|fermun - 2009-06-17 |
I believe I have seen 4 different angles of this event now. I am amazed at how pervasive media is and how quickly it is online.
|stage - 2009-06-17 |
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-06-17 |
|socialist_hentai - 2009-06-17 |
I'm just an or-di-na-ry guy... Burning down the house.
|Witty_Pop_Culture_Reference - 2009-06-17 |
Things like this remind me why I cannot respect the conservative/right-leaning demographic in society. I can deal with stupidity, but I can't withhold my contempt for cowardice and hypocrisy. In their minds, every teabagger sees themselves as equally, if not moreso, heroic than these kids. And just last week they were still hoping for the chance to drop bombs on the 'ragheads'.
|FABIO - 2009-06-17 |
PARTY # THE FIRE
FUCK THIS BASIJ
|Aoi - 2009-06-17 |
The one thing that the thugs that came to power via the revolution in the 70s fear more than anything else in the world, include America's military or Israel's nukes, is the youth of their own country carrying out a revolution of their own.
I have no pithy commentary beyond this to offer.
|godot - 2009-06-17 |
Unfortunately, its just an outpost, not THE Basij HQ.
|fatatty - 2009-06-17 |
I hope once America starts seeing these images they might think twice about how much they want to bomb these people.
Well I think everyone agrees with McCain that the regime is evil. However the country as a whole is not. This is of course always the case with repressive leaders that many people seem to forget.
And there are better ways to change regimes than the glass parking lot method. Apparently letting the people get fed up might be enough in Iran's case. Though, had Israel or the US bombed them they might not have been so willing to turn on Ahmadinejad.
|Triggerbaby - 2009-06-17 |
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