عنوان مقاله [English]
This research has been conducted by the aim of studying the functions of soft subversion caused by "enemy influence" in the discourse of the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution using by content analysis method. Accordingly, it has been attempted to discuss the influence on three levels from the view point of him: first, the dimensions of intellectual-cultural influence, such as: individual groups influence flows in the cultural, political, economic and security spheres; second, influencing categories, such as: weakening the beliefs and changing the lifestyles and tastes of people; third, the goals and consequences of influence (transformation from within and subversion of the system). The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution has mentioned in the 43 speeches of his 89 speeches (49 percent of his lectures) the subject of "influence". This means that from the year 1394 to the end of August 96, a total of 173 times have been referred to the influence, which has been the most frequent at the height of the nuclear talks (September to March 2013). It indicates his concern about the enemy's goals in the negotiating space. The results of the research indicate that in the current situation (especially as a result of nuclear negotiations), the most important threat to the Islamic Revolution, which has been a source of concern for the Supreme Leader, is the enemy's tricks on the issue of influence. Among other things, the "cultural influence of the enemy" has a special place in his view.