Al-Sadr's minister alludes to the failure of Al-Kazemi's dialogue with the leaders of the political blocs
Al-Iraqi said in a post on the social networking sites “Facebook”, that “a dialogue session was graciously adopted by the Prime Minister,” adding, “But the dialogue session resulted in only some points that are not fattening and do not sing from hunger, which do not concern the people, nor what It concerns his service, his dignity, and his aspirations.”
He expressed his opinion, saying, "Yes, most of the attendees are only interested in staying in the chair, and so they tried to minimize the revolution and stay away from its demands," adding, "Yes, the revolution does not want people like you to do anything but to step down from a chair on which you unjustly imposed your presence."
And the "minister of the leader" went on to say in his post, "Indeed, most of his concern was to form a government according to the wishes of some, in order to increase their simplicity and the radicalization of their deep state, so that they would control the fate of a people who rejected their presence, so they rigged the elections and made them fit."
He also indicated that, "It is remarkable that one of them went to (the sisterly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) a few hours after the end of the dialogue session, and if we were the perpetrators, they would have said: The dialogue session was under pressure from outside and notice from the normalizers and the Americans and the like."
Al-Iraqi added, "In general, your secret session does not concern us with anything except that I wanted to say: Do not increase the people's anger against you, and do not do anything that increases the people's fear of the democratic process that you are sewing according to your measure."
A close associate of al-Sadr advised the political leaders who attended the dialogue session, saying, "If you want to fill the (empty chair), your session must be public and broadcast live in front of the people to see what is going on behind the scenes of conspiracies, intrigues and leaks that no one has condemned so far - with great regret - ".
He asked, "What will the people benefit from closed and secret sessions in which they do not take into account their legitimate desires to achieve the security and safety that you robbed from them when you sold a third of Iraq and to provide a decent living that you smuggled abroad to bring in weapons and drugs for the people to use, so you live in peace on ostrich feathers and under cool air that was deprived of it? An entire people."
And the "minister of the leader" addressed those leaders by saying, "There is no good in your dialogue except those from whom we received news from within the meeting that he was somewhat positive with his people, but he may be one of the helpless."
He also asked, "How long will the camel remain on its ivory tower and its abhorrent bourgeois behavior that ignores the suffering of the people and disposes of its money and rights without judicial or international deterrence?"
And the close confidant of Al-Sadr concluded in a speech addressed to the Iraqis, saying, "Oh, the people of Iraq, do not be deceived by their dialogue, for it is easier than a spider's web, and that their stay is not long if your revolution is prolonged
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