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very large demonstrations 100,000+ persons protesting the

by Ziks511 / June 15, 2009 3:55 PM PDT

elections which appear were stolen. It was a huge realatively poorly infrastructures country with compromised communicatons, and yet final results were announced in 3 hours which were just the opposite of pre polling expectations after Obama's speech.

One protester killed, many arrested or simply beaten.

Should the Ayatollah's who really control the country begining wit Ahatollah Kahmenit may be influenced by protests in the streets. it is hoped that they are as itelligent as many of them appear to be.


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The government is now agreeing...
by Josh K / June 15, 2009 11:11 PM PDT

....to recounts in certain sections of the country, but Moussavi wants a complete do-over of the election. This isn't over yet.

I guess the upside is that it's a lot harder to steal an election in that part of the world than it used to be.

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I believe the election was stolen.
by James Denison / June 16, 2009 8:27 AM PDT

Announcements of former president as winner before polls closed, before votes counted. The powers realized they'd got clobbered early on and went immediately to the Big Lie before it had a chance to spread. The people however KNOW who would be the winner in their area, and all those areas are combining now to try and overthrow this current govt. I believe it will happen. Remember, it happened before.

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The Daily Show....
by Josh K / June 17, 2009 12:33 AM PDT
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