By Pooya Stone
Iran’s mercenaries who came in with a secret phone call and fled with a public tweet
In the first hours of Tuesday, 31 December, groups of hooligans of Hashed al-Sha’abi, Asaeb, Hezbollah and other elements of the Badr Brigade of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards attacked the US embassy in Iraq.
It seems that they were protesting the latest US attacks on their bases in Iraq and Syria in which dozens of them were killed and injured. (The terrorists who were attacked by the US in a revenge attack in their nests after when they attacked the K1 base in Iraq-Erbil in which one US civilian was killed). But the reality was something else.
Khamenei was trying to divert and ultimately suppress the liberation uprising of the Iraqi people by launching a ‘revolution bigger than the October Revolution of Iraq’ and had no better way to do this juggle than to set up an anti-imperialist protest.
The Iraqi Revolutionary Committee of October quickly understood the nature of the plot and, with a clear statement, kept itself and the Iraqi people out of this filthy game and left the filth of the Iranian regime alone in their anti-imperialism show.
Khamenei’s puppets, of course, made a very bad decision with serious political, diplomatic, and deeply legal mistakes while in both Iran and Iraq the people have been protesting this regime and its puppets.
They attempted to play the role of a popular demonstration in the forbidden and heavily guarded area known as the ‘Green Zone’ and seize the US embassy as Hossein Shariatmadari, the managing editor of Iran’s state-run Kayhan daily in the past issued continuously statements from its office in Tehran to seize the US embassy in Iraq.
Shariatmadari, known as the Iranian regime’s supreme leader detached intellect, even went so far as to imitate this embarrassment to the hostage-taking of the US diplomats in Tehran, explicitly captioning the Iranian regime founder Khomeini’s words, ‘You took the right place, don’t let it go!’
The only problem was that no civilians were found on this side of the Tigris River, and whatever it is, the area is completely military and protected by security forces. As a result, Khamenei inevitably resorted to the only forces he had in order to stage a demonstration like a popular movement: The Hashed al-Sha’abi forces.
And other of his puppets in the Iraqi army. (It’s important to note that dozens of Iraqi protesters have been killed in recent months for attempting to go beyond the Tigris river and rally against Khamenei’s puppets and close his embassy, but they have been hit by Hashed al-Sha’abi forces each time).
Khamenei’s second ‘gaffe’ was that he used the leaders of these forces to make its puppets happy, which meant putting the deputy prime minister and other leaders of his mercenary in the front row of this political scandal.
Falih Alfayyadh, Hadi Ameri, Qais Khazali and Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis and several other heads of the mercenaries in Iraq came to the wall of the US Embassy in Baghdad.
And while playing with fire and destroying the US embassy, they mingled the atmosphere with stupidity. This stupidity was enough to bring Khamenei’s puppet government in Iraq in front of international tribunals. This led the gathering to end just 36 hours after it started.
The mercenaries who, with a secret call from Tehran to Baghdad, determined to seize the US embassy with the wish to create a revolution larger than the October revolution in Iraq, tidied up quickly their mist with one or two official tweets and fled into the street behind the embassy (Abu-Nawas Street) to show how much they are independent to the Iranian regime and the order of Iran’s supreme leader.
Hadi Ameri, a criminal who had fought for Khomeini during the Iran-Iraq war decades earlier, when Khomeini was confronted with a ceasefire, said in an interview in a foul language and in Arabic Persian words: “If the Imam says peace, then yes peace! When the Imam says war, then yes war!” (When Khomeini says peace, we make peace, and when he says war, we fight).
And today the Iraqi people have seen again how much these people are serving the Iranian regime, which, even in the uniforms of the Ministry and the Law, are forced to serve their sultan in Iran. The amazing thing about this event was that these people fled even with a small gesture.
These puppets have now put their tents and their hookahs on the Abu Nawas Street to take the next hit directly from the Iraqi people, the people who witnessed that at least three of their children where killed by these forces in the Tarbiat Square of Karbala in the past 36 hours.