Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Today part 1 of 2! The hope and Brutal Reality of Iran Part 1. Wishful thinking!

The Basij, the Young women, the Geeks the Mullah's are shaping the new face of Iran! Iran will never be the same!

For the last two days I have been working on a story for this morning about the Basij and the rapidly changing Dynamics on what is some kind of a Revolution happening in Iraq. I just heard something that has to start this off. I am listening to CNN and I just saw a video of a very provocatively dressed woman in High heels and a tight slit on the side dress walking down a street in Tehran. A man driving by rolled down his window and said Lady has the Revolution already begun?

What is happening in Iran is the first Revolution in the world not coming from leaders but happening from the ground up. Many young Iranian's are computer Geeks. It is they that are hacking into Government computers. Iran's Ayatollah's are clueless. They are accusing CNN of teaching students how to do it. I would laugh if I didn't know Iran was using this false information to blame everyone else for what they themselves have created. CNN does not have a clue how to do that but anyway.

Since the Revolution in 1979 the regime has been effective at controlling the people. This whole just developing rebellion has caught them off guard. They are losing control! It is happening from the bottom up and at the same time from within. The Ayatollah's just do not get it. They did this! They are reaping what they sowed! After the 1979 Revolution they were right to encourage education. They also encouraged procreation.

They never utilized the educated youth many of them women all looking for work, equality, and a sense of being. They are now seeing the fruit of their labor. The well educated youth long sick of being totally controlled by this supposed Religious theocracy were pushed over the edge by the stolen election to keep the hierarchies agenda going. They started rebelling and have taken control of the situation from the bottom up. from the bottom up.

Women are on the front lines and the geeks are getting the truth out to the world through the Governments attempts to shut down all electronic communications. Senior clerics and ex Presidents, very high public figures, ex Revolutionaries not softies, are now questioning the so called Supreme leader and joining the opposition. They have realized they can not work with this all controlling hard line Fascist system.

Musavi is one of the 1979 Revolutionaries and an insider. He did not plan this and had no idea this was going to happen. I believe he has become the accidental leader of this movement. He has been thrust to the forefront of what is called " the lipstick" Rebellion because of the many young women taking an active front line role in this. They look at Musavi as their Savior! The women are looking for equality and they and the brainiacs are looking for work. They are all looking to get out from underneath the stifling suppression.

They have gotten behind Musavi and Rafsanjani! I now understand Ahmadinejad is going to be sworn in some time between July and August 19. This most definitely will set much protesting and resulting violence in motion. It remains to be seen how this is going to turn out. Iranian ruling elite is already calling for investigation into the killing of protesters and I am afraid there will be more.

The Ayatollah's brutal oppressive all controlling regime has in the past closed down this wonderful society. Now the people have had enough and they are demanding it be opened back up. They want Iran back! If this has a chance to succeed and it does it will come from the ground up and it is. They also need establishment figures as leaders and they have them in Musavi and Rafsanjani at the least. They also need clerical leaders and they have them too. I was very pleased to see a video of some of them marching with the protesters to protect them from the IRG and the Basij.
The Guardian council has admitted that there was inequities in the vote said it does not matter. They said this is over and refused to nullify the vote. They are wrong this is not over it is just starting. Iran will never be the same! Iran's youth born of the 1979 Revolution will succeed in forming an Iran that has a place for them when all is said and done. They will have a place and not as the downtrodden beat up cog.

* In closing, The Basij are killing people and I understand citizens are starting to turn the tables on them. They know where they live and have started to act against them. They know where they live and for now are setting traps for them and marking their houses. I heard some students took pictures and I saw them on CNN of Basiji jumping on cars and smashing windows. The Government has been televising that it is the protesters causing all the damage. The students, the Geeks, the women shaped by the Basij are showing the world defiance and Iran's Government feasting on itself! Iran will never be the same!

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma


Weaseldog said...

Don't forget that the candidates are hand picked by the clergy.

So rigged election or not, all of the candidates will serve the same interests. It's exactly like our system where corporate clones are presented for us to vote on, and we pick the one we think is prettiest.

