The endeavour for change, by the people, has kept their daily uprisings going for the past four months. Everybody has been witnessing them. They find the key to true power within their own hands. It’s not just one particular sector protesting the regime, no it’s absolutely the whole nation as one. The only ones standing on opposite ends with the people are the Repressive Forces and proxies of the regime, who manage their savings by violating minimum social rights of others.

Iranians want a peaceful solution

It was never the intention of the Iranian people to have an atomic bomb, this was only the government’s desire.

What the people of Iran dream for is a free Iran. Nuclear power ambitions by Iran were a plan to save the regime from collapsing. The world clearly heard the Iranians chanting in their recent protests that they want the government to stop interfering in Syria and Lebanon, and to pay more attention to its own people.

During his speech on Tuesday, May 8, the US president Trump described the situation in Iran as such, “The Iranian regime has funded its long reign of chaos and terror by plundering the wealth of its own people… The fact is, this was a horrible, one-sided deal that should have never, ever been made. It didn’t bring calm, it didn’t bring peace, and it never will… And great things can happen for the peace and stability that we all want in the Middle East.

There has been enough suffering, death, and destruction. Let it end now.”

Some Iranians say they will do just fine if the Europeans stop their deals with Iran and end their policy of appeasement. The Iranians believe they know how to deal with this theocratic regime. They say, they can manage to topple this regime and bring about democracy without military interference.

No to the Iranian regime in its entirety

In a recent convention of Iranians in Washington for Human Rights and democracy, they declared a full regime change. They are standing for a democratic change and find it inevitable and within reach. They want an end to religious dictatorship to behold regional peace and security.

A large society of Iranians abroad hold an annual event in France to encourage regime change.

It will be held on June 30, at the Villepinte Exposition Center, north of Paris this year. Topics most discussed in this grand gathering are the core reasons for the unending nation protests, results of religious tyranny upon the society and solutions towards gaining complete regime change by the people.

It is hard for Iranians inside the country to follow this program freely as the National Council of Resistance of Iran NCRI is taken for the prime opposition party of the current regime.