MEK: Iranian protesters have nothing to lose
In an interview, Mohamad Sadegh Koushki, a former political prisoner integrator with strong ties to the IRGC, cautioned that the MEK’s activities are concentrated on “psychological warfare” and “on sowing despair among various sectors of society.”Over 2,000 people working for the MEK in the Tirana camp, the capital of Albania, are engaged in these activities. He told the government-run news agency IBNA that these people are active online, particularly on Instagram, Twitter, and Telegram.
The warning comes as anti-regime protests are spreading daily in Iran and any public protests turn political targeting the highest officials of the regime. In the meantime, on June 12, the official newspaper Didban-e Iran published an editorial warning that “Protesters are no longer afraid of anything” and criticizing the bill “Granting security forces the right to use weapons at rallies,” stating that such actions will have “severe consequences.”
This sends out a terrible message and gives people in society a reason to feel insecure. In other words, people decided to arm the unarmed forces as well because they fear that the protests will spread and become impossible to control.
“This news was spread at a time when society is facing numerous crises so that those who are already struggling would have something else to worry about and would not have the chance to speak out against the situation, which would undoubtedly have serious repercussions. People do not protest out of satiety, and everyone should remember this. People lose their fear of everything when they protest.
Discussing the hardships created for the Iranian people, the state-run daily Sharq wrote in their June 13 publication, “Some speculations about fuel prices have suggested that the collection of fuel cards from station officials has fueled rumors of an increase in gasoline. This is the question of many who are now faced with strange announcements. Announcements were installed at some gas stations stating that fuel cards from station officials have been collected. But government officials have given conflicting explanations for this, and now they have created the suspicion that the government is probably planning a secret gasoline plan.”
They further stated, “They (the people) refer to the experience of November 2019 and say that despite all the denials, the price of gasoline suddenly increased 1.5 to three times, and on November 22, 2019, President Hassan Rouhani said that I, like the people realized on Friday morning, that the price of gasoline had changed.”
All things considered, one can draw the conclusion that what the regime terms the “assassination of the mind” and “assassination of hope” actually refers to the Iranian people’s “no longer fear of anything” in the face of the criminal mullahs who have been repressing them for years.
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