“Never give in never give up”

May 15, 2018
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By Iran Probe Staff

Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Notable friends of Iranian resistance have always advised them, “Never give in never give up”. For four decades the Iranian resistance has stood up against one of the world’s most savage tyrannies. In 2009 when Iranian people rose against the cruel Ayatollahs, Iranian protestors called upon the west not to support the Iranian regime. Nevertheless, former US administration chose to take side with the Ayatollahs and against the people of Iran. Yet, despite all the hardship of the dark days, folks in the Iranian resistance did not give in. However, it took them a decade of hard work and sacrifice to make the rest of the world alert of the dangers the regime in Tehran is making to the world peace.

An article published by the Washington Free Beacon of May 10th, writes, “White House national security officials, including National Security Adviser John Bolton, seeks to reshape longstanding American foreign policy toward Iran by emphasizing an explicit policy of regime change, something the Obama administration opposed when popular protests gripped Iran in 2009”.

Lobbies of the Iranian regime in US proclaim that the process of leaving the nuclear deal will lead to a new war in the Middle East. This, in fact, is aimed to cover up Iran’s adventurist policies in the region and its thirst to gain access to atomic bomb. The article quotes the president of the Security Studies Group, or SSG, a national security think-tank in the US.  He over rules any danger of U.S military intervention. He rather concentrates on a series of moves to hearten Iranian people who are the main victims of the Ayatollahs’ fundamentalist rule. Facing the glitches of an almost bankrupt economy, Iranians are now heated over the regime’s multi billion spending in Syria and on its funding the terrorists in the region.

"The Trump administration has no desire to roll tanks in an effort to directly topple the Iranian regime," said SSG president. "But they would be much happier dealing with a post-Mullah government. That is the most likely path to a nuclear weapons-free and less dangerous Iran."

Experts on Iran affairs foretell that decision by United States leaving the nuclear deal is a failure for the regime of Ayatollahs, who are now facing unrest at home. As the article continues, “One source close to the White House who has previewed the plan told the Free Beacon that the nuclear deal, also known as the JCPOA, solidified the Iranian regime's grip on power and intentionally prevented the United States from fomenting regime change”.

With their mass uprising in January and continuous protests Iranian people have shown that they consent to nothing but a regime change. Iran will see no sign of democracy as long as Ayatollahs, whose survival is built on repression and terrorism, are in office. Without a regime change, terrorist groups, directed and funded by Iran, already operating in Iraq, Yemen, Syria, and Lebanon, will not be defeated. "The ordinary people of Iran are suffering under economic stagnation, while the regime ships its wealth abroad to fight its expansionist wars and to pad the bank accounts of the Mullahs and the IRGC command”, article in Washington Free Beacon continues.

Let’s hope that no hand, such as that of the former US administration, will back the Iranian tyrants, and the uprising of the Iranian people will prevail.

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