Round up of satellite dishes by Iranian regime's agents
According to the state- run Fars News Agency the mullahs’ dictatorship Minister of Communications expressed concerns regarding the vast use of the Internet and satellite TV by the Iranian people.
“The presence of satellite dishes in the country has become a cultural-social problem,” he said.
“During the past few years, the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has carried out good steps in the security field and we have had significant measures regarding adjusting the regulations and having a presence in international organizations,” mullah’s Communication Minister Taghi Poor said during his speech in the Majlis (parliament) while flagrantly admitting to Internet and satellite TV censoring.
“The presence of satellite dishes in the country has become a cultural-social problem,” he said, “and currently 46% of the Iranian people have access to the Internet.”
Yesterday, during a speech in the Majlis the mullahs’ State Security Force chief Ahmadi Moghadam described satellite TV networks as the utmost source of corruption, adding his forces will continue rounding up satellite dishes.