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“Liar Raisi, what happened to your promises”, “Raisi must get lost”, “High prices and inflation are the people’s agony”

Pensioners Continue Demonstrations and Strikes in Different Cities

“Liar Raisi, what happened to your promises”, “Raisi must get lost”, “High prices and inflation are the people’s agony”

“Liar Raisi, what happened to your promises”, “Raisi must get lost”, “High prices and inflation are the people’s agony” “Liar Raisi, what happened to your promises”, “Raisi must get lost”, “High prices and inflation are the people’s agony”.

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Iran's state media reported on May 28, that over 5,000 newborn babies had been discovered across the country in less than ten days.

Iran: People are selling their new-born babies to make ends meet

Iran's state media reported on May 28, that over 5,000 newborn babies had been discovered across the country in less than ten days.

Iran’s state media reported on May 28, that over 5,000 newborn babies had been discovered across the country in less than ten days.

 

Hundreds of heart-breaking videos of newborn infants abandoned on the streets in plastic bags in a dozen Iranian cities have recently circulated on social media. These babies were later transferred to local hospitals, but their fate is unknown. Iran’s state media reported on May 28, that over 5,000 newborn babies had been discovered across the country in less than ten days. This tragedy occurred during the approval and promotion of the so-called “Youth Population Plan” by the Iranian regime.

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During negotiations with the United Arab Emirates' Crescent Oil Company, the regime's then-oil officials were supposed to export Iranian gas to the country at a low price from the Salman oil fieldDuring negotiations with the United Arab Emirates' Crescent Oil Company, the regime's then-oil officials were supposed to export Iranian gas to the country at a low price from the Salman oil field

Regime’s crescent contract: another corruption case at the expense of the Iranian people

Bijan Zanganeh, the former oil minister for the regime's seventh, eighth, eleventh, and twelfth administrations, was present in the criminal court in relation to the Crescent case, according to a spokesman for the Iranian regime's judiciary.

Bijan Zanganeh, the former oil minister for the regime’s seventh, eighth, eleventh, and twelfth administrations, was present in the criminal court in relation to the Crescent case, according to a spokesman for the Iranian regime’s judiciary.

 

The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) and Crescent Petroleum are involved in a gas contract dispute. Negotiations began in 1997 and ended in 2001 with an ambiguous joint agreement. They agreed that for the next 25 years, the regime will transport Iranian gas from the Salman oil and gas field, which it shares with the UAE. Many of the regime’s media outlets have reported on a large amount of bribery in this case over the last few years, claiming that the Iranian people are suffering losses due to the extremely low price of the sold gas.

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Thousands of retirees and pensioners affiliated with the Social Security Organization protested for the third day on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in at least ten provinces.

Iran: Nationwide retirees protests continue for the sixth day in a row

Thousands of retirees and pensioners affiliated with the Social Security Organization protested for the third day on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in at least ten provinces.

Thousands of retirees and pensioners affiliated with the Social Security Organization protested for the third day on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in at least ten provinces.

 

For the sixth day in a row, Social Security retirees and pensioners rallied in several cities, protesting the government’s failure to respond to their outstanding demands regarding low wages and pensions, insurance issues, and poor living conditions. Demonstrations were reported in a number of cities, including Ahvaz, Kermanshah, Borujerd, Bandar Abbas, Sari, Isfahan, and Zanjan.

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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 failed sabre-rattling highlights the regime’s vulnerability

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."

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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Thousands of retirees and pensioners affiliated with the Social Security Organization protested for the third day on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in at least ten provinces.

Iran: Nationwide retirees protests continue for the third day in a row

Thousands of retirees and pensioners affiliated with the Social Security Organization protested for the third day on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in at least ten provinces.

Thousands of retirees and pensioners affiliated with the Social Security Organization protested for the third day on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in at least ten provinces.

