If the execution of insurgents turns out to be the work of the Islamic Republic, then I would like to commend them for heeding my advice, although I would urge them to unleash overwhelmingly vicious force before this year comes to a close.
But if the Iranians are telling the truth, and had no part in the deaths of two protesters, then I hate to say it, but they may have begun to run out of time.
All of this would mean that (((foreign influences))) have at last decided to follow Ukraine’s template, and essentially sacrifice random Goyim in order to turn both the native population and the wider world against the legitimate government.
And trust me, the forces you’re seeing at work here are not incompetent when it comes to sowing revolutions – they have this down to a science on even the social media fronts.
At least two people taking part in pro- and anti-government rallies in Iran were killed overnight, local media reported, citing officials. These are the first fatalities attributed to the recent mass protests.
The deaths were reported in the city of Doroud (Dorud), 325 kilometers southwest of Tehran, in Iran’s western Lorestan Province, the semi-official Mehr News Agency reported. The unauthorized rally ignited clashes, Habibollah Khojastepour, the security deputy of Lorestan’s governor, told the agency, adding that two protesters were killed in the clashes.
“The gathering was to be ended peacefully, but due to the presence of the [agitators], unfortunately, this happened,”Khojastepour said. The official did not specify the causes of the deaths, adding that “no bullets were shot from police and security forces at the people.”
Well, perhaps you need to start utilizing bullets of the metallic variety – you’re dealing with crowds numbering in the hundreds right now, but too much leniency and they’ll soon swell into the thousands.
The ongoing protests across Iran started on Thursday as a demonstration against soaring food prices and unemployment, snowballing into the biggest anti-government movement in eight years.
Speaking to state TV, Khojastehpour said that those killed in Doroud were targeted by foreign agents, not the police, Reuters reports. “We have found evidence of enemies of the revolution, Takfiri [Sunni extremists] groups and foreign agents in this clash.”
If this is true, then you have the just cause to send the Revolutionary Guard into the crowds with the full intention of cutting them down like blades of grass.
End this attempt to demonstrate “civility,” and liquidate the enemies of the state – foreign opinion isn’t going to change all that much from what it already is, so handle business.
On Sunday, Iran’s interior minister warned that “violence, fear and terror” will be battled following the third consecutive night of unrest. “Those who damage public property, disrupt the order and break the law must be responsible for their behaviour and pay the price,” Abdolrahman Rahmani Fazli said on state television, as cited by AFP.
I hope you meant, “ultimate price” when you made this statement, Mr. Fazli, because without swift and cold reprisals, these insurrections will only grow stronger.
And you can bet that if there isn’t any outside aid being given as of yet (I’m guessing the odds are like 0.02%), then you can bet that help will certainly be on the way.
Just look at the social media of our regime – it’s inevitable.