#IraniansWantRegimeChange #MakeIranGreatAgain, #IranRegimeChange, #IslamicRegimeMustGo, and #FreeIran2018 are some of the tags used to follow the ongoing protests in Iran in an effort to be heard internationally. Beginning in December 2017 and still persisting, protests inside Iran including strikes, signs of resistance on social media, and ongoing confrontations with revolutionary guards show the turmoil inside Iran against the regime of the Islamic Republic.
Iranians Want Regime Change, From the Streets of Iran and Archival Institute
Western mainstream media has done favors for the Islamic Republic of Iran and performed censorship internationally by silencing protestors, refusing coverage of events, and spinning the conflict in Iran into their own political agenda to destroy Trump. These efforts have strengthened a dictator regime’s ability to stay in power and confused audiences with misinformation about the wars in Syria and Yemen.
The BBC and VOA among others have been directly infiltrated by agents of Iran’s government posing as journalists and other media organizations bent on destroying President Trump, are actually helping the regime in Iran, it’s efforts to nuclearize weapons, and provision Hezbollah operating within the United States.
While the mainstream media promote the subversive voices of radicalization through Islamic nationalism, free speech, and freedom of religion, the actual refugee and migrant communities having suffered under the Taliban, Al Qaeda, ISIS, and Islamic dictatorships are being silenced and undermined. The voices of those trying to survive under oppressive regimes with no regard for human rights who once relied on the freedom of social media, are now being caught by censors such as Facebooks own war room.
As the US tears itself apart over control of the house, senate, and supreme court with the media abandoning all journalistic integrity, this film short describes what the protests in Iran are really about from the streets and from the voices of Iranians inside and outside of Iran. Government corruption, poverty created by the nuclear deal when billions of dollars were pulled out of the country by Iranian elites leaving most Iranian institutions condemned to bankruptcy, and international wars in Syria and Yemen are incompatible with an Iranian society that want to see their country restored after decades of Islamic dictatorship.
Explore the history behind today's conflicts. Discover the People of Iran.
American viewers are asking, “Why didn’t we get this school?” Outraged viewers are saying, “Wow, I had no idea any of this was going on.” Even Iranian audiences are learning what else has been censored out of their history books for political gains.
September 18, 2018