December 31, 2017
It’s such a strange coincidence that right as the Syrian war ends, with Iran building bases in Syria near the Israeli border, the Iranian people have randomly decided to have a revolution.
If I didn’t know better, I’d guess the Hebrew people were behind this.
At least two people taking part in pro- and anti-government rallies in Iran were killed, 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.”
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.”
Remember that this is the exact same thing that happened during the Ukrainian revolution, which was run by America and the Mossad – protesters were shot and the government said they didn’t do it, that it was a false flag. Even an EU diplomat who witnessed it, in a call that was leaked, confirmed it was a false flag.
Pretty much, people who run governments know that you don’t shoot protesters. Unless you’re Israel, but that’s different because they’re shooting the occupied population – which they are trying to rile up – instead of a population they are trying to rule.
Thousands of pro- and anti-government demonstrators have taken to the streets across Iran since Thursday. Anti-government protests were prompted mostly by discontent over economic hardship and alleged corruption. The crowds also aimed their anger at the supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
“People are protesting because [they] are under economic pressure and the government must be responsive in the face of rising inflation and these economic hardships,” Mostafa Kiaie, a demonstrator, said, as cited by AFP.
Pro-government protests were held in around 1,200 cities and towns, local media reported. Mass pro-government protests took place in Tehran and Mashhad, Iran’s second most populous city.
This may or may not become the ultimate disaster.
I do know that at the same time this is happening, South Korea is seizing Chinese oil tankers. And while Israel is beginning a new large-scale bombing campaign in Palestine.
We are in an extremely, extremely volatile global situation here.
Important that we support the nonviolent protesters in #Iran. This is the result of a regime more focused on propping up terrorist organizations than addressing the plight of its citizens.
— Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) December 29, 2017
The Jews have never been in a worse situation than they are in right now. They (yes, they are ISIS) lost the war in Syria and Russia is protecting Syria while Iran builds bases there. The Trump embassy declaration inflamed the entire Islamic world against them, agitating them towards aggression.
It feels very much, on this New Year’s Eve, as though we are counting down to the apocalypse.
I think we’ll get another year. Probably. Hopefully.
But whatever happens, something is going to happen.
There is just no peaceful resolution to any of this. The Jews have simply accumulated too much power.