Protests in Iran......normal in most countries.

Protests take place in the UK after a few days notice to the local police.

Protests take place in the USA after a few days notice to the local police.

Protests take place in Russia after a few days notice to the local police.

A heck of a lot of Protests takes place in France after a few days notice to the local police.

Protests are ALLOWED in Iran after a few days notice to the police.

One paid CIA agit-prop shouting against the Rohani government or even a small rent a crowd don't amount to a hill of beans. 

There is a POWER STRUGGLE in Iran between the moderates led by Rohani and the so-called hard-liners. Rohani won the last round, and the hardliners are smarting from their loss. Rohani is good for Iran. Rohani is good for Israel. Rohani is good for the world and a more peaceful just world. Israel does not have the imagination or the courage to speak with him.........but would rather fall in line with 'al-CIA-duh' ISIS, MEK, and the Iranian hardliners to defeat Rohani.

In a perfect world Rohani, the mullah ought not to be running a sophisticated, great, historic nation of 80 million, but ought to be in the mosque mostly giving harmless sermons. But what can you do when the CIA install the mullahs in the country and systematically tool up the mullahs to establish their primacy in the country vis a vi all the other legitimate political groups  (1979--1981)

1. What I do know about Rouhani is that he hasn't become a multi-millionaire unlike so many mullahs, who become rich without doing any business. His family and children aren't rich either. There are no CORRUPTION charges against him. And that is not due to a lack of want by the hardliners in Iran.

2. He hasn't sold nuclear civilian parts to other countries in contravention of IAEA rules, unlike Tory leader Maggie Thatcher, with her son and Dave the rave Cameron from South Africa.......Israeli officials.....American officials and of course 'count me in if it makes money'.....Hilary Clinton with BILL.

3. Rohani doesn't kill kids in blood sacrifice and drink their blood to keep young and beautiful forever.

4. Rohani doesn't go off to NY to watch gay BDSM live shows in NY.

5. Rohani doesn't bugger little children like Ehud Barak in the Lolita Express, or Menachem Begin.

6. Rohani doesn't sponsor ISIS.....Under the Arab proverb, 'The enemy of my enemy is my friend'.....and shake hands with rescued ISIS fighters in Israeli hospitals.

Rohani might be the next Supreme Leader, in the future which would be good for Iran and for global peace. Israel should be supporting him if it seriously wants peace.

I'm going to use grade 8 language here:

Israel small because of the map was drawn by the Imperial British which was not altogether in good faith. Israel contains 5.6 million Jews....33% of all Jews. 

Persia big .......first great empire in human history, and still very big despite being cut to a smaller size by Imperial Britain with areas given to Afghanistan, India......and by Imperial Russia in the Caucasus and Turkmenistan. Iran contains 80 million mainly Iranic people, with some Arabs and Mongols.

Iran is a SHIA Muslim country:

This means the Shia's in Iraq (65%) like Iran ๐Ÿ’œ
and look to Iran for leadership and protection. The USA after the invasion of Iraq in 2003, which was at the behest of Israel, INVITED Iranian special forces the Quds Brigade to Iraq to curry favour with the Shia majority, and punish Saddam and his Sunni minority Baathists (20%). Iran has about 1000 special forces in Iraq, but their presence is nothing evil, sinister and dangerous......not certainly with a paltry 1000 men. Najaf and Karbala in Iraq, are the two most holy sites for ALL Shia in the world. They are historic neighbour countries who share a common history.

Iran likes Syria, Syria loves Iran. Syria is the only ARAB country which was loyal to Iran, whilst Iran fought an 8-year war with Iraq. The ruling elite in Syria is Shia (Alawite 13%) .....so that is another reason why Syria likes Iran, and Iran likes Syria too.๐Ÿ’œ.......NOW I'M GOING TO SAY SOMETHING SHOCKING.......and its rocket science complicated, too. If Israel and its dogs stop sponsoring 'al-CIA-duh' and ISIS in an oh so clever underhanded way, then the 2000 Iranian soldiers in Syria will go home. The small Iranian troops have been invited into Syria LEGALLY under International law to protect their country. The USA, NATO, Israeli forces and Turkey are in Syria illegally......killing a lot of civilians and helping ISIS.

There is no need to shit in our pants OVER 2000 Iranian soldiers in Syria, (anyway what exactly are 2000 Third World troops going to do to Israel, even if they wanted to ????Nothing)...and have sweaty dreams about the 'Persian hordes are coming!"

