How the world can help now

How the world can help now
by Majid

Things are changing every day.  From a simple protest to massive demonstrations, our hamvatans are demanding changes.  The world is watching and supporting and cheering them on.  Our brave sons and daughters are on the verge of changing their destiny.

How can the world help now?  Well, there are three directions this revolution can go now.
1. Remain passive in front of the IRI thugs, be beaten and get shot.

2. A violent armed protest where more of our loved ones are going to die, killed by the murderous cowards. OR...

3. Through continued peaceful efforts.  Obviously we want a peaceful end.  So I’ve been thinking.  How can we beat them at their own game?  How can we turn their weapons back on them?  Any 15 year old knows how to hack into a computer system!  Set them to work.  Hack into the government computers!  Turn the tables back on the internet blocking!  Block their propaganda machines!  Disrupt their communication alley and at the same time get the real/useful information out.

They can’t block themselves out.  Let’s get the upper hand at their own game.


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stop your lies !!

by machkover (not verified) on

why are you telling these silly lies .? who do you think will believe you ??!!.maybe some stupid americans who do not even know where iran is on the world map.!!! only the basij forces are fair enough to eliminate those protestors in the streets .but it is the government wisdom that prvents them up to now to do so !! there are no iranians from remote iranian cities as there no libanese from hizbollah to inimidate the rioters. ithink that this affaire will end by forgiving those arrested because at the end the majority of them are sincere children of the great Iran.But some ,in fact, deserve death penaltybecause they aren't standing for the wellbeing of Iran !!


are you still going to defend Hizballah in Lebanon?

by lp= (not verified) on

UPDATE: Robert says the man is paid 2m rial per day, which would be about £1220 for ten days of work. A hefty fee, even by UK standards. A reader writes: "You can imagine what that kind of money means to a villager from Khorasan".

The Guardian's Robert Tait sends this synopsis:

The man, who has come from a small town in the eastern province of Khorasan and has never been in Tehran before, says he is being paid 2m rial (£122) to assault protestors with a heavy wooden stave. He says the money is the main incentive as it will enable him to get married and may even enable him to afford more than one wife. Leadership of the volunteers has been provided by a man known only as "Hajji", who has instructed his men to "beat the counter-revolutionaries so hard that they won't be able to stand up". The volunteers, most of them from far-flung provinces such as Khuzestan, Arak and Mazandaran, are being kept in hostel accommodation, reportedly in east Tehran. Other volunteers, he says, have been brought from Lebanon, where the Iranian regime has strong allies in the Hezbollah movement. They are said to be more highly-paid than their Iranian counterparts and are put up in hotels. The last piece of information seems to confirm the suspicion of many Iranians that foreign security personnel are being used to suppress the demonstrators. For all his talk of the legal process, this interview provides a key insight into where Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, believes the true source of his legitimacy rests.