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Photos: Iran security kill anti-government protestors (graphic)

 
dman
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Photos: Iran security kill anti-government protestors (graphic)
Not good, not good at all. Let's hope this never happens in the states.

Tehran, Iran, Jun. 15 – Up to a million people took part in anti-government rallies in Tehran and other major cities on Monday, protesting the re-appointment of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad following a presidential election contest which they believe was rigged.

Venting their anger at the clerical establishment, many young protestors in Tehran chanted “death to the dictator” and some held up banners calling for ‘democracy’. Iran does not allow UN-supervised elections.

The following are some photos of those shot or beaten by state security forces during the rally in Tehran where at least one person was killed. The opposition group People’s Mujahedin says that at least 10 people have been killed by security forces in Iran since the election which it denounced as a “sham”.

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Damn. They got worked.
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Not good, not good at all. Let's hope this never happens in the states.
 Quoting: dman 696179




It's most likely only happening in Iran due to CIA-paid assets.

Simple fact is, there are only a few countries in the world that aren't controlled by the central bankers. These nations have been labeled as "enemies" -- with Iran and Venezuala are at the top of the list.

Iran also has the distinction of committing the unpardonable sin of opening their own [internet based] oil borse and accepting currencies other than the dollar. Curiously, Iran's undersea internet cables were cut soon after their oil borse opened. Yet another act of U.S. state-sponsored terror.





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