44,000 verses 10,000   History does not repeat itself......the Israelis should relax. REALLY.

Lebanon also contains Shia, the largest religious group in that country.

The Shia of Lebanon love Iran and Iran like the Shia of Lebanon ๐Ÿ’œ. This not strange or sinister.......its a neighbourhood and religious thing. The Shia though the largest group in Lebanon had the least power---with the Sunni helping the Christian Lebanese run the country. What complicated matters is that there was a PLO force of 20,000 in Southern Lebanon, along with Palestinian refugees who had been driven out of Northern Palestine in 1947/48 and 1967. Israel invaded Lebanon in 1982 to eliminate the Palestinian military BUT MADE THE MISTAKE OF EXTENDING THEIR STAY, to create a buffer zone in Southern Lebanon.....and killing a lot of innocent people, including the beautiful resort city of Beruit.

The Shia in Lebanon is represented politically by AMAL a secular group run by Nabi Berri who has an American wife and an American passport. AMAL appears ineffective in protecting the Shia from the Israeli invasion since they live in the poorer parts of the country with the Palestinians, as neighbours. Matters for AMAL turn worse, when the USA invites itself into Lebanon as neutral 'peacekeeper' with marines, who end up firing battleship WWII type shells into Shia neighbourhoods, to reinforce Israeli occupation of the country. Finally, AMAL negotiates a peace deal which saves American hostages on a plane in Lebanon. 

For the ordinary Shia it would appear their 'American' leader in Nabi Berri isn't doing a lot of protecting the Shia, but the American's....maybe he is an American puppet or worse a spy for the USA. So the Shia of Lebanon slowly turn to Iran, and Iran being a Shia religious state obliges. It would have not done so if the Shah was in power....but I guess its always difficult to calculate all the permutations when you back Islamists into power at the behest of the Rothschilds of London.

Hezbollah would not have existed if the Israelis swiftly left Lebanon after the 1982 invasion. After the initial objective was completed.

There would be no 2000 Iranian troops in Syria if the Israelis with the CIA didn't back ISIS and 'al-CIA-duh'.

There would not be a mullah regime in Tehran which helps some of its co-religionists naturally if the CIA had not toppled its own puppet in 1979. The Shah would have been more obedient to Israeli and American geo-strategic wishes....and even assisted. But the CIA decided to follow a geo-strategic policy from London from the 1970's of backing Islamic fundies....as has Israel. It is no longer a conspiracy theory.

Afghanistan has Shia...many many....but Iran does not arm them even after being attacked by CIA trained dogs. 

Pakistan has Shia...many many....but Iran does not arm them even after being attacked by CIA trained dogs. 

Saudi Arabia has Shia...many many....but Iran does not arm them even after being attacked by CIA trained dogs. 

Yemen has Shia...many many....but Iran does not arm them even after being attacked by CIA trained dogs. 

Bahrain has Shia...many many....but Iran does not arm them even after being attacked by CIA trained dogs. 

UAE has Shia...many many....but Iran does not arm them even after being attacked by CIA trained dogs. 

Little Israel, tiny Israel, midget Israel needs to get its global perspectives in order rather than manipulate the USA, NATO and others to do their dirty work.

WHAT possible threat is the Rohingya to Israel, that Israel needs to COACH the Myanmar crazies to genocide them in their own country?

Israel needs to know its place in the world.


Iran - Regime Change Agents Hijack Economic Protests

By Moon of Alabama.

Yesterday and today saw some small protests in Iran. They are probably the first stage of a large "regime change" operation run by the U.S. and Israel with the help of Iranian terrorist group.

