Wednesday, October 21, 2009

US blamed for anger over Iran's election now for killing Iranian Revolutionary Guard the killers of the people!

This guy is right on: Suicide bombing targeted commanders of Irans "elite" Revolutionary Guard. Love it!



Iran defiant as three more given death penalty over election protests Iran still insists on Killing the children of the 1979 Revolution who are angry over the stolen election that was enforced by the Revolutionary Guard and the Basiji killers!

Revolutionary Guard under attack, Great! Jundallah takes responsibility but Iran assigns responsibility to the US. As you know, we also got responsibility because the protesters were and still are furious over the election being stolen! 5 IRG commanders killed along with some 238 others and an estimated 40 injured!in their perverse way in order to justify crushing all opposition Iran is blaming this too on the US!

Iranian official blames deadly bombing on 'US actions'


Just a recap: With the horror unleashed by the IRG and Basij and calls for death to opposition leaders by their General a Q & A on the IRG and the Basij is a must read! There is a question and answer session below that you will want to look at. The more I learn about The IRGC and the Basij the larger and more powerful they get. I am convinced they are now in control period and this will continue to devolve!

Iran's Revolutionary Guard set up to protect the ruling authority after 1979 and are supposed to be controlled By Ayatollah Khamenei who is supposed to be the final authority. I know Ahmadinejad and 2/3 of his first 21 member cabinet are ex IRGC members and that simply reinforces that I am increasingly led to think the IRGC has become the final authority not the Supreme leader.

The Supreme leader is appearing as a puppet needed to keep the religious leaders together and to make it appear that they are still in charge. I know I am not Iranian but I was stunned to find the thugs in the IRGC and the Basij number in the millions. General Yadollah Javani, director of the IRGC's political arm says his thugs we all saw in action beating and killing protesters prevented an attempt to overthrow Islamic rule.

From what I can see Kharroubi, Moussavi, and Khatami want a return to the peoples will and Islamic rule and the IRGC who is now in charge is preventing that at all costs. The IRG has a very strong Political arm. The IRGC also conducts popular military training, they operate a domestic media apparatus and run education programs or should we say brain washing programs to constantly increase their numbers.

Since the 1979 Revolution they have also become a major contractor with ties to firms controlling billions of dollars in business, construction, finance and commerce and are a major contractor, with ties to firms controlling billions of dollars in business, construction, finance and commerce. The IRGC is thought to be factionalized as standouts such as ex IRGC officer Ali Larijani being critics of Ahmadinejad but I certainly do not think so. They have become a major force capable of taking control of Iran and I am afraid nothing less than that is what has happened.

Not only has the IRGC perpetrated the horror and brutality we have all witnessed in and out of jail and lord knows the horror we will never know about but to add insult to injury Brigadier General Yadollah Javani a senior official with Iran's increasingly powerful Revolutionary Guard is calling for the prosecution of two key opposition leaders and a former president, accusing them of fanning the protests that have gripped the nation since its disputed presidential election two months ago.

Opposition leaders Mir Hossein Moussavi and Mehdi Karroubi, along with former reformist President Mohammad Khatami, he says should be tried for attempting to lead a Western-backed revolution that aimed to topple the regime. I am sick of hearing that crap. That was not western backed though I am sure they and us have been cheering this on. Those people merely want their true people led Republic back not the IRGC controlled Islamist Republic of Iran.

He wants the judiciary to go after them, arrest them, put them on trial and punish them according to the law. Do you know what that will do to the unrest in Iran? it will blow big time and you have to think that is what Javani wants. Then he will be able to get all this out in the open and have his millions of thugs put this to rest once and for all but I don't like what I see happening.

Javani heads the Guard's political bureau. The Guard, which was initially created to protect the leaders of the revolution, is under the direct control of Iran's supreme leader and enforces the governments' Islamic codes and morality supposedly but I believe they are actually in control. Q & A on Iran's Revolutionary Guard and the Basij militia

At this point I have to hope Jundallah, the Soldier's of God partner with the Protesters! Like it or not Ahmadinejad and the IRGC are not going to relent, will continue their persecution of all opposition and will continue to blame it all on outside instigation mainly Britain and the US and not their corruption so they can maintain control over Iran and her Democracy minded people. Like it or not when all is said and done all opposition forces are going to have to unite and take on the IRGC, Ahmadinejad, and the current corrupt Dictatorial regime. Good luck with that people!

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
www.anaveragepatriot.com

5 comments:

Demeur said...

This is a bit more complicated than you might think Jim. I went over to Naj's blog and did some digging. Seems the Jundallah have their own agenda. They are a group fighting Suuni persecution. Remember most of the country is Shia. According to a wiki entry they are in fact backed with U.S. help which might make sense. Except that here we are backing the Shia in Iraq and the Suunis in Iran. If that's not a case for seperation of church and state I don't know what would. So you see the uniting of forces isn't going to happen as you would hope.
If the information is correct this is one hell of a can of worms. If we're smart we'll stay the hell out of this situation but with nukes involved I wouldn't count on it.

Robert Rouse said...

We also have to factor in the possibility of a huge flareup in Iran if/when Israel decides to act on their own like they did with Iraq. A massive air strike by Israel will be the proverbial straw on the Iranian camel's back.

an average patriot said...

I know Demeur and it is more complicated than that. I know they have their Sunni agenda but they are both anti the current regime along with the greatest Ayatollah in Iran, Sistani who stays in Iraq because the1979 Revolution was betrayed. Naj has taught me a lot and I enjoy her lessons!

an average patriot said...

Robert you dropped out for a while but I have long been convinced that if the IRG doesn't get this going Israel will and we will come to her rescue! But?

Holte Ender said...

Blaming the US for the bombings is totally expected. Hell they blamed us the protests after the fake election, they are in the process of lying to their people in the biggest way, expect more accusation of involvement in the turmoil that is washing over them.