Iran Protests Escalating Again


CBC News – Dec 29, 2017
Iran protests continue to spread, with demonstrators voicing dissatisfaction with the government and the economy. Mazir Bahari, an Iranian-Canadian journalist and a former political prisoner in Iran, says this is the result of decades of frustration among Iranians.


Just as Obama’s first term in office got underway, there were protestors in Iran against the sham elections put on the world stage by the Mullah and his regime. The group was seeking a greater democratic government in which the entire country could participate. The 2009 protest and uprising was harshly quelled.

What did Obama do during those days?

According to a Washington Times post of June 2009: Mr. Obama addressed the protests for the second day by saying he did not want to be seen as “meddling” in Iranian politics, though he did say “violence directed at peaceful protesters” is “not how governments should interact with their people.”

McCain ranted as did Romney and conservatives that Obama should have been speaking out against the corrupt election. Still Obama barely expressed any real angst at the Mullah or in any way encouraged the protests.

In part, he may have been right. The Mullah and others in the Middle East absolutely hate anything that appears as interference from the Western countries, most particularly the US. They have deliberately and vocally ranted in the streets about perceived interference.

However, some of the past eight years of violence and hate directed at the world and carried out within the Middle East might have been avoided had Obama not only stood strong but refused to supply any funds publicly or secretly that helped strengthen the regime.

During the unrest, Obama did not rule out the possibility of engaging with Iran over the nuclear issue. His administration officials and European diplomats however did put a different spin in suggesting that the door to nuclear treaty with Iran was all but closed as a result of the protests and actions of the Iranian government. Obviously they were only deflecting criticism and running with the suggestions of the NIAC to whom Obama turned to for advice.

“I think that under these circumstances, no one is going to be able to pursue anything because there is nothing to pursue,” said Trita Parsi, the president of the National Iranian American Council, who has been consulting with White House officials “on a daily basis,” he said, about the unfolding situation in Iran.

As columnist Eli Lake explained, writing for the Bloomberg, “Obama wasn’t just reluctant to show solidarity in 2009, he feared the demonstrations would sabotage his secret outreach to Iran.”

By 2015, not only had Obama “struck a deal” but there had been very large flow of cash, equipment, and weapons in the area. Some of the cash flow continued up until the day President Trump took office.

Many conservatives took the side that he was enabling the current government-run by Islamic radicals and that the horrific incident at Benghazi was a symptom of the Obama administration’s efforts to assist Iran and other fundamentalist/radical groups in the area. To highlight their concerns, the finger was pointed at all the Iranian Muslim influence being exerted daily within his inner sanctum.

President Obama’s Nuclear Deal allowed Iran access to assets frozen in the US to the tune of $100 billion. The Obama administration even shipped $1.7 billion in cash to the regime, described as ‘settlement of old legal claim.’ That is not even counting how much secretly had been moved around and shuffled from department to department ultimately ending up in the lap of his Mullah friend in Iran.

Not only was the voice of the people quelled but eight long years of horrific violence ensued. Violence that should by all rights be laid not just at the door of extremists but also those who enabled them. In particular Obama in his role as the president of one of the world’s foremost nations.

Obama might have turned the tide for a more democratic form of government in Iran at a time prior to the emergence of the more vicious animals following a so-called fundamentalist Islamic vision. It simply did not fit in with his plans nor was he willing to engage in strengthening anything US as we have since discovered.

The Mullah absorbed all that Obama sent him in order to continue his vision of military superiority to carry out some vague prophecy from the Dark Ages rather than to use it to help his people survive. From information filtering out, he has literally taken all of the money the citizens of Iran had stored in banks or hidden away and diverted it to his grand scheme as well.

Buoyed by the cash flow thanks to Obama-Kerry Nuclear Deal,  the Iranian regime has more than likely overstretched itself militarily.  It is said that they have been funding and manning pro-Iranian militia in Syria, Yemen and Lebanon. Tehran has also once again resumed aid to the Gaza-based Islamist terror outfit Hamas.

Iran’s Mullah may once again have been rudely wakened from his control of the worldwide Muslim community. The protests if accomplishing nothing else have pointed out why the Constitution made such a point of division between religion and republic. With Obama out of office, Iranian regime will be facing a hostile US administration this time as they go about  crushing yet another uprising at home.

