Iranian Freedom Fighters Rise Up, Again – Will 2018 Fare Better Than 2009? and, Wherein Lie The Differences?

Image result for pics of iran freedom fighters 2018

TO those who are unfamiliar with the jungle-like apparatus of Mid East dictatorships – as well as the knock-on effects to the geo-political landscape – much of what is transpiring in the Iranian arena appears to be déjà vu. Yes and no.

BUT before we delve any further, the reader dare not conflate Iran’s freedom fighters to the likes of so-called Palestinians! Hogwash. The point being, one side is bravely fighting to remove the tyrannical and bloody yoke of their leaders, while the other are guerrilla terrorists, whose sole aim is the destruction of another nation, Israel. Apples and oranges.

AS a matter of record, in Aug. 2013, a particular analysis on the 2009 struggle  was cited for a “Watcher of Weasels” award, and it was not for nothing.

Many moons ago – at least in the time frame of too many ADD-afflicted westerners – the Islamist-in-Chief was immersed, as usual, in perpetual campaign mode and golf jaunts, all the while Iranian freedom fighters were slaughtered in their streets. Barely 4 years have passed since the leader of the free world ignored their pleas, as Iranians begged for assistance to remove the boot of the mullahs via the so called “twitter revolution. Obama Inc’s national disgrace is amply described within the above Washington Times Editorial.

It goes without saying, the Islamist-in-Chief has no interest in freeing the Mid East from the sword of Islam. His embrace of the Muslim Brotherhood Mafia is more than emblematic of said charge. In fact, the polar opposite is the case. Currently, the leader of the free world is agitating (also threatening Egypt’s military) for Morsi’s Mafia to be set free, even though Egypt’s military has evidence of treason against them. Think about what this means in terms of which side America is siding with and the geo-political blow back, its knock-on effects. Besides, each and every intervention (“leading from behind or full frontal) ends in further disaster, both for the west and towards regional factions seeking freedom.

True to form, here is a devilish sampling of the Pyromaniac-in-Chief’s handiwork:

Regarding the Mid East landscape, the planned empowerment of the Muslim Brotherhood Mafia ala Egypt is resoundingly resonant. Thus, an earthquake in the Arab world’s most populous nation is erupting.  And since the Brotherhood Mafia is a GLOBAL organ the blow back exploded into the heart of Boston’s streets

As such, are the above constructs compatible with a Commander-in-Chief who hearts liberty and freedom, or is he more in line with totalitarian rule emanating from political-theo Islam, the authentic boot of the mullahs and assorted Islamists?


‘We were expecting Mr. Obama to help the Iranian people … but he hasn’t’

  • The sister of a man arrested and tortured to death by the Islamic regime in Iran says the Iranian people love America and Americans and it hurt them when the Obama administration did nothing to help with a sprouting democracy movement there at the outset of his administration.

Nasrin Mohammadi was interviewed by WND about a pending lawsuit against the powers of Iran who jailed her brother, Akbar, for seven years, then killed him.

  • In two videos, she explains how the help sought by the Iranians, repressed under the mullahs of what was ancient Persia, never developed. The pro-democracy movement surged during the time of the Iranian elections, which took place shortly after Obama was elected.

The case in which she is a plaintiff against Iran and its president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, is seeking $387 million in damages.

The claim recently was submitted by attorney Larry Klayman of Freedom Watch on behalf of members of the Mohammadi family, including Manouchehr, Reza, Simin and Nasrin.

“Iran is a state sponsor of terror that is performing acts of terrorism on citizens of its own country as well as the United States,” Klayman wrote in a Memorandum on Damages under the Alien Tort Claims Act, the Torture Victim Protection Act and the Foreign Sovereign Immunity Act.

He said, “The systematic imprisonment, torture, and extrajudicial killings being performed deserve nothing but the most extreme monetary punishment. Because the award of punitive damages comes from multiple plaintiffs with multiple causes of action an amount of $300 million is appropriate in this instance… The amount is enough to punish the defendants, who continue to imprison, torture, and murder their own citizens and others who they oppose to this day.”

Klayman broke down the claim as $45 million for economic damages, $27 million for pain and suffering, “solatium damages,” which are mental anguish damages, of $15 million, and the $300 million in punitive damages.

