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Iran’s President Dies in Helicopter Accident

The summary covers a helicopter crash ‌in Azerbaijan that tragically took the lives of Iran’s‍ President and Foreign Minister. It ‍delves into the controversial backgrounds of the officials, highlighting the President Ebrahim Raisi’s dark past as​ the ​”Butcher of Tehran.” The aftermath ​discusses the⁤ potential successor and the complex political dynamics in Iran. The summary recounts a fatal helicopter crash in Azerbaijan that claimed the lives of Iran’s leaders,‍ including President Ebrahim Raisi and the Foreign Minister. It unveils ⁢Raisi’s notorious history as the “Butcher of Tehran”⁢ and explores the implications of their⁢ deaths, including ⁤the succession ‌process ⁣and the ​intricate ⁤political landscape in Iran.


On Sunday, a helicopter in Azerbaijan carrying the President of Iran as well as the foreign minister of Iran crashed, killing them as well as others on board. The president and the foreign minister of Iran were both murderous butchers, but the media have a very difficult time with this sort of information because they’re not sure whether they’re supposed to call terrorists and their supporters “austere religious scholars,” as we saw with ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Reuters posted on X regarding Iranian president Ebrahim Raisi, who was nicknamed the “Butcher of Tehran,” that he “rose through Iran’s theocracy from hardline prosecutor to uncompromising president, as he burnished his credentials to position himself to become the next supreme leader.”

Tablet Magazine explained who Raisi was in a piece titled, “Meet ‘The Butcher,’ Iran’s New President Ebrahim Raisi,” writing:

Raisi became an Islamist ideologue as a teen studying in the seminary in Qom. After the revolution, when he was only 19 years old and lacking any university education, he was appointed as a prosecutor, rising over the following four decades to fill the positions of attorney general, deputy chief justice and, most recently, chief justice of Iran’s theocratic dictatorship.

Most notably, though, Raisi was one of four members of a death committee responsible for the 1988 execution of thousands of Iranian prisoners of conscience in the space of a few months. The ideologically motivated mass executions constituted both a crime against humanity and genocide—a cleansing of religious infidels—according to international human rights expert Geoffrey Robertson. It was a massacre, he says, comparable to those at Srebrenica and the Katyn Forest.

Raisi would typically spend only a few minutes with each prisoner—some young children—asking them questions to test their allegiance to radical Islam. The prisoners, mostly leftist revolutionaries who had helped bring the regime to power, typically refused to feign loyalty, even after prolonged and brutal torture, which in some cases was personally directed and overseen by Raisi. It is estimated that a minimum of a few thousand and as many as 30,000 were killed by hanging or firing squad. The massacre is still shrouded in secrecy, with the regime continuing to deny information to the families of those killed, including about the location of their loved ones’ remains.

What is known is the speed and efficiency of killing, with hangings using forklifts every half hour, and the dumping of dead bodies in piles on trucks, a method and pace that traumatized the executioners themselves. Virgins were systematically raped before their execution, to circumvent the Islamic prohibition on killing virgins and to prevent women and girls from reaching heaven. The executed were ordered to write their own names on their hands before they went to their death. The massacre is a trauma etched into the collective consciousness of all of the Iranian people, throughout the country and throughout the diaspora.

At the time, Grand Ayatollah Hossein Ali Montazeri, who had been designated to succeed the revolutionary leader Khomeini, condemned the mass executions in an act of dissent. In response, Khomeini rescinded Montazeri’s clerical rank, canceled his selection as the next supreme leader, and condemned him to house arrest. In Montazeri’s place, Raisi rose up.

Raisi was an evil human being presiding over the death of American soldiers all across the Middle East as well as the spread of the terror tentacles of the Islamic Republic.

The foreign minister was Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, a close ally of Qassem Soleimani, the senior Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commander and leader of terrorism who was killed in a United States airstrike in Baghdad in 2020.

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But here’s the salient point: The two men being killed is not going to change anything in the Middle East because Raisi was not the Ayatollah, and the Ayatollahs run Iran. They decide who the leadership is; they engage in massive amounts of fraud. Along with the IRGC, they run the country.

The Ayatollahs are simply going to appoint somebody else to fill his stead. That person is likely Vice President Mohammed Mokhber, who is now taking over and has been sanctioned by the United States and the EU.

In order for the regime to be completely changed, you’d have to have a full-scale coup from within the IRGC or a popular uprising that overthrows the government.

Meanwhile, the EU announced they were activating their rapid response mapping service in view of the helicopter accident with the hashtag #EUSolidarity. Geert Wilders, the new leader of the elected coalition in The Netherlands, immediately tweeted, “EU solidarity with evil,” which is exactly right. The president of the European Council stated, “The EU expresses its sincere condolences for the death of President Raisi and Foreign Minister Abdollahian, as well as other members of their delegation and crew in a helicopter accident. Our thoughts go to the families.” Wilders fired, “Not in My Name!” — which is the correct response for the West.

It’s an absolute absurdity that there are so many members of the press, so many members of the EU, so many people inside the United States who will express condolences and solidarity with legitimate monsters who have spread terror all over the region and keep tens of millions of their own citizens in abject poverty and under the boot of an evil tyranny, tolerate chemical attacks deliberately targeting girls’ schools nationwide, force girls out of school, and prosecute people who do not comply with Sharia law.

There are so many Westerners who can’t make basic moral distinctions.


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