By Chief Mase
Absard, Iran— On Friday, 2020/11/27, isntreal (israel), backed by the united snakkkes and other nations of colonial white power, launched a mafia-esque assassination on Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, the Head of Research and Innovation Organization within the Iranian Ministry of Defense.
In a statement after the state-terrorist backed murder, the Iranian President indicated,
“once again, the evil hands of global arrogance, with the usurping zionist regime as a mercenary, were stained with the blood of a son of this nation…the assassination of the martyr (Mohsen) Fakhrizadeh shows the despair of our enemies and the depth of their hatred … His martyrdom will not stop our achievements.”
We know as Colonized people living under this system, that colonialism never misses an opportunity to discredit and destroy the dual contending power we continue to build for ourselves.
The truth of this attack is that it was nothing more than a symbolic act of war.
Though Mohsen Fakrizadeh was a leading nuclear physicist for Iran, he was nothing more than a manager over other scientists and programs they were running at this point in their nuclear energy program.
As mentioned by Professor Mohammad Marandi,
“This murder won’t keep Iran from achieving nuclear weapons. If they wanted to have nuclear weapons, they could have had them a long time ago. Iran has the technological capabilities, it has the means, and the scholars, scientists, and experts needed to build those programs if they choose.”
With that being said, who was Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, and why did these colonizers place such a big target on his back?
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh and colonialism’s blood lust
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was born in Qom in 1958, and would later join the Revolutionary Guards after the overthrow of the shah in 1979, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, and held a senior position as a brigadier general. He also served as a professor at Tehran’s Imam Hossein University, where he taught physics before taking on his role as the Head of Research and Innovation Organization.
As history shows us, being a revolutionary, building dual contending power, or even just organizing our people to fight back against our oppression makes colonialism tremble, and its only answer is more violence. So they put a target on the backs of revolutionaries, a death sentence, for nothing more than wanting dictatorship over our land lives, labor, and resources. For nothing more than wanting liberation.
The blood lust of colonialism levied a death sentence to Mohsen Fakrizadeh for exactly that.
The target on his back was born in 2003 when the International Atomic Energy Agency, an international agency rooted in the oppression of colonized nations by being beholden to amerikkka and colonialism, produced a report with fake documents tying civilian scientists to a non-existent nuclear weapons program. As if we haven’t seen this one from the united snakkes before.
In 2018, the war criminal that is benjamin netanyahu made even more false remarks to try and create a narrative that could lead to military action or economic sanctions against Iran. He even went as far as saying, “Remember the name, Fakhrizadeh.”
Colonialism’s blood lust will always try to tear down the momentum of anti-colonial revolutionaries and movements, but it is no match when we as colonized people are in unity with one another.
The Unity of Colonized Nations
These false reports, narratives, and even these assassinations are not a new tactic of colonialism and serve to only further the oppression of colonized people by causing divisions within our unity. That is why at Black Hammer, we stand in unity not only with other revolutionaries like Mohsen Fakhrizadeh but with all colonized nations and peoples. We know that is where our true strength lies.
History shows us that the stories and news brought to us by our oppressor, whether it be liberal sources like the demokkkrats and CNN or conservative sources like republicans and Fox, both share one goal; breeding disunity so that they may keep looting the poor and working-class colonized masses.
Sadr al-Hosseini released a statement summarizing the reality for not only Iran but all Colonized nations concerning colonial politics:
“Throughout the history of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the way that Republicans and Democrats have dealt with Iran has been no different. The history of the two parties’ policies toward Iran shows that both parties have sought to create challenges against the Iranian nation and bring the nation to a dead end,”
As if we didn’t know which side the colonizer would choose, it doesn’t matter whether it’s the republikkkans and demokkkrats who praise the assassination or the likes of the EU, who refuse to condemn the attack or even launch an investigation but make sure to tell Iran to not engage in self-defense or retaliation. Their loyalties, just like all colonizers, lie in colonialism, in the collective oppression of Iran and all colonized people.
It is colonialism that tells colonized people to praise the death of a revolutionary scientist, someone who just wanted to help his people.
It is colonialism that makes colonized people feel like it’s okay for another colonized nation to be exploited or war-torn by our common oppressor.
And so Black Hammer upholds our 2nd Principle of Unity. We stand in unity with Iran just as colonized nations like Venezuela, China, Cuba, the DPRK, and many others do. Black Hammer stands in unity with the Iranian students and people who are protesting and mourning the murder of their beloved comrade.
Long Live Iran, Long Live the Revolution, and Rest In Power Mohsen Fakhrizadeh,