These from our friends in Iran. Oil production plummeting.
Tehran, June 28, 2010. Following the sanction imposed on clerical regime it is facing shortage in new equipment and financial sources necessary for production of crude oil. This will lead to a decrease of production of almost 18% in crude oil as experts say putting financial pressure on regime and its suppressive organ IRGC.
Labor strife continues.
Tehran, June 27, 2010. By transferring the Vatan Polish Factory to suburbs of Tehran following the plan for such displacements the factory is actually closed and thus all workers of this factory had lost their jobs.
Tehran, June 27, 2010. Retired workers gathered in protest in front of Bureau of Social Providence in Tehran for not receiving their pensions.
Pakdasht, June 27, 2010. Workers of Sazmayeh Factory in Pakdasht announced that they will gather in protest on July 11 carrying gasoline containers. These workers haven’t received their wages for 9 months.
Preparing for more unrest.
Tehran, June 27, 2010. A source said: “IRGC has evaluated that the uprising of July 9 will be directed from outside the country, After Saturday June 26 measures for confronting an uprising on July 9 will start…”. After June 20 Bassij of Sharif Industrial University has sent 200 of its elements at the university to a camp in Isfahan but they are supposed to come back on June 27 getting prepared for potential clashes on July 9. Bassiji students of Sharif Industrial University intended to go back to their towns for summer holidays but university’s Bassijs have been ordered to stay till July 16 being prepared for potential unrests.
Alireza Baigi, East Azerbaijan’s governor had said before that as Ahmadinejad has suggested University of Khaje Nasir in Tehran will be transferred to Maraqeh a city in the province calling the plan ‘providing justice in the country’ but Mohammad Taghi Bethaee the dean said that the university will be transferred to Tehran suburbs. It is to be mentioned that after the beginning of the Uprising clerical regime has intended for displacement of some universities in Tehran to disperse the students decreasing their potential danger for the regime.
The regime in trouble.
Tehran, June 27, 2010. Regime Supreme Leader, Khamenei expressed his concern for the second time in this weak about the downfall of his regime; what he called ‘dusty condition’. He asked regime’s bands to take crystal clear positions against the enemies to preserve the regime. Calling the current situation of regime which will lead to its downfall as ‘dusty condition’ Khamenei said: “in such dusty condition even some elites make mistakes so we need a criterion in the time of ‘sedition’…this criterion is …decisively confronting the protesting enemies, having clear demarcation with the enemy and being aware of its deceptions.
Tehran, June 26, 2010. In Tehran’s Friday prayer this week mullah Sedighi while worried said: “we are under siege today. We are under sanctions. We had overcome a blind and dangerous sedition but we mustn’t be negligent of it yet. Mullah Sedighi named the schism within the top of the regime as well as the Uprising the reason for sanctions and said: “you must know that some elements were in contact with out side the country and all the world was beside them. The whole world still thinks that it has been able to separate some form us and take them into the streets. One of the issues about recent sanctions is that these separated people gave hope to foreigners so that they could put us under sanctions. They think that they could break our solid unity”. Sedighi pointed to the worlds of Khamenei and said: “preserving unity has been the pillar for survival and life. When a person dies his body disintegrates beneath the soil. If you see that we are disintegrating know that we are dying (the regime)”.