Resistance in Iran continues

Resistance in Iran is growing and becoming more and more prevalent. At the end of last year, protests erupted all over the country and turned into the biggest uprising in Iran in recent years. The protests are still continuing to this day and they are not set to stop any time soon.

The Iranian regime’s days are numbered and it is very well aware that there is nothing it can do to appease the people.

For decades, the people of Iran have been given false promises and their hopes have always been dashed. The Iranian regime is incapable of reform and it is for this reason that the people are calling for regime change.

The people, as always, are supported by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI). On 30th June, the NCRI, the main opposition to the Iranian regime, will hold its annual gathering in Paris so that the current developments and future plans can be discussed. There is always a massive turnout at the gathering (last year there were more than 100,000 people in attendance including dignitaries, government officials, politicians and human rights activists from around the world).

Every year brings more positive developments than the year before. Last year, the President-elect of the NCRI, Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, spoke about the Iranian regime and its state of despair. She emphasised that the situation in Iran is changing and that the international community is finally realising that its policies of appeasement towards Iran do not work.

Mrs. Rajavi highlighted that the only way to achieve freedom for Iran and peace and tranquillity in the region is to firstly overthrow the clerical regime. She made it very clear that the overthrow is “within reach” and emphasised the role of the organised and democratic resistance.

Officials in the Iranian regime are starting to panic about the future and it can no longer hide its desperation. The speaker of Iran’s parliament Ali Larijani recently spoke about the four things that are a threat to the regime’s rule.
He said that the infighting in the leadership and the international isolation are huge factors. Furthermore, he said that the social problems are causing the regime to struggle. But the biggest threat is the growing resistance in Iran and the influence of the NCRI and the Mojahedin-e Khalq (PMOI/MEK).

Furthermore, he took the opportunity to threaten the people of Iran. He warned the millions of people that have participated in protests that the regime will not sit back and let the dissent continue. He said that serious action will be taken against the people that he claims are endangering the national security of the country.

The brave people of Iran have been risking arrest, torture, imprisonment and even execution to voice their discontent with the leadership of the country. They have nothing more to lose, so are not going to give up on their hopes and dreams of a free Iran just because the regime is ordering yet another crackdown on protesters.

The people know that together they are stronger than the regime.

Source » ncr-iran

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