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  1. Iran’s Masonic Parliament building is shaped like a pyramid with 33 window It is not East vs West or North vs South It is Talmud followers, Masons and Jesuits vs the World Population The satanic filth is everywhere, in all countries.
  2. This looks more and more like a revolution. Al-Monitor: https://www.al-monitor.com/originals/2022/10/irans-raisi-heckled-female-students-more-protesters-killed Bullets, teargas, scuffles and business strikes brought many Iranian cities to a standstill on Saturday, as the country was rocked with another round of protests that began after the death of Mahsa Amini in hijab police custody last month. In the capital Tehran, key locations including streets leading to the traditional Grand Bazaar witnessed running battles. Protesters chanted slogans against Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, before being attacked by riot police. Videos from the same locations also showed demonstrators blocking roads, while a massive cloud of smoke was billowing from what was reported to be a police kiosk set ablaze. "This is no longer a protest, it is a genuine revolution," some shouted. Others were heard chanting against Khamenei's son Mojtaba, signaling to him that the Islamic Republic will be toppled before his purported expectation of becoming Iran's next supreme leader and succeeding his father comes true. The Kurdish city of Sanandaj, according to multiple anti-government sources and viral videos, saw the worst violence, as security forces used "live ammunition." In one rally, a driver identified as Dariush Alizadeh was fatally shot after honking in protest. A teenage boy was also reported dead, while some accounts put to five the death toll from today's unrest in the city. Other videos showed angry demonstrators severely beating and chasing away a "senior commander" of hardline Basij militia, who have been actively involved in the ongoing crackdown. The conservative city of Mashhad was also the venue of many moments of violent crackdown, from a pregnant woman being attacked and forcefully taken away, and another beaten up by batons, to security forces smashing a private vehicle in a residential neighborhood. Videos from the same city made rounds of a woman shot and lying on the street surrounded by screaming fellow citizens. It remained unclear whether she had lost her life, but to many Iranians the captured moment struck similarities with the tragic and iconic moment of the death of another protest figure, Neda Agha-Soltan during the 2009 post-election protests. The rallies were held after nationwide calls despite government-imposed internet blackouts that have tremendously impeded the flow of communication. The day was also characterized by strikes in Tehran's normally overcrowded carpet market as well as the Lalehzar business center. Shops in many other provincial capitals were also shut down as an act of civil disobedience. President heckled On the same day, President Ebrahim Raisi was delivering a fiery speech at the women-only Al-Zarha University in Tehran, where he once again linked the unrest to foreign enemies. Outside the conference hall, videos from the campus showed students removing headscarves and chanting "clerics must get lost," repeating a call for the overthrow of the theocratic establishment. Raisi praised Iranian students for their "vigilance" in defusing enemy plots. The recent protests have seen many university students and schoolgirls, from the so-called Generation Z, burning their headscarves at campuses, schoolyards and on the streets, jumping on portraits of Iran's supreme leader. Rising death toll At least 19 minors were among 185 people killed by security forces, according to the Oslo-based Iran Human Rights (IHR), which has been documenting the deaths during three weeks of unrest. Iranian authorities deny killing the protesters, arguing that police forces are carrying "non-lethal weapons." In the latest from state media programs meant to attribute those deaths to other causes, a woman was brought before cameras on Friday, announcing that her daughter, Sarina Esmailzadeh, died of suicide. Amnesty International has reported that she lost her life due to severe blows of batons to her head. Many Iranians on social media cast serious doubt on the narrative after digging in videos earlier posted by Sarina Esmailzadeh on her personal channels on YouTube and Telegram, where they found striking differences between the interviewee and another woman who they said was indeed her mother. In another development, Ali Sharifzadeh, the lawyer of the family of a 14-year-old boy, shared a copy of the boy's official death certificate online, which asserted that he had died of a bullet in his head. "Do not attribute the death to some 'suicide' or 'underlying health condition'," he warned Iranian authorities sarcastically and pre-emptively. Read more: https://www.al-monitor.com/originals/2022/10/irans-raisi-heckled-female-students-more-protesters-killed#ixzz7hAM57BI3
  3. Something hit the fan in Iraq, and it ain't chocolate: https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/aug/29/followers-shia-cleric-storm-iraq-government-palace-muqtada-al-sadr
  4. - America's elite has deliberately split the populace into rabid lefties and righties - Covid/Vaccines + Woke/LGBT + Guns + Abortions has SPLIT the country down the middle - This was done DELIBERATELY AND EXPERTLY to DISTRACT Americans from what is coming NEXT - My bet is that it is a MAJOR WAR WITH IRAN - USA, UK, ISRAEL and SAUDI ARABIA are going to try to DECAPITATE THE REGIME IN TEHRAN and REMAKE IRAN - I am guessing that it will either start with a STRANGE AND FAKE IRANIAN ATTACK AGAINST THE WEST or a POPULAR REVOLT WITHIN IRAN AGAINST THE REGIME IN TEHRAN WHICH "NEEDS TO BE SUPPORTED" - Americans will suddenly "FORGET THEIR DIFFERENCES" and focus on the WAR EFFORT - the MSM will make sure of this - IRAN is ISRAEL's sole REMAINING ADVERSARY in the region - American also HASN'T STARTED A MAJOR WAR FOR A WHILE - That is BAD FOR ITS ECONOMY AND WAR INDUSTRY - PANDEMIC and UKRAINE need to DIE DOWN A BIT FIRST - It will be SURREAL how SIMPLISTIC AND FAKE THE PRO-WAR PROPAGANDA WILL BE ON THIS ONE - I'm guessing that the USUAL MSM NEWS ORGANIZATIONS ARE ALREADY BEING BRIEFED AT EXECUTIVE/BOARD LEVEL for this - TIMEFRAME? 2026 is my guess - There will be A LOT OF "FRICTION EVENTS" IN THE MIDDLE EAST BETWEEN THE END OF COVID AND THE START OF THE WAR...
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