Iranian exile calls for overthrow of Ahmadinejad
20-Mar-2010 (2 comments)

Iranian opposition supporters abroad are being urged to unite in a new Green Wave movement to work towards overthrowing a divided Islamic regime in Tehran.

Amir Jahanchahi, an exiled Iranian businessman, today called on his countrymen to rally round and act more decisively, suggesting that elements of the powerful Revolutionary Guard could be persuaded to turn against the president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

"The opposition cannot lead the street to victory," Jahanchahi said in an interview on the eve of the Iranian new year holiday. "The leaders are not ready to accept a full change of regime. The Iranian people are ready to accept the truth that this regime will not be changed by a velvet revolution. It has to be changed by force."

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Another shady businessman instructing Iranians and pretending to be an expert about government and nation construction. Dime a dozen.

See eroonman's  blog about this 




by mahmoudg on

More and more poeple are being convinced that this regime MUST be changed by force.  Surgical attacks are not only to free Iran, but must be tactical and strategic in the sense that it will annihilate the 200K or so Basij and pasdars.  the question is no longer whether US/Israel and their allies should surgically attack Iran, but rather when and how to best eliminiate the would be terrorists from the face of the eath.  Unless these terrorists are killed, more Iranian, American and other lives would be in danger in the future, with the Islamic Republic in power.  Am glad evey days people join this thought process by the thousands.