Iranian regime deliberately poisoning schoolgirls in psychological warfare campaign
The regime’s primary responsibility, according to reports, is centered on legitimizing and bolstering its own wrongdoing, corruption, theft, crime, and human rights violations.Recent reports indicate that the regime has been deliberately poisoning schoolgirls as part of its psychological warfare campaign. The aim is to desensitize the population to the prevalence of crime, poverty, and class inequality and to quell any potential uprisings.
The regime is also accused of using public executions to normalize criminal behavior and instill a sense of dread and apprehension among the population. The deliberate proliferation of addiction and poverty is also being used to suppress the voices of young people and quell their aspirations for a better life and greater freedoms.
Reports indicate that the regime has been propagating racial and ethnic inequalities to deflect public attention away from their own corrupt and thieving behavior. The 2022 nationwide protests, which were predominantly led by women, have prompted the regime to continue the poisoning of schoolgirls as a means of desensitizing the population and instilling a sense of dread and apprehension regarding the safety and well-being of their children.
In the face of such animosity towards a nation, the most effective approach is to persist with protests and resistance. It is the obligation and accountability of every individual, irrespective of gender, to act and tackle this situation. This is the only viable remedy to prevent the further perpetuation of the poisoning of innocent schoolchildren and to emancipate the nation from the poverty and malevolence that this regime has imposed upon them.
The regime’s strategy of normalizing degenerate behavior, criminality, and human rights violations must be condemned by the international community. It is imperative that the international community takes action to ensure that the regime is held accountable for its crimes and that the people of Iran are protected from its malevolent disposition.
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