Monday, June 22, 2009

Iran links [updated]

A few more links to add. Note: updates added, marked with a star. Last updated 17:19 Brockley time.

Molly Mew: An insurgent Twitter suggestion.*

Azarmehr:
For a democratic, secular Iran. Top post: The myth of Ahmadinejad working class supporters.*

Michael Totten: Ahmadinejad and the rural poor.*

Roland Dodds: Neda Agha Soltan - Voice ofIran.*

Martin:
Infinite Thought:
The Field:
Flesh is Grass:*
LabourStart: Iran updates

Shiraz Socialist:
Dissent: From Ramin Jahanbegloo, Michael Walzer and others.*

Révolution en Iran*
[In French. Via
Ent. Analysis in English on video here.]

Tendance Coates:
Fighting the home front.

Molly Mew: An anarchist view.*

Other link updates:
Kellie*, TNC*.

Old links, to sites being updated: Revolutionary Road, Michael Totten, Jeff W, Salma's blog and her Tweets, Entdinglichung, Maryam Namazie, The Poor Mouth: Iran, The Poor Mouth: Iran protests, Modernity.

6 comments:

Entdinglichung said...

in French: http://iranenlutte.wordpress.com/

ModernityBlog said...

This new underground newspaper, is PDF format(!) is a great new development

Reaganite Republican said...

Obviously -although it's the last thing Team Obama wants to hear- Ronald Reagan's support of Poland's Solidarity in the dark days of the Soviet-ordered crackdown are the model here- not the preposterous straw-man argument of "what are you going to do, invade?" disingenuously presented by the do-nothing, Obamapologist left.

And isn’t this what George W Bush told you was going to happen in the Middle East in the wake of Iraq’s liberation?
Maybe that’s why Barack Obama has so little apparent interest in finishing the job in Iran… no matter how much it benefits the US and free world.

That, and the fact that he’s already piled all his chips on legitimizing this vile regime- and a democratic revolution at this point would be downright embarrassing for him.

http://reaganiterepublicanresistance.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Green Wave Global day Wednesday 24th June - wear black to commemorate and green for hope.

http://greenwaveglobal.ning.com/xn/detail/3528783:Event:10

TNC said...

Great batch of links here, Bob.

"And isn’t this what George W Bush told you was going to happen in the Middle East in the wake of Iraq’s liberation? Maybe that’s why Barack Obama has so little apparent interest in finishing the job in Iran… no matter how much it benefits the US and free world."

Well said, RR.

ModernityBlog said...

aye right enough, the George W Bush school of international relations?

Would that be connected to the GW Bush adult literacy project or remotely attached the Bush Shakespearean theatre?

Bush was a disaster for the US people and for the wider world, I hope he and Cheney stay on their ranches and do what they know best, turf over horse manure and count their pensions.