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Who is involved in the iranian protests

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posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 11:27 AM
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Let´s talk about the elephant in the room, the elephant nobody in the "good" west wants to see. Lets talk about an outside interference or attempted REGIME CHANGE, as a better known term for such actions.

Let´s talk about the SA backed, CIA trained and supported by France and Israel MEK/MOK/مجاهدين خلق Modschahedin-e Chalgh/OMPI, about the "People's Mujahedin of Iran"! english languaged wikipedia

Here comes the CIA part, missing in the english version(coincidentally... xD):

Im Rahmen von verdeckten Operationen soll das Verteidigungsministerium der Vereinigten Staaten durch die CIA verstärkt die Volksmodschahedin zur Destabilisierung des Irans unterstützen, indem sie nachrichtendienstliche Hilfe für gezielte Terroranschläge im Iran anbietet oder Mitglieder ausbildet.[24][25] Die „üblichen Geheimdiensttätigkeiten. Sensoren anbringen, um das iranische Atomprogramm zu überwachen. Angriffsziele für die Luftwaffe markieren. Vielleicht auch geheime Lager einrichten und die Truppenstationierung überwachen. Und ein bisschen Sabotage. […] Die Volksmudschaheddin sind bereit, Dinge zu tun, für die wir uns schämen müssten, und über die wir am liebsten schweigen. Doch genau für solche Aufgaben benutzen wir sie.“[26] 2007 hatte US-Präsident George W. Bush in einer Direktive die CIA angewiesen, mit verdeckten Operationen einen Regimewechsel im Iran herbeizuführen. Die Volksmodschahedin stehen im Verdacht, die Dschundollah zu unterstützen.[27]

original source
Please use a translator, it´s about that the MEK is a tool for Regime Changes, terror attacks in Iran, for syping on the iranian nuclear program, for sabotage acts, for "things that we have to be ashamed of and we don´t like to talk about"...
Bush jr advised the CIA in 2007 to achieve a regime change with the help of covert operations from the MEK.

Here is another interesting part:

The organization gained a new life in exile, founding the National Council of Resistance of Iran and continuing to conduct violent attacks in Iran. In 1983, they sided with Saddam Hussein against the Iranian Armed Forces in the Iran–Iraq War, a decision that was viewed as treason by the vast majority of Iranians and which destroyed the MEK's appeal in its homeland.[40] In 1988, a fatwa by Khomeini led to the executions of political prisoners, including MEK members.[41] The group says it renounced violence in 2001.[42] However, the MEK has been accused by numerous commentators of being financed, trained, and armed by Israel to assassinate Iranian nuclear scientists and educators.[43] While the MEK's leadership has resided in Paris, the group's core members were for many years confined to Camp Ashraf in Iraq, particularly after the MEK and U.S. forces signed a cease-fire agreement of "mutual understanding and coordination" in 2003.[44] The group was later relocated to former U.S. military base Camp Liberty in Iraq[45] and eventually to Albania.[46]


Then this:
Saudi backed Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) cooperate with ISIS

Let´s take a look at those that are trigger happy, every time the "U"S starts one of their dirty games. France(remember Libya or Iraq, for example, they couldn´t wait to send their bombers over there):

Yesterday, 11:10 p.m.

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani says an exiled opposition group is inciting violence in Iran, where anti-government protests have been held in a number of cities in recent days. In a phone call with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron, Rouhani called on France to STOP HOSTING the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq group, known as the MEK. Several of the group's leaders are based in Paris.
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Rouhani calls on Macron to act over anti-Iran ‘terrorists’ in France

Interesting, especially for europe:
Iranian Opposition Ex-Fighters ‘Transferred to Albania’


Iranian media has reported that 155 members of an exiled Iranian opposition movement have been given sanctuary in Albania - part of a larger number that Tirana has agreed to accept. The Fars news agency claimed that a total of 676 of the organisation’s members are scheduled to be transferred to Albania this month. The agreement is believed to have been signed with the US, and the People's Mujahedin of Iran members are believed to have been transferred to Tirana from Camp Liberty in Iraq. In March 2013, former Prime Minister Sali Berisha disclosed part of the agreement in an official statement after meeting the US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Barbara Leaf, and the UN envoy to Iraq, Martin Kobler.


So we have the involvement of Saudi Arabia, Of Israel, Of the "U"SA, of France with this MEK/MOK/مجاهدين خلق Modschahedin-e Chalgh/OMPI.
And who is turning the protests in iran in violent protests?

