MEK Iran: Khamenei Lied on Vaccines
With the development of the coronavirus, Iran’s government caused suffering and misery to the people with the intent of quelling their outrage. Despite its plan for an inverse reaction, it is now facing a strong and angry reaction from the public. The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (PMOI / MEK Iran), reported that the coronavirus death toll in 547 cities surpasses 378,300.
The regime’s supreme leader as the perpetrator
State media, in various forms, point to the regime’s supreme leader as the perpetrator and decision-maker who has sparked this catastrophe.
These media channels all use terminology like “accountable,” “government officials,” and “bosses.” to refer to the supreme leader in an indirect way. One blames the spread of the coronavirus on “ideological views,” another on “officials’ betrayal of words,” another on “officials’ view of domestic and foreign policies,” and still another on “public lies.”
Letter of 357 University Professors
At the very least, they’re all after Ali Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader. This is a confession about a scenario that has spiraled out of control.
According to the “Letter of 357 University Professors to Government Officials,” the regime’s priorities and thoughts on the coronavirus, which has caused such a catastrophe, were published in the state-run Sharq newspaper on August 15:
“Accept that public health is more important than political and economic considerations.” When dealing with this sickness, stay away from unscientific, ideological, and political viewpoints.”
The greatest betrayal of the people
They have committed the greatest betrayal of the people by manipulating words and twisting their true meanings. From Ruhollah Khomeini to Ali Khamenei, this has been a tactic of hypocrisy and demagoguery. The situation has deteriorated to the point where the media is being obliged to express their displeasure with it.
“By manipulating words and removing their original meaning, our officials betrayed them. People now understand that when a person uses immorality and falsehoods to quell the craving for power and fame in order to gain high positions, the term “serving the people” has no meaning other than deception and hypocrisy, thanks to the internet and increasing awareness of the country’s plight.
They lost the public’s trust and legitimacy
Officials recognize that if they create hundreds of new phrases and terms every day, they will lose the public’s trust and legitimacy,” the state-run newspaper Mostaghel wrote on August 1.
As previously noted, the coronavirus outbreak drove many officials and the media to condemn this method, despite the fact that the virus makes no distinctions and that everyone is in danger. They exposed the regime’s president’s lies, and now they’re exposing the regime’s lies about the coronavirus import.
Officials have repeatedly lied about vaccines
“Officials have repeatedly stated that those domestic vaccines will be mass-produced by the end of February or the beginning of May, and that surplus domestic vaccines will be exported abroad.
On one occasion, the Red Crescent returned to the airport 150,000 doses of vaccination supplied by Iranians living overseas. According to the State-run daily on August 14, “authorities prevented the entry of about 23 million doses of vaccine into the country by the end of March.”
The regime is geared to create crises
The regime is geared to create crises, one of which is the coronavirus, which arose from the “way officials see internal and foreign policies.”
“As long as the attitude of officials towards domestic and foreign policies turns on the same heel; Undoubtedly, from the day after the end of the coronavirus, whenever it is over, another tragedy will be created for the people,” Hamdeli warned on August 15.
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