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Leaked Documents Expose How Supreme Leader Dictates Parliament and Usurps Iran’s Wealth

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Among the documents obtained by the GhiamSarnegouni dissident group from the parliamentary server’s breach, we encounter one containing a confidential letter from Mohammadí Golpayegani, the head of Supreme Leader’s office, to the Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf. In this letter, stamped “urgent action,” the following requests have been dictated to the parliament:

1- Increase funds for the Center of Services for Religious Seminaries.

2- Allocate 100 billion tomans to the Endowment Fund for foreign seminary students of the Society of the Companions of the Prophet.

3- Allocate a budget line for holy shrines.

4- Increase the budget of holy shrines from 30 billion tomans to 80 billion tomans.

5- Allocate 100 billion tomans to the Balagh Fund for supporting “Native Preachers” in foreign countries.

6- Increase in the budget for the World Assembly of Islamic Awakening and the World Assembly of Ahlul Bayt.

7- Request for budget allocation to “some affiliated institutions and institutions related to the office” [the Supreme Leader’s office].

8- Request for a 100% increase in funds for “supporting Sunni religious schools and supporting the livelihood of Sunni clerics.”

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In these files, the office of Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, extends its influence beyond mere directives. It includes an attached list of various institutions seeking budget allocations, further draining funds from the Iranian populace to fuel extremist propaganda abroad and pursue the regime’s sinister agendas.

In a dictatorship, the concept of independent branches of power is null, as evidenced by this document revealing how the parliament serves Khamenei’s reign. Similar to the compliance of the regime’s President Ebrahim Raisi with Khamenei’s orders, the parliament is compelled to enact his directives, lending them a veneer of legislation.

Iran’s economy is dominated by entities associated with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and Khamenei’s Office, constraining both government and private enterprises to thrive only through connections with officials or their kin. Banks, credit institutions, and even the stock exchange participate in the exploitation of people’s wealth.

The IRGC, as Iran’s largest armed force and principal economic instrument, exercises full control over docks, border crossings, and illicit activities including the auctioning of raw materials and smuggling narcotics.

In this cycle, the regime’s Supreme Leader dictates, the parliament legislates, the government executes, and the judiciary punishes dissent against the prevailing corruption and criminality.

Following the regime’s failed war strategy with Iraq, the clerical regime resorted to egregious crimes to perpetuate its power. This included the 1988 massacre of political prisoners, the targeted assassinations of intellectuals (chain murders), nuclear, ballistic missiles, and drone projects, fostering proxy networks in regional countries, and supporting global terrorism.

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The nation’s primary budget, derived from oil reserves, mineral wealth, as well as illicit sources, sustains a wide array of officials and agencies vital for preserving Khamenei’s rule. Some of them include:

– Center for Seminary Services

– Islamic Propagation Organization (Islamic Development Organization)

– Supreme Council of Seminaries

– Al-Mustafa International Society (Al-Mustafa International University)

– Islamic Culture and Communication Organization

– Policy Council of Sisters’ Seminaries

– Islamic Propagation Office of Qom Seminary (Islamic Seminary of Qom)

– Planning Council for the Management of Khorasan Seminaries

– Endowment and Charity Organization

– Coordination Council for Islamic Propagation (Islamic Development Coordination Council)

– Ahl Al-Bayt World Assembly

– The World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought

– Headquarters for the Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice

– Mosque Affairs Center

– Islamic Revolution Cultural and Research Institute

– Policy Council of Friday Prayers Leaders

– Academy of Persian Language and Literature

– The Institute for Compilation and Publication of Imam Khomeini’s Works

– Research Institute for Islamic Culture and Thought

– Khomeini Education and Research Institute

– Prayer Establishment Headquarters

– Computer Research Center of Islamic Sciences (CRCIS)

– Institution of Islamic Feqh Encyclopedia

– Art Seminary of the Islamic Propagation Organization

– The Encyclopaedia Islamica Foundation

– Mosque Affairs Response Institute

– Imam Sadegh University

– Imam Khomeini International University

– Ahl al-Bayt International University (AS)

– Sura University

– Secretariat of the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution

– Saadi Foundation

– Seminary and University Research Institute

Numerous institutions maintain affiliated organizations and representatives across diverse nations globally. They conduct transactions with foreign companies and even governments through the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, often under alternate names.

Addressing Iran’s regime infiltration network and smuggling isn’t just crucial for safeguarding the nation and its citizens from tyranny. With four decades of Tehran’s crimes now glaringly evident to the international community, the time has come for decisive actions to cut off the clerics’ reach into targeted domains. Achieving this objective necessitates unwavering political resolve and determination.