The strange lies of the regime officials continue; Sardar Naqdi says “Faqih Province is the most anti-dictator phenomenon in governance” and the Islamic Republic has made great progress.
In the continuation of the nationwide uprising in Iran, the officials of the Islamic government enter the pit one after another and say things that not only have nothing in common with the country’s situation, but on the contrary, are completely against the current situation. Sardar Mohammad Reza Naqdi, the deputy coordinator of the Revolutionary Guards, also said in a group of Basijs in Kerman, without any argument, “Faqih Province is the most anti-dictatorship phenomenon in the government and has prevented dictatorship in the government.” He said: “Where in the world is there so much leadership that there is a government for eight years whose thinking is against the basic principles of the system, but because it is the people’s vote, it is tolerated?” He did not say which government in the Islamic Republic had its thinking against the basic principles of the system, and does anyone whose thinking is against the basic principles of the system in Iran have the right to run for election?
In his words, this IRGC commander also called America and Israel declining, and on the other hand, he said that Iran has made great progress in science, technology, and political power.
Naqdi pointed to livelihood problems in Iran and said: “If high prices, unemployment and livelihood problems are the main cause of this behavior and movements, naturally it should have its own slogan and target the causes of the problems and the logic of the message should be the same.” But do we see a slogan that expresses the real problems of society?” He came from this logic and claimed that the nationwide protests are the work of the “enemy” and America and Israel.
Sardar Naqdi called the government’s “big mistake” in the events of the last seven weeks as follows: “We left the nation and the youth in the hands of virtual networks and foreign networks so that their thoughts can be deceived by them.”
The officials of the Islamic Republic, who have been talking about “victory over the plots of the enemies” for 43 years, have not yet answered why, after every protest movement, they believe that it is the “enemies of the revolution” who have influenced the thoughts of the protesting people, and not widespread government propaganda.