Massacre in Tehran today

Discussion in 'Iran' started by Unregistered, Jun 24, 2009.

  1. Cnn talking to a woman in Iran and twitter reporting a massacre at bahariton square in Tehran.
    around 500 police beating people to death, throwing people off the pedestrian bridge.
    carting the dead off in trucks.

    Many are dying the woman on CNN said it is a Massacre

    Please Pray for the people of Iran!
  2. Basiji have secured their spot in hell

    The world will only be a better place once BASIJI son's of whores are all dead and burning in hell
  3. Can you link us to the story?
  4. I've been watching this on CNN. Actually the first thing i did this morning was i turned on CNN and heard the woman, so scared and desperate and crying, talking about the massacre. I started crying. spread the world and details, if any are available. the world needs to know about the horrific violence.

    in good news though, cnn also talked about facebook's role in the situation, and showed mousavi's facebook and you could see the info about Neda's international day of mourning. hopefully this will create even more supporters.
  5. serj-IRAN Member

    Reply with 10x

    From what i see further on, the situation is escalating quickly. The millitia has already started to shoot people to death using firearms. Taking the fact that iran's borders are far from secure and the underground network is already present, i think it's just a matter of time before the oposition and its leaders (wealthy leaders) find the appropriate tactics to form some teams to deal with the faggot-trained police with 9 mm water pistols showing up on motorcycles with a few guns here and there.

    Let's hope someone wakes up and steps up to some serious counter-operations.

    God bless you.
  6. Fancy Member

    I had to leave and take a walk for what I saw made me cry. I wish I could fix it.

  7. ارتش

    به شما چه اتفاقی می افتد هنگامی که رژیم می افتد؟ ما عکس شما را. میبینیم ضرب و شتم و به شما تیراندازی غیر مسلح و دانشجویان ، زنان و مردان قدیمی. وضع کردن اسلحه خود را. آزادی را انتخاب کنید به جای قتل مردم خود.

    و حتی برخی از ژنرالها شما امتناع سفارشات. سوال من دوباره ، چه رخ می دهد تا زمانی که شما بیش از Rafsani طول می کشد؟ ما عکس شما را به شما خواهد شد و تقاضا برای قتل و ضرب و شتم مردم حساب شما. آزادی را انتخاب کنید.


    What happens to you when the regime falls? We have your photos. We see you shooting and beating unarmed students, women and old men. Lay down your arms. Choose freedom instead of murdering your own people.

    Even some of your Generals are refusing orders. I ask again, what happens to you when Rafsani takes over? We have your photos and will demand you account for killing and beating your people. CHOOSE FREEDOM.
  8. Barb, I know exactly what you are going through. I can't watch the videos any more. I can hardly stand to read about it. I have things I'm doing to help.........and always have an ear out for what else I can do.

    I'm hoping someone will enlist the French Foreign Legion or Merchant Marines to sneak in there and end this thing. The rich folks in Iran should do this to protect their country. They can make lots of $$$$$ on tourists once this is over because the world has fallen in love with their people.

    We have plenty of photos of Basji and Revolutionary Guard. It wouldn't be hard for snipers to find them. God bless the protesters.

  9. serj-IRAN Member

    You absolutely right mate. I tell you, the iran-iraq border is controlled by the U.S. and most deffinitely drones are already setting-up surveillance and reconnaissance missions over Iran. I bet you assasinations will start soon as they need some time to plan the incursions. And the fact that we don't know about them , it doesnt mean that they are not taking place. I am sure that already foreign fighters are operating in iran.

    Keep listening to the news, for any glimpse of future assasinations.
  10. terrible idea. Iranian government is now photoshopping the images of protesters' into Basiji/police equipment and posting them on the "hunt the Basiji down sites." So that supporters murder supporters.

    Bad idea.
  11. You are quite right. We won't be hearing about it until it's over. Here's a link that might interest you.........this website is about NATO needs a foreign legion so they can put a stop to stupid stuff like this:

    A U.N. Foreign Legion

    Sometimes you need someone bigger to stop a bully, ie: Kohmeini

    Oh, btw, do you call females mate where you're from?

