Iran’s opposition MEK are paving the way for a new democratic revolution
Months have passed since the start of the current conflict in Iran between the oppressive regime and the brave people. The world has taken notice of the bravery and tenacity of the Iranian people. The Western media has purposefully or accidentally ignored previous demonstrations and generations, inaccurately portraying them as being without a leader and claiming that the new Iranian generation’s ideas are the only ones driving them.Iran is no exception to the rule that no nation’s history has seen change without conflict between multiple generations. The regime has shed blood and committed atrocities against the Iranian people since stealing the nation and the 1979 revolution from their legitimate owners.
Between 1980 and 1988, the most heinous mass murders occurred. The massacre of more than 30,000 political prisoners in the summer of 1988 was the pinnacle of the regime’s brutality.Since then, the regime has consistently crushed protests, killing thousands more unarmed civilians. The regime murdered a number of protesters during the 1994 Qazvin protests, whereas the regime murdered over 1,500 protesters during the November 2019 protests.
According to a recent rare statement made by one of the regime’s elements, documentary filmmaker Javad Mogoi, who is close to the office of the regime’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei, “only 400,000 families of executed political prisoners are currently residing in Tehran”. He also claimed that “these families had played a significant role in the recent uprisings.”
His account’s narrative and unbiased observations about the protests were published daily in the state-run Aftab-e Yazd newspaper. During the protests, Mogoi was allegedly beaten and taken into custody by Basij forces loyal to the regime.
“I arrived at Revolution Square,” he explained. ” The Basij, special unit, police, and plainclothes Revolutionary Guardsmen are among the forces that go far beyond the pedestrians. I visited the “Esm Ketab” shop. To sum up these ten days, Ali Rekab sat down and said, Javad! These are people, oh no. Last night, two girls were being beaten by the Basijis. They beat them while cursing at them.”
“I said, ‘It’s not like that everywhere,” Mogoi continued. ” There are 400,000 families of Mojahedin Khalq members who were executed in Tehran. Some people conduct themselves entirely professionally on the job. They are structured.”
The darkest chapter in Iranian history has come to an end thanks to their sacrifice and resistance.The new Iranian generation has chosen to seek vengeance for the martyred people’s blood in their fight for freedom, following in the footsteps of previous generations. This revolution has leaders as well as roots.
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