Earlier this month the White House and the Zionist prepared for a new assault on Iran:
A delegation led by Israel's National Security Adviser met with senior American officials in the White House earlier this month for a joint discussion on strategy to counter Iran's aggression in the Middle East, a senior U.S. official confirmed to Haaretz.
Another report about the meeting quotes Israeli officials on the result:
"[T]he U.S. and Israel see eye to eye the different developments in the region and especially those that are connected to Iran. We reached at understandings regarding the strategy and the policy needed to counter Iran. Our understandings deal with the overall strategy but also with concrete goals, way of action and the means which need to be used to get obtain those goals."
This is probably a result of the above meeting:
Hundreds took to the streets of Iran’s second largest city of Mashad on Thursday to protest over high prices, shouting slogans against the government.Videos posted on social media showed demonstrators in Mashad in northwest Iran, one of the holiest places in Shia Islam, chanting “death to (President Hassan) Rouhani” and “death to the dictator”.
 (Mashad is near the Afghan border....so yes the CIA/MOSSAD agent provocateurs came from there......and 100's in a rent a mob, FOR A COUNTRY OF 80 MILLION DOES NOT AMOUNT TO A HILL OF BEANS)
The semi-official ILNA news agency and social media reported demonstrations in other cities in Razavi Khorasan Province, including Neyshabour and Kashmar.
video of that protest in Mashad showed some 50 people chanting slogans with more bystander just milling around.

Protests against the (neo-)liberal economic policies of the Rohani government in Iran are justified. Official unemployment in Iran is above 12% and there is hardly any economic growth. The people in the streets are not the only ones who are dissatisfied with this:(there is some economic growth between 4--6% depending on who you believe, with the aid of European, Russian and Chinese investment in the country)
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who has repeatedly criticized the government’s economic record, said on Wednesday that the nation was struggling with “high prices, inflation and recession”, and asked officials to resolve the problems with determination.
(This is a power struggle between the hardliners and Rohani) 
On Thursday and today the slogans of some protesters turned the call for economic relief into a call for regime change.

My hunch is that the usual suspects are behind these protests. Note that these started in several cities at the same time. This was not some spontaneous local uproar in one city but had some form of coordination.
Then there is this:
Carl Bildt‏ @carlbildt - 9:38 PM - 28 Dec 2017 from Rome, LazioReports of signals of international satellite TV networks jammed in large cities of Iran. Would be sign of regime fear of today’s protests spreading.
A search in various languages finds exactly zero such "reports". Carl Bildt is a former Swedish prime minister. He was recruited in 1973 as a CIA informant and has since grown into a full blown U.S. asset. He was involved in the Ukraine coup and tried to personally profit from it.

The only response to Bildt's tweet was from one Riyad Swed‏ - @SwedRiyad who posted several videos of protests with one of them showing burning police cars.
I am not sure the video is genuine. The account has some unusual attributes (active since September 2016, 655 tweets but only 32 followers?).

Just yesterday one lecture at the CCC "hacker" Congress was about the British GHCQ Secret Service and its sock-puppet accounts on Twitter and Facebook. 

These are used for acquiring human intelligence and for running "regime change" operations. Page 14-18 of the slides (11:20 min) cite from obtained GCHQ papers which lists Iran as one of the targets. The speaker specifically notes a GCHQ account "@2009Iranfree" which was used in generating the protests in Iran after the reelection of then President Ahmedinejad.

Today, Friday and the weekly day off in Iran, several more protest took place in other cities. A Reuters report from today:
About 300 demonstrators gathered in Kermanshah after what Fars called a “call by the anti-revolution” and shouted “Political prisoners should be freed” and “Freedom or death”, while destroying some public property. Fars did not name any opposition groups.
Footage, which could not be verified, showed protests in other cities including Sari and Rasht in the north, Qom south of Tehran, and Hamadan in the west.Mohsen Nasj Hamadani, deputy security chief in Tehran province, said about 50 people had rallied in a Tehran square and most left after being asked by police, but a few who refused were “temporarily detained”, the ILNA news agency reported.
Some of these protests have genuine economic reasons but get hijacked by other interests:
In the central city of Isfahan, a resident said protesters joined a rally held by factory workers demanding back wages.“The slogans quickly changed from the economy to those against (President Hassan) Rouhani and the Supreme Leader (Ayatollah Ali Khamenei),” the resident said by telephone.
Purely political protests are rare in Iran [...] but demonstrations are often held by workersover layoffs or non-payment of salaries and people who hold deposits in non-regulated, bankrupt financial institutions.
Alamolhoda, the representative of Ayatollah Khamenei in northeastern Mashhad, said a few people had taken advantage of Thursday’s protests against rising prices to chant slogans against Iran’s role in regional conflicts.
“Some people had came to express their demands, but suddenly, in a crowd of hundreds, a small group that did not exceed 50 shouted deviant and horrendous slogans such as ‘Let go of Palestine’, ‘Not Gaza, not Lebanon, I’d give my life (only) for Iran’,” Alamolhoda said.
Two videos posted by BBC Persian and others I have seen show only small active protest groups with a dozen or so people while many more are just standing by or film the people who are chanting slogans.

