‘The day of reckoning is fast approaching’ for Iran

An Iranian pro-democracy activist provided Israel National News with impressions from a visit to Tehran just before the widespread student protests there earlier this week. The report, by an Iranian who currently lives in the West, begins with a clear declaration: “Let me make one thing completely [clear], most everyone hates, with a capital H, this murderous regime.”

The Iranian expatriate, who goes by the pen-name Mehdi2009, claims to have spoken with “ordinary people” throughout all sectors of the Iranian capital over a two-day period. “Make no mistake about it, at least nine of out ten people that I was able to talk with hate Khomeini, Khamenei and, above all, Ahmadinejad,” he said.

“Even people whom I could trust that are on government payroll or are current members of either Basij [the regime’s private militia – ed.] or the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps dislike or hate this tyrannical regime,” the activist continued.

The significance of dissatisfaction within the IRGC, if accurate, cannot be overestimated. Along with the Basij forces, the IRGC is believed to be in charge of Iran’s chemical, biological and nuclear weapons programs, as well as controlling nearly a third of the nation’s economy.

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‘The Day of Reckoning is Fast Approaching’ for Iran

An Iranian pro-democracy activist provided Israel National News with impressions from a visit to Tehran just before the widespread student protests there earlier this week. The report, by an Iranian who currently lives in the West, begins with a clear declaration: “Let me make one thing completely [clear], most everyone hates, with a capital H, this murderous regime.”

The Iranian expatriate, who goes by the pen-name Mehdi2009, claims to have spoken with “ordinary people” throughout all sectors of the Iranian capital over a two-day period. “Make no mistake about it, at least nine of out ten people that I was able to talk with hate Khomeini, Khamenei and, above all, Ahmadinejad,” he said.

“Even people whom I could trust that are on government payroll or are current members of either Basij [the regime’s private militia – ed.] or the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps dislike or hate this tyrannical regime,” the activist continued.

The significance of dissatisfaction within the IRGC, if accurate, cannot be overestimated. Along with the Basij forces, the IRGC is believed to be in charge of Iran’s chemical, biological and nuclear weapons programs, as well as controlling nearly a third of the nation’s economy.

Read Entire Story in Arutz Sheva http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/Flash.aspx/176284

Khomeini, Khamenei

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