“This amount is nothing but a drop in the bucket for the world’s second largest producer of oil and world’s most prolific and dangerous designated terrorist state,” Klayman noted.

He explained, “In cases such as this, the [court] analysis typically results in punitive damages in an amount three times Iran’s annual expenditure on terrorism, or $300,000,000.”

There was testimony submitted just weeks ago on the damages, since the defendants already are in default, having failed to respond to the court action.

The complaint charged Ahmadinejad, the nation’s supreme leader, the Revolutionary Guard, and the Islamic Republic of Iran as a whole brutally tortured and murdered Akbar Mohammadi.

He was the first student leader to call for “regime change” in Iran as part of the so-called Green Revolution, Klayman said.

“Hopefully,” Klayman said, “this trial will serve to wake up Americans and others to the threat of Islamic Iran to the civilized world, in order to have them demand that our government finally support the Iranian freedom movement by abandoning the administration’s policy of appeasement, truly support Israel, and eliminate these neo-Nazi mullahs and their proxies, as the nation was forced to do with Adolf Hitler.”

Testimony in the case was sought from former CIA Director Jim Woolsey, Iran experts Michael Ledeen and Ken Timmerman, and former U.N. Ambassador Alan Keyes.

“President Obama and his administration, rather than supporting freedom fighters like the Mohammadis and working for regime change (which would also eliminate Iran’s nuclear threat), have turned a blind eye to these crimes against humanity and instead, like Neville Chamberlain with Hitler, have sought to appease the Islamic Republic of Iran. Now, justice will finally be done in an American courtroom,” Klayman said.

The second part of Nasrin Mohammadi’s video: (An additional three parts of the series are contained in a report to be published soon).

“He (Akbar) was not just a freedom or political activist,” Nasrin Mohammadi explains. “I miss him today. I was so close to him.”

The goal is to pull back the curtain on the atrocities imposed by the government in Iran, she said.

“I’m proud of him. He lost his life for his nation, for freedom and human rights,” she said. “The regime took him to jail and arrested him. After serving seven years in jail, the regime took him in the dungeon of the jail and tortured him. He was killed under torture. He was chanting viva freedom.”

She said the case will reveal to the world the terrorists in the Islamic regime.

Nasrin Mohammadi relates in her second video how her parents were told by the government to shut her up too, and she eventually left Iran entirely.

“We were expecting Mr. Obama to help the Iranian people. … but he hasn’t,” she said. “Mr. Obama, are you with us or are you with the mullahs? Yes. Mr. Obama is with the mullahs…”

WND reported earlier when Judge Beryl Howell scheduled the trial in the dispute on behalf of the Mohammadi family.

The case originated several years ago on behalf of Akbar and Manouchehr Mohammadi. They were two famous student leaders who were instrumental in kick-starting the freedom movement in Iran.

The students were imprisoned and tortured, and in Akbar’s case, killed by the Islamic regime in Iran. Klayman said the case not only seeks compensation for the atrocities but, more importantly, justice for crimes against humanity.

Howell’s earlier ruling said Ahmadinejad, Ayatollah Sayid Ali Hoseyni Khamenei, the Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution and the Islamic Republic of Iran were in default.

Klayman said Iran is a “major threat” to the world peace, and it needs to be put in its place.

“In so doing, not only will the Persian people be freed from bondage and terror, but the nuclear threat will have been largely eliminated, and Israel and the West protected from the horrors of this regime,” he said.

This site will not tolerate any refuge for the so called “Arab Spring”, in reality, an Arab nightmare, and the outrageous spin put out by Obama’s minions and their assorted leftist henchmen. Hence, the following also inserts the nail in the mendacious mantra, yes, Barack HUSSEIN Obama has Israel’s back!  

Indictment sealed!

BACK to 2018, the here and now.

Brave Iranian women can be heard chanting “Dignified Iranians, support us” in this latest anti-regime protest in Khomeyni Shahr (‘s Isfahan Province) on Day 5 of nationwide for a . video sent out via the MEK network.  

EVEN though their cries for freedom in 2009 – for the most part – mirror the crux of today’s struggle, there are intrinsic differences. Effectively, they may determine a different outcome.

