Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Is Ayatollah Khamenei and the clerics Ahmadinejad’s and the IRGC’s stooges?

Several reported dead in violent clashes in Tehran

A bloody showdown in Iran, deaths arrests, and defiance, the Iranian regime as predicted in June is beginning to crumble before our eyes! In the middle of twice President Khatami’s speech the basij barged in and chaos ensued! The 1979 Revolution is ending the people want their country back.

Think about it! You know how I feel about Iran's Revolutionary Guard Command! Like most I believe the election was stolen. I originally though it had to be known right to the top but I do not think so. I now thing even Ayatollah Khamenei was duped about the stolen election. Some not all of the clerics have been dragged into bed with the IRG!

As you know, the IRGC was set up to protect the ruling authority after 1979 and are supposed to be controlled By Ayatollah Khamenei 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. 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.

Grand Ayatollah Hoseyn Ali Montazeri's death poses newer and even bigger problems for the regime. I think this will be the straw that broke the camels back! The Revolutionary Guard will not relent and they will be seen as preventing the mourners from marking the Grand Ayatollah’s death. This will be the current regimes biggest threat yet! It has proven too true!

The IRGC is in control of furthering Shiite demands around the Middle East! You know by no what they are doing in Yemen, Iraq, and everywhere they can in the Middle East. I now believe Khamenei is the power behind the crackdown but he is unknowingly enforcing a lie!

As we have been discussing, this will continue to ratchet up whenever possible. Sunday the 7th day of mourning for Ayatollah Montazeri which coincided with Ashura. The IRGC has stepped up their violence in response to the growing fervor of the protesters.

Mir Hossein Moussavi’s nephew Ali Mousavi Khamanei has now been killed shot through the heart. So far 9 people have been killed! There has been violence since the stolen election in June. However this as we have been saying is once more being brought to a new level.

Absolute pandemonium! The opposition is picking its moments carefully and getting bolder. Amidst cries of we will fight we will die we will take our country back they are now fighting and dying but taking their country back I don’t know but I wish them luck! This has gone to another level! Protesters wanted a fair election now they only want regime change.With 9 dead Ashura is Bloody mourning

Some of the Basij and IRG are refusing to stop or beat the protesters and are even laying down arms and joining the people. They know the people are right! This did not happen in 1979; we are seeing a new and hopefully better Iran awakening, better for the Iranian people and better for the world. Iran is perhaps the most important Nation in the Middle East and what is happening there is is most important to the world and our future.

In pictures: Tehran clashes

Q&A: Iran protests

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma


Sarah Sofia Ganborg said...

Hi Jim,
did you see Demeur's and my comment from yesterday?

Personally I must say, I've pretty much had it with the Iranians. But that is of course neither a fair, nor a sensible statement.

The people there are in general so beaten up that they don't have a backbone and it's hardly ever reason that drives them, but just emotions, negative emotions = insanity.
So even though some might act like heroes while the actions of others are those any half civilized person would condemn, they in fact are driven by the same insanity.
So I guess the only way to heal the world is to make people mentally well and then they will automatically make the right decisions, since the optimal choice is always the best for everybody and the greatest good.

Demeur said...

It does look like the tides are turning. In 1979 though the entire country had turned against the Sha and we know why. He was the U.S. puppet.

Holte Ender said...

From what I can see of the pictures it seems like we are witnessing anarchy, and what comes next is Marshall Law and curfews, people being dragged away in the middle of the night. The people who have the power are not going to give it up cheaply.

Karen said...

Hope the people continue the protests even though it means more blood shedding. How else is anything to be changed?

an average patriot said...

Hi Sarah
I will go back and check. I had to go to the VA this morning so I was short of time.

I think the protesters of course are way outmatched but this is just getting legs. This did not happen in 79 some are apologizing to the protesters and joining them.

Neither side is going to relent and whatever happens it will affect the entire middle east and the world.

an average patriot said...

The tide is turning! They are arresting and killing who they can but that will only further this along.

an average patriot said...

Holte I classified it as anarchy at the public media site I write on. They are dragging people away in the night. They just took away the sister of a nobel prize winners sister. Bodies of those killed are being taken so there is no reason for things to get worse but they will for sure!

an average patriot said...

Hi Karen! Those people are not going to relent and neither is the regime. What ever happens will affect the entire world.

Sarah Sofia Ganborg said...

yes, I meant Tom! Sorry, I'm not very good with names, can't recall the names of my neighbor's kids either... but yes: Tom! And I sure know what you mean when he says they aren't too alert, nor paying attention... one should think that the simple fact that they won't live very long unless they sharpen up a little should raise their necessity level just a tiny bit... but that's what I've been telling you: it's due to the mental condition of the individual! You can tell them their ass is on fire an they still won't move!

I asked a former Iranian soldier once about why he and others had supported Khomeni and got at him about some issues of treason which he had committed and frankly I would have understood if they had come down really hard on him back then.
But do you think he or others are pulling themselves together afterwards? Nope, they just become even more of a liability and join other traitors and this way the game and the turmoil continues endlessly!

One can only help those people if one manages to help them individually to improve their own mental state. Otherwise all efforts are waisted. Am feeling pretty apathetic about that one.

Did I get you right: Jim's going back into theater? Geez!
But okay I can also understand if cushy civvy life is a pain for him and I imagine he must think that all the BS that the average citizen is fuzzing about is by far too ridiculous... it's really annoying just how fake this pictures of the nice civilized world is and so you can't blame him, if he prefers direct confrontation to covert conflicts...

an average patriot said...

Hi Sarah!

Those in command of the EOD school in Florida recruited Jim to get the school back in order and top of the line. Everyone is very happy. Jim is getting his new test aircraft, instructors and lesson plans are back up to snuff and Jim hopes to step down in June.

He has been trying to get back to Afghanistan since he started at the school but they would not let him loose. I wish he would just stay around his family for a while and be happy but he has to be in front of this doing his job.