WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR US? WOULD UNREST IN IRAN CHANGE ANYTHING ON THE GROUND?
I'm afraid for these good people... afraid they are about to suffer another tiananmen square-like incident... the u.s. and obama will be like ghwb was... publically decrying the lack of democracy in iran and calling for reforms while all along in back channels he's giving the green light for the genocide to commence... and after all the bloodshed occurs and the world is horrified and all the so-called "world leaders" pretend that they are too... within days obamanation will send a diplomatic delegation to tehran "to keep the hope for reform and democracy alive by not abandoning the course of dialogue... to keep communication channels open etc... etc... ad nauseum..."
but mark my words... america will have been behind the slaughter all the time as we were with china... we... gosh... "we!" G-d forbid... not me and not you and not anyone of us save for the slime here... the slime of america and of the world... they are in league with all of the despots... though they dupe us into thinking they are normal and decent and moral and humane... when they are really... all of them... every last one of them... evil incarnate upon this earth...
i hope i'm wrong and the revolution in the streets of iran topples all the mullahs and the ayatollahs... but i know i'm not... G-d forbid we are about to witness another bloodbath in the world on tv in front of everyone's eyes... the only way this works out well is if the slime are on the side of the people in order to fool us all into saying real change has come somewhere bad... then this will succeed on the russian model at the supposed "fall of communism" but it too will be a ruse... all just another heartbreaking disappointment... like all the rest... as in the great line from the who in their song... "won't get fooled again..." when they sang... "meet the new boss... same as the old boss..."
this is what the slime do... they hedge their bets... if the slime they put in power does their bidding and does not go contrary to their wishes... then we see a tiananmen square event... and the slime break the backs of the revolutionaries and the people who are yearning and really pining for freedom and liberty...
but if the slime's guy goes off the beaten path and disobeys orders... then the slime make the revolution succeed and the "people's popular uprising" sees victory... but only on the slime's terms... some cosmetic reforms and changes are implemented but nothing vitally crucial to the slime ever gets changed, halted or transformed... because they hand-pick the revolution's guy or gal... like yeltsin in the old soviet union in the 90's or like aquino in the philippines back in the 80's... and once they are inplace they make sure no real improvements in the lot of the people is ever forthcoming as anticipated and as prayed for...
in fact... the whole revolution in '79 was over opium production and heroin manufacture within iran... the shah was sickened to see his people becoming addicts... over a million had already become so by then because it was a vital artery in the middle of the trafficking of the whole worldwide slime drug cartel... and the shah feeling for the welfare of the people tried to put a stop to it... only to get deposed and then poisoned with cancer and die... this is all according to john coleman's "conspiracy hierarchy: the committe of 300..."
i wonder if that is what is happening here... achmedijan getting religion and trying to impose all of the islamic rules including those against drugs... like the taliban did in afghanistan with the poppy fields there burning them down which is one of the two real reasons that led to 9/11 as the excuse for the slime to go to war there with them... to protect their wealth and investments... (a gas pipeline is the other which the taliban were reneging on)... and now the same is going on here in iran yet again... it's all over oil or drugs all the time with these bitter, vile slime...
and so if the revolution ends in blood you know the first scenario is the right one... if it succeeds it is the latter... but then don't get your hopes up nothing good will ever happen in the world until the slime are removed from this earth and only Hashem with moshiach as His shaliach will ever accomplish this great feat in world history... because if this ends in blood we will all be just that much more cowered and intimidated to ever raise our heads and open our mouths in protest here or anywhere within the supposedly and so-called "free world..." nik. out...
7 Iranian Protestors Killed by Government Forces
(IsraelNN.com) Iranian government forces loyal to President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad shot at least seven people to death and wounded an unknown number of others Monday during demonstrations in Tehran's Azadi Square.
Protests against the disputed results of last Friday's presidential election continue despite calls by the country's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khameini to unite behind Ahmadinejad, who landed early Tuesday morning in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Ahmadinejad is scheduled to attend a regional security conference and then meet later in Moscow with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.
Meanwhile, the country's Guardian Council, headed by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khameni, said it would move to recount the ballots in light of the growing unrest.
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani also declared Tuesday that the country's Interior Ministry must react to the attacks on citizens, including students, according to the Iranian Labor News Agency.
The former nuclear negotiator made the announcement after Iran's state radio reported that seven people had been shot to death by government militia. Unofficial sources said at least 12 other people had been killed elsewhere in the country as well.
Earlier in the day, some 100,000 Mousavi supporters had marched through the streets of the Iranian capital to protest the alleged election fraud.
Photos of bloodied and beaten protestors, as well as several riot police officers, have been posted on news websites and blogs around the world. More than a few journalists have risked their own lives, in fact, to cover the developing story. Reporters for news agencies in various countries have been threatened and beaten by government forces and a number of photographers have had their film confiscated.
Chatter on Twitter
Chatter about the situation in Iran through the Twitter social networking website has been especially brisk, with more than 400 "tweets", or brief comments logged within a three-minute span Tuesday morning. Many were from young Iranians whose icons had been tinted green in the trademark color of the presidential challenger, Mir Hossein Mousavi.
Twitter agreed not to carry out its usual routine maintenance shutdown in order to allow web users in Iran to continue posting. As text messaging (SMS) and cellular phone service continues to be interrupted in Tehran, surfers in the country are posting requests for overseas proxies that can override the "blackouts" and provide internet access unmonitored by the government's Interior Ministry.
Some people in the capital were wearing black clothes Tuesday, "mourning for what is happening in Iran," according to one person who posted a tweet.
"Everyone, everywhere, set ur (sic) location 2 (sic) Tehran, Iran! Confuse them. They can't follow everyone!" recommended another.
"Khamenei says will review [election results] for 10 days when it took only 2 hours to 'count' votes the first time! It's a trap!" a third wrote bitterly.
"To Iranians: Take out your SIM card from your cell phones to avoid detection," advised another.
Obama to Iranian Youth: 'The World is Watching'
U.S. President Barack Obama commented following his meeting with Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi on Monday, "I am deeply troubled by the violence that I've been seeing on television. I think that the democratic process – free speech, the ability of people to peacefully dissent – all those are universal values and need to be respected."
Obama pointed out that the Iranian government said it would investigate the alleged irregularities that had taken place during elections, and noted that the U.S. had not had observers there.
"Butt what I can say is that there appears to be a sense on the part of people who were so hopeful and so engaged and so committed to democracy who now feel betrayed," he said. "And I think it's important that, moving forward, whatever investigations take place are done in a way that is not resulting in bloodshed and is not resulting in people being stifled in expressing their views."
He added that the U.S. would continue to pursue a "tough, direct dialogue" with Iran on the issue of its nuclear development activities, but said he felt it would be wrong to be silent about the current situation.
"What I would say to those people who put so much hope and energy and optimism into the political process, I would say to them that the world is watching and inspired by their participation, regardless of what the ultimate outcome of the election was. And they should know that the world is watching."