YES, then as now, the “Green Revolution” in 2009 echoed shouts for personal freedom, plus an end to economic corruption. But little emphasis was placed on the regime’s support for terror – both internally and outside its borders. On the other hand, this go-around, distinct clarion calls against the fanatical Mullahcracy are ricocheting – in relation to their financial (and immoral) backing of stone-cold killers, as they plunder Iran’s economy in support of dictatorships in Syria and beyond.  

AS such, ever since the uprising began last week, cries of “Death to Dictator” are reported throughout the nation. This is hardly an inconsequential development. No small matter.

(Protesters scream: Down with Hezbollah!!)

MORE specifically – and inordinately significant – the foreign front is completely turned upside its head. A much needed blessing!

BACK in 2009, when the Islamist-in-Chief took over, shamelessly, he stood silent while the regime killed protesters en mass. Not only that, due to his nod of approval, the regime is stronger today, as they consolidated their power in 2009. Inestimably, coupled with HUSSEIN’s support from that point onward, their march toward nuclear power status in 2015 was always in the bag, so to speak.

EVEN so, there is a tiny window of opportunity to turn the tide, but it depends upon how President Trump decides to proceed. So far, on the public front, his straight-shooting verbal support lends Iranians much needed moral courage from the leadership of the free world. It must not be underestimated. Essentially, he has their backs.

Image result for iranian protesters thank Trump

BUT not to be overlooked, “western hands” (read: U.S.) are surely assisting behind the scenes, while certain Arab Sunni regimes (more than likely, the Saudis & Gulf Emirates) are doing the same. For in raw survival and political terms, the calculus is the following: What better way to topple the “mad mullahs” – the nemesis of the aforementioned Sunni regimes – than to create a climate for their demise, thereby, lending a tailwind for regime change and the space for a moderate leadership to emerge? Think: pre 1979. Indeed.

{UPDATE: As always, this site’s hooked-in counterterror sources are spot on. On Jan. 8 – 4 days after this commentary – it has been reported:

Before the eruption of this upheaval, Western intelligence agencies had ranked Iran as the sixth cyber power in the world after the US, Britain, China, Russia and Israel. But when Western and Arab agencies operating behind the anti-government movement acted to reverse the government shutdown and restore the networks, they were amazed to find how easy it was. The US State Department played its part by encouraging virtual private networks to help users gain access to blocked websites. In no time, the cyber weapon had slipped out the grasp of the ayatollahs’ regime……

STILL yet, don’t get distracted by the brutal tactics of the fanatical regime and their true believers. In tandem, they can always amass enough foaming at the mouth Mohammedans to scream “Death To America” and “Death To Israel.” It is like their second skin. Nevertheless, “average” Iranians (unlike “average” Sunni Muslims) are more in sync with Americans and Israelis, than with the fanatics in Iran. They too are willing to place their lives on the line for the sake of freedom.

IN fact, before the rise of the Islamic Republic in 1979, relations between Iran and Israel were not only friendly, but based on mutually shared interests via cooperative efforts. However, no sooner did the Mullahs take over, Israel became a targeted enemy of Iran’s genocidal regime, as did America alike. 

BUT it doesn’t erase what once was, and what can be again, that is, if their boot is removed. Thus, the following message from PM Netanyahu:

The Iranian regime tries desperately to sow hate between Iranians and Israelis. They won’t succeed. When this regime finally falls – and one day it will – Iranians and Israelis will be great friends once again. I wish the Iranian people success in their noble quest for freedom. pic.twitter.com/kk8wTYmhnz

— Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu) January 1, 2018

Netanyahu continued: “I will not insult the Iranian people. They deserve better.” He predicted the regime’s eventual demise as its citizens pursued freedom.

LET us all pray – and assist, in one way or another – that Iranian freedom seekers are successful – not only because it is the moral course to take, but their success will be the west’s. Meanwhile, pay no heed to the revolting responses from America’s leftist-fascists, as well as their counterparts abroad. Simply, their interests are antithetical to freedom.

INCONTESTABLY, if the regime is toppled, much of their worldwide terror will grind to a halt, sooner than later. Resultant, is that not a win-win for the entire free world? If not, why not? 

{MEMO: FB’s censors are limiting the sharing of Adina Kutnicki: A Zionist & Conservative Blog! Indeed, the following message from FB’s censors is crystal clear:


Related Articles

Our Privacy Policy has been updated to support the latest regulations.Click to learn more.×