These from our friends in Iran. The mullahocracy is not having fun.
Tehran, June 30, 2010. Ali Larijani the head of regime’s parliament expressed his wrath in regard with G8’s statement about a halt in regime’s nuclear activities and demanded that the activities be speeded up. He addressed the members of Security Council and said: “you will take this wish to your graves to be able to stop Iran’s nuclear activities”.
Tehran, June 30, 2010. The head of Security Commission of regime’s Majlis said: “we do not accept 1929 at all and that’s the reason we canceled the negotiations until mid August”.
Tehran, June 30, 2010. In its editorial Afarinesh Daily wrote that by approval of 1929 resolution another course of sanctions has started against regime and the following it sanctions announced by other countries show that this pressure is increasing. The daily wrote: “far from the announced goal of sanctions, ‘bringing Iran back to the negotiation table’, actually the international sanctions both collectively, or issued by one country have broaden the pressure on Iran. In addition to that the recent words of chief of CIA said that probably Iran will achieve nuclear weapon until 2012, the dispute amongst European officials and the reaction of the leaders of G8 all show that there is increasing quest to intensify the sanctions and pressures against Iran”….
Tehran, June 30, 2010. The schism has deeply increased within Khamenei’s band: Amir Mohebian from Khamenei’s band: it is for a while that known personalities of hardliners in the government and Majlis (parliament)… have forgotten the especial condition of their society both inside and outside the country and whenever they get a chance they attack each other on none real or at least none excusable excuses. They discredit each other amongst people and even make people to revolt against the other one. He warned Khamenei’s elements and said: “our condition abroad is as such that any dispute within us is good news for Iran’s (read regime’s) enemies. They will probably say that disputes amongst the heads are due to political and economical pressures so we must increase the pressure and tighten the circle”.
Mullah Reza Ostadi a member of Qom Religious Teacher’s Band warned: “weakening the position of Velayat-e-Faghih will damage the establishment in its root and is not at interest of the society”.
Mohammad Nabi Habibi from fascist Motalefeh Band: “Disputes amongst the powers and activating schism amongst the officials is in the agenda of the schemers of ‘soft-war’. The officials must be careful about disputes in relation amongst the powers”.
In the middle of these disputes an organization from Khamenei’s band disintegrated: Mullah Ibrahim Bahari from the band of Preachers of Velayat said: “disputes has led to our disintegration…”. Mullah Sahjooni pointing to this disintegration said: “the members of central council of this organization decided to disposition Amiri Far the executive director of the organization. Following that some young students of religious school formed and organization called ‘the Society of Preachers of Velayat’”.
Tehran, June 30, 2010. The head of IRGC, Jafari while attacking regime’s defeated fraction said: “it is a hard time for some who were revolutionary and were beside Imam before. As the Islamic Republic progresses remaining a revolutionary and accompanying the revolution gets harder”. Calling purification of the regime from elements other than Khamenie’s subordinates as Islamism Jafari conceded to defects in regime’s forces and said: “most of the problems, challenges and defects occur at the stage of Islamism of the government because some cannot comply with the trend of progress of Islamic Republic … and thus they are defected”.
Analysis. Tomorrow is July Fourth, the anniversary of our Declaration of Independence. In it we declared: “We hold these truths to be self evident. That all men are created equal. That they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”
On our Independence Day our call should be to do what the US does best: spread freedom and individual liberty. The people of Iran deserve our support in their fight for their liberty.