Skip to comments.New FB Group: Americans in support of the Iranian people fighting for Liberty
Posted on 06/19/2009 7:44:34 PM PDT by Jeff Head
I started a new group on Facebook in support of Iranian liberty.
The corrupt, totalitarian, Islamic terroristic regime in Tehran is ripe for a fall by the people of Iran who are seeking liberty.
If the US government in general, and specifically the Executive Branch of government under the President will not take a direct and principled stand, then we the people should support the Iranian people seeking liberty and make our voices heard...clearly and loudly.
This group is dedicated to amassing the voices of millions of Americans in support of the Iranian people, who, bolstered by the measure of liberty that the people of the nations on either side of them (Iraq and Afghanistan) have attained (thanks to the policies of George Bush), are now inspired to seek for themselves.
God bless them in that effort, and God bless all who will stand and openly, forthrightly support them in that effort in any way we can, materially, morally, politcally, through prayer, through protest and action of our own.
There is a unique opportunity in history occurring in those lands. Iraq and Afghanistan, for the 1st time in their modern history, have free governments and peoples, despite the best efforts of terrorists, tyrants, ideologues, and nay-sayers. God grant that despite those same opponents and inaction by some in our own lands, that liberty might take root and spread in that part of the globe.
Thank you, added to my facebook.
You can bet Bibi and the Israelis are supporting their movement, and with more than just words I will wager.
The movement, and if it turns into it, the revolution, in Iran is a punctuation mark on the policies of freedom of President George W. Bush in the Mid East. Obama knows this and is therefore reluctant and slow to recognize and support it. It would repudiate (as it darn well should) his policies of appeasement and disengagement.
But the people of Iran see and hear of the freedom that their neighbors in Iraq and Afghanistan are experiencing...and they all know who made that possible.
You are very welcome. See my post number 6, and feel free to post on the wall and the discussion board there.
This is some crazy mentality to find on FR
Thanks for the ping.
Thanks for the ping!
You are welcome. See my post number 6.
Good on 'em, though like with the start of the war in Iraq, the liberal congressional voters did so because they fear the people who are in abject support of Iranian liberty.
Now the President needs to get off his duff and do likewise. See my post number 6. The vote in support of Iranian liberty is in reality a vote punctuating the policies and efforts of President George W. Bush, and the libs need to be reminded of it again, and again.
You are very welcome AG...and thank you for your psots on this thread. As we used to say...BTTT!
This BBC site has a lot of good info.,particularly good is the Who's Who tab. In addition to the usual suspects, there are names and faces that have been popping up in Iran since 1979.
I hate to admit it but most of my info has come from Twitter and the BBC during this last week.
I will get up on your FB site in a couple of minutes. T/Y for your efforts.
Thanks for the heads up. I’ve also added it to my FB. :~)
See my post number six here.
Just joined and shared on my facebook page!
Thank you, and God bless you for standing with these brave souls as they spit in the eye of the most tyranical of oppressors. May God lend His Arm and support to their fight for their liberty, the unalienable right that He has granted them.
See my post number six here.
Also, SEE THIS.
To the Aerospace Ping List:
If you have Facebook account, please become a member of the this group Americans supporting Iranian liberty & those fighting for it.
If you have a Twitter account, set your time zone to GMT +3:30 (Tehran time) and your location to Tehran. This will make it more difficult for the police in Iran to track down dissidents who are using Twitter to get messages out to the rest of the world.
On twitter, Fatemiyeh Hospital Tehran: 30-40 dead as of 11pm; 200 injured. Police taking names of incoming injured.
More: From multiple sources on twitter, the Basij (Mullah Militia) are firing on and killing Iranians today. They are at the hospitals to take names of and cutody of injured protestors.
The following are embassies that are accepting Iranian injured so they do not have togo to state hospital (another down side of sicialist health care)
Australian Embassy : No. 13, 23rd Street, Khalid Islambuli Ave Telephone+98 21 8872 4456
Belgian Embassy No.3,Babak Alley, Shabdiz St.,Shahid Fayyaz Bakhsh Ave.
