The Iranian Uprising: How the West is Trying to Steal the Protests
From the 28th of December onwards, Iran is the scene of protests which are comparable in size to those of 2009 during the so-called ‘green revolution’. According to information from mass media sources, the demonstrations have already led to direct confrontations with the police, as a result of which no less than two people have died in Dorud (in the western part of Iran).
Those same mass media report, that the demonstrators are continuing to use slogans that demand a shift in the country’s highest leadership. In the city of Abkhar (in the north of the country), protestors set gigantic posters with the portrait of Iran’s supreme ayatollah Ali Khamenei on fire. It is also reported that in the central part of Iran in the city of Arak, the demonstrators have set the field headquarters of the pro-government military organisation ‘Basidg’ on fire; this organisation is part of the Corps of Guards of the Islamic Revolution.
At the same time, witnesses in Teheran speak of crowds on the Azadi square, and protestors have burned a police motorcycle in Meshekhed.
However, there are strong arguments that suggest that the people did not begin to march for a change of government independently. There are too many indicators of Soros’ structures actively and consequently transforming economic demands into political hysteria.