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Iranian President Sayyid Ebrahim Raisolsadati DEAD

Written by Michael Thervil


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It was reported last night that Iranian President Sayyid Ebrahim Raisolsadati has been confirmed dead. With over 70 search and rescues crews on the ground amongst medical and military personnel, it was a shocking Sunday night. Iranians from all over the country are mourning the death of their President. Calls have been made from world leaders all since the mayday call that his helicopter was faced with a “hard landing”. Many are speculating as to how and why Iranian President Sayyid Ebrahim Raisolsadati airship may have gone down.

 

Speculations stemming from the broad multi decade long sanctions that have made it extremely difficult for Iran to obtain the parts needed in order to maintain his helicopter, to the dense fog and harsh weather conditions of the geographic location that he was traveling in. Make no mistake about it, there are some speculators, even pointing the finger at Israel as a possible reason as to why the Iranian President Sayyid Ebrahim Raisolsadati helicopter may have experienced this “hard landing”.

 

VEDA Magazine sources have also reported that, upon reaching the crash site, the helicopter appeared to be completely destroyed, with no signs of life in or around the area. Iranian President Sayyid Ebrahim Raisolsadati was not the only passenger on-board. President Sayyid Ebrahim Raisolsadati’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian was also on board as well. Although the bodies of Iranian President Sayyid Ebrahim Raisolsadati, and his Foreign Minister, have not been found, it’s extremely likely that he and his Foreign Minister is dead given the extreme condition of the mountainous location where the helicopter went down.

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The next person in succession is Vice-President Mohammad Mokhber who is the first Vice-President of Iran. He was born on September 1st, 1955, and holds two doctoral degrees in Management and International Rights, with a Master’s degree in Management. His educational background in conjunction with the fact that he oversaw a multi-billion-dollar business for the Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei indicates that he is very well educated, more business minded than his predecessor, and capable of manipulating currency to the benefit of Iran. This would also mean that he would more than likely increase funding for groups that the collective west deems as “Terrorist Organizations”.  Our prediction is that Vice-President Mohammad Mokhber will seek to formulate even stronger geopolitical ties with Russia, China, and North Korea a geopolitical conglomerate coined by us as the “Trifecta”.

 

Iran, who is in control of battle-hardened militias such as Hezbollah, have the eyes of the collective west as they are watching and waiting to see what Vice-President Mohammad Mokhber is going to do with them. This situation is to be considered a “wild card” in the geopolitical arena and it’s not to be taken lightly. The now deceased Iranian President Sayyid Ebrahim Raisolsadati died at 63 years old, and he will be missed by the citizens of Iran and people the world over.

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