Skip to comments.Iranians Continue to Tweet Amid Internet Clampdown
Posted on 06/17/2009 12:28:15 PM PDT by SonOfDarkSkies
The Iranian government has made it increasingly difficult for citizens to use the Internet, but tweets and constant retweets about violence and protests can still be found.
The most closely watched Iranian accounts include persiankiwi, who is posting updates about the Sea of Green protest march (green is the color used by presidential candidate Mir Hossein Moussavi), and Change_for_Iran, who has tweeted information on the uprising among students.
Others, such as Raymond Jahan, who tweets under StopAhmadi, are posting photos of protests in Tehran. Another user, IranRiggedElect, posted links to an image of a resistance flyer and a YouTube video that shows one wounded person being carried away and another with an injured arm.
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Meanwhile, 0’s war against America goes on.
Completely unnoticed by a dumb downed world populace. They think he's the cat's ass up here. I swear my countrymen are blind and stupid.
They been hypnotized...according to the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons.
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