Iranian Patriots rally in support of Government and its leaders

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    His parents dont take care of him. We do. He is a lazy, entitled govt mooch.
    Get it right!
     
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    Is Iran Suffering a Color Revolution or Demanding a Change?
    Is Iran Suffering a Color Revolution or Demanding a Change? | New Eastern Outlook



    ". . . . It’s pretty clear that the US State Department, the CIA, the Mossad and the Saudi Mukhabarat have all played a part in the recent events in Iran, as those have long been engaged in subversive activities aimed at the opposition and ethnic minorities of the country. This notion is evident amid the dramatic chain of events developing along with the tried and tested scenario Washington has been using to stage revolutions, as protesters were urged to take to the streets through social media networks. . . . "


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    ". . .There’s also been a lot of tensions between the industrial and agricultural sectors lately. By 1979, it was poor provinces that resisted the US neocolonial rule the most, and the Iranian revolution was aimed at addressing the needs of poor farmers and craftsmen that were living in bitter poverty. This demanded an ideology in which the positions and slogans would be combined against neocolonialism, secular collaboration and nationalism. The Iranian revolution has solved the question of power and ideology, but it has also managed to answer the most crucial question of any revolution – at whose’s expense will the country develop. Naturally, with provinces being so poor all development came at the expense of the urban communities, which were subjected to clerical-communal ethics. But that’s exactly where the contradictions started to multiply. By developing industrial production the government was forced to advance education, science and the Internet. At the same time, it subjected those social groups to a massive amount of ideological pressure. In general, the interests of the country’s development and ideological attitudes have arrived at an insurmountable contradiction, from which it is impossible to escape without conflict. From the point of view of the anti-neocolonial struggle, the Ayatollah regime was progressive, but it has also put a brake on the further national development and the revival of Iran. These contradictions have, in fact, triggered both the “Green Revolution” of 2009, and the current turmoil. What role the US State Department played in all this is irrelevant, as the contradictions objectively exist, and they were created by the Iranian authorities themselves.


    The second critical factor that influences what is happening is the strategy chosen by the government. In essence, this strategy is purely leftist, as it can be roughly formulated by the following notion: First we build Shia influence and then we begin development. The government is convinced that it’s not the time for the people to think about well-being, as all resources are to be invested in the quest for regional leadership. It’s all a Trotsky style: first the world revolution, and then communism. It is only logical that such a strategy led to the fact that social support for the government among the rural and urban first-generation population began to crumble. The urban population cannot continue supporting rural areas and the regional aspirations at its own expense. The modern Iranian urban population wants a more open society, an end to ideological pressure, but it’s unlikely that it will be happy to see American tanks entering Tehran. And the American business of plundering is unlikely to be welcome in Iran either. . . "

    Is Iran Suffering a Color Revolution or Demanding a Change? | New Eastern Outlook
     
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    even google is filter and blocked on my mobile now
     
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    Blame it on the CIA/Mossad/Saudi Arabian infiltrators instigating this stuff.
     

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