Britain hatches another anti-Iran plot
Islam Times - Britain is hatching another plot to maintain its presence in Iran and to have links with its domestic stooges in the country, after it closed its embassy in Tehran.
The UK Foreign Office (FCO) launched a new website and social media presence for Iranians in line with its interference policies aimed at harming the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Foreign Secretary William Hague announced the launching of the website “UK for Iranians” and its affiliated links to social media sites including Google+, Facebook and Twitter, months after the UK government closed Iranian Embassy in London and ordered all Iranian diplomats leave the country.
Britain’s embassy in Tehran was also closed down last November after a group of Iranian students, angered by the UK hegemonic policies towards Iran, stormed the embassy building.
"We are re-launching now our Iran website and social media presence for you and for you to use it," Foreign Secretary William Hague said in a video message on the "UK for Iranians" website.
In fact, Britain is hatching another plot to maintain its presence in Iran and to have links with its domestic stooges in the country, after it closed its embassy in Tehran. British authorities thought that they can undermine Iran by cutting the relations between the two countries, but soon they realized that closing their embassy would harm their interests.
Now, the UK authorities are desperately seeking to find alternative ways to conduct spying on the developments inside Iran.
The move can be considered as an imitation from the US government, which launched a "virtual embassy" in December last year to act as another spying apparatus and to deceive the public opinion of both American and Iranian nations.
At the time, the State Department claimed in a statement that the virtual embassy should "work as a bridge" between America and Iran.
Both Britain and the US have been conspiring to undermine the Islamic system of the Islamic Republic of Iran since it was created following the Islamic Revolution in 1979.
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