The unfolding situation in Iran demonstrates a primary historical fact — when confronted with potent opposition government will invariably resort to murder, as the video here reveals.
On Saturday, the Iranian Basiji, a paramilitary group of street thugs connected to the Revolutionary Guards, murdered a young woman named Neda (the word translates as “voice” in Farsi). Neda (which is probably not the woman’s real name) has become a symbol for the opposition in Iran.
Regardless of the fact the opposition in Iran is largely a “color revolution” manifestation of the CIA and globalist “democracy” NGOs, the murder of Neda serves as a warning — government, no matter the stripe, will kill the opposition if and when it becomes a serious threat.
Please note: the video here is very graphic and difficult to watch.
This article was posted: Monday, June 22, 2009 at 10:25 am