Although opposition protesters had a low turnout at the anniversary rally, threats to the regime are far from over
guardian / Meir Javedanfar
16-Feb-2010 (7 comments)

The numbers of opposition supporters at yesterday's rally in Iran were not as high as expected. In fact, those who were on the side of the government seemed to have greatly outnumbered those who were against.

However this does not mean that the campaign of opposition is over. Far from it. Although many Iranian government supporters and the media proclaimed yesterday as a success, in fact, the opposite is true. Yesterday showed how desperate and concerned the hardliners in Tehran have become about the supporters of the green movement.

An obvious sign of their concern was the extensive preparations to ensure that the opposition was unable to organize rallies.

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vildemose

Excellent COP jan: This

by vildemose on

Excellent COP jan: This military whatever is not even Iranian...Is he??


vildemose

Watch this video to the

by vildemose on

Watch this video to the end. See how the savage Special Units, totally remote from any humanity beat up a young protester.

 People are resigned to watch in horror until a few courageous women go to the help of the young man.

Not that it makes any difference to these monsters. One of them fully geared in protective clothing and helmet and with a long truncheon does not even spare an old man. Utterly sickening bullies. When you see a regime supporter or a regime apologist, remember these images.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUjgm8ThLcQ&feature=player_embedded

 

http://azarmehr.blogspot.com/


Veiled Prophet of Khorasan

IranMilitaryForum

by Veiled Prophet of Khorasan on

 

We are not like the IRR or MKO. We are honest and do not rewrite the news. We don't need propaganda because truth is with us. We all know the turnout was low and we know the reason why. I will grant that some people were overly optimistic. But we are not going to be running away from reality.

So what is your point? The reasons have been explained over and over.  If you still don't see the reasons I am not going to repeat it for the 101 time. You are welcome to interpret the 22 of Bahman any way you wish!

Regarding the people I agree with COP. I am glad people did not go get themselves killed. They are too valuable and I want them all alive when IRR is gone.

VPK


Proud_To_Be_Anonymous

Thank you C. O. P.

by Proud_To_Be_Anonymous on

for responding to that militarygooz so brilliantly. 


Cost-of-Progress

Ostaad...I mean military forum whatever

by Cost-of-Progress on

Intimidation and outright preemptive measures taken by your trurbaned masters must have worked, unarmed civilans vs a bunch of paid thugs armed to the teeth..Just imagine the embrassment had they taken it on the chin like they did in Ashura. Why..oh why were there not many more demonstators so your thugs could beat or shoot them? The actually did the right thing..... - but "nashashidee shab derazeh".

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Finally

by IranMilitaryForum.net on

The numbers of opposition supporters at yesterday's rally in Iran were
not as high as expected. In fact, those who were on the side of the
government seemed to have greatly outnumbered those who were against.

Finally some opposition supporters are admitting  the low turnout of opposition on Bahman 22.

Hope those delusional individuals who keep denying the reality take note!


Darius Kadivar

Watch Meir Javedanfar Response to Flynt Leverette (France24 Eng)

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Watch 2nd Part Here (Where Flynt Leverette joins the debate)

A debate with Mark Owen and guests:
  Ramin PARHAM, Iranian intellectual and co-author of “L’Histoire secrete de la Révolution Iranienne” Raymond TANTER, Founder of Iran Policy Committee Meir JAVEDANFAR, Analyst at Meepas (via satellite from London) Borzou DARAGAHI, Los Angeles Times Middle East correspondent (by phone from Beirut)