Sunday, December 13, 2009

Thousands Flee Iran as Noose Tightens

Two days ago we discussed what the Protestors are up against. It is getting worse by the second as this ramps up! I see that the violent crackdown against the protestors of the stolen election is creating a growing brain drain. The people leaving are vital to the current regime the betrayed Iran and the Revolution.

However those in control do not care as long as they are able to continue their clandestine nuclear agenda and continue their clandestine efforts in Syria, Iraq, and the entire middle East as the Revolutionary Guard spreads weapons and knowledge as they can to fight for their version of new Middle East order all compliments of George Bush and his attack against Iraq freeing them up to do so.

There is a growing exodus from Iran but people are not abandoning the cause. They are fleeing for their safety but not forgetting the cause or those they left behind. The UN reports that more than 4200 Iranians have fled. They have sought refuge status around the world since the bloody crackdown after the stolen election in June.

They are merely seeking to be heard and a return to their true Islamic Iran. They want their voices to be heard not brutally quieted. Many have escaped after being freed from jail. They are continuing their fight via technology from around the world, still doing what they can for the cause and those they left behind.

Sadegh Shojai fled Iran after government agents raided his Tehran apartment, seizing his computer and 700 copies of a book he published on staging revolutions. He did not but feels like he abandoned the cause so from the safety of Turkey he continues to churn out articles on anti Government web sites.

He is part of a small but spreading refugee exodus of businesspeople, dissidents, college students, journalists, athletes and other elite Iranians that is transforming the global face of Iran's resistance movement. Thousands Flee Iran as Noose Tightens

Gates Predicts Stronger Sanctions on Iran, Unless Nuclear Policy Changes They do not care, this will only anger authorities and spur them on to further crack down on protest leaders and embolden them to clamp down 100%ramping up their clandestine nuclear program and bring this battle against the children of the Revolution to a head.

The more I learned about The IRGC and the Basij the larger and more powerful they get. I became convinced they are now in control period!

They were 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 but they violently continue to put down an attempt to get it back. How will this end?

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma


jo said...

It's not that I like the guy or anything, but how do you KNOW the election was a fraud?
What we saw (riots, protests) was in Tehran, where they probably had prefered Moussavi to be elected.
But the election is national not just in the capitol... suburbers/provincials/peasants, which make up most of population, would vote the islamists (some by fear, obviously, but that's another subject) in a large majority.
+ you have to acknowledge the western reporters are pretty biased AGAINST Ahmadinejad so it's not like they were deontologic or anything!

Also, to show you that you are yourself pretty biased against the guy (so not TRUTHFUL, just an UI), you put next to your article a caricature of the guy with 'nazi swords'.
Please, find me (at the era of internet this should be easy, although I got nothing) where Ahmadinejad said anything antisemitic...

Persians/Iranians are a semitic people (they do look like arabs), they couldn't be anti(against) -semitic by definition!
They'd like to be viewed as indo-europeans or aryans but that's not what they are, they're clearly note white (caucasian) people.

Finally, besides NY, LA, Chicago, London and obviously any Israeli city, Tehran has the largest jewish community in the world... HOW ANTISEMITE!! (sarcasm)

feel free to respond at

an average patriot said...

I do not have to respond! Think! Iran just announced they are close to completing a nuclear bomb. That I said is their real goal then watch.

Welcome by the way!

jo said...

The problem is the atomic bomb, not Iran wanting one.

Israel has 200 of those by the way, ever hear that in the media?
7.5 million souls, 20 770 km²

Iran 71 millions inhabitants,
1 648 195 km² (that's 80 times bigger than the 51st state, with 9.5 times more people)
to the day: not 1 bomb...

And they shouldn't have the bomb to 'protect' themselves?

PS; when you say "I do not have to respond! Think!" while I just reminded you that our media are so biased, you're just eluding FACTS and thinking your OPINION is the truth...

Think for yourself don't let the media do it.