Iranian regime officials have grown weary over an increasing number of graffiti in public places calling for people to rise up and launch strikes against the clerical dictatorship, according to obtained reports from Iran.
In Tehran’s south and west subway stations, slogans like “death to dictator,” “death to Khamenei,” referring to the mullahs’ Supreme Leader, and “students, merchants, teachers, workers – strike, strike,” abound on walls and sides of buildings. Subway passengers and employees at the stations have also written the slogan “Khamenei, know that every day will be an uprising,” on the stations’ walls and nearby buildings.
Another report indicates that the clerical regime has in recent weeks stepped up security measures in Karaj and the Karaj-Qazvin highway. There are checkpoints around Malard-e Fardis and Andisheh where vehicles are carefully inspected. Security Forces have also established check points at the entrance of Loushan and Manjil tunnels.
The regime’s suppressive measures have been met by angry public reactions and protests.