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Posted on 11/04/2018 3:50:33 AM PST by hassan.mahmoud
By Hassan Mahmoudi
There is only one day left before the sanctions on Iran's ruling mullahs , which the Trump administration says are the new U.S. sanctions on Irans oil industry, if they are imposed as expected, will be painful for Iran's tyrannical rulers, The US will add 700 individuals and companies to a list of blocked entities And with Iranian leaders continuing their malign behavior, huge Iranian treasure is being directed away from the Iranian people and towards fueling Irans regional ambitions, as well as its human rights abuses, and destabilizing activity in Syria. This week, Danish authorities accused Iran of trying to assassinate an opponent to the regime living in Denmark.
According to state-run media, companies are going bankrupt one after another In the meantime, the growing general strike continues inside the country. On the morning of Thursday, Nov. 1, the fourth round of the strike of heavy truck drivers started, and it covered vast sections of the country.
Drivers had earlier gone to strike in June, August, and October, to protest dire livelihood conditions, and low freight rates brought on in part by the mullahs' mismanagement of Iran's monetary policy, which has made the money they earn and the money they must spend on imported spare parts and complicated insurance requirements, nearly worthless.
Their third round of strike lasted 21 days. Strikers, in addition to previous demands, demand the release of drivers who were arrested in the third round of the strike. A number of drivers have been summoned to their local judiciary offices, reports indicate. The Iranian Resistance calls on all of Irans youth to support the truckers in their protests and a nationwide strike. International labor unions should condemn the Iranian regimes repressive measures and voice their support for the drivers protests.
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I told anyone who would listen in 1979 that these people would do anything against us, in the name of their religion.
No one believed me.
I have studied them since 1964.
iran sponsors terrorism. It should be shunned and isolated, so they can’t spread their hate.
Any kid in a business masters program and needs a thesis...ought to sit down and use the economic spiral in Iran as a topic. Just about everyone with any money left and business fronts...are shifting their money outside of the country or purchasing what Euro or Dollars they can get their hands onto. Economically, the entire country is stagnant and the Mullahs can’t do much of anything but print more money and devalue the state currency even more.
I’ve met two Iranians in the past year....who left in 2017. Both went at length to tell the economic story and the general feeling against the Mullahs with the public. Toward the end of the Shah...there was enough public sentiment on the plate to go on to anything but the Shah. So we’ve arrived at the same script...anything but the Mullahs is the feeling now.
And countries that do business with Iran should be told they will not do business with the United States.
Big Media will spend the next few years assuring us that their god the Fraud’s sanctions on Iran were MUCH worse.
worse —> tougher
Not only that, but foreign companies should also be told they will not do business in the United States.
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