did you translate this? I went to the link and it is in farsi.
I’ve seen these today, very interesting
A few grains of salt...
According to some folks on this forum, this woman hates the United States more than she dislikes the Mullahs.
God bless them. Stories have filtered out for years about how people there endure, but don’t like rule by the mullahs. This is a brave thing to do against a regime like that.
And a small thought. Troops might not be there because they might not be trusted to aim at their own, filling the streets. Troops can be funny that way.
Prayers are for this woman and others like her as they fight for their right to have free elections.
Youth Iranian dissident, Amir Fakhravar, formerly jailed protestor in Iran. Says protests are about freedom, are against the supreme leader (they have no particular love for Mousavi).
And, basically, that Obama is a disgrace:
I saw this today. It’s very moving. I’m not going to take it with a grain of salt. I’m praying for the Iranians.
Just think, they are willing to be gunned down because their votes did not count and here in the USA, an organization like ACORN is “needed” to register people who are too darned apathetic to be qualified to vote anyway.
Take a molotov cocktail and toss it at a mullah. Throw some metal into a powerplant and short it out, and if you think that you may die tomorrow, then kill those who would kill you TONIGHT.
Save the poetry for after the fight instead of in place of it.
I pray God bless and protect that woman.
I’m very disappointed that the American People do or have done very little to help Iranian People, only talk a lot. Although, same can be said about many expat Iranians.
I think you mentioned “Bravo Sierra” in another threat on FR. Bulls*** indeed about some of that article.
Naturally, we hope for the best, never mind sanctions.