Erfan Fard

Pezeshkian: Pro-Terrorism Clown of Religious Rule

Masoud Pezeshkian, Iran, Islamic Terrorism / Picture : Radio CA - Free for all platforms.

Since its establishment in 1979, the mullah’s outlaw regime in Iran has consistently been identified as one of the world’s most perilous states, chiefly due to its extensive support for terrorism. This regime has been repeatedly convicted in numerous international courts for its role in fostering terrorism. Moreover, a wide array of international entities officially recognizes various arms of the Iranian government, including the Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS), the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), and the Quds Force, as terrorist apparatuses. These Islamic terrorist organizations are instrumental in executing the regime’s agenda, spreading its influence and destabilizing activities across the globe.

Since its inception, the Iranian regime has continuously supported terrorism and aggressive tactics, with no interruption up to the present day. No president has ever opposed the terrorist groups in the region, nor have they countered the mullahs’ desire for dominance in the Middle East. Additionally, no leader has stood against supporting notorious terrorist organizations such as Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), Hezbollah, Hamas, the Houthis, and others. This unwavering support spans across various administrations, both reformist and hardliner, each contributing to the growth and facilitation of Islamic Terrorism.

The political dynamics of Iran continue to be characterized by a tightly controlled theocratic regime, with recent elections showcasing not just a continuation but a deepening of authoritarian rule under the guise of religious orthodoxy. Despite representing a new leadership, Pezeshkian’s ascent, framed by an electoral process marred by low turnout and widespread disaffection, signals a persistence of oppressive governance underpinned by theocratic ideologies.

Only about 15% of Iranians participated in the recent electoral process, indicating significant public disengagement driven by perceptions of electoral illegitimacy and the futility of voting within a pre-determined political landscape. This systemic suppression ensures the continuation of the regime’s power without substantial opposition, characterized by threats, assassinations, crimes, and acts of sabotage, with various government branches actively suppressing any form of dissent.

Pezeshkian’s rise to power through political conspiracies and as a servant under Khamenei’s oversight reflects not an anomaly but a continuation of theocratic dictatorship, where power is concentrated and opposition quashed. His leadership comes at a time when the U.S. is approaching its 2024 elections, which could redefine its foreign policy stance toward Iran, especially if Donald Trump returns to power. The future U.S. President must recognize that the aggressive behaviors of the mullahs, the Quds Force, and pervasive Islamic terrorism will not diminish, and these corrupt figures do not represent the will of the Iranian people.

Iran’s political structure is rigidly controlled by a powerful elite, resistant to any significant reforms. Both the reformist and conservative factions within Iranian politics, despite seemingly opposing ideologies, reinforce the same undemocratic practices and contribute minimally to any democratic development or real progress in Iran. The continued oppressive policies of the regime have led to increased imprisonment and a stifling of public discourse, relying on propaganda and a terror apparatus to maintain control.

The ascent of Pezeshkian exemplifies the ongoing religious tyranny in Iran, signifying broader issues of systemic authoritarianism that shows little sign of change. Without significant internal and external pressures, the regime will continue its repressive governance, with little hope for democratic progress. The people of Iran, disillusioned and tormented, yearn to transcend the brutal mullah regime, seeking a voice that can finally echo through the halls of power.

The primary objective of Iran’s electoral circus was to extend the regime’s lifespan, alter international perceptions and suppress the nationwide movement for change while quelling domestic protests. It aimed to generate a new wave of propaganda through the American media. However, the deeply ingrained brutality of a terrorist regime or the mullahs’ mafia cannot be civilized. We must not be naive or gullible.

Now, on the first day of working, Masoud Pezeshkian, in a statement expressing gratitude towards Hassan Nasrallah, the secretary-general of Hezbollah Terrorists, declared, “Support for the resistance will persist with vigor.” This underscores that regardless of who holds the presidency, the mullahs’ regime in Iran will continue to endorse aggressive tactics and Islamic Terrorism.

About the Author
Erfan Fard is a counter-terrorism analyst and Middle East Studies researcher based in Washington, DC. He is in Middle Eastern regional security affairs with a particular focus on Iran, Counter terrorism, IRGC, MOIS and Ethnic conflicts in MENA. \He graduated in International Security Studies (London M. University, UK), and in International Relations (CSU-LA), and is fluent in Persian, Kurdish, Arabic and English. Follow him in this twitter account @EQFARD
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