Sunday, June 21, 2009

Iranians take up arms against the occupational Islamic Republic

Iranians are starting to get armed in order to defend themselves and their compatriots against the savage security forces of the Islamic Republic. It's only a question of time when this will escalate and more and more people realize that they cannot fight bullets with their fists.

Reports from people on the scene state that numerous transport planes have landed in Iran filled with Basijis (brainwashed religious zelouts) from the Lebanese Hezbollah and Palestinian Hamas and Venezuelan anti-riot police (courtesy of AhmadiNejad's close friendship with the Hugo Chavez!). "The reason such forces are being brought in is that some of the Iranian police are unwilling to hit people as ordered and some are even joining the protesters" (Source #2)

Last night the natural gas line going into a Basij Headquarter, located in Eastern Tehran, was set on fire which consequently resulted in the building being blown up. The Basij had locked themselves in the building once they couldn't withstand the Iranian freedom fighters - at least 5 of these Basij animals were disposed of in this action. The below clip captures footage of the blown up building (at 0:05 you see the building going up in flares to the right of the screen):



khodavand shoma daneshjouhaneh azizeh irani ra as shareh in khameneii Ahmadinejad basisjihayeh kahenn raha kahad kard va ma hameh ba shoma azizanim akhondayeh bisharaf ra be choubeh dar bayad keshid javid iranniany ke rikhatand dar khiaban zedeh in akoundya va basijihaye kasifehh najessee bisharaf be hameye basijiha ekhtar midaham dast bar darin as kosHtareh iranianeh massoum va bigonah shoma basijiyan ro man douneh douneh aksatouno daram va doroud bar iranianeh dokhtar va pessaryae ma ke engellab kardand ma inja ba shomaiim ta abad..khamneii and Ahmadinejad And All the Monsters Bassiji you will get your justice soon behind bars.kareh basijiha tamumeh, zendehabad mellateh iran,

FearlessDream said...

You are doing wonderful work here! I have been following your blog for some time now. I hope for a free and democratic Iran very soon and that Neda's death will bring life to Freedom in Iran.

Anonymous said...

To be successful in Iran:
There are a number of things that need to be done if the protestors are to be successful.
Things to be assumed:
It must be assumed that the Chinese are advising the Iranian government on how to quell the protests as they have close relations with the Iranian government, are invested in it staying in power and keeping a legitimate democracy out of Iran, and are the experts when it comes to controlling the will of a nation. They have most likely schooled the IRI in how to control in-coming and out-going access to the world via satellite and the internet. Now the IRI is learning how to identify people through phone, internet, and use of other technologies that are being used to keep the flow of information going to the outside world. The Chinese have, no doubt, told them to avoid casualties and to keep tanks off the street, a mistake that they made in 1989. They are instead to arrest as many as they can for incarceration without allowing contact with family. The idea is to reduce your numbers, make you grow weary of the fight and start yearning for some normalcy.
Things to avoid:
Protestors must avoid going to the hospital.
Authorities are camping out at the hospitals to arrest all who come in with injuries. This is in an effort to control those who would continue demonstrating. Many of those who are going to the hospital are near the front of the demonstration and have been hurt because they possess the boldness to face the police and other agents of the government. Instead of going to the hospital, citizens must set up first aid centers which should be as invisible as possible to the government.
Protestors must avoid being arrested at all costs.
Once you’ve been arrested, there is little chance that you will see your loved ones for quite a long time. Neither can you aid the cause for which you are fighting. To avoid being arrested, there are a few things that you can do. Back away when the number of police is too large. Be organized and act as one if there is to be a skirmish with the police. Should there be an altercation, demonstrators must work in unison to subdue the police, strip them of all of their weapons and protective gear, and possibly render them incapable of rejoining the ranks. When they attack, protestors must descend upon them en masse.
Moving onto more serious actions, the protestors could also try to take over the prisons and release the political prisoners. Other government facilities could be crippled as well. Making the prisons functionally disabled could change the tide, but it may also force the government to use live fire and bring out the tanks.
How the outside world can help:
Well, we can’t go there to demonstrate with them. Making declarations of solidarity or accusations against the government emboldens the government by giving them an excuse to label these protests as something that they aren’t, a foreign conspiracy. Have you all seen the videos of Tehran at night when people are crying out “Allah’u’Akbar” (God is Great) in the middle of the night? Well, that’s how we support them. Designate one hour in which the people of the world should call out “Allah’u’Akbar”. This one word would have much more effect than a thousand words of support and condemnation. Having the citizens of the world cry out in unison would have such a transformational effect on Iran and the Muslim world as no one could imagine. It would bring more people out of their homes; it would embolden the protestors and make them fearless; it would make despotic regimes tremble.
One basic principle of development in foreign lands from better off nations is to avoid giving them what we think they want. Ask them what they need. Now calling out Allah’u’Akbar may seem foreign to many, but this would be the most powerful tool to help our fellows in Iran at this time.
Leonard A.

Tonto said...

It's about frickin' time! I have been waiting for the good people of Iran to come to their senses and develop the will to oppose the stupidities of "the black robes". Too bad that so many lives have been lost on the way to this point. God Bless the efforts of the good people of Iran....and let freedom ring in their country!

Winston said...

FYI: The guy is carrying a toy gun. He's a known 'majnoon' in Amirabad neighborhood. Just thought to let you know. :-)

Aryamehr said...


What does "majnoon" mean and how do we know this is a toy gun? If it's a toy gun is it carried just to scare off the IRI merceneries?