Wednesday, February 23, 2011

View from a Bus in Tehran

5 comments:

Amazons Speak Out said...

Even from here in UK, those green railings and that walkway over the street made of plastic, is so familiar from June 2009. ;((

Anonymous said...

Khamenei if you were a little smart you would step down now. How long can you keep up this way?

Waybec said...

Well, what was one recent quote I heard from the Arab protests - "The more they Oppress, the more the people Protest!" And let's face it - the devil's alliance of Khamenei and Ahmadinejad are making the EXACT same fearful and fatal flaws of all the other FALLEN OPPRESSORS throughout history! They merely try to buy time rather than grant time for the true will of the people! Again, this black theocratic tyrannical regime is fininished! Look ahead and you'll find that they are already the despised footnote of history! I know it. Most other decent freedom loving people know it! All so all it takes now is for the proper and constant mobilization of the Iranian people to know it too! Again Fear WILL always be crushed by TH$$E FEARLESS! Ahmadinejad is nothing but the hypocritical pyschotic and delusional mentality of the surpersitious and archaic! He thinks some Iman will return to prove him right! Well the true Iman has ALREADY returned Dinnerjacket! It's called people power demanding Democracy, Liberty, Justice, Freedom, Equality and Human Rights! Therefore no wonder Khamanei and Ahmandinejad are desperately afraid. In fact they are VERY VERY AFRAID! So rise up Iranians!!! You are the next great Chaper in the Ethical Imperative history. Azadi Irani!

Anonymous said...

A Ruthless Opponent

The result, says Ali Ansari, professor of Iranian studies at St Andrews University in Scotland, is that Iran's opposition will be unable to achieve the same rapid transition attained by demonstrations in Tunisia and Egypt.

"The opponent they're facing is a good deal more ruthless and much more embedded," Ansari argues.
http://www.rferl.org/content/why_iran_is_different/2319995.html

Anonymous said...

IRI kills just enough to scare, but not too much to cause general upheavel, then they use their propaganda machines to divert responsibility. It all makes sense, read the article and look at the numbers.

If they don’t use tanks in the streets or kill people by hundreds (like Gaddafi), its NOT because they don’t want to, its because of the managed killing policies that they have perfected over 32 years, to stay in power.


http://news.gooya.com/politics/archives/2011/02/118171.php