Rouhani talks the talk, but doesn’t walk the walk
Iranian regime president Hassan Rouhani made a number of remarks on Thursday, December 1st, shedding light on the mullahs’ deceptive nature.
“… there is a lot of talking, without any serious meaning. We must fix the sewage system. We must fix the water system. We must fix the hospitals, education and …,” he said.
For once Rouhani was right. In the mullahs’ regime there is only talk about what should be done, yet no actions are ever taken to resolve people’s problems. Now let’s see what solution Rouhani has for the unemployed millions in Iran.
“People should be hopeful in the youths finding jobs,” he said.
So, Rouhani is also just another Iranian regime official who talks the talk, and fails to walk the walk. He is encouraging people to be hopeful.
For those who know this deceptive mullah, they have no expectations and only increase their anger about the entire regime. Even the regime’s own officials are ridiculing him.
“(Rouhani) said today the people should be certain in their youths having jobs in the future. He has been kidding around with the issue of unemployment for some time now,” said Mehdi Mohammadi, a known member of Iranian regime leader Ali Khamenei’s faction.
“Around 30% of the employed have lost their jobs since 2013 during his tenure, and around the same amount are concerned of losing their jobs until the end of his 4 year term. This administration has broken all records of unemployment,” he added.
This regime is founded on plundering and bribes. There is no solution to bring an end to these crises from within the regime. Therefore, the people know very well that the solution lies in bringing an end to the mullahs’ rule in Iran.
Mattis considers Iran as sole ongoing threat for Middle East peace & security
Iran has been terrified following the announcement of General James Mattis as Secretary of Defense for U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s cabinet.
“It is now crystal clear that General Mattis is the individual who had described Iran as the sole ongoing threat for peace and security in the Middle East, and this will be the main line for the new U.S. administration’s policies vis-à-vis Iran. He will also be an individual who will one day provide advice to Donald Trump to use military force against Iran,” said former Revolutionary Guards commander Mohsen Rezaie. He is currently secretary of the Iranian regime’s Expediency Council.
Regarding the Iran nuclear deal Mattis is known to believe the White House made a grave mistake in not placing further hurdles before Iran to prevent this regime from sending weapons, financial aid and military forces to the Assad regime in Syria, and sending a significant amount of weapons to Yemen.
“In my opinion, Daesh (ISIS/ISIL) is nothing more than an excuse for Iran to continue its misbehavior. Iran is not the enemy of Daesh. They are profiting extremely from the unrest brewed by Daesh in the region,” the Tasnim news agency, affiliated to the terrorist Revolutionary Guards Quds Force, reported citing Mattis.
Regime agents attack memorial ceremony
The Iranian regime’s intelligence agents viciously attacked a memorial gathering held Friday in Karaj, west of Tehran. This ceremony was in memory of Mohammad Jafar Puyaende and Mohammad Mokhtari, two victims of the chain murders that plagued Iran in the 1990s. Many of those attending the gathering were beaten and others arrested.
Intelligence agents first prevented others from joining the initial gathering, and thus staged their attack, eyewitnesses reported. Six individuals were arrested.
Mokhtari and Puhande were murdered by agents of the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Intelligence.
Political prisoner’s health conditions failing Evin Prison
Political prisoner Arash Sadeghi has been on hunger strike for over 40 days in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison. He was transferred to Taleghani Hospital after his blood pressure dropped significantly and “began vomiting blood clots.” Physicians have reported the conditions of this political prisoner as very dire, yet he was returned to Evin Prison as he refused any serum therapy due to his hunger strike.
During the past week Sadeghi has been losing his ability to speak.
Amnesty International warned about Sadeghi’s conditions.
“The health of jailed Iranian human rights defender Arash Sadeghi has deteriorated. He has been on hunger strike since 24 October protesting the imprisonment of his wife, Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee, a human rights defender jailed for writing a story about stoning.”
Sadeghi has been on hunger strike since October 24th, protesting inhumane prison conditions and the apprehension of his wife.