Over the last three weeks, Iranian protesters attacked Mullah leader Khamenei, tearing down and torching his poster.
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Analysts said that these protesters have sent an intense message to Khamenei, confirming their hatred of his diabolical policy against the Middle East.
This policy consists in draining in Iran's wealth to finance the Iranian militias in Iraq and Syria (IMIS), Hezbollah militias in Lebanon, and Houthi terrorists in Yemen to kill the innocent civilians and achieve Khamenei's plot in creating Shia Crescent in the Region.
No more silence
The Iranian protesters confirmed, through their recent uprising against Khamenei, that they will continue claiming their fundamental rights to be able to live in dignity, peace, and security.
According to the analysts, Iranian protests have exposed the ugly face of the Mullahs and Khamenei who stole money and starve their people.
The protests started as a response to continued poor economic conditions within Iran.
Many of the demonstrators are angry at what they see as the failure so far of President Rouhani’s government to deliver on promises of more jobs and investment as a payoff from the 2015 nuclear accord, which saw Iran halt its nuclear programme in return for the lifting of sanctions according to the Telegraph newspaper.
“Iran is not a poor country, but its national wealth is going to Hizbollah in Lebanon, IMIS in Iraq and the Houthis in Yemen. Where is our money?,” the activist Ahadi asked, echoing a sentiment expressed by protesters earlier in the week.
Meanwhile, Khamenei, his mullahs, and the Revolutionary Guard, only seem to be getting richer, one trade unionist complained.
“Even conservatives have become increasingly concerned about the... ruling mafia of the Iranian Republic, which has systematically trampled on the rights of Iranian citizens,” said the activist, using the pseudonym Kiumars Pirouz.
Smashing 'the holiness' of Khamenei
Analysts confirmed that the mullahs will not forget this protests that smashed the holiness of Khamenei after they chanted "Death to Khamenei."
They confirmed that Iran's Mullah regime makes critical mistakes if it continued it its police of terrorizing the people.
On Tuesday, Khamenei claimed that recent protests were organized and even financed from abroad and Iran has foiled attempts by its “enemies” to overthrow the country.
Latest reports from Iran said that 22 people have been killed and others were injured when the Revolutionary Guard militias shot the protesters.