Iran’s only enemy is the clerical regime
In response to the ongoing protests over the past three months, the Iranian regime has used its entire propaganda machine to portray freedom-loving Iranians as “waging war against God” or “moharebeh” by confronting the regime. To punish a “moharebeh,” Article 282 empowers the judge to hand out one of the four specified punishments at his own discretion: Death by hanging, crucifixion, amputation of the right hand and left foot, or banishment.
Another charge leveled against the people, especially in Kurdistan and Sistan, and Baluchestan is that they are “separatists.”Given the nature of this regime, who is the true separatist, and does it pose a genuine threat to Iran? The solution is straightforward. Feeling threatened, it abruptly changed colour and became a patriot, raising concerns about the country’s unity and unity.
For instance, in a September 29 interview with Tasnim, one of its members stated regarding separatism that “the government and the media should talk about the reality of this danger for the country. In this context, the government is not the main subject, it is Iran. Iran is the most common issue among us Iranians with all the differences in choices.”
While it has been demonstrated over the last four decades that this has been most detrimental to the country’s unity, he deceptively wants to divert attention away from the regime and toward a minor issue: Separatism, cloaked as national unity. Even though there is no sign of Iran in the logo of its Revolutionary Guards (IRGC), we can clearly see that its last concern is the unity of Iran. The IRGC’s name appears in the regime’s constitution but there is no mention of Iran.
Another question is what kind of disaster Iran would face if it were occupied by a foreign country that has not yet occurred. The Caspian Sea, the Persian Gulf, and the port of Chabahar have all been put up for auction to other nations. They committed to a 25-year deal with China that is so detrimental to the nation that some of its leaders have compared it to the infamous Turkmenchay Treaty.
Which separatists gave Lebanon and Venezuela free fuel? Which foreign nation spends $20 to $30 billion to maintain Bashar al-rule Assad’s by employing Arab and Afghan citizens as mercenaries and sending them to intervene in Syria? Where does its massive suppression machine come from? Is it anything other than the capitals of these people?
They chanted, “Kurdistan is not alone, Baluchestan supports it,” and “Kurds and Baluchis are brothers who despise the supreme leader.”Ultimately, there are no enemies outside of Iran and no hostility between Iranian nationalities and ethnic groups. The only enemy is this regime.