I FULLY realize that many innocent young male and female heroes of Iran have already given up their lives for freedom. Scores more have also been subjected to rape, sodomy, torture and incarceration which sometimes is as bad or worse than death. Their names will be recorded and cherished in the annals of history; no doubt.
But these protests, demonstrations etc are not large enough yet to seriously impact the Muslim/Arab invaders of our country in the 21st century.
The size of these protests need to quadrupole in order to start causing impact and pain to the regime. Years ago the "bazaris" had a lot of power; everyone said if the bazaris closed down or they did this or that the whole economy would collapse. It is not so any more. People say that most bazari's 8 is in gero of their 9. The regime did that to them so they would lose their power and grip over the economy.
Nevertheless, a LOT more people inside and outside of Iran need to participate and not spectate in these protests. Obviously I am no more than a keyboard cowboy in the whole scheme of things but if I was in Iran and part of the movement, I would vie for taking several hundred akhoonds and basijs and pasdars hostage. Every time the regime would take protesters I would take hostages.
Outside Iran, people like me and you who are reading this MUST continue with protests relentlessly. We have to make life VERY hard on elements of IRI outside Iran. Employees of IRI (consulate and embassy workers, the delegation to the U.N.), people who openly support IRI and make their living through the regime. Protests in front of the U.N. should continue until the U.N. takes a serious stance. Also, protests in front of embassies and consulate of countries such as Russia and China who embolden this regime by their support.
Another words, lets take the Xanax away and give some steroids to this revolution.
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