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Both Factions of Iran’s Regime Warn of a Continued Uprising

This is what was going on in Iran during mass protests. City of Marivan, blood of a protestor killed by IRGC

The other one is that the real war is between the “people” and the “entire regime”. Whenever the regime is in crisis or facing uprisings and revolts, these positions are proven.

After days of a protracted and heroic uprising by the Iranian people, we now see the positions of various factions in the regime. This not only confirms this claim but also indicates the severity of the regime’s panic over its future.

The overthrow of the system, the goal of the people

Ali Rabiei, or better known as the torturer “Ebad”, a criminal who nowadays falsely claims to have a “reformist” face, in reaction to the uprising and the protests by the Iranian people realized that the people are in “front” of the regime and their maximum demand is the overthrow of the regime. Also, with his years of experience in the infamous ministry of intelligence, he understands that this uprising will never stop: “… by the way, these political disputes that gave rise to the November 2019 gasoline unrest will certainly raise other issues.” (Iran Newspaper, 23 November 2019)

Nothing is over!

The mullahs’ regime cut off the internet all over the country in order to prevent both the spread of the news and the solidarity of the people and to conceal their brutality in the shadow of ignorance. But in practice, both the fire of the uprising continued, and the scandal of its crimes spread in the world.

The only thing left for the regime, besides the growing political disarray, was the heavy economic damage that the critical disconnection of the Internet brought to the failing economy of the regime and of course the Iranian people.

But what is noteworthy is the warning from both factions of the government that the “uprising” hasn’t subsided.

The state-run newspaper Jomhuri Eslami, for example, warned on 23 November that the leaders of the regime should not misjudge, because “insecurity is still there” and they should not have any illusions about them “but the factors causing insecurity must be identified and eradicated.”

The newspaper predicted that in the future pressure on the people’s livelihoods will push them to protest and will again see what the newspaper calls “mischief of thugs and insecurity.” It adds: “Officials should not be satisfied that the poor are coming to the streets under the pressure of their livelihoods. This is a dangerous phenomenon, dangerous.”

Abbas Abdi issued a warning by counting five of the social damages caused by the regime, adding that the damages not only have not diminished but have also exacerbated. He described the damages as “marginalization, addiction, critical and acute (high rates of social harm), divorce and moral corruption.”

The state-run newspaper Iran, citing Abdi, said that the regime was unable to even “understand” these issues, let alone “solve” them.

And in the end, he confessed that the people are “marginalized” and announced the existence of popular “anger, hatred and grudge” against the regime.

The historical turning point between the past and the future

Whatever future developments, all the activists and observers of the Iranian political scene are unanimous in agreeing that nothing will go back after this uprising. The heavy blow to the “integrity” of the regime and the heroic uprising of the Iranian people seen in the days of the uprising have neither ended nor been abolished since the regime itself is responsible for all existing crises, and of course, has no real solution to the people’s demands.

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