In the last few months, most of the local foresters in Kermanshah, Kurdistan and Azarbaijan Gharbi provinces were moved out from their jobs, replaced by others or disappeared. Evidences show that foresters who have lost their job, are not allowed to give any information on their pervious services. As Avatoday has followed up the recent changes in the region, they first seemed to be due to the forest’s closeness to the underground missile bases of Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) in Kermanshah’s Azgala, near Mariwan and Khorinj in Piranshahr and Ushnaviyeh.
According to some confidential information, received by Avatoday, the Iranian Revolutionary Guards are behind all the foresters and security status changes that have only occurred in north and northwest of Iran. During the presidency of George W. Bush, the government has divided Iran to 30 regions with 800 bases to transfer missiles in urgent situation. Most of these missile bases have located in the mountainous region of Kurdistan. During the presidency of Obama, as a chance of US military act against Iran was invalidated, these underground bases remain out of use. However, with the current military threats against Iran during the presidency of Donald Tramp, the defend system has been activated once again.
The main reason behind the changes in jobs and government posts, therefore, is to avoid leaking information on the nuclear waste in the mountains of Khorinj near to the Kurdish city of Piranshahr, Bamo mountain and Azgala region in Iran’s border region of Kermanshah and Mariwan with Iraqi Kurdistan.
According to the received information, the nuclear wastes covered by ice will be moved out in tracks to the mentioned bases. All the drivers are selected by the Revolutionary Guards and none of them are locals.