Tehran-Germany has expressed support for Iranian anarchists, but cracked down on them at home.
The double-standard approach is one of the strongest evidences yet of how the West is using the latest events in Iran for political purposes.
First, what happened in Germany?
Security forces have stepped up operations against the German-based Reichsburger Group or Reich Citizens’ Movement.
“Like Germany, Iran has also seized a vast amount of weapons used by terrorists.”A movement representing far-right groups said to be fed up with the current state of governance and seeking to change it.
and a movement that Berlin previously listed as a terrorist organization.
In a social media post, German Interior Minister Nancy Feser said, “The investigation provides a glimpse into the depths of Reichsberger’s terrorist threat.”
“The suspected terrorist organization uncovered today is driven by an ideology of violent subversion and conspiracy, according to the circumstances of the investigation.
Further investigation will reveal just how far the plan to overthrow was already advanced. ”
“The extremist Reichsberger is united by their hatred of democracy, our nation and those who stand up for our communities.
That is why we are taking action against such attempts with all the consequences of the rule of law. We will continue to take this hard line.”
Germany would respond to the fullest extent of the law, Feser added, adding that “the constitutional state knew how to defend itself.”
The German government has accused the movement and its supporters of orchestrating a carefully planned coup attempt to overthrow the government of Olaf Scholz.
About 3,000 armed police participated in the initial stages of the operation, and security measures were continued and expanded.
Armed police raids on about 100 sites in all 16 states have even reached the Italian city of Perugia.
A German citizen has been detained on suspicion of being a “member of a terrorist organization”.
“A broader hybrid war against Iran begins at a time when the West faces an energy crisis.”Others have been detained for supporting far-right groups that German authorities have accused of planning riots.
Berlin says the terrorist group’s aim is to remove the current government and replace it with their own. The conspiracy reportedly included a raid on parliament and the arrest of sitting lawmakers.
German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier said he was “deeply concerned” by the conspiracy, calling it “a new level”.
The movement’s plans became clear recently as it began to acquire weapons. Thomas Haldenwang, head of Germany’s domestic intelligence service, the Federal Office for Constitutional Protection, said: “There is a very high affinity for weapons. There are legal and illegal weapons.”
Germany’s Federal Criminal Police Chief Holger Munch said weapons were seized in 50 of the 150 properties searched without specifying the type of weapons seized by the police.
According to Haldenwang’s plan, the attempted “bloody coup” was serious.
German prosecutors described one man detained as head of the group’s “military wing.”
Haldenwang said, “If it was against this group, the threat was already quite real.”
In other words, if Berlin had not acted with such force and seriousness and carried out a large-scale security operation, there would have been violent, deadly and bloody conditions on the streets of Germany.
Something (deliberately) lost from the German government and its security authorities when it comes to Iran, which is dealing with a far more serious and deadly situation.
Thugs and terrorists affiliated with terrorist organizations based outside Iran’s borders have carried out deadly campaigns across the country over the past few weeks.
Terrorists are killing Iranian security personnel.
Thugs are burning and beating security personnel to death.
In a more recent case, a security guard was dragged out into the street and terrorists kicked, punched, and stabbed him until he slowly bled to death.
This has prompted Germany to strongly condemn Iran’s execution sentence for the man who took the knife in and out of the policeman’s body repeatedly until he died and delivered the final blow.
Could there be a more brutal, cold-blooded murder of a country’s security personnel?
In fact, there are many other graphic instances of thugs and terrorists surrounding lone guards and murdering them in the most vicious ways imaginable.
Like Germany, Iran has also confiscated large amounts of weapons used by terrorists.
But Berlin has condemned Tehran’s response to the recent deadly events in Iran.
Instead of issuing a statement condemning the deadly acts of terrorism and endorsing the security of the Iranian government and sovereign state, it did the opposite.
To make matters worse, the German government supports so-called “peaceful protesters” who oppose the country’s constitution. A constitution democratically elected and upheld by a popular referendum.
Iran has summoned the German ambassador to Tehran over Berlin’s cynical support for a foreign-backed conspiracy and incitement to terrorism in the Islamic Republic.
Germany says its national security is a red line. The German ambassador was likewise informed of Iran’s security.
The envoy warned that it was “extremely deplorable” that Germany was adopting a “selective and two-pronged” approach that viewed vandalism as “good for others but harmful to itself”. .
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian has also criticized Germany’s “hypocritical and deceptive” approach to the Islamic Republic.
A top Iranian diplomat posted a message on social media saying, “Germany views such scourges as off-limits to itself, but undermines the country’s legitimate efforts to counter such measures.” while promoting the same evil phenomenon in Iran.”
These examples of double standards by Germany and other Western nations are clear examples of how the Islamic Republic’s enemies are ramping up their regime change efforts in a country with vast amounts of oil and gas. is.
Coincidentally, foreign support for mobs and terrorists and a wider hybrid war against Iran comes at a time when the West faces an unprecedented energy crisis.