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Iran: “Revolution is coming” — 10,000 flood streets and chant “Death to the dictator”

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The Iranian people want to overthrow the bloodthirsty Islamic regime that has been in power there since 1979, and the European Union is doing everything it can to thwart the will of the Iranian people and make sure that the mullahs stay in power. The sanctions are obviously already working: the people are tired of their money going to fund jihad terror groups. If it weren’t for the EU, the mullahs may already have fallen.

“‘Revolution is coming’: Tensions escalate in Iran with 100,000 flooding city streets and chanting ‘death to the dictator’ as experts predict regime change is imminent,” by Charlie Moore, Mailonline, August 8, 2018:

Iran is on the brink of revolution as tensions escalate with thousands flooding city streets and chanting ‘death to the dictator,’ an expert has warned.

Protests erupted last week ahead of renewed US sanctions which came into force on Tuesday hitting Tehran’s access to US banknotes and key industries such as cars and carpets.

Videos shared online showed furious Iranians burning tyres and setting fire to police vehicles as demonstrations spun out of control.

The protests have continued this week as Iranians – suffering high inflation and a currency crisis – demand a change from the hard-line Muslim regime.

One expert told MailOnline today that these protests are unprecedented and Iran is on the edge of revolution.

Hanif Jazayeri, of the National Council of Resistance of Iran said: ‘We had protests in 2009 but these are different because people are calling for the death of the President and the Supreme Leader. They have broken a lot of taboos.

‘The demonstrations are not just over economic issues but very quickly turned political due to the regime’s repression of the Iranian people with regard to women’s rights, freedom of speech and other basic freedoms.

‘The chants are directed at the entirety of the regime and protesters are demanding regime change.’

He added: ‘The rial has lost 99 per cent of its value and people know the regime will not have a better situation to offer the people because of the new sanctions from the US.

‘People are starting to wake up and see that revolution is a real possibility. I think there will be one.’…

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