Maryam Rajvi's Call for Uprising and Fearful Admission of Iran Regime's Official to PMOI/MEK's Leading Role

NCRI - On Monday January 1, 2017. Mohammad Ali Asoudi, the senior consultant to Khamenei’s representative in the Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), in an interview with the state run ‘Daneshjou’ press agency stated:
“Concerning the recent unrest and events in some cities in the country… those who have rightful demands, should not take to streets, since these rallies are being abused and some insurgents destroy the public property!”
The Senior IRGC commander further added: “regarding the presence of the members and affiliates of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran in these riots, it is notable that when Maryam Rajavi officially sends a message and calls everyone to take into scene, it is evident that they (PMOI/MEK) members and supporters are in the front row.
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Just wanted to leave this here. I can´t hear that stuff anymore, it´s the peoples own will in iran(to turn the protests in violent protests, to get killed or go to jail?), nobody else has to do with protests over there.

It´s exactly those, that call themselves axis of the good(if everything else is the axis of evil, nothing else remains) that are involved.
It´s the usual suspects, that "coincidentally "all want to see Iran destroyed, "democratized"... It would have been a wonder if everybody thinks that players from outside turn the protests in violent protest, to start a regime change, and it wouldn´t have been like this!

Maybe i will be back later, but new hardware arrived, i have a bit of work now and after that i will have to play some games, to test the new stuff.




posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 11:43 AM
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Iranians are involved in Iran's protests, out in the streets.

Iranians shouting for the return of their Shah, the exiled Iranian descendent of the last Shah.

Iranians chanting death to Khomeini, another Iranian who is brutally ruling over them.

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards, more Iranians killing Iranians.

Yup, all Iranians.



posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 11:46 AM
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a reply to: TinfoilTP

Lol yeah the shouting for the sha back shows who really is playing their dirty games again

Good post OP



posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 11:48 AM
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originally posted by: Whereismypassword
a reply to: TinfoilTP

Lol yeah the shouting for the sha back shows who really is playing their dirty games again

Good post OP



Iranians shouting for an Iranian? Sorry for you but nothing to see here but Iranians.



posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 11:56 AM
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a reply to: DerBeobachter

From translater;

Under covert operations, the United States Department of Defense is expected by the CIA to increasingly assist the People's Mojahedin to destabilize Iran by providing intelligence services for targeted terrorist attacks in Iran or by training members. [24] [25] The usual intelligence activities. Install sensors to monitor the Iranian nuclear program. Mark attack targets for the Luftwaffe. Maybe set up secret camps and monitor the troop deployment. And a little sabotage. [...] The People's Mojaheddin are ready to do things that we should be ashamed of and that we prefer to keep quiet about. But it is precisely for such tasks that we use them. "[26] In 2007, US President George W. Bush instructed the CIA in a directive to use covert operations to bring about a regime change in Iran. The People's Mojahedin is suspected of supporting the Jundollah.



posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 12:03 PM
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originally posted by: TinfoilTP
Iranians are involved in Iran's protests, out in the streets.

Iranians shouting for the return of their Shah, the exiled Iranian descendent of the last Shah.

Iranians chanting death to Khomeini, another Iranian who is brutally ruling over them.

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards, more Iranians killing Iranians.

Yup, all Iranians.


Thats the official narrative alright; to delegitimize the Iranian gubment in order to justify more sanctions to increase economic stress to increase general unrest to goad the Authorities into Human rights violations to justify even more sanctions...

Want too blame someone, blame the banks that levy the economic sanctions, or the CIA for infiltrating and hijacking the protests , turning them violent and focusing them on attacking state owned banks and police stations.



posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 12:12 PM
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Lethally shooting around 20 or so Iranians through New Year’s day, including at least one policeman, suggests foreign interference.



What’s going on resembles March 2011 protests in Daraa, Syria. US-supported armed protesters fired on police, instigating conflict.



Events are also similar to late 2013, early 2014 Euromaidan violent protests in Kiev.



Events in Iran also eerily similar to earlier CIA-instigated street violence in Venezuela, scores killed, hundreds injured – a US-orchestrated color revolution attempt to replace Bolivarian social democracy with fascist tyranny.


Global Research



posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 12:16 PM
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Being that we don't have any reliable means of verifying anything now with the country basically cut off digitally from the rest of the world, by the government of Iran's own doing, it's hard to say how things are going.



posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 12:19 PM
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a reply to: pavil

Iran has always been the prize, only too obvious the same playbook is being used.

If you've been following along. Yes the official narrative will hide the truth, but thats what Alternative Web sites are for.

Edit: The narrative here is the Iranians are peacefully demonstrating for 'change' (regime change). The hijacking of these peaceful demonstrations is already begun as police stations come under attack.

