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Do not give the murderous rulers in Iran a break!

 

Freedom-loving people!

 

With the end of the farce of an election in Iran, the reality that our Party has consistently reiterated is now clear for all to see: the Islamic regime of Iran cannot have elections nor can it be reformed. It must be overthrown.

 

What we are seeing now is not the election aftershock but the end convulsions of the regime. Do not allow them to escape their demise.

 

People of Iran!

 

The regime’s ranks have never been so chaotic. The Khamenei-Ahmadinejad gang thinks it can rely on its repressive forces and the state machinery to crush its opposing gangs and simultaneously intimidate the society at large and push back your emerging struggle aimed at the overthrow of this regime. It is, however, self-delusional. This is not 30 Khordad 1360 (20 June 1981), the summer of 1367 (1988), nor 18 Tir 1378 (July 8 1999)1. Today, the Islamic regime is more desperate, corrupt and rotten than to be able to hold off the current wave of protests across the country. The murderous rulers should not be given a break!

 

The days of reckoning with the supreme leader and his vile regime are here. Unite under the banner of your Party. Come to the streets and with the power of your unity against the Islamic regime, smash this machinery of crimes, plunder, deception and fraud.

 

The future is ours.

 

 

Hamid Taqvaee

Leader

Worker-communist Party of Iran

June 13, 2009   

 

1                     30 Khordad 1360 is the juncture at which an Islamic counter-revolutionary coup d’etat took place, hundreds were executed a day and opposition crushed. For more on it, read June 20, 1981: one of the greatest crimes of the 20th century, an interview with Mansoor Hekmat http://hekmat.public-archive.net/en/1910en.html. The summer of 1367 is when, immediately after the end of the Iran-Iraq war, thousands of political prisoners were massacred. 18 Tir marks the bloody suppression of a student uprising.


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