British Embassy 198, Ferdowsi Avenue Tehran 11316-91144
Dutch Embassy Onbol Street #7, Farmanieh
Embassy of Finland -No. 2, Haddadian St., Mirzapour St. (former Soheil St.), Dr. Shariati Ave. Tehran 19336 (Eastern entrance / Consular and visa customers)
Embassy of Finland (Alternate) Elahiyeh, Agha Bozorgi St Shirin Alley no.4 P.O.Box 19395-1733 (98-21) 22 20 70 90; 22 23 09 79
Finnish Embassy Corner Of Nilou St, Below Vanak Sq, Vali-e Asr Ave
German Embassy: Avenue Ferdowsi 320-324 -
Irish Embassy North Kamranieh Avenue Bonbast Nahid Street, No. 8 19369 - (98 21)-22 80 38 35
Italian Embassy accepting injured at 81, Neauphle Le Chateau Ave.
Norway: No. 201 Dr. Lavasani St. (Ex. Farmanieh St.) Corner of Sonbol St. Tehran, Iran (0098 21) 22 29 13 33
Portugese Embassy No.30, Nezami St., Abbas Pour St., Valy-e-Asr
Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Tehran No 30, Narenjestan 8th Alley Pasdaran Avenue
Swiss Embassy Elahieh Ave. Sharifimanesh Yasaman Street No. 2 P.O. Box 19395-4683 19649 Tehran 98 (0)21 22 00 83 33
Young Woman shot to death in Terhran today, 6/20/2009
Crowd Hunting Basij, Man shot. Today 6/20/2009
Protests and violence are spreading in Tehran and to other major cities like in Tabriz, Mashad, Isfahan, Ahwaz, Nevab, and Azadi..
You can follow me on twitter if you want...Jeff_Head
WILCO. Apparently tanks in Azid square now...and large protest planned to go to City Center tonight. If it is Iranian Revolutionary Guard (likely) it will get very bad. They need the regular Army to intercede here on the side of the people.
Just joined. Thank-you.
Fill it tips on Guerrilla Warfare. Arson sabotage and the like. They need all the tips they can get since we have a Coward in the White House.
Hey I signed up yesterday for Jeff on facebook..
A beautiful article on Neda.
“This is some crazy mentality to find on FR”
Yeah, it is a topsy turvy world we are living in. I actually muttered “I wish Hillary had one” a few times and then almost bit my tongue till it almost bled.
Hillary had WON, not one. Sheesh. Long day.
Hillary might have one, hope I will never know
Re. your: “Fill it tips on Guerrilla Warfare.”...
If that guy who probably had the election stolen from him (I wonder if ACORN has an office in Tehran?) was a true LEADER, he would be doing a lot more than just waving to his supporters and speaking noble platitudes.
He would be setting up and delegating specific objectives to select groups, organizing the resistance, establishing a command structure and logistics base, and working with sympathetic members of the military or black market arms dealers to get at least some basic small arms and ammo to people who know how to use them.
If the tanks are coming, they had better get ahold of at least some RPGs and waste no time about it.
He would be working with men with military experience to develop tactics and contingency plans; how to care for the wounded without having them exposed to capture (or worse), procure supplies, feed and house people (if they go home after the demonstrations the Mullah’s thugs may follow them and they might not be there in the Morning), arrange transportation and communications systems etc.. Is anyone doing that?
Successful revolutions usually happen when people who know what they are doing instigate them... like Che Guevera for instance. Is this Rastenjani (or whatever his name is) a LEADER, or simply another Politician?
The fate of his Nation may well depend on that distinction.
If this effort remains as a mob action, it - as well as many of it’s participants - are doomed.
I just joined and invited friends.
Thanks. God bless. My motto now is, to the Iranian people, “American’s don’t need Obama to sepak for us, we are free and speak for ourselves!”
Have joined your group.
You can follow me on twitter if you want...http://www.twitter.com/Jeff_Head
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