Over on the Dark Wraith forums, the consensus is that the US spooks organized the protests, hoping for it to lead to events that would give Obama an excuse to bomb the crap out of Tehran.

I tend to agree with that view.

I believe that Obama wants to expand the wars in order to take heat off the economy, and spur more spending for the military industrial complex.

Demeur said...

I don't believe that Weaseldog. Obama's intent was to ratchet down Iraq and try and finish Afghanistan. He just said the other day that there may have to be a second round of stimilus spending.

As for the Guardian council I'm hearing report that they are split on the issue. There's a very good analysis from an Iranian expert from an msnbc article. I'll post a link a bit later here.

Weaseldog said...

That's cool Demeur.

When I Obama was Senator, I learned that his words and intent rarely went together.

He shouted that he'd filibuster the Telecom Immunity Bill.

Then he went around and worked to build support for it, then he voted for it.

Obama hasn't ratcheted down Iraq and he's escalating Afghanistan.

His hands and body don't follow his intent.

The Stimulus spending is just part of the con. He can't keep printing and giving away money to banksters, without throwing a pittance our way. He knows he needs to buy us off.

Besides the current stimulus plan hasn't run it's course. Will this new one be concurrent or follow the end of the current plan?

The economy is about to take another round of dumps. The actions he is taking will make it worse.

There are too many mortgage resets in residential and business coming due. Unemployment will rise faster.

His plan to save mortgages has resulted in 51 signings so far. 50 of them are under investigation for fraud.

Things are going to get really bad over the next few years, I hope you are prepared.

Demeur said...

Going to get bad? Things already are bad. I think Obama is like the boy with his finger in the dike but he's running out of fingers.

Here's the link to that article, quit good I'd say:

Weaseldog said...

Should I have said, "Going to get a lot worse."?

Times don't seem real bad now. there have been periods of history in which folks would've have been jealous of how good we have it.

I believe that we will be looking back fondly on today, in the coming years.

Karen said...

"Obama hasn't ratcheted down Iraq and he's escalating Afghanistan."

He's not escalating Afghanistan. He's cleaning up Bush's mess! Afghanistan was 9/11, NOT IRAQ.

As far as Iran goes, it's a mess.

Our hands are not clean here. Kent State comes to mind. Another one of Nixon's failures.


Thank goodness President Obama is in charge now. I feel very safe.

an average patriot said...

I hate to say it but you could be right about Obama. Iran is definitely giving him the excuse and offers of help from the inside.
Did you see what happened today? As would be Protesters were approaching Parliament 500 Gov't thugs armed with axes, guns, and clubs attacked them.
Hacking them up shooting them clubbing them and throwing them off a foot bridge! Old men women whoever! I just saw a report on Iranian TV that the Gov't forces kept things peaceful. I refuse to believe the truth can not get to the rest of the people. This is sick!

an average patriot said...

Yes Wease "a lot worse would do it" Demeur is already feeling the pinch as you may be. Just take care everyone!

an average patriot said...

Hi Karen
I hate to say it, this is out country but our hands are not clean anywhere!

an average patriot said...

Here Karen
Everything you need to know about oil gas Russia, China, Iran, Afghanistan, and Obama

Weaseldog said...

Yes, we attacked Afghanistan after Saudis and Egyptians, funded by Saudi and Kuwaiti royalty carried out the 9/11 attacks.

We couldn't go after the Saudis for their involvement in 9/11, so we went for any easy target.

If a bully gets picked on by a bigger bully, he'll go find a smaller target to pass it down to. That's what the USA does.

Now the Taliban and Ken Lay couldn't come to an agreement on the pipeline through Afghanistan, so we had no choice but to bomb them. you have to kill people when that ask for too much money for rights to use their land. That's just business.

an average patriot said...

I hate it! We should have gone after Saudia Arabia instead after 9/11 we flew them out of here. I hate it!

Weaseldog said...

No way Bush was going after his Sugar Daddies.

It's a sick world we live in Jim.

an average patriot said...

I know man it sucks! I still refuse to believe the scum Bush was allowed to happen let alone the Saudi and Nazi connections!

an average patriot said...

I know Wease and it's getting sicker and sicker until...