  12. serj-IRAN Member

    Hi and sorry about the mistake but i wasnt aware of your gender, i apologize. Yes the F.L. is a future solution but you must think about he situation on the ground there. Just picture Iran's neighbours: Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, all 3 controlled by U.S. Forces. UAV's, hit squads, surveillance machinery, you name it, is operating AS WE SPEAK inside Iran. They keep it quiet and feed us the "blackout of info" because they might get acused of involvement in Iran's internal business. But rest ashore they are planning actions and executing them to a large extent. Just be patient, and you'll remember in a few days what i was speaking here.

    I'm from East Europe. Here, oppression is dealt with ruthlessness.

    In 1989, on Holy Christmas Day, we shot our dictator/president dead together with his wife and buried them in an unmarked grave while cameras filmed soldiers that pissed on their corpses. We hunted down their sons and relatives to the last one and emprisoned them. Most of them are dead already due to "imprisonment illnesses".

    This is how we do it here.

    No mercy, no fear.
  13. No problem about gender. I just thought I shouldn't let it go by w/o saying something. Yes, FL is a future solution but it takes something like this for everyone to do something about it.

    For Iran, I think you might be right....snipers are probably in place and just waiting for their chance. I guess they could be trying to coordinate it so all of them get it at once. That way, no one is left to take anyone's place in the old regime.

  14. I've been on Google trying to find the events in 1989 you refer to but I'm not finding it. Can you give me a little more information. TY.

  15. serj-IRAN Member

  16. serj-IRAN Member

    At us, 6 days, over 1,000 dead and an executed dictator.

    Let's hope the iranian people wont have to pay the same price as we did back then to get the job done.
  17. Make T shirts with pictures of the massacre. Make sure there is lots of blood and dying pictures. The world needs to see this.
  18. lol Yes, lets get the U.S. in there asap so they can murder all the protester instead! lol just look at Iraq over a million dead, and I doubt the majority of them are terrorists.

    "Less than 1,000 protesters turned out at Tehrans central Haft-e Tir Square and were quickly dispersed by riot police using tear gas and truncheons. There were signs that the protesters enthusiasm was tapering off, the Los Angeles Times reported from Tehran."
    -Global Research

    A lot of med contradiction going on... look fishy! especially when CNN is the only one broadcasting this "massacre"...
  19. Along with Fox. Shepherd Smith is doing fine. And, how dare you insult the US Armed Forces. I have thousands of ways to prove you wrong. Liar.

    Don't you dare make this political just because CNN is a leftist organization that wouldn't tell the truth about the war.

    Right from some of the soldiers own mouths.
  21. LOL so your saying U.S. hasn't killed 100000s of civilians? And How dare you call me a Liar, Canadians want Bush banned from Canada and trialed for his war crimes...

    fact: US/NATO bombs kill about ten times more Afghan civilians with a ton of precision bombs than killed Serbs in 1999. More than 80% of Afghan civilian deaths today caused by the US/NATO are due to close air support attacks.

    "At a conservative estimate, Iraqis form 1 million statistics as the result of the most recent U.S. war of aggression, begun in March 2003. This number excludes the 500,000 children buried because of American restrictions on Iraqi imports of medicine and food between 1991 and 2003, a number former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright deemed "worth it". It also excludes the nearly 2 million adults who also did not survive those draconian "sanctions" during that same period."

    Prove me wrong
  22. That's because the cowards who are targeted hide among civilian pop. You know this.

