By Terence Bunch Published 2010-01-15 00:00:00 Last Edited 2010-01-15 00:00:00
Days after the Mollah regime in Iran attempt to initiate a parliamentary order to break all ties with the United Kingdom over pro-democracy protests taking place in Iran, the PMOI (Peoples Mojahedin Organisation of Iran) gather again in Downing Street to voice their demands that Downing Street cut all governmental ties with Iranian diplomatic bodies.
Inside Iran itself, the regime has recently replaced domestic subsidies and grants it makes within its domestic economy with conditional cash payouts in an attempt to control and undermine the various groups involved in pro-democracy protests within the country.
Senior clerics have recently continued warnings to the pro-democracy groups that the age of tolerance has now been brought to an end and that those charged with Mohareb (fighting against God) face immediate execution at the hands of the Mollah legislature.
The protests in Iran continue nonetheless with all indicators pointing to a internal resolution of Irans affairs and not military intervention from a third party acting from without.
Downing Street. London. 15th January 2010.