Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Tracking the protests in Iran


This guide breaks down the best new media sources for real-time information, photos, and videos of the Iran situation, as well as ways to organize and share it with others.


  1. Question, just how much of this stuff is/was provocted by CIA activity, by Bu$hco and now by the Obamanator?

    Jest curious...

  2. Hmm, maybe more than we think dad.

    According to therearenonunglasses there was a similar situation in Egypt.

    The Chicago Sun-Times reported, 28 November 2005:


    Egypt, the world’s most populous Arab country, is suddenly roiling with a wide-open, combative election that seems certain to end with the country’s main Islamic group, the banned Muslim Brotherhood, as a big winner.

    The country’s rulers, longtime American allies, are starting to show signs of panic: Police have barred voters from polls and thugs have attacked Brotherhood supporters in recent days in an apparent effort to blunt the group’s growing momentum.