Assuming that you are in support of Wilayat as Faqih and the Islamic revolution in Iran, how do you explain these ahadīth?

Isma’il Ibn Bazi’ reported that Imam As-Sadiq (a.) said: “Cursed be the one who assumed the authority, cursed be the one who sought it, and cursed be the one who addressed himself with it.” [Al-Kafi of Al-Kulaini, Volume 2 Page 298 Hadith 4]

Jabir Ibn Yazid reported that Imam Al-Baqir (a.) said: “Beware of the deviators from the family of Muhammad (s.), because the family of Muhammad (s.) and Ali (a.) has a flag and those besides them have flags, so hold on to the earth and never follow a person of them until you see a man from the children of Hussain (a.) carrying the covenant and a flag and a weapon from the Prophet of God (s.).” [Al-Bihar of Al-Majlisi, volume 52, page 224]

Malik Ibn A’yan reported that Imam Al-Baqir (a.) said: “The companion of every flag raised before the flag of the Rising one (Qa’im) is a transgressor (Taghut).” [Al-Bihar of Al-Majlisi, volume 25, page 114]

Mufaddal Ibn Umar reported that Imam As-Sadiq (a.) said: “O Mufaddal, before the Riser (Qa’im) appears, every oath of allegiance is disbelief (Kufr), hypocrisy and betrayal. God curse those who take the oath of allegiance and those who receive the oath of allegiance.” [Mukhtasar-ul-Basa’ir of Al-Hilli, page 525 Hadith 516; Bihar-ul-Anwar of Al-Majlisi, Volume 53, Page 8]

From Sad bin Abdullah Al-Qummi, from Al-Hujjah Al-Qaim (a.) in a long tradition in which is written: I said: “Tell me, my Master, why is it forbidden for people to choose their own leaders?” He said: “A righteous or a corrupt one?” I said: “A righteous.” He said: “Would it be possible that they would choose a corrupt one, after which none of them would know whether the other (leader) had goodness or corruption in his mind?” I said: “Yes.” he said: “That is the reason.” [Nur Al-Thaqalayn, Volume 2, Page 76]

Scholars have different understandings of these hadiths.

Those who support the revolution state that these hadiths are referring to those who call people to themselves—meaning that consider themselves having independent authority. But if Shias rise calling people to follow the Ahlulbayt (a), then it’s ok.

Those who do not support the revolution state that such hadiths prohibit Shias from establishing as state during the ghaybah of Imam Mahdi (a).