Archive for the ‘Ahmadinejad’ Category
A list of Khamenei/Ahmadinejad Leaders is emerging and quickly being spread on Twitter by Iranian activists eager for justice. that list is below.
Afshin Kamel, Haj Ali Rezaei, Ali Afsari, Majid Afshardi Amir Ghorbani, Amir Maghouli, Amir Hossein Arich, Mehdi Amiri, Hossein Yabgar, Ilias Dizji, Ebrahim Mahmoodi, Mehdi Ebrahimi, Fereidoon Taghizadeh, Mahmoud Fatehi
An article in the guardian is quoted as saying: “I have been given the responsibility of telling the world what is happening in Iran. The office of Mir Hossein Mousavi, who the Iranian people truly want as their leader, has asked me to do so. They have asked me to tell how Mousavi’s headquarters was wrecked by plainclothes police officers. To tell how the commanders of the revolutionary guard ordered him to stay silent. To urge people to take to the streets because Mousavi could not do so directly.”
The link to that article is below:
Previously, he was revolutionary, because everyone inside the system was a revolutionary. But now he’s a reformer. Now he knows Gandhi – before he knew only Che Guevara. If we gain power through aggression we would have to keep it through aggression. That is why we’re having a green revolution, defined by peace and democracy.”
Trust in Islamic Republic
Foreign media Smear Campaign
Good and bad of Presidential Candidate Debates
Vote Rigging Non-Existant
Ahmadinejad finally broke his silence and the contents of what he said was reported by CNN:
“Iranian who leaked election results may have been assassinated”, or so the article below and many other sources claim:
Sources from Iranian hospitals have reported that on Thursday 18 June 2009 there there was an upswing of admissions due to attacks from the Basij. The Basij are reportedly one of a few groups remaining that are loyal to the Iranian government.
There were renewed reports on Thursday that Ahmadinejad may have already left the country. Where he would have gone no one is sure, but it is a well known fact that countries such as Venezuela, China, and Russia supported the Iranian election results.