    Early in this thread a poster or two spoke of the FL and snipers. An all out assault will simply be answered by spreading the conflict to other areas including but not limited to, Israel, Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan, etc. Could the dictators in Iran be ousted by force? Sure. But at what political and civilian cost?
    Snipers on the other hand are trained for this very thing. The whole point of a sniper is to instill fear and hesitancy as well as target individuals. If Monday night, 4 Basij fall over, then 6 on Tuesday, then 11 on eager would you be to peek out the window Thursday night? Might you start to feel a little of the fear you're trying to instill in the protesters?
    Of course these incidents probably wouldn't be recorded or reported.
    I'd be shocked if elements weren't already inside Iran. Remember, Black water has "associates" from all over the world. If caught, it would be difficult to convince the world that these renegade shooters were based in America's East coast.
  23. Yea I do know that and so do the commanders and generals, but obviously they don't care. You can't justify killing 100 civilians saying one of them is terrorist.. all they need is a change in strategy like not dropping bombs that all these civilians are being killed by and sending in troops with "intelligence", so they know who to target... But nope its too dangerous for the real cowards, who would rather just drop a bomb...
  24. I hope the Iranians don't either. The news today is grim.

    So were you there when it happened?

  25. War is hell and we are all criminals

  26. Hey various assholes who keep dragging the United States into this,

    Cut it out, this conflict has nothing to do with the U.S.
    Don't come onto a forum dedicated to information about what is going on in Iran and to helping the Iranian people just to badmouth the U.S..
    It's incredibly rude.

    A U.S. fucking citizen who is more concerned with doing whatever she can to help the Iranian people than listening to your shit, no matter how "factual" it may be.
  27. Sounds like someone doesn't like me exposing his armies cowardly tactics... typical hypocrite
  28. Ok well... main point was:

    "Less than 1,000 protesters turned out at Tehrans central Haft-e Tir Square and were quickly dispersed by riot police using tear gas and truncheons. There were signs that the protesters enthusiasm was tapering off, the Los Angeles Times reported from Tehran."

    A lot of media contradiction going on... looks fishy! especially when CNN is the only one broadcasting a "massacre"... Meaning this is probably bs

    at least Global National reported masses were protesting BBC and Britain in IRAN and not just the election, and when global showed up to BBC in Britain no one wanted to go on camera lol
  29. It wasn't CNN that first said the word "massacre" it was an Iranian woman who had just witnessed countless people being beaten to death and thrown off of a bridge.
    Get it right.

    But hey, yeah sure it's all okay since it wasn't as violent as reported before, right?
    It was a non-violent protest that was met with violence.
  30. The massacre is definitely not BS.

    I have contacts in Iran. The government is trying very hard to prevent the spread of information and spread disinformation. Though the protests have not been on the same scale of last week for obvious reasons -> people are scared shitless and they have lives to live (tomans to earn, families to feed). And by retreating it's very likely there will be mass executions and imprisonments of even high ranking politicians. Unfortunately you can't blame them, we have to try our best to keep the movement going, getting information out and getting in the way of PressTV and IRNA spreading disinformation.

    PressTV does have call in programs. . . Might not be such a bad idea to pull a Tom Green on them.
  31. atmasabr Member

    What? United States to blame for everything?

    It's true. I read it on the news. We tortured Khamenei. Or at least the Shah did. Or they tortured people who cared about him. We created this monster. We taught this person to forget the universal good and to embrace evil.

    Because of this we have to watch our monster murdering his own people, this monster father murder his own people.

    But the Iranian people are stronger than the American people because their faith is greater.
  32. skollie-IRAN Member

    This forum is about Iran. Please take this crap elsewhere where someone gives a damn.
    I'm sure there's a US hate forum out there that will welcome you. Seriously - how the hell is this relevant to the people of Iran?

  33. Could you explain to me why this "massacre" didn't receive more media attention than that 1 girl Neda who died?

    And how did the girl on the phone manage to get the CNN employees number? Also why wouldn't other protesters call them aswell?

    As expressed before its not only the Iran government blaming BBC and the west, the citizens are too so doesn't that raise an eyebrow? lol
  34. Multiple reports have been coming in.
    I don't know how she got the phone number, MAYBE SHE USED THE INTERNET.
  35. Cruelest Luce

    If there are multiple then I'm sure they'd be broadcasting more than just this "scaremongering" one.

    And why would other citizens be protesting BBC and the west if this was true

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