the best of my knowledge, none have supported the Islamic Republic because of two principal threats posed to them by the regime:

1) Exporting the Islamic Republic's "SHIITE Islamic Revolution" to their predominantly SUNNI countries

2) The threat which the Islamic Republic's nuclear weapons programme poses to them

Although they don't care much for the Iranian people I do believe that they would like nothing more than the removal of this regime.