State media warns

MEK Iran: State Media Warns About Imminent Anti-Government Protests

State media warns

The (PMOI / MEK Iran) and their network in Iran are mobilizing people to restore their rights.

Over the past few years in Iran, there has been an increasing number of protests and anti-government demonstrations. In the past three years, there have been three major uprisings. The people are restless and they want regime change.

This is terrifying the Iranian regime because it knows that the people are determined to achieve their goal. Despite the regime’s horrifically brutal reaction to the protests that erupted in November last year, the people made it clear that they would continue to voice their dissent. More than 1,500 protesters were killed, and thousands more injured, and even more arrested, which was announced by the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran) on December 15, 2019.

State media is reporting on the explosive situation in the country and it is warning that a new wave of protests is on the horizon. Many of the major protests and anti-government demonstrations over the past few years have been sparked off by economic problems. Although it appears that the grievances of the people are economic-related, the issues run much deeper, as can be seen when the people protest.

The People Mujahedin-e Khalq (PMOI / MEK Iran) and their network in Iran called MEK resistance units are mobilizing people to restore their rights.

The Arman publication wrote a few days ago that looking back to previous protests, the main area of concern is within the poorer parts of society. It acknowledged that the economic pressures faced by the poorer people in Iran are “unbearable”. It said that there could be some very serious security and social consequences for the regime if the people “lose their tolerance”.

During the past few months, the MEK’s networks inside Iran called MEK resistance units played an important role to form and direct those growing protests.

More and more people in Iran are falling into absolute poverty and this is a direct consequence of the regime’s mismanagement and corruption. But on top of this, the people face many more difficulties including lack of freedom in many areas of their lives, poor social infrastructure, and so on.

In this regard, the Ebtekar publication wrote that  “the social and national challenges have become so diverse and massive that any justification or trick can no longer conceal them”. It said that the regime’s inefficiency has left the people with no prospects. The same publication also pointed out that the regime prioritizes its “grip on power” over the people and their genuine hardships.

Speaking about the increasing international pressure that the regime is under, the state-run Siasat-e Rouz publication mentioned the statement by 47 countries on the human rights violations committed by the Iranian regime. The statement, led by the European Union, shows that the international community is not prepared to let these violations go unnoticed. Siasat-e Rouz wrote that this human rights statement could be “preparing the ground for further agreements like [the] JCPOA” to target other areas of concern such as the ballistic missile program.

Maryam Rajavi President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI): Today, not only the freedom of the people of Iran but their very lives and health, and the country’s economy and existence depends on the overthrow of the clerical regime. Likewise, global and regional peace and security and confronting natural disasters depend on regime change in Iran.

The Iranian regime’s belligerence will continue for as long as it goes unchallenged. In fact, the regime’s survival depends on the export of terrorism, fundamentalism, and the suppression of dissent at home.

There are certainly more protests and anti-government demonstrations on the horizon and there is nothing the regime can do to stop them. Its violent suppression of protesters is only making the people more determined to make their voices heard.

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