(Video) Iran: The impasse before Khamenei and his “Raisi project”

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“Today the enemy is focused on the fact that there is no future and we are at an impasse and an impasse. This pushes people to conclude that we are on the wrong track and the government doesn’t know how to run the country,” Khamenei said on June 12.

It is also crystal clear that he is responding to the slogans heard in the protests of the last few weeks and months as people across Iran are fed up with the government of regime president Ebrahim Raisi, who was elected president by Khamenei last year.

It is also crystal clear that he is responding to the slogans heard in the protests of the last few weeks and months as people across Iran are fed up with the government of regime president Ebrahim Raisi, who was elected president by Khamenei last year.

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However, given the speed of developments in Iran and protests by people from all walks of life across the country, regime officials were left with no choice but to release Khamenei’s unprecedented statements.

“Pensioners and retirees deserve more respect and should not feel obliged to take to the streets after incompetent decisions by an inexperienced minister,” Seyed Naser Mousavi Laregani said on June 21.

Over the past decade, Khamenei has consistently expressed his support for Raisi, knowing that all attacks on Raisi are actually aimed at him, having disqualified a large section of Iran's political elite who do not believe in Raisi and the Majlis.

Over the past decade, Khamenei has consistently expressed his support for Raisi, knowing that all attacks on Raisi are actually aimed at him, having disqualified a large section of Iran’s political elite who do not believe in Raisi and the Majlis.

While the reason behind Khamenei’s remarks is the escalating popular protests in Iran, his message was intended for none other than the regime’s own ranks and files.

The prices of various goods are increasing every hour. The government does not think about controlling the status quo and has not found any solutions for the markets.”

— MEK

PARIS, FRANCE, June 24, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — That People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) reported that the Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s website and Iranian state media published comments on his recent public appearance on June 21 with a nine-day delay.

This in and of itself is quite revealing and raises significant questions, starting with why the delay? Were there any reservations about Khamenei’s statements? A look at his speech sheds light on the crises of the mullahs’ regime in Iran.

“Today the enemy is focusing its efforts on making people believe that there is no future, that we are at an impasse and an impasse. This aims to push people to conclude that we are on the wrong track and that state officials do not know how to run the country,” Khamenei said on June 12.

From his remarks, one can understand that Khamenei is facing turmoil that is engulfing his regime.

It is also crystal clear that he is responding to the slogans heard in the protests of the last few weeks and months, as people across Iran are fed up with the government of regime president Ebrahim Raisi, who was personally elected regime president by Khamenei last year.

Protesters across Iran daily chant “Tod Raisi!”[Raisi] is a liar!” “Death to this fraudulent government!”

Nine days ago, that decision was apparently made by regime officials not to publicize Khamenei’s notable remarks.

However, given the speed of developments in Iran and protests by people from all walks of life across the country, regime officials were left with no choice but to release Khamenei’s unprecedented statements.

Khamenei also lashed out at officials in charge of state media, criticizing their coverage of a recent theft of secure accounts at a major bank in Tehran and the negative coverage of state police units, raising eyebrows and raising questions.

Khamenei’s response to a theft incident is unprecedented in the regime’s history and raises concerns about the sensitivity of the items stolen from the secure accounts, which required Khamenei to make such public statements himself.

While the reason behind Khamenei’s remarks is the escalating popular protests in Iran, his message was intended for none other than the regime’s own ranks and files.

This applies in particular to high-ranking regime officials, who have become very critical of Raisi and his cabinet as a result of increasing protests. Khamenei is attempting to bridge troubling rifts that divide his regime’s officials, including his inner circle. A look at the statements recently made by members of the regime’s majlis (parliament) is quite revealing, to say the least.

“Pensioners and retirees deserve more respect and should not feel obliged to take to the streets after incompetent decisions by an inexperienced minister,” Seyed Naser Mousavi Laregani said on June 21.

“The prices of various commodities are increasing every hour. The government has no thought of controlling the status quo and has not provided any solutions to the markets.

People are being crushed under severe economic pressure due to officials’ mismanagement,” Sadie Badri, another Majlis member, said on June 19.

Such a response from a majlis allegedly handpicked by Khamenei and his apparatus to support Raisi’s government is not limited to these remarks.

Raisi’s Labor Secretary was recently forced to resign and there are already rumors of a second cabinet minister being impeached or evicted to resign.

One Majlis member went so far as to “thank the Labor Secretary for his resignation” and expressed hope that “the other remaining inept and incompetent ministers will show the same courage and call it that.”

These daily remarks recognize the failings of the Raisi government and its impact on the regime. This crisis reached state television and it was here that Khamenei saw the need to allocate certain political capital to provide life support to Raisi and his government.

We should not forget that in his March 21 speech that marked the beginning of the Iranian calendar year, Khamenei called Raisi’s election as president the most important achievement of the previous 12 months.

However, Khamenei’s recent comments clearly show that just three months later he must be personally involved in giving life to Raisi’s government and regime as a whole.

Over the past decade, Khamenei has consistently expressed his support for Raisi and his government, knowing that all attacks on Raisi are actually aimed at him, having disqualified a large section of Iran’s political elite for allegedly supporting his regime with Raisi, his reign, to unite the Majlis.

Raisi is described as the last arrow in Khamenei’s quiver, and Raisi’s failure means nothing other than Khamenei’s ultimate impasse as the regime’s supreme leader.

And Khamenei’s recent speech implies that his regime is facing a major impasse and Raisi symbolizes the end of the mullahs’ regime.

Shahin Gobadi
NCRI
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On Saturday, June 19, pensioners from the Social Security Organization took to the streets again to celebrate the 13th day of rallies against the regime’s corruption.

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