Iran Supreme Leader Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei could flee to Russia should the situation in his country continue to spiral out of control, according to Radio Netherlands.
The media organization reports that the Supreme National Security Council ordered a check-up Sunday of the jet on standby to evacuate Khamenei and his family should the need arise.
If Khamenei does depart the country, it would be reminiscent of an historic event in Iranian history: Jan. 16, 1979, when the Iranian Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlevi fled Iran following an increase in violent protests. The anniversary of that event is coming up soon.
This is a developing story.
The Illuminati want regime change in Iran and in the West they control both sides in the debate. So while Western conservative pundits may advocate military action, liberal outlets like Huffington Post are touting a less confrontational line. We strongly suspect that Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei will not be leaving Iran anytime soon and the above report may be little more than disinformation. Ed.