MEK Iran: Mullahs Regime Warn of Imminent Uprising
When there is a dispute between the people and the ruling government, on the other hand, crises have their own unique results. This fact is all too clear when looking at Iran’s ruling clerical hierarchy. In other words, in every demonstration and rebellion, popular requests rapidly morph into calls for ‘death to Khamenei’ and the government’s overthrow, and from the regime’s standpoint, a security issue, because economic demands swiftly morph into calls for ‘death to Khamenei’ and regime overthrow.
In the current scenario, we absolutely need calm, security, empathy… more than ever,” the regime’s Judiciary Chief Gholam-Hossein Mohseni Ejei declared in a broadcast by the state-run TV New Channel on January 27 of the meeting of the Administrative Council of Khorasan Province.
Despite the fact that he is well aware that the Iranian people’s problems are caused by the regime, he deceptively blamed international powers, saying, “Our ill-wishers, our enemies, hope that they will make people’s lives miserable and poison their minds with economic and psychological pressures, as well as some social issues.”Despite these routine remarks by regime officials and mullahs, clearly ordered by the regime’s supreme commander, the state-run Aftab newspaper warned on January 26 that the growing socioeconomic divide “increases the potential of civil upheaval and outbreaks of anger.”
The state-run Arman newspaper cautioned that the administration “had no solution out of the current predicament and crises,” adding that this “would generate security concerns,” after studying the regime’s president Ebrahim Raisi’s hollow promises.
“Corruption in Iran’s economy has increased, inequality, class difference, public discontent, budget deficit, and wastage of financial resources has worsened,” the state-run daily Etemad said on January 27.
Regime officials were warned about the situation the regime has created in an interview with specialists in the Jahan Sanat daily. “Experience has demonstrated that Iran’s social, political, economic, and cultural situations are always advancing in the opposite direction of the people’s interests, and the government’s activities are targeted at destroying society and the people,” the article stated.
“The country’s officials do not appear to understand what they are doing,” the newspaper added. The authorities are either making judgments unconsciously or consciously, in which case we must conclude that their activities are unquestionably in their own interests, to the detriment of the people and society.”
“When we look at the 2022 budget bill, some figures are misplaced,” one of the regime’s MPs, Ahmad Naderi, the Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Education Commission, said on January 30, according to the state-run daily Khabar Online. “For example, in the subject of allocating funds to treat social ills, only a tiny percentage has been allocated to this area, or the government has made a mistake in the vital and sensitive issue of preferred currency. I warn that if these practices continue, we will see major societal upheavals in 2022.”
Momeni: “According to the Court of Audit’s data… you can earn twice the 2022 budget by closing part of financial corruption channels” This is while the regime is constantly claiming that budget deficits and economic problems are due to sanctions.