Tuesday, 23 June 2009


Ten people dead in skirmishes protesting the allegedly crooked outcome of the Iranian election. Amnesty reports the flow of information from Tehran is seemingly being choked, from texts to the web, a shutdown is beginning. The people want the election annulled, the Ayatollah won’t permit it. The Revolutionary Guards are cracking down on the people’s right to peaceful protest and assembly. It’s a scary time for Iran and the world’s eyes have to be firmly on the country in the immediate aftermath. It will take one minute to fire off this email to the Embassy and remind them, one person at a time, that the world is watching. It’s the right to demonstrate that helps move the world forward.

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