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Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« on: January 01, 2018, 06:54:59 AM »
Is the Iranian regime collapsing?




“Exodus in Progress?”: Mystery Aircraft Leave Iran With “No Callsign, Origin, or Destination”

Last night, a large number of aircraft were spotted leaving Iran with “no callsign, origin, or destination.” Strategic Sentinel, a DC-based firm that provides “nonpartisan international relations and national security analysis,” raised the prospect that the live flight radar data may suggest an “exodus,” is in progress.


“Charter flight company SCAT has an aircraft coming out of Iran with no registered callsign, no registered destination, and no registered origination point.”

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http://thegatewaypundit.com/2017/12/exodus-progress-mystery-aircrafts-leave-iran-no-callsign-origin-destination-protests-rage/
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Re: Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« Reply #1 on: January 01, 2018, 07:03:54 AM »
Pray for the people of Iran.  ...and the Administration, our troops and those whom we'll never hear about.
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Re: Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« Reply #2 on: January 01, 2018, 07:21:15 AM »
The question here is, are we seeing a repeat of history? From my perspective, it would appear so.
This is one of those stories that had me fixated back in the 70s, because of the way the CIA played puppet maker against the USSR and their puppet mechanism.


In 1953, the American CIA helped to overthrow a democratically elected prime minister in Iran, and restore the Shah to his throne. The Shah was a modernizer in many ways, promoting the growth of a modern economy and a middle class, and championing women's rights. He outlawed the chador or hijab (the full-body veil), encouraged education of women up to and including at the university level, and advocated employment opportunities outside the home for women.

However, the Shah also ruthlessly suppressed dissent, jailing and torturing his political opponents. Iran became a police state, monitored by the hated SAVAK secret police. In addition, the Shah's reforms, particularly those concerning the rights of women, angered Shia clerics such as the Ayatollah Khomeini, who fled into exile in Iraq and later France beginning in 1964.

The US was intent on keeping the Shah in place in Iran, however, as a bulwark against the Soviet Union.

Iran borders on the then-Soviet Republic of Turkmenistan, and was seen as a potential target for communist expansion. As a result, opponents of the Shah considered him an American puppet.

THE REVOLUTION BEGINS
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https://www.thoughtco.com/the-iranian-revolution-of-1979-195528
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Re: Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« Reply #3 on: January 01, 2018, 07:44:46 AM »
Is the Iranian regime collapsing?




“Exodus in Progress?”: Mystery Aircraft Leave Iran With “No Callsign, Origin, or Destination”

Last night, a large number of aircraft were spotted leaving Iran with “no callsign, origin, or destination.” Strategic Sentinel, a DC-based firm that provides “nonpartisan international relations and national security analysis,” raised the prospect that the live flight radar data may suggest an “exodus,” is in progress.


“Charter flight company SCAT has an aircraft coming out of Iran with no registered callsign, no registered destination, and no registered origination point.”

Much More~~~

http://thegatewaypundit.com/2017/12/exodus-progress-mystery-aircrafts-leave-iran-no-callsign-origin-destination-protests-rage/

Wow wow wow.

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Re: Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« Reply #4 on: January 01, 2018, 07:51:38 AM »
Wow wow wow.
This could be the beginning of regime change, orrrr, they left while the Republican Guard slaughter innocent lives in the street.
It's no doubt, one or the other.
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Re: Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« Reply #5 on: January 01, 2018, 08:03:08 AM »
What many don't realize is that Iran essentially followed Western culture throughout the 20th century.
Check out the pics, and keep in mind, many alive during that time are now in their 50s, to 80s, and despise what the radicals have done to the country.
Now, parallel that with TEA in this country and the changes we have been making here.
Be sure and watch the 1 minute video with the model, speaks volumes.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5103795/Fascinating-photos-Iran-1979-revolution.html
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Re: Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« Reply #6 on: January 01, 2018, 08:06:28 AM »
Wow wow wow.

If this what it could be it is a great start to 2018. If it is, let's hope Trump and his team do not fumble this opportunity.
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Re: Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« Reply #7 on: January 01, 2018, 08:16:00 AM »
If this what it could be it is a great start to 2018. If it is, let's hope Trump and his team do not fumble this opportunity.
Look how Reuters spins the deaths of innocent Iranians. They blame it on JOOOOs..
Nothing like implicating the innocent, with Iranian radicals.
And the left wonders why we hate them.

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Re: Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« Reply #8 on: January 01, 2018, 08:18:17 AM »
The question here is, are we seeing a repeat of history? From my perspective, it would appear so.
This is one of those stories that had me fixated back in the 70s, because of the way the CIA played puppet maker against the USSR and their puppet mechanism.


In 1953, the American CIA helped to overthrow a democratically elected prime minister in Iran, and restore the Shah to his throne. The Shah was a modernizer in many ways, promoting the growth of a modern economy and a middle class, and championing women's rights. He outlawed the chador or hijab (the full-body veil), encouraged education of women up to and including at the university level, and advocated employment opportunities outside the home for women.

However, the Shah also ruthlessly suppressed dissent, jailing and torturing his political opponents. Iran became a police state, monitored by the hated SAVAK secret police. In addition, the Shah's reforms, particularly those concerning the rights of women, angered Shia clerics such as the Ayatollah Khomeini, who fled into exile in Iraq and later France beginning in 1964.

