by Jonathan Azaziah
On this blessed day 38 years ago, the ground opened up beneath the Empire of Zion and an integral piece of its satanic machinery fell through to hell. Muhammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shah of Iran installed in a Mossad-CIA-MI6 coup in 1953, had been overthrown. For 26 years, the secular extremist Shah ran the Iranian state savagely and tyrannically, with an iron fist and iron boots, choking and stomping upon any and every dissident who opposed his despotic rule, no matter their religious, political or ethnic background. His murderous intelligence apparatus, SAVAK, created with the help of Mossad, the CIA and MI6, killed tens of thousands of Iranians during his reign as “Persian ‘God’-Emperor”, disappeared tens of thousands of others and tortured too many more to even fathom, let alone count. Continue reading Long Live Khomeini (R.A.), Long Live Wilayat al-Faqih: On The 38th Anniversary Of The Islamic Revolution, Iran Is Mightier Than Ever
by Jonathan Azaziah
Iran is under fire as we say hello to the era of “non-interventionism” under Trump, the same as the era of “humanitarian interventionism” under Obama. Among the items sanctioned by the Trump regime’s new set of economic measures against the Islamic Republic: MEDICAL EQUIPMENT.
There are only three words applicable for this abomination: Barbaric, Criminal, and Judaic. Continue reading Trump Puts New Sanctions On Iran, But The Islamic Revolution Will Not Kneel Before The US ZOG
by Jonathan Azaziah
Donald Trump is a phenomenon. Love him or hate him, support him or oppose him, that’s truly the best word to describe him as well as his rise to power. Many in the Resistance Camp and alternative media threw their tacit weight behind the newly inaugurated 45th President of the United Snakes of IsraHELL to counter the warmongering, neocon-backed, bloodthirsty, demented Wicked Witch of the Swamp Zio-Killary Clinton who all but guaranteed WW3 if she made it to the White House. Trump’s condemnation of the “regime change” wars in Libya and Syria, seeming desire for friendship with Russia and his opposition to the Jewish-enforced political correctness discourse were breaths of fresh air and stark contrasts to the blatantly stated War Machine agenda of his opponent. Continue reading Trump’s Got A Cabinet Of Bankers, War Criminals & “Elites”, So Will He Drain The Zio-Swamp? Or Will The Zio-Swamp Drain Him?
by Jonathan Azaziah
Another reason to love Muhammad Ali and tip your fitted in respect to this crazy-smooth, pugilistically-genius, supremely quick-witted, Islamic Liberationist, firebrand of a man is because of his beautiful solidarity with the Islamic Republic of Iran. Contrary to a 1980 batch of hasbara from AP via India Today that fabricated quotes by The Greatest in which he allegedly declared the Iranian revolutionaries who took over the US embassy den of spies as “fanatics”, Ali in fact had tremendous respect for the Shi’a Islamic school of thought–he also visited the holy Iraqi city of Karbala and prayed at Imam Hussein’s (A.S.) shrine in 1990–and deeply admired Imam Khomeini (R.A.), proving so incontestably and shaming the skeptics, sectarians and Western-Zionist press liars when he visited Tehran for a week in May 1993. During his stay, Ali did Salat with Iran’s brilliant Ulema during Jummah, made a stop at Ayatollah Sayyed Ruhollah’s (R.A.) mausoleum where he laid down a wreath for the father of the Islamic Revolution, met with Iran’s amazingly talented amateur boxing squad and ultimately, established brotherly ties with the most resistant, anti-Zionist and anti-Imperialist nation on the planet. Continue reading Muhammad Ali: Friend Of The Islamic Republic Of Iran
There’ll be no deal on Tehran’s nuclear program without the simultaneous lifting of all sanctions against Iran, President Hassan Rouhani stressed, echoing an earlier statement by Iranian supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
“If there is no end to sanctions, there will not be an agreement,” Rouhani said in a televised speech in the northern Iranian city of Rasht. “The end of these negotiations and a signed deal must include a declaration of cancelling the oppressive sanctions on the great nation of Iran.”
By signing the deal, Tehran wants to end its international isolation and build a “constructive interaction with the world and not confrontation,” he said.
Rouhani also stressed that Iran is in negotiations with P5+1 powers (China, France, Russia, UK, US and Germany), but not the US Congress, referring to the standoff between President Obama’s administration and lawmakers over the nuclear deal. Continue reading ‘No end to sanctions, no agreement’: Iran sticks to nuclear deal demands
Millions of the Iranians take to the streets nationwide to mark the 36th anniversary of the Islamic revolution in 1979.
The capital Tehran and other cities and towns are witnessing rallies in celebration of the victory that put an end to the monarchical rule of the US-backed Pahlavi regime. Continue reading Iranians rally in millions to mark Revolution victory
Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Sunday that he would rather see no deal reached with major powers on his country’s nuclear program than one that undercut national interests.
His comments came as US Secretary of State John Kerry met Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif for a second time on the sidelines of a security conference in Germany, to ratchet up efforts for a lasting nuclear accord.
“I agree with a deal that can take place but I do not agree with a bad deal,” the Iranian leader said, according to the Khamenei.ir website.
“The Americans keep reiterating that it’s better to have no deal than a bad one. I fully agree with that,” he told air force commanders. Continue reading Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khamenei Says No Nuclear Deal Better than Bad One
by Wayne Madsen, The Wayne Madsen Report
John Brennan’s long familiarity with Saudi Arabia, owing to the time he spent there as the CIA station chief in Riyadh in the 1990s and his knowledge of Saudi oil operations, has paid off. WMR has learned that Brennan’s agents inside Saudi Aramco convinced the firm’s management and the Saudi Oil Ministry to begin fracking operations to stimulate production in Saudi Arabia’s oldest oil fields. By pumping salt water into older wells, some at a depth of 3 to 6 thousand feet, an inordinate amount of pressure was built up. The CIA’s oil industry implants knew what would occur when the fracking operations began. Due to the dangerously high water pressure, the Saudis were forced continuously pump oil until the pressure became equalized. That process is continuing. If the Saudis ceased pumping oil, they would permanently lose the wells to salt water contamination. In the current “pump it or lose it” situation, the Saudis are forced to pump at a rate that may take up to 5 years before they can slow down production rates. Continue reading The CIA-engineered oil glut to bring down Putin, Khamenei and Maduro
A senior Iranian official says the East Caspian Sea railway project between Iran, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan will prove that sanctions against Tehran have failed to affect the Islamic Republic’s ties with regional countries.
“The inauguration of this huge project will prove that cruel international and unilateral sanctions [against Tehran] have had no impact on regional countries’ desire for the expansion of cooperation with Iran,” Presidential Office’s Deputy for Communications and Publicity Parviz Esmaeili said on Monday.
He added that the Islamic Republic’s strategy is based on multilateral cooperation with the purpose of improving regional security. Continue reading East Caspian railway project proves futility of sanctions against Iran