Iran's Ballistic Build Up
The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) published a new book including some of the most secretive aspects of the Iranian regime’s missile program.
This book includes the details of 27 missile-launch locations mostly located along Iran’s southern and western borders in addition to this, displayed locations and details of 15 sites where Iran’s missiles are built.
Obviously Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ Aerospace Force is in charge of the regime’s ballistic missile program and the US can’t deal with the nuclear program without dealing with its missile program and its meddling in the countries of the region.
It is worth noting how the Iranian opposition coalition National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), first blew the whistle back in 2002 on Iran’s clandestine nuclear program and its suspicious of seeking nuclear weapons.
The Iranian regime already has the capability to conduct a non-nuclear strategic attack against U.S. and its allies and Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), didn’t cover Iran’s ballistic missile program.
This deal allowed Iran to preserve uranium enrichment capability and don’t forget that not only the Iranian regime has conducted over 20 ballistic missile launches since the signing of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), but it has also been proliferating them across the region and to its proxies like the Houthis in Yemen and Hezbollah in Lebanon, the Hashid al-Shaabi in Iraq and a spectral of Shiite militias in Syria propping the Assad regime in power.
As a result, the JCPOA legitimized the Iranian regime and flooded it with cash, which allowed it to continue its malicious activities but with more money.
According to economic analyses, the value of the Iran’s currency, the rial, will plunge further to 100,000 rials against the U.S. dollar. It currently floats between 60,000 to 70,000 rials. Various stores no longer accept Iranian currency and Unprecedented domestic and international challenges, isolation and deep crises are what awaits Iran’s regime.
How past experience shows rogue regimes such as Iran only respond when faced with strength and not weakness and appeasement.
Since the signing of the Iran Nuclear Deal the poverty increased and the protest in Iran have increased.
“Tehran, being the world’s central banker of international terrorism, has funded its long reign of terror by plundering the wealth of its own people” according to the U.S President Donald Trump.
If the Middle East is to experience peace, democracy, stability, and security, it is an inarguable necessity to first realize democratic change and end the mullahs’ rule in Iran.
Tehran has taken advantage of several decades of appeasement, resulting in the suffering of the Iranian people and nations across the region. The history of billions flowing into Iranian regime bank accounts and pallets of cash flow into this country must come to an end.
What’s really happening on the ground is that the Iranian people have risen up against the regime and there's no sympathy for the nuclear program in Iran. If pressure is built there’s no need for any foreign intervention. The people of Iran have already risen to overthrow the regime.
US President Donald Trump signs a document reinstating sanctions against Iran after announcing the US withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear deal, in the Diplomatic Reception Room at the White House in Washington, DC, on May 8, 2018.
In the aftermath of the Iran Uprisings, the Iranian diaspora will be holding its largest convention on Saturday, 30 June 2018 in Paris in support of the continuous nationwide uprisings and demands of the Iranian people for a free and democratic Iran. Hundreds of parliamentarians of various political groups, prominent politicians attend this annually convention to express their support of regime change in Iran.
Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, said: “As the nationwide uprising in December and January demonstrated, the Iranian people want to be liberated from religious oppression and despotism. Democratic change in Iran is inevitable and a free Iran is within reach”.