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This comes after a threat by Iran to close the Strait of Hormuz – through

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INU - Donald Trump’s recent tweets in response to the Iranian Regime’s threats are yet more evidence that the US will get tough on any country or leader that poses a threat to the US or its interests abroad.

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INU -Not that long ago, Iran was in a very powerful position in the Middle East after signing the 2015 nuclear deal, but now things are a changing. With protests spreading across the country and the US has pulled out of the nuclear deal, it seems more obvious that the Iranian Regime’s days are numbered.

On Monday, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin met in Helsinki to discuss many issues, including trade, defense, and the Middle East. Their talks on the Middle East centered on Iran’s destructive role, including their interference with elections and sponsorship of terrorist acts, and how to counter it.

The US has already pulled out of the nuclear pact, to which Russia is still a part, started to reimpose sanctions, in order to put pressure on the Iranian Regime and restrict their ability to destabilise the region, and called for Iran to leave Syria, where they along with Russia are supporting dictator Bashar Assad.

It is likely that this meeting will be the beginning of the end for the Regime, with the two leaders hoping for cooperation in Syria between their troops, but making no mention of Iran, and emphasising the need to tackle Islamic terrorism, where Iran is the main beneficiary.

Iran has placed their bets of Putin’s support, even sending Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei ’s senior advisor Ali Akbar Velayati to Russia to warn Putin against making a deal with Trump, but this does not appear to have worked.

Putin said: “We will be cooperating with the US on the war against terrorism and establishing peace.”

That’s hardly what Iran wanted to hear, but what is worse is Russia’s apparent refusal to invest $50 billion in Iran and proposals over exchanging Iranian oil for Russian goods.
Prior misfortunes for Iran Regime

This was hardly the start of Iran’s woes. as noted earlier, the Regime is facing significant problems from US sanctions, which are significantly cutting down the amount that Iran can spend destabilising Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Lebanon, and Palestine. The heavy sanctions will come into place on August 6th and November 4th, but the Regime is already failing to control the economy.
The Regime is also suffering defeats on the ground from Yemen to Syria, but they are refusing to step back and are now fighting for survival.

Human rights activist Heshmat Alavi wrote: “The Helsinki Summit also proves that Moscow is no longer interested in anything Tehran can offer. Putin seeks to preserve his own future interests in the Middle East and as sanctions against Iran increase, Tehran’s rulers will lack the money to maintain the Kremlin’s political and military support. As a nail in the coffin for Iran’s regime, Drumpf said US and Russian national security council representatives will be hammering out the details of Monday’s initial agreements.”
Combined with the protests, this is a disaster for Iran, but a win for its people.

Japan’s decision was made because of Trump’s push to isolate Iran from the international community and strangle its trade deals with the rest of the world

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INU - Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has cancelled his plans to visit Iran this summer following Donald Trump’s tough actions against the Regime, according to government sources on Tuesday.

The Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) push their way to the foreground of political power in Iran.

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INU - It appears that the US is finally getting serious about removing the Iranian Regime from power, but the question on every politico’s lips is “how will that work out?” Well let’s look at the possible scenarios.

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INU -The wheels of the Iranian opposition protest movement have continued to gather momentum as the National Council of Resistance of Iran and the Mujahedin (MEK / PMOI) are planning on the largest rally of the year against the mullahs’ regime in Paris.

On Wednesday, Pompeo tweeted that protests are growing in Iran

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INU - US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made a tweet thread this week to describe the ongoing Iranian uprising and explain the reasons behind it.


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