Friday, June 26, 2009
MOUSAVI NO LONGER LEADER OF THE ANTI-REGIME MOVEMENT
Reports reaching us from inside Iran indicate the Khamenei regime has obtained a signed letter or created it, from Mir Hossein Mousavi stating the election to which he was opposed was in fact FAIR AND LEGAL and he has withdrawn his objections. Currently under house arrrest with regime law enforcement thugs surrounding his home and the homes of close relatives, ostensibly to "protect him and ensure his safety" but in reality to hamper his movements will create disbelief for the authenticity f the letter. Iran's increasingly isolated opposition leader effectively ended his role in street protests, saying he'll seek permits for future rallies. A leading cleric demanded in a nationally broadcast sermon Friday that leaders of the unrest be punished harshly and that some are "worthy of execution." Iran's ruling clergy has widened its clampdown on the opposition and scattered protests have replaced the initial mass rallies. The official Web site of opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi, his main tool of communicating with his supporters, was hacked Friday, leaving it blank, an aide said. In Friday's central Muslim sermon at Tehran University, a senior cleric, Ayatollah Ahmed Khatami, (NOT the "reformist" and Mousavi ally Mohammad Khatami) called for harsh retribution for dissent. "Anybody who fights against the Islamic system or the leader of Islamic society, fight him until complete destruction," he said in the nationally broadcast speech. The cleric claimed some involved in the unrest had used firearms.(Disinformation to incite hate against the demonstrators and to explain why innocents are being shot in cold blood) "Anyone who takes up arms to fight with the people, they are worthy of execution," he said. "We ask that the judiciary confront the leaders of the protests, leaders of the violations, and those who are supported by the United States and Israel strongly, and without mercy to provide a lesson for all." Khatami said those who disturbed the peace and destroyed public property were "at war with God," and said they should be "dealt with without mercy." He reminded worshippers that Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, rules by God's design and must not be defied. (Does Oba-Hussein get his messiah attitude from Khamenei or is it the other way round? Both seem cut from the same cloth and YES they are both "Moslems"). The "reformist" Khatami, who disappointed his ardent followers who elected him President in the past and went to the streets for him and he let them all down, suggested that if the bazaaris did not have the guts to go on strike and lose their business permits "forever" as was threatened, the demonstrators should jam up the bazaar with their presence and bring it to a standstill. Again, reports reaching us say that the anti-regime, yes, anti-regime movement (no longer simply anti-election vote or as followers of Mousavi) are saying "no more Mr. Nice Guy and killing us will be met with retaliation killing of Mullahs. Easier said than done but as weapons trickle into the students' hands, as explosives reach them, retaliation will take place. Reportedly the bazaar may be one of the main targets. Once the bazaar closes down a major part of the country's trade, import and export, etc., grinds to a halt. Note, possibly with this in mind,Ahmadi-Nejad already changed numerous employees of the Customs department in the southern city of Ahvaz in the oil province of Khuzestan. A civil war could well erupt and if the Revolutionary Guards split in half with one part rising in sympathy with the demonstrators, it could become very bloody. The anti-mullah regime movement has "tea-partied" all over the USA and through out Europe. Today, a demonstration outside the islamic republic embassy in Sweden ratcheted up and demonstrators entered the premises and though they were met with knives and machetes, several badly wounded, at the hands of the embassy guards, they raised the traditional Iranian Lion and Sun Persian flag over the building, to fly there for the first time in 30-years. Embassy pesonnel all possess or carry side arms but did not dare use them. Swedish police evacuated the embassy staff and even lobbed som etear gas at the Excitement led to various embassy cars and windows being broken. The crowd announced they were staying till the embassy returned to the rightful people. In the meantime Venezuela has lifted visa restrictions for Iranians who no longer need a visa triggering an small exodus of clerics in that direction. MEANWHILE,, in Iran SHOOTING BY REGIME THUGS GOES ON - Head shot kills another demonstrator. Fear has reduced the size of demostrations but at night there has been a significant rise in the number of people coming to the roof tops and a rise in volume of their chanting "death to the islamic republic". death to the dictator (Khamenei)" and "Allah-akbar". By the way before I forget again, Bassiji thugs have been throwing demonsrators into any fires they may have started to discourage them from burnng the Bassiji motorcyles or police buses.