Theres a plethora of that video online, spun into western narrative, supported by King Tweet and Nikie Halley in the UN.

Heres your sign



edit on 3-1-2018 by intrptr because: Edit:



posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 12:25 PM
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originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: TinfoilTP
Iranians are involved in Iran's protests, out in the streets.

Iranians shouting for the return of their Shah, the exiled Iranian descendent of the last Shah.

Iranians chanting death to Khomeini, another Iranian who is brutally ruling over them.

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards, more Iranians killing Iranians.

Yup, all Iranians.


Thats the official narrative alright; to delegitimize the Iranian gubment in order to justify more sanctions to increase economic stress to increase general unrest to goad the Authorities into Human rights violations to justify even more sanctions...

Want too blame someone, blame the banks that levy the economic sanctions, or the CIA for infiltrating and hijacking the protests , turning them violent and focusing them on attacking state owned banks and police stations.


Nope.

Blame the Ayatollahs for spending the billions of Obama Bucks on Hezbollah in Syria and their foreign war in Yemen. They have no business interfering in other nations right? Right? Starve their people to have their sons killed on foreign soil, any blind man could see the Ayatollahs with their Obama money caused the civil unrest.



posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 12:30 PM
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originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: TinfoilTP
Iranians are involved in Iran's protests, out in the streets.

Iranians shouting for the return of their Shah, the exiled Iranian descendent of the last Shah.

Iranians chanting death to Khomeini, another Iranian who is brutally ruling over them.

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards, more Iranians killing Iranians.

Yup, all Iranians.


Thats the official narrative alright; to delegitimize the Iranian gubment in order to justify more sanctions to increase economic stress to increase general unrest to goad the Authorities into Human rights violations to justify even more sanctions...

Want too blame someone, blame the banks that levy the economic sanctions, or the CIA for infiltrating and hijacking the protests , turning them violent and focusing them on attacking state owned banks and police stations.


Nope.

Blame the Ayatollahs for spending the billions of Obama Bucks on Hezbollah in Syria and their foreign war in Yemen. They have no business interfering in other nations right? Right? Starve their people to have their sons killed on foreign soil, any blind man could see the Ayatollahs with their Obama money caused the civil unrest.


You left out all the NATO destabilization of Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan. Its the billions of bucks poured into bombing infrastructure and people in these countries that is the problem, not "Hezbollah". Hezbollah is just another western media trigger word to inflame western public sentiment against Iran.

After all, they were behind the 'massive air attacks' on Israel, with piss and sugar bottle rockets from Gaza.

Lulz...


edit on 3-1-2018 by intrptr because: spelling



posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 12:36 PM
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originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: TinfoilTP

originally posted by: intrptr

originally posted by: TinfoilTP
Iranians are involved in Iran's protests, out in the streets.

Iranians shouting for the return of their Shah, the exiled Iranian descendent of the last Shah.

Iranians chanting death to Khomeini, another Iranian who is brutally ruling over them.

The Iranian Revolutionary Guards, more Iranians killing Iranians.

Yup, all Iranians.


Thats the official narrative alright; to delegitimize the Iranian gubment in order to justify more sanctions to increase economic stress to increase general unrest to goad the Authorities into Human rights violations to justify even more sanctions...

Want too blame someone, blame the banks that levy the economic sanctions, or the CIA for infiltrating and hijacking the protests , turning them violent and focusing them on attacking state owned banks and police stations.


Nope.

Blame the Ayatollahs for spending the billions of Obama Bucks on Hezbollah in Syria and their foreign war in Yemen. They have no business interfering in other nations right? Right? Starve their people to have their sons killed on foreign soil, any blind man could see the Ayatollahs with their Obama money caused the civil unrest.


You left out all the NATO destabilization of Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan. Its the billions of bucks poured into bombing infrastructure and people in these countries that is the problem, not "Hezbollah". Hezbollah is just another western media trigger word to inflame western public sentiment against Iran.

After all, they were behind the 'massive air attacks' on Israel, with piss and sugar bottle rockets from Gaza.

Lulz...



Huh?

Hezbollah is a part of the destabilization of the area. Remember the whole Israel Lebanon Wars? To say otherwise it to stick you head in the sand. I'll grant you all the carnage in the area has many people and nations to blame for.
edit on 3-1-2018 by pavil because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 01:23 PM
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a reply to: pavil

Hezbollah is current scapegoat justifying another ME regime change.

Now say "Huh?" , again.



posted on Jan, 3 2018 @ 08:11 PM
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originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: pavil

Hezbollah is current scapegoat justifying another ME regime change.

Now say "Huh?" , again.


