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Many of the regime’s economic experts are sounding the alarm about the dangers of having no effective economic plan, which could lead to a revolting society.
The president of the Iranian regime, Ebrahim Raisi, unveiled a 7000-page economic plan for the following four years just before taking office. It appears that this program has been lost ten months after Raisi’s inauguration because there is no sign of it in Iran’s faltering economy. Many of the regime’s economic experts are sounding the alarm about the dangers of having no effective economic plan, which could lead to a revolting society. But it appears that the regime has other priorities, like suppressing public demonstrations.
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“While Raisi was celebrating his first year in office, protesters across the country were chanting, “Raisi, you liar!” “Where did your promises go?”
“The people wanted us to fight poverty, corruption, and discrimination,” regime president Ebrahim Raisi said to a group of regime loyalists in Varamin on June 18, the anniversary of the sham presidential elections of 2021. In the same speech, he claimed, “We remain loyal to our commitments.
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Thousands of political opponents have been executed so far, and the mullahs’ assassination machine is still at work.
The Iranian people experienced limited freedom in the first two years following the overthrow of the Shah’s dictatorship. Soon after, the new clerical regime’s policies and behavior, as introduced by its founder Ruhollah Khomeini, began to shift at a rapid pace. The style and rhetoric of these policies and behaviors were unlike anything seen during the Shah’s dictatorial reign. Khomeini, and then his successor Ali Khamenei, continued the Shah’s policies of restricting freedom of expression, arresting, imprisoning, and torturing his opponents, which had been briefly interrupted by the revolution. Thousands of political opponents have been executed so far, and the mullahs’ assassination machine is still at work.
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These reports boasted about a “hundreds of kilometers underground” drone nest. This base is in “northwest Iran,” according to the regime’s state television, and “our cameraman was not allowed to enter the base.”
Iran’s state television aired a propaganda film on May 27 depicting the country’s so-called “313 strategic drone headquarters.” The rattling came amid ongoing protests in many Iranian cities, as well as several operations against regime officials and military sites, and was meant to project a hollow show of power. Many Iranian outlets reported that Mohammad Bagheri, the regime’s Armed Forces Chief of Staff, had visited the “secretive” and highly “secured” drone headquarters just hours before Tehran’s ridiculous antics.
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Iran’s Social Security Organization retirees and pensioners staged a nationwide protest in less than a day, calling out regime officials.
All officials, from Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei to military commanders in rural villages, expressed concern about ongoing protests in Iran on June 5, the death anniversary of the Iranian regime’s founder, Ruhollah Khomeini. Their carefully scripted remarks revealed the regime’s fear of a tumultuous society and the impact of the Iranian opposition, the People’s Mojahedin of Iran (PMOI/MEK) on domestic affairs.
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Khamenei said, according to state-run media. “The government is the one that has been addressed.”
Ali Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader, suggested some actions to improve the country’s disastrous economy during a meeting with members of the Iranian regime’s parliament. “The composition of the budget is still not corrected,”
“The 2022 budget was presented without much change in the budgeting system and like previous years,” the state-run daily Afkar News wrote on December 22, 2021. This is a budget that has major flaws and is incompatible with upstream legislation.”
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Kodai was previously the Deputy Minister of Research and Technology Development of the Defense Industries Organization, as per the Defa Press’ website, which is affiliated with the regime’s Ministry of Defense.
Colonel Hassan Sayad Khodai, one of the senior commanders of the Iranian regime’s Quds Force, was shot dead in Tehran on the evening of May 22. Kodai was born in 1972 and grew up in Miyaneh, in the province of East Azerbaijan. In 1987, when he was still in his teens, he joined the regime’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC). According to the state-run Nasim news agency, “Colonel Khodai was in charge of transferring missile technology to Hezbollah in Lebanon.”
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Iran’s dangerous air pollution and haze problem appear to be part of a global crisis at first glance, but a closer examination reveals the mullahs’ fingerprints.
The city lights are dim, making it difficult to see more than a few meters ahead, and sounds of coughing reverberate down the street. Due to dangerous levels of air pollution, many schools and workshops have recently been closed. Climate change has impacted every country on the planet, including Iran. Iran’s dangerous air pollution and haze problem appear to be part of a global crisis at first glance, but a closer examination reveals the mullahs’ fingerprints. Iran’s state-run media reported on May 17 that the country’s air quality control agency had declared Tehran to be “the world’s most polluted city today.”
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Hundreds of thousands of prisoners, particularly political prisoners, have been tortured, executed, or murdered as a result of this organization’s mistreatment and deprivation.
On Saturday, May 21, defiant youths attacked the headquarters of the clerical regime’s Prisons Organization, located west of Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison. The building’s entrance was set on fire during this daring act, which was carried out despite the tight security. Earlier this month, the Security and Counterterrorism Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) released thousands of classified documents related to the regime’s Prisons Organization, including the names of over 33,000 personnel, heads, interrogators, intelligence agents, and executioners, as well as 22,000 photographs of them, in a major five-day campaign that began on May 22.
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The state-run daily Jahan-e Sanat wrote recently. “For government officials, the people’s poverty is a divine gift. Powerful people are also the ones holding the country hostage.”
Iran’s economy is on the verge of collapsing. The Iranian regime is facing major political obstacles as a result of the country’s economic crises, which have reached a point beyond repair. Problems are becoming more prevalent, congested, and incurable. Therefore, the regime will face new social upheavals, this time led by hungry people. According to the regime’s media, this situation is the result of “expanding government influence over the past four decades.”