Saturday, October 17, 2009

POWER PLAY LEADERSHIP NEGOTIATIONS BEHIND CLOSED DOORS IN IRAN

EXCLUSIVE News

Following previously posted news about the state of health (lack of it) of Supreme Ruler Ali Khamenei, a meeting took place at the Presidential Palace of Mahmoud Ahmadi-Nejad the Turd, on Pasteur Street, last night between 9 -11 p.m. and was attended by:

President Ahmadi Nejad

Major-General Firoozabadi, Commander of the IRGC (Revolutionary Guard)

Leadership Members of the Council of Experts (senior clerics)

1. Ali Akbar Rafsanjani - Council Chairman
2. Ahmad Janati - Council Secretary
3. Ghorbanali Dari Najafabadi - Member
4. Taghi Mesbah Yazdi - Member
5. Mohammad Reza Mahdavi Kani – Member
6. Seyed Ahmad Khatami - Temporary Friday Prayer Leader of Tehran & Member
7. Seyed Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroodi – Former Head of Judiciary & Member

In this meeting reports from Khamenei’s treating physicians  were reviewed and discussions took place about his replacement. (reportedly in the event of his death but more probably because he is dead)

At this point all members of the IRGC bodyguards, servants and others were ordered out of the general meeting hall of the palace and the talks continued behind closed doors and lasted till 11:30 p.m. after which those mentioned above departed.

1 comment:

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