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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    soon everyone gets involved, after ahmadinejad declared that Iran has the bomb.

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by youknowwho View Post
    soon everyone gets involved, after ahmadinejad declared that Iran has the bomb.
    I hope things can get resolved before then.

    On a side note (but no less important note).....glad you're still alive and have avoided the random flying bullets. Whatever you do, don't get dead.

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by paris View Post
    Ya right, as if Robespierre has not gone down in history yet.
    Yes he has as the precursor and inspiration to Lenin, Stalin, Mao, and Pol Pot.

    Once again the main objective of the revolution was to remove the monarchy, and so it was a success.
    It was also a policy objective of the revolution to foment a republican form of governance.

    Not only did it remove the king but it also led to a republican constitution, short-lived certainly but still a republican constitution. I suggest you check your facts.
    No it did not lead to a Republican Constitution all of the Constitutions were absolute failures the only one that lasted was the one which established a dictatorship not a Republic.

    And what about the Declaration of Human Rights, such an awful thing right? I personally am very grateful for it as much as for cutting ties with bigoted religious hypocrites.
    Didn't help stop the mass executions and the establishment of a tyrannical dictatorship did it?

    The only thing I regret is that we did not do it sooner, we might have kept Louisiana to ourselves and let your ungrateful arses deal by yourselves with HRM the Queen of England!
    Um it was the French Monarchy which aided us.

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    That's it. Upon confirmation of these reports, we should be willing to send military assistance into Iran. If that's the way it's going to be, arm the protestors with American weapons and join the fight. I don't really see much else we can do if all this is true.
    I think the best option for intervention would be to funnel weapons through a friendly Iraqi militia to resistance groups in Iran.
    It would not look good for us to put troops, bombs etc in Iran and may even backfire on us.

    We can help the Iranians fight for themselves.
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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by Harry Guerrilla View Post
    We can help the Iranians fight for themselves.
    Agreed. Iraq has a long border with Iran. Iran has a lengthy coastline.

    Seems to me even the potential of weapons wandering into Iran would keep the military and the Pasdaran busy worrying about border security. Every unit tied down in border duty is one less unit that can be called out to suppress protests.

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by celticlord View Post
    Agreed. Iraq has a long border with Iran. Iran has a lengthy coastline.

    Seems to me even the potential of weapons wandering into Iran would keep the military and the Pasdaran busy worrying about border security. Every unit tied down in border duty is one less unit that can be called out to suppress protests.
    Exactly, this situation is prime for an all hell causing intervention extravaganza.
    If they do go this route, they must keep their distance to plausibly deny intervention.
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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent Ferris View Post
    Yes he has as the precursor and inspiration to Lenin, Stalin, Mao, and Pol Pot.
    He has... he will... you don't really know, do you?

    Um it was the French Monarchy which aided us.
    I guess that's why the US gov traditionally help maintain dictators such as the Shah in Iran, genuine democratic movements be damned - frigging right wing freaks!

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by paris View Post
    He has... he will... you don't really know, do you?
    Lenin himself admitted his avid support for Robespierre and that it was Robespierre's reign of terror that inspired the red terror. Are you honestly defending Robespierre?

    I guess that's why the US gov traditionally help maintain dictators such as the Shah in Iran, genuine democratic movements be damned - frigging right wing freaks!
    The Shah was better than the tyrant Mossadeq. At least the Shah never dissolved parliament through a fraudulent referendum and I'm not the one from a country who still celebrates a tyrannical dictator like Napoleon.

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Iran's "Theocracy" has become a military dictatorship. Iran has this massacre and America has Waco under the iron fist of the whore Janet Reno. Was Waco a police action or a military slaughter?
    It's nothing more than X's and O's.

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    Re: Unimaginable Horror In Tehran Today (Baharestan Square Massacre)

    Quote Originally Posted by rhinefire View Post
    Iran's "Theocracy" has become a military dictatorship. Iran has this massacre and America has Waco under the iron fist of the whore Janet Reno. Was Waco a police action or a military slaughter?
    did you really just compare a small wacky cult in texas to a huge revolt in Iran?

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    How the hell did you just tie in a retroactive reparative measure with a proactive preventative measure. Not even close to being the same thing.

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