Iran Shuts Down Social Media as “Persian Spring” Intensifies

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 1, 2018

So, this isn’t going away.

It’s highly concerning.

This could absolutely turn very quickly into something you were not ready for.


Iranian President Hassan Rouhani addressed the country Sunday night after several days of anti-government protests that have rocked the nation.

Rouhani’s remarks came after the state-run media outlet IRIB reported that Iranian officials had temporarily restricted access to social media apps Instagram and Telegram, which have been used by Iranians to share news about the protests.

“We are a free nation,” Rouhani said in his prerecorded speech on state broadcaster IRINN. “And according to the constitution and citizen rights, the people are free to express their criticism and even their protests,” he said.

“But,” Rouhani continued, “criticism should not be accompanied with violence or vandalizing public property.” Rouhani also acknowledged the economic and social hardships some Iranians face.

The demonstrations, which have erupted against a backdrop of rising food and gasoline prices, began Thursday in the northeastern city of Mashhad before spreading to other cities. Those included Tehran, Kermanshah, Arak, Qazvin, Khorramabad, Karaj and Sabzevar, according to state-run media outlet IRNA, which cited First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri.

The idea this is spontaneous is absolutely ridiculous.

Right exactly when Israel needed it… it just all of the sudden began.

I’m sure this is all going to be documented, as the Ukrainian revolution was – where it ended up the EU was paying people 50 euros a day to protest – but we don’t need that documentation to know what is going on. This is a Jewish intervention plot.

Protests were ongoing Sunday, the fourth day of demonstrations, according to videos circulating on social media that originated in Tehran and other parts of the country.

Earlier on Sunday, the Iranian Interior Minister Rahmani Fazli issued a stern warning that protesters who cause public disorder would “pay the price” after the demonstrations reportedly turned deadly.

“The events and occurrences of the last few days have preoccupied, saddened and hurt our beloved people,” semi-official news agency ILNA quoted Fazli as saying, before adding “those who destroy public properties, create chaos, lawlessness and insecurity in our society, will be held legally responsible and must answer for their behaviors and pay the price for it.”

The social media shutdown is the same thing leaders tried to do during the Arab Spring.

It worked for some countries and not for others… but it was pretty much that it worked for the countries Jews wanted it to work for.

We’re going into day 5 of protests.

Despite the fact that it’s January, there isn’t ever going to be a temperature problem.

Once these things get started, it is very difficult to stop them.

Which is why Machiavelli and so on recommend not ever letting them happen in the first place.

If you’re in this situation, the Machiavellian solution would be to punish the leaders of the protest harshly. But Iran is dealing foremost with an external enemy waiting to attack them, and a brutal response would give fuel for the Jews pushing for “humanitarian intervention.”

Libya, you shall recall, was bombed into oblivion on the premise that the bombs were helping protesters.

This is literally how it started:

The protests in Libya, as with the rest of the Arab Spring (at least most of it), were manufactured by the West and the Jews.

They are trying the exact same play yet again in Iran. And it is definitely a frightening development.

A war with Iran would presumably mean a war with Russia. And Iran isn’t Syria or Iraq or any of the other shit countries we’ve been doing interventions in for the last couple of decades – it is a real country with a real military. So even if it was simply another proxy war with Russia, like Syria was before Trump cut the cord, it would be a much more extreme scene.

An Alt-Right protest in Washington in support of the Iranian government would be good, I think. Anything that we can do to remind the people of the fact that this is the same exact story, again.

If we had an honest media, they would be saying “this looks very similar to previous regime changes orchestrated by the Zionist establishment…” – but guess what? We do not have an honest media. We have a Jewish media. And they are telling us that although Iran has been basically starving since the early 2000s, it’s just right now, as they are finally gaining some bit of military advantage on Saudi and Israel, that people got angry about it.

By cohencidence.

We have power now and we need to remind the people that we’ve seen this movie before.

I wish Trump was on our side in this.

But regrettably, he is not.

In fact, he is parroting very old Jewish talking points on the issue 100%.

He would do well to read his own tweets on the media with regards to the above claims.

Mr. President: why would they lie about everything except Iran?

Join the discussion at The Goyim Know BBS