In this final part of the document we look at the state of the movement inside Iran, the weak and vacillating leadership of Mousavi, the reasons for the present lull in the movement and indicate the need for a revolutionary leadership capable of meeting the tasks of the Iranian revolution.
When Ahmadinejad and his allies within the Iranian regime rigged the presidential elections in 1388  they did not expect this development. In fact they had done it once before, though on a much smaller scale, when Ahmadinejad “won” his first presidential campaign. But the Iranian people could not endure any more of misery and poverty. They had nothing to lose and they used Mousavi as their rallying point. The millions coming out in the early days did not even expect anything to begin with.