Ali Khamenei started his cooperation with the Soviet spy organization KGB in the early 1940s at the age of 22 in the seminary of Qom.
Then he went to Russia, with specialized training for the future leadership of Iran, with the aim of #protecting_Russia_interests against the West.
After the Revolution of 1957 and the appointment of Khomeini by the United States and Britain with the general aim of ousting Iran, Russia first attacked the American Embassy with the aim of removing the competitor, inciting students, and severing ties and enmity between Iran and the United States.
The KGB then assassinated Khamenei’s rival clerics, paving the way for his leadership.
In 1968, the KGB gradually poisoned and killed Khomeini with a drug overdose.
And then, with the special support of Hashemi Rafsanjani (in exchange for economic and political privileges), he put Khamenei in the leadership seat.
Khamenei’s constant and irrational enmity with #America and the West and preventing any closeness between the two countries is based on Russia’s key advice.
Some experts believe that if Russia stops supporting the clerical government, it will fall within a few months.