A leaked report describes how Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei with his top leaders and security forces to discuss just how to deal with the nationwide unrest and protests happening around the country.

The report was provided to National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) on December 31st across several meetings to detail how to “tamp down” on the events.

The report was translated from Farsi to English and describes how the unrest is affecting literally every sector of the country’s economy as well as how it “threatens the regime’s security. The first step, therefore, is to find a way out of this situation.”

 

The report added, “Religious leaders and the leadership must come to the scene as soon as possible and prevent the situation (from) deteriorating further.” It continued, “God help us, this is a very complex situation and is different from previous occasions.”

The total dead as of Monday is at 13, including a police officer.

 

The regime’s notes claimed protesters “started chanting the ultimate slogans from day one. In Tehran today, people were chanting slogans against Khamenei and the slogans used yesterday were all against Khamenei.”

It even goes into detail about how President Trump and other officials support what’s going on in the country. “The United States officially supported the people on the streets.”

The meeting notes that the leader of the NCRI, Maryam Rajavi, and the “Infidels,” which the translation says refers to “the West,” “are united for the first time.” It continued, “Maryam Rajavi is hoping for regime change,” saying the protests are “definitely organized,” and “the security forces report that the MEK is very active and is leading and directing them.”

Though “red alert” hasn’t been declared it detailed how it may send IRGC or the Bassij forces would “backfire” and would further “antagonize the protesters.”

(H/T Fox News)

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