Saturday, June 27, 2009

Iranian Revolution (Day Fifteen)

Update (6/28/2009):Berman Post: Iranian Revolution (Day Sixteen). End of Update:

Is the revolution losing steam ( and It is hard to keep up the intensity while unarmed and being massacred watching the rest of the free world act as curious bystanders instead not getting involved or offing support.

The fight spread as people in Sweden attacked the Iranian embassy ( The Iranian embassy in Switzerland was attacked as well (

Ahmadinejad attacks Obama again (,2933,529246,00.html).

The night raids continue (

Candle light vigil for the fallen in Tehran University (

Overall it seems to have been a relatively quite day. It is hard to tell if that means that the government crackdown is starting to have a real impact or if the information flow has been clapped. Either way, a few more days in a row like this is likely a bad sign.

Past related posts:
Berman Post: Iranian Election Viewed as Rigged
Berman Post: Iranian Election Fraud Protest (NYC)
Berman Post: Iranian Riots Continue
Berman Post: Iranian Election Fraud Riots (Day Three)
Berman Post: Iranian Election Fraud Riots (Day Four)
Berman Post: Iranian Election Fraud Protest at Union Square (NYC)
Berman Post: Iranian Election Fraud Riots (Day Five)
Berman Post: Iranian Election Fraud Riots (Day Six)
Berman Post: Prayer Vigil For The Fallen Iranian Protesters (NYC)
Berman Post: Iranian Election Fraud Riots (Day Seven)
Berman Post: Iranian Revolution (Day Eight)
Berman Post: Iranian Revolution (Day Nine)
Berman Post: Iranian Revolution (Day Ten)
Berman Post: Iranian Revolution (Day Eleven)
Berman Post: Iranian Revolution (Day Twelve)
Berman Post: Iranian Revolution (Day Thirteen)
Berman Post: Iranian Revolution (Day Fourteen)


  1. Forrest Covington6/28/2009 3:19 AM

    It makes no sense to just throw protesters into the guns. They are going to have to be creative. Besides, some other incident may occur any day now, that will cause another eruption. This is going to be a long and convoluted process, but In think it is going to have results. How? No one knows yet.

  2. I have been reading about the '79 revolution, and apparently, that was exactly their strategy, to through so many protesters into the guns until the army couldn't do it anymore. What finally broke the Shah, however, was the strikes that cut off the oil revenue so that there was no money to pay the army.

  3. When they start the general strikes, then there will be more action. They are following the 1979 rule book.

    The army and the revolutionary guards are already split. Something else will give. This is not over because the people have had enough.

    From what I read on another site (the Atlantic) some of the key people who had been getting out information like Persiankiwi have been arrested.


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