The US was intent on keeping the Shah in place in Iran, however, as a bulwark against the Soviet Union.

Iran borders on the then-Soviet Republic of Turkmenistan, and was seen as a potential target for communist expansion. As a result, opponents of the Shah considered him an American puppet.

THE REVOLUTION BEGINS
More...
https://www.thoughtco.com/the-iranian-revolution-of-1979-195528

Yeah, a couple of things...The "democratically elected Prime minister of Iran" was a KGB soviet Puppet put in place in one of their "Special elections"....you know, vote often vote early etc. 

And it was the SHAH who was a reformer.... getting Iran out of the Grip of the fanatical Imam's The Shah used oil revenues on infrastructure and schooling sending thousand's of Iranian students to the USA and Europe. Some of us Old Timers may even recall Iranian officers being schooled in our respective branches of service. I do, so does my Brother who was actually stationed in Northern Iran in the mid 60's.

Russia has always had a working relationship with Iran stretching back to the days of the Czars, Terhan was a popular refugee camp for the White Russians fleeing the bolsheviks.

Pay attention to that, Stalin annexed about 1/3 of Iran as a result of WW2, the Tudah party (communist) were the ones who took a run at the Shah, financed by the KGB, it was the Ayatollah who hijacked the revolution with the idea of turning the place into the 14th century Caliphate.

It isn't too hard to imagine Putin playing some role in all this.....Russia has always wanted the oil and always wanted control of the Gulf...perhaps they couldn't do so with a NUCLEAR ARMED IRAN (??????)
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Re: Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« Reply #9 on: January 01, 2018, 08:27:12 AM »
What many don't realize is that Iran essentially followed Western culture throughout the 20th century.
Check out the pics, and keep in mind, many alive during that time are now in their 50s, to 80s, and despise what the radicals have done to the country.
Now, parallel that with TEA in this country and the changes we have been making here.
Be sure and watch the 1 minute video with the model, speaks volumes.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5103795/Fascinating-photos-Iran-1979-revolution.html

Great video, and absolutely stunning ... and sad, that Jimmy Carter was such a TOOL in overthowing the Shah of Iran.  I wonder if he has any sense of regret at all - how many people DIED because he assisted in the religious radicalization of Iran?   Then Barak Omaba proved he was no friend of freedom.   Decades of real religious terrorism- they need our prayers and support.
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Re: Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« Reply #10 on: January 01, 2018, 08:49:29 AM »
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#IranianProtests: Once thought unthinkable, footage shows protesters storming headquarters of Islamic Revolutionary Guard in Ahvaz
 Mohamed Othman

I hope the vide loads, otherwise go to the link, this guy is on top of the protests in Iran.

https://twitter.com/joshdcaplan/status/947840438026801157
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US greenlights Israel hit
« Reply #11 on: January 01, 2018, 08:52:50 AM »
https://www.timesofisrael.com/report-us-gives-israel-go-ahead-to-kill-powerful-iranian-general/
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US intelligence agencies have given Israel the green light to assassinate the senior Iranian responsible for coordinating military activity on behalf of the Islamic Republic in Lebanon, Syria and Iraq, according to the Kuwaiti newspaper al-Jarida.

For the past 20 years or so, Qassem Soleimani has commanded the Quds Force — the branch of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards responsible for military and clandestine operations outside of the Islamic Republic.

No word from Obama or Clinton (both looking for a "reset" button)  This NEEDS to be mentioned:

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Newspaper says Washington and Jerusalem have overcome the differences that saw Americans tipping off Tehran about Israeli attempt to kill Qassem Soleimani 3 years ago

...ahem... who was POTUS 3 years ago?

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Soleimani is a key figure in efforts to prop up Syrian President Bashar Assad and to enable him to retake cities and towns from rebel groups during his country’s ongoing civil war. He is also responsible for providing military aid to the Lebanese terror group Hezbollah and the Palestinian Hamas in Gaza — both of which are committed to the destruction of Israel — as well as to Shia and Kurdish groups in Iraq.

Suppressing and enslaving people, fomenting unrest, racial & religious division here and abroad - what a legacy to unwind.

................. gotta add this, it's not just localized to one city

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Re: Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« Reply #12 on: January 01, 2018, 10:49:55 AM »
Protests begin to spread around the globe in support of Iranian protestors.

https://twitter.com/twitter/statuses/947892743296176128
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Re: Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« Reply #13 on: January 01, 2018, 11:05:20 AM »
Speaking of, do they have a leader in mind?

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Re: Iranian Protestors STORM Supreme Leader Ali Khameini residence
« Reply #14 on: January 01, 2018, 11:13:55 AM »
Speaking of, do they have a leader in mind?
Yes, but he was exiled, sorry I can't recall his name, but he was a Mayor of a large Iranian city and there was talk of installing him till an election could be held.
I found this note regarding why the Republican Guard hasn't stood and fought.
If I'm reading this correctly, the leadership is abandoned and loses protection.
 
'We are commissioned to protect the lives, properties and honor of our nation.'
regulations of the Army of the Islamic Republic of Iran, we are commissioned to protect the lives, properties and honor of our nation, and defend our sacred soil, as well as combat all occupying forces within the borders of the land. Any failure in carrying out this duty is considered a betrayal of nation and oath. According to the constitution, the defense of the rights of the nation of Iran, and avoidance of the collapse of the country takes precedence over protection of the ruling regime."

https://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/135292
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