One thing that is obvious today, is that Iranian citizens have seen that President Trump is a far different leader than was Obama. With President Trump in office, the cash cow has been drastically reduced. Unfortunately the citizens are suffering. What only a few are addressing in MSM is that once again the Iranian people are attempting to take control of their country.

President Trump and others have voiced support rather than being determined to placate which is far different from prior statements of Obama.

Donald J. Trump‏Verified account

Many reports of peaceful protests by Iranian citizens fed up with regime’s corruption & its squandering of the nation’s wealth to fund terrorism abroad. Iranian govt should respect their people’s rights, including right to express themselves. The world is watching! #IranProtests

7:42 PM – 29 Dec 2017


Iran’s leaders have turned a wealthy country with a rich history and culture into an economically depleted rogue state whose chief exports are violence, bloodshed, and chaos,” State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said in a statement. “As President Trump has said, the longest-suffering victims of Iran’s leaders are Iran’s own people.”


Again we see how globalists like Soros have interfered with countries, enabling those most aligned with their own plans to grow. It is definitely time to break their hold on countries who were for the most part living their lives as they chose and are now destroyed or nearly so by hate, bloodlust, and pure evil. All of this for the globalist bid to take over the world under one socialist government which has not and cannot ever work successfully.



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13 Responses to Iran Protests Escalating Again

  1. vonmesser says:

    Been there (Bandar a Bas 1976) and saw what Iran was before Carter.

  2. Popular Front says:

    This is how it has always happened in the Middle East, since forever. If the regime is unpopular or repressive or both, sooner or later the citizens will take to the streets to protest, peacefully at first. As the regime gets more nervous, the security forces start inflicting casualties which enrages the citizens who respond with makeshift weapons or sheer numbers. Arms are acquired by the citizens and running street battles commence with heavier weapons – tanks, artillery, helicopters etc – leading to many more casualties and much more hostility. Next it is full-blown civil war which does not stop until the citizenry are brutally repressed or the ruling clique are overthrown and massacred. Apathetic Westerners take note, Iranian citizens are back on the protest-go-round.

    • Uriel says:

      True Popular and then outsiders are left trying to figure out who is what. Last report I saw today many have already been killed and more will follow

      • Popular Front says:

        Uriel, our former (very conservative) Prime Minister Abbott once described the whole Iran/Iraq/Syria/Lebanon shitfight as “the bad guys vs the bad guys”. Naturally the leftist press went into full shrieking pants-wetting foot-stamping mode. Thing was, the bulk of average Aussies agreed with him.

        • Uriel says:

          An apt description I think. Tribes have always fought there I guess it was the lack of good land maybe

          • Popular Front says:

            Actually Uriel, the area known as the Levant was the original ‘land of milk & honey’ of antiquity which is why so many armies fought over and for it. It only fell into desolation when the arabs finally got hold of it after the Crusader Period, then they let the irrigation systems fail with the resulting droughts and famines. Since the jews have been migrating into Palestine/Israel after 1948 they have been recovering the land with smart management and innovation so more power to them. Naturally the local arabs have been sitting in their arses not helping and now the region looks pretty good they want it all back. Fuq em, come and fight for it Abdul!

  3. Hardnox says:

    What is telling is that the world’s lefties are siding with the Mullahs.

    • Uriel says:

      Yes. That is freaky

    • Popular Front says:

      What is truly strange, ‘Nox is that the homo lobby are almost exclusively Left, so if their lefty leaders are siding with the mullahs I wonder if they’re actually aware that those same mullahs like nothing better than to fling a few gayboys to their doom off tall buildings after Friday midday prayers?

  4. Shar says:

    Hard to detect the average age in the crowd. I heard on the news that 70% are 30 and under and willing to die for freedom.

    • Uriel says:

      Shar given all that has happened they are generally “elders” at the age of 15 because they have seen and been subjected to so much horror. And they do realize consequences are either survival or death. That’s why I am so disgusted and ashamed of many westerners who do not value what they have and willing to throw it away.

  5. Uriel says:

    Popular very true. Look at the area the Jewish people reluctantly returned in Gaza. They had turned it into a fertile land with several industries but within a month after the Muslims took over it was destroyed and ruined

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