 

Thousands of retirees and pensioners affiliated with the Social Security Organization protested for the third day on Wednesday, June 8, 2022, in at least ten provinces. Outside government buildings, retirees chanted “Death to [regime president Ebrahim] Raisi,” “Raisi; death to your deception,” and “We can only obtain our rights on the tarmac.” “Retirees rallied and marched in Tehran, Yazd, Ahvaz, Zanjan, Arak, Karaj, Kermanshah, Kerman, Rasht, and Khorramabad cities, protesting the regime’s plundering of their rights and indifference to their rightful demands,” the National Council of Resistance of Iran said.

 

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"Everyone is shocked at what has happened to Iran's economy," the Jahan-e Sanat added. "How can a country with so many resources and capabilities have such a dreadful economy?"

Iran: Regime’s destructive policies are driving Iranians to despair

The Iranian regime has accelerated the destruction of the country after more than 40 years of destruction under its current president, Ebrahim Raisi.

The Iranian regime has accelerated the destruction of the country after more than 40 years of destruction under its current president, Ebrahim Raisi.

 

While levels of destruction have reached the people’s basic necessities, such as bread and water, the regime no longer has the right to speak about development and progress. Famine is currently posing a threat to the country. Four decades of crippling two-digit inflation, the loss of capital and financial resources, national savings, and oil revenues have all but vaporized Iran’s various social classes. The impact of the destruction on medical treatment, health services, and people’s health is beyond comprehension.

 

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People in different cities of Iran took to the streets again on Tuesday night, May 31, in solidarity with the people of Abadan, southwest Iran, in mourning after the Metropol tower collapse on May 23 – Image from Fuladshahr, Isfahan province, central Iran - May 31, 2022

Iranians continue to demonstrate in support of the Abadan people across the country

People in different cities of Iran took to the streets again on Tuesday night, May 31, in solidarity with the people of Abadan, southwest Iran, in mourning after the Metropol tower collapse on May 23 – Image from Fuladshahr, Isfahan province, central Iran - May 31, 2022

People in different cities of Iran took to the streets again on Tuesday night, May 31, in solidarity with the people of Abadan, southwest Iran, in mourning after the Metropol tower collapse on May 23 – Image from Fuladshahr, Isfahan province, central Iran – May 31, 2022

 

On Tuesday, May 31, people in a number of cities took to the streets against the Iranian leadership for the seventh night in a row, as anti-regime protests spread across the country. These protests are being led by Abadan residents in memory of the at least 36 people killed when the city’s ten-story Metropol tower collapsed on May 23. Others were injured, according to reports, and dozens are still believed to be trapped beneath the rubble.

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No matter how bad the economy is in the rest of the country, the regime has dozens of covert and overt security organizations with billion-dollar budgets.

Police brutality in Iran is fuelling public opposition to the regime

No matter how bad the economy is in the rest of the country, the regime has dozens of covert and overt security organizations with billion-dollar budgets.

No matter how bad the economy is in the rest of the country, the regime has dozens of covert and overt security organizations with billion-dollar budgets.

 

Since the Iranian people overthrew the monarchy in 1979, the clerical regime has made it a point to preserve the main elements of the oppressive forces from Pahlavi’s secret police, the SAVAK. The clerics trained a new generation of repressive and intelligence organizations using the experienced cadres. Unlike any other security force in the free world, Iran’s police force is primarily charged with safeguarding the state, not the people. Iranians can never trust a fair judicial system to investigate, much less hold officers accountable, who use their badges for personal gain. Rather, this has become one of the primary motivators for people to join the ranks and stand out from the rest of the population who is struggling to make ends meet.

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The collapse of the Metropol building in Abadan coincided with the release of a painful video of an abandoned baby in a bin in Tehran.

Iran: Regime’s corruption is behind Iran’s fatal accidents

The collapse of the Metropol building in Abadan coincided with the release of a painful video of an abandoned baby in a bin in Tehran.

The collapse of the Metropol building in Abadan coincided with the release of a painful video of an abandoned baby in a bin in Tehran.

 

These two events demonstrate the magnitude of the regime’s corruption and looting of a wealthy country like Iran, as well as its people. The reality of the situation is that Iran has more than enough resources to prevent such bitter episodes from occurring, but none of the wealth reaches the Iranian people due to the Iranian regime’s politics. As a result, people are forced to live their lives in constant fear of the regime’s threats.

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