MEK: Fall of Iran Regime Imminent
The People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), and the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), reported that the theocratic regime’s longstanding supporters and bulwarks against Western sanctions, there are signs that the two superpowers are becoming tired of their Iranian allies.
Campaign of super-tough sanctions on the mullahs in 2018
Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin were strong advocates of Barack Obama’s fundamentally flawed nuclear agreement with Iran. When President Donald Trump imposed his “maximum pressure” campaign of super-tough sanctions on the mullahs in 2018, he unilaterally shredded the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or JCPOA.
Trump accused the mullahs of repeatedly breaking the deal, as well as terrible human rights violations in Iran and the exportation of terror and proxy wars throughout the Middle East and the world, which were all accurate. The regime responded by speeding up its uranium enrichment program to more than 60% purity, just short of weapons grade.
Hostility from Iran’s elderly supreme leader
In a panic, newly elected US President Joe Biden vowed to resurrect the nuclear deal but was met with an impenetrable wall of obfuscation and hostility from Iran’s elderly supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who demanded the immediate lifting of all sanctions as a condition for resuming the JCPOA.
Negotiations on reviving the nuclear deal have halted
Negotiations on reviving the nuclear deal have halted following the faux election of renowned executioner Ebrahim Raisi as president of Iran. Raisi has been sanctioned by the United States for a series of human rights abuses. He has openly boasted about his role in the “death commission,” which oversaw the massacre of over 30,000 political detainees in the summer of 1988. The majority of individuals killed, including many teens and even pregnant women, were People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran) members.
The mullahs appealed to China and Russia for help
The mullahs appealed to China and Russia for help in healing Iran’s crumbling economy. Both countries have signed major economic cooperation deals with the religious dictatorship, but the hoped-for relief from severe Western sanctions has yet to materialize. In fact, the inverse has happened.
China was one of the first countries to pull its funding from oil, gas, automobile, and road and rail projects after Trump imposed new sanctions on Iran. Companies with international contracts in China do not want to be sanctioned by the United States. Beijing has also restricted the mullahs’ financial resources. Around $40 billion in Iranian assets is believed to have been frozen in at least five countries, with China accounting for at least half of the total.
Trade between Iran and Russia
Trade between Iran and Russia has been in a similar scenario. Despite the fact that the two countries agreed to a trade pact worth more than $25 billion, the real amount is less than $2 billion, which is scarcely relevant.
The mullahs’ financial difficulties have brought an end to their days of venal corruption, in which they enriched themselves at the expense of their 83 million people. The coronavirus outbreak, which has got out of control, is the best example of this.
The mullahs have spent more than $16 billion in Syria
According to analysts, the mullahs have spent more than $16 billion in Syria to support President Bashar al-horrific Assad’s civil war. The cost of backing Yemen’s Houthi rebels, Lebanon’s terrorist Hezbollah, Iraq’s cruel Shi’ia militias, and Gaza’s Hamas is a constant drain on reserves and personnel.
Raisi will inherit a country that has been brought to its knees by 42 years of corruption, repression, terrorism, and war-mongering when he takes office on Tuesday.
Khuzestan is engulfed in flames
Following severe water shortages, the vast province of Khuzestan is engulfed in flames, with major street protests now in their third week. Protests have arisen across Iran in support of the Khuzestan Arabs, who have been subjected to a brutal crackdown involving tear gas, shrapnel, and live bullets, which has resulted in numerous deaths and injuries.
After China and Russia’s actions, the mullah’s overthrown becomes more evident. Instead of trying to appease the cruel regime, now is the time for the West to support the Iranian people.