From the Hopenchangen people at Harry’s PC Place:
“This is what they do in public, just imagine what they do behind the prisons”
A girl is walking away and a riot guard stops her, she is all alone against the big metal gate, defenseless and not bothering anyone, but an anti-riot guard decides to lash her across the sheens a couple of times with his truncheon. But there is worse to come, another girl is pulled over and this time she is smacked in the face with the truncheon, she is knocked out and when a young man comes to her aid, he too is pulled away and kneed in the face before more women come to their rescue. Also notice the security agent with the camera who is filming the protesters. This is what they do in public, just imagine what they do behind the prisons.
How long can this regime hang on to power?
Not all were willing to oblige, however. “Brave Iranians ruin hate-U.S. fest,” by Amir Taheri in theÂ New York Post, November 5 (thanks to JW):
Yesterday marked the 30th anniversary of the capture by Khomeinist “students” of the US Embassy in Tehran, triggering the 444-day hostage crisis. More>>
But hey, if it didn’t work the first hundred times, there’s always hope for the 101st.
- Iran Arming Foreign Proxies for War: Iranian Arms Shipment Seized En Route to Islamic Terrorists Hezb’Allah
- Day 135 Iran Revolution: Violent Protests Against Dictators in Iran on Anniversary of US Hostage Crisis UPDATE: protestors had a direct message for America’s president too: “You’re Either With Us or With Them”