Members of Resistance Units, a growing network of courageous Iranians associated to the opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK), are expanding their latest campaign of anti-regime measures.
Resistance Units members are braving the odds to broadcast in public anti-regime slogans along with excerpts of speeches delivered by Iranian Resistance leader Massoud Rajavi, and Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian opposition coalition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI).
“Hail to Rajavi!”
The MEK’s anti-crackdown campaign that began on January 27 with the disruption of numerous state TV and radio networks, continuing with Resistance Units taking control of loudspeakers to blast these anti-regime slogans in public, are obviously intertwined and correlated. And this trend is progressing as we speak.
It is crystal clear that the regime has many internal rifts amongst its ranks and files. The Intelligence Ministry showcased a blindfolded individual, claiming he was behind the broadcasting of anti-regime slogans in the famous Bazaar Reza of Mashhad on February 9. Despite the propaganda campaign aimed at installing fear in the public, the Iranian people and their organized resistance are continuing these measures.
Even by resorting to an increasing number of executions and oppressive measures, parallel to unbearable economic pressures, the mullahs’ regime has not been able to plunge the Iranian nation into the despair and hopelessness.
Each and every episode of anti-regime slogans broadcast in public places across the country are a reminder for the regime of the Iranian people’s relentless refusal to back down and succumb to their crackdown. When such measures have persisted for months now, it is only natural to conclude that the vast majority of Iran’s society support these actions.
This is exactly why the regime’s own experts are voicing a variety of concerns in this regard. “Let there be no doubt that if the status quo continues, if we don’t witness the society exploding this (Iranian calendar year), we will most definitely be witness to the nation’s impoverished pouring into the streets next year,” according to one such expert whose remarks were published on March 9 in the state-run Arman daily.