Warmongering and Export of Terrorism Vital to Survival of Their Religious Dictatorship, Iran Regime Officials Admit

Engulfed by growing international and domestic crises and unable to confront the growing waves of public hatred and disgust from the medieval Iranian regime, its officials confessed to the role of the regime in export of terrorism and warfare, and stipulated that their survival will depend on the export of terrorism, war and fundamentalism in the region.

In a meeting with a number of the regime’s foreign hirelings, Khamenei, the supreme leader of the clerical regime said: “We clearly declare that we will help everywhere we are needed to be present, and we don’t care about anyone in this.”

Jafari, the head of the Revolutionary Guards, who has committed the worst crimes against the people of the region, deceptively stated on November 23:

“We shall support those Islamic nations wherever they are oppressed. The government is in the hands of ‘Ansar-Allah’ [those who help God], and our aid is also in the form of counselling,” he said, acknowledging the criminal role of the Revolutionary Guards in Yemen.

The term ‘counseling’ is the ridiculous term used by the mullah regime uses for its sending troops to Iraq and Syria and murdering hundreds of thousands of people and the destruction of these countries. He expressed his anger and frustration with the statements of European countries that underscore the need for negotiations on regime’s missile programs that violate United Nations Security Council resolution 2231, saying that the regime “will not allow it at all, and they (Westerners) will soon notice the failure of their efforts.”

The Revolutionary Guards commander uncovered the devious plot of plunder of the Syrian people, in collusion with the Rouhani government, and said:

“We had meetings with the government and it became clear that the IRGC could play a role in this (reconstruction of Syria) better than the rest. It of course depends on the Syrian government’s will too, but we have already discussed about it and we are doing the initial preparations. ”

Ali Shamkhani, the secretary of the regime’s Supreme Security Council, also said on November 22, in an interview with the government television: “The reason that today we have control on this situation (the situation inside the country) is due to the existence of a clear strategy for fighting outside the borders.”

On the same day, Sadegh Kharrazi, a former clerical regime’s ambassador to the UN and in France, and a close relative of Khamenei, said in an interview with the government television:

“We were able to raise our security capacity in the Mediterranean, we were able to increase our security capacity in Bab al-Mandab. If we did otherwise, rest assured that we would have been in trouble and facing serious crisis in the country’s internal security capacity. Wherever the cry of a Muslim is heard, the Quds Force, based on our constitution, will stand by him and will defend him,” he said, confessing that the export of terrorism and fundamentalism is part of the regime’s constitution.

Meanwhile, Mehdi Mohammadi, from the Khamenei’s faction, in an interview with state TV ‘Ofogh’, described the regime’s strategy to confront domestic and international crises as resorting to “balance of terror” and said:

“The nature of the issue is not diplomatic at all. We are facing a completely security scene. This is a scene where the deals are horror deals. The other side will make concessions to you to the extent it is afraid of you; in fact it will give you the concession of its fear and nothing else.”