Leaked Meeting Documents Show Iranian Leadership is Panicked with Continued Anti-Regime Protests
The Iranian regime is panicked as democratic protests continue to spread across the country.
In a sign of desperation Iranian Guard Members drove into a protest crowd and began blaring “Allahu Akbar!” over their loud speakers.
The protesters quickly surrounded the van and started chanting, “Shameful! Shameful!”
Islamic Revolutionary Guard infiltrates a crowd of protesters and chant "Allahu Akbar" via loudspeakers to drown out chants made by the protesters. The protesters surround the van and shout "shameful, shameful."
One man yells: "shut it down." #IranProtests pic.twitter.com/owBCi2qcMt
— Armin Navabi (@ArminNavabi) January 2, 2018
Big building burns in fire of humiliated people anger, on sixth day of anti GOV protest, Wali Faqih dictatorship and mullahs corrupt regime. #KhomeyniShahr , #Isfahan Province, #Iran
Jan,02,2018#IranianProtests#IranProtests #تظاهرات_سراسرى#خشم_ایران pic.twitter.com/92S0ShRIRN
— Ahmad Batebi (@radiojibi) January 2, 2018
FOX News reported:
A leaked report provided to Fox News shows how Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei met with political leaders and heads of the country’s security forces to discuss how to tamp down on the deadly nationwide protests.
The report covered several meetings up to December 31 and was provided to the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) from what it said were high level sources from within the regime.
The meeting notes, which have been translated into English from Farsi, said the unrest has hurt every sector of the country’s economy and “threatens the regime’s security. The first step, therefore, is to find a way out of this situation.”
The report added, “Religious leaders and the leadership must come to the scene as soon as possible and prevent the situation (from) deteriorating further.” It continued, “God help us, this is a very complex situation and is different from previous occasions.”
Protests are planned in several Iranian cities on Tuesday.
— Our Iran (@Ouriran96) January 2, 2018