Well, the main thing is that they haven't given up. But I think it was a mistake to concentrate on the violence to prisoners as the big fact that the election was a fraud has faded into the background. Like Zimbabwe and Sicily, Iran is ruled by violent criminals. It is very hard for civilians to dislodge such types.And as for his readings from "Mein Kampf", they are simply sickening. Too obscene to be funny, even.
Dear Don Cox, I think they tried to deviate the election's dispute to their constant policy of "enemies" having roles in every thing after the election. Even in Neda's case they claimed that was the British scenario trying to make the regime look violent. But, one thing that makes me hopeful is that Iranian people are not going to forget what they've been witnessing for the past 3 months. In my wildest dream I never imagined some day would come that people despite all the dangers still chant the things that have been taboos for 30 years. I feel strongly things are not going to stay the same and I don't know what kind of change would be the result either.
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