No they aren't. They are what they have always been. They have always been a proxy of Iran and supported in all ways, by the Iranian Mullahs. You think they are good players in all of this? They arent.


Iran's Govt will be decided by it's citizens. What's wrong with that? So we can't encourage that in any way?

You are backing the wrong horses in this race. But you do whatever you want.

Uh HUH........



posted on Jan, 4 2018 @ 01:05 AM
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Isn't the MEK also the same terrorist group that Saddam backed during the Iran-Iraq War in the 1980s? Ironically, they're one of the groups that was later cited as proof of Saddam's Iraq being a state sponsor of terror.

From what I can gather, in 2007-2008 Israeli Mossad agents posed as CIA agents to recruit Pakistani terrorists from the group Jundallah, who were then used with the MEK inside of Iran (HERE & HERE). From the 1st link:

Israeli Mossad agents posed as CIA officers in order to recruit members of a Pakistani terror group to carry out assassinations and attacks against the regime in Iran, Foreign Policy revealed on Friday, quoting U.S. intelligence memos.

Foreign Policy's Mark Perry reported that the Mossad operation was carried out in 2007-2008, behind the back of the U.S. government, and infuriated then U.S. President George W. Bush.

Perry quotes a number of American intelligence officials and claims that the Mossad agents used American dollars and U.S. passports to pose as CIA spies to try to recruit members of Jundallah, a Pakistan-based Sunni extremist organization that has carried out a series of attacks in Iran and assassinations of government officials


And from the 2nd link:

Just days following the bombing, Foreign Policy, quoting U.S. intelligence memos, reported that Mossad agents posed as CIA officers in order to recruit members of a Pakistani terror group to carry out assassinations and attacks against the regime in Iran.

Foreign Policy's Mark Perry reported that the Mossad operation was carried out in 2007-2008, behind the back of the U.S. government, and infuriated then U.S. President George W. Bush.

Later, a Sunday Times report claimed that agents associated with Israel's secret services were behind Ahmadi Roshans' assassination of an Iranian nuclear scientist.

On Thursday, U.S. officials speaking to NBC news claimed that Mossad agents were training members of the dissident terror group People’s Mujahedin of Iran in order assassinate Iranian nuclear scientists, adding that the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama was aware of the operation, but had no direct link to them.


And it's interesting to note that the US was removing the MEK/"People’s Mujahedin of Iran" from their terror list in 2012, even after their proven history.

ETA: Here's an archived link from the "George W Bush White House" page titled "Saddam Hussein's Support for International Terrorism" (HERE). This is what the second point on the page says:

Iraq shelters terrorist groups including the Mujahedin-e-Khalq Organization (MKO), which has used terrorist violence against Iran and in the 1970s was responsible for killing several U.S. military personnel and U.S. civilians.


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posted on Jan, 4 2018 @ 01:12 AM
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originally posted by: Whereismypassword
a reply to: TinfoilTP

Lol yeah the shouting for the sha back shows who really is playing their dirty games again

Good post OP


Yeah, I saw that some of the protestors were reporting calling for the return of control by the Pahlavis lol. The Shah might have been worse than Saddam, though his Iran was a huge Western ally (particularly economically & militarily). So I could definitely see Western forces trying to get them back in power to regain control of "their" Iran.

(note: I say he might have been worse because every dictator has his/her supporters and opponents, both of which tend to exaggerate the goals & policies of said dictator.)



posted on Jan, 4 2018 @ 03:52 AM
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Who is involved in the iranian protests

CIA. No other possibilities. It's most definitely the CIA.
They are surly to blame for the 21 dead protesters killed by the regime, and for cutting off the internet access for cevilians.
CIA is also to blame for the huge amount of funds invested by Iran in the proxy war in Yemen and helping Assad stay in power during the Syrian revolution, all while Iranian people suffer from rising unemployment and impossibly high costs of living.
And don't forget that CIA are directly responsible for widespread government corruption in Iran.
Funding a murderous terror organization (Hezbollah), human right violations and oppression of the Iranian people. Who's to blame for all these crimes?
CIA, that's who.

I have found a couple of agents in the crowd, take a look:





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posted on Jan, 4 2018 @ 09:27 AM
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Iran's Govt will be decided by it's citizens. What's wrong with that? So we can't encourage that in any way?

But ignore the Palestinians at the same time.

How about Italy, Greece, they are suffering under Economic hardship, Austerity measure are choking their livelihood, they protest and demonstrate their hood. So did Occupy, so did Ferguson, so did LA after Rodney King Verdict.

Oppression is oppression, always amused to see how some people wield the 'people's rights' banner in the publics face, yet ignore their own hypocrisy.




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