Videos published by the terrorist group Mujahedin-e Khalq [MEK], 12345, also show mostly small protests despite the MEK's claim of Tens of thousands of people chant “death to dictator". The MEK, or its "civilian" organization National Council of Resistance of Iran , seem to be most involved in the current protests. Its website is currently filled with the protest issue with a total of ten reports and its head figure issued a supportive statement:
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, saluted the heroic people of Kermanshah and other cities who rose up today chanting “death or freedom”, “death to Rouhani”, “death to the dictator”, and “political prisoners must be freed”, and protested against high prices, poverty and corruption.She said, “Yesterday Mashhad, today Kermanshah, and tomorrow throughout Iran; this uprising has tolled the death knell for the overthrow of the totally corrupt dictatorship of the mullahs, and is the rise of democracy, justice and popular sovereignty.
This very early engagement of the MEK -its first report was published yesterday at 10:26 am- is extremely suspicious.

In 2012 it was reported that Israel had used the MEK terrorist organization to assassinate nuclear scientists in Iran:
On Thursday, U.S. officials speaking to NBC news claimed that Mossad agents were training members of the dissident terror group People’s Mujahedin of Iran in order assassinate Iranian nuclear scientists, adding that the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama was aware of the operation, but had no direct link to them.The U.S. officials reportedly confirmed the link between Israel and the People’s Mujahedin of Iran (MEK), with one official saying: "All your inclinations are correct.”
In October a CATO Institute paper analyzed (and rejected) several options for U.S. handling Iran. Under Option Three: “Regime Change from Within” it noted:
In this approach, the United States would pressure the Iranian regime and simultaneously back groups that oppose it-whether the exiled extremist National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), pro-democracy Green Revolution factions, or ethnic minorities within Iran-a strategy advocates often compare to Reagan’s support for civil society groups in the Soviet Union.
[A] proponent of “coerced democratization,” the Foundation for Defense of Democracies’ Mark Dubowitz, urged President Trump to “go on the offensive against the Iranian regime” by “weakening the Iranian regime’s finances” through “massive economic sanctions,” while also “undermin[ing] Iran’s rulers by strengthening pro-democracy forces”inside Iran. This option appears to be gaining traction in the Trump administration’s ongoing Iran policy review and has received public support from Tillerson. CIA Director Mike Pompeo also favored such an approach during his time in Congress.
The MEK/NCRI noted that Senator Tom Cotton, who will likely replace CIA chief Pompeo when Pompeo moves to the State Department, issued a supportive statement for the protests.

The White House and the Netanyahoo regime agreed on a strategy towards Iran. Major members of the Trump administration are in favor of "regime change" by "pro-democracy forces" in Iran. A few weeks after an agreement was found, coordinated economic protests start in Iran which are soon hijacked by small groups of very active regime changers. A group of Iranian exile terrorists, well known for deadly collaboration with Israeli spies as well as for having operation cells in Iran, is highly engaged in the protest from very early on.

If this the "regime change" operation I presume, the protests will soon get bigger. When the people need money a few thousand dollars are enough to create a large crowd. Small groups will riot while hiding within the larger protests of maybe genuinely concerned people. The "western" media will engage with their usual pseudo liberal humanism and concern trolling. When the police in Iran tries to arrest those rioters who are raising havoc the media will scream "brutality". Some "martyr" will be created and iconified. Rumors of censorship and suppression will be raised (see Carl Bildt above), fake news will come from everywhere and hundreds of sock puppet Twitter and Facebook accounts will suddenly be "Iranian" and breathlessly report "from the scene" of their Langley offices.

For the Iranian politicians and police the issue is tricky. Economic protests are clearly justified with even Khameni voicing support for the issue. But rioting in the streets must be suppressed before it further escalates and becomes uncontrollable. Weapons on the protesters site firing in all directions may soon become a problem. The Mossad and the MEK are not shy of killing random people.

But the Islamic Republic in Iran has genuine support in large parts of the society. There are big civil organizations that support the government - not on every issue but in its general framework. Most Iranian's are proud nationalists and will be difficult to divide. If this is indeed the "regime change" attempt I suspect, I predict that it will fail.