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~IRAN ELECTION FALLOUT DISCUSSION/LIVE POST~

11:21 am - 06/16/2009
evilgmbethy I nominate this as the pic for the next live thread17th-Jun-2009 03:58 pm (UTC)


Heh, luv ya, soccer fans.
fruityphobia Re: I nominate this as the pic for the next live thread17th-Jun-2009 03:59 pm (UTC)
Nice.
one_hoopy_frood 17th-Jun-2009 03:58 pm (UTC)
Please help! Go through @AnonymousinIran's followers and ask them not to follow/retweet. They are collecting IP addresses in their links!
http://twitter.com/AnonymousInIran/followers
jessickah 17th-Jun-2009 04:00 pm (UTC)
Alright. Going to spam a few.
fruityphobia NSFW: Gruesome17th-Jun-2009 04:03 pm (UTC)
StopAhmadiNews: Please read the 3:47pm update: http://bit.ly/171JFU #gr88 #iranelection

D:
Just wondering if that's from today/yesterday. Unsourced.
keeperofthekeys 17th-Jun-2009 04:05 pm (UTC)
Aww, my hashtag monitoring tab exploded :(

"Over capacity. Try again later."

Then again, I'm glad so many people are getting involved!
kcc_serenity 17th-Jun-2009 04:05 pm (UTC)
Iran is truly a country that has been consistently misrepresented by the majority of American media as "the country of Ahmadinejad", "radical", "terrorist", "evil"... while I knew that the common people of Iran were really not all too like that, this unfolding story has opened even my eyes to how similar Iran and America really are underneath the layers of religion and leadership that cause friction...

Thank you for helping to spread the word that Iran is not to be defined by broad brushstrokes, but by the detail any sovereign nation deserves... this story can be seen as a result of Iran's relative "pariah"-ness among many "Western" countries for so long (longer than I have been alive).
filbypott 17th-Jun-2009 04:25 pm (UTC)
this unfolding story has opened even my eyes to how similar Iran and America really are underneath the layers of religion and leadership that cause friction...

Same here.
lone_concertina 17th-Jun-2009 04:09 pm (UTC)
lol I apologize in advance for anyone from here who may be following me on twitter. I'm replying to every single one of anonymousiniran's followers, so I'm probably clogging up your feeds.
one_hoopy_frood 17th-Jun-2009 04:10 pm (UTC)
If you reply to them directly, your followers won't see it, just them.
one_hoopy_frood 17th-Jun-2009 04:10 pm (UTC)
12:00 PM ET -- Seriously? GOP Rep. Pete Hoekstra, ranking Republican on the intelligence committee, tweets: "Iranian twitter activity similar to what we did in House last year when Republicans were shut down in the House." From reader John.

LOLZ. O RLY?
musikologie 17th-Jun-2009 04:11 pm (UTC)
It's the same in spirit! Er...
blue_monarch 17th-Jun-2009 04:11 pm (UTC)
NextRevolution is unstoppable.

i remember i am sitting in class they say...ahmad-idiot won we just sighed #iranelection #gr88 #tehran

i was saying this is depressing damn and basiji all over campus ....#iranelection #gr88 #tehran

i pick my daughter up and sent her to my brothers housei went to uni and told everyone to run away #iranelection #gr88 #tehran

people stay inside isaid go go go they said no no no we staying

thats is years ago to me now
bubonicwoodchuk 17th-Jun-2009 04:13 pm (UTC)
http://iran.whyweprotest.net appears to be down at the moment. Anyone know what's up with that?
pumpkinwaltz 17th-Jun-2009 04:22 pm (UTC)
It's working for me.
(no subject) - Anonymous - Expand
fruityphobia NextRevolution17th-Jun-2009 04:15 pm (UTC)
i have just heard my daughter is injured i do not know where they are
half a minute ago from web
blue_monarch Re: NextRevolution17th-Jun-2009 04:16 pm (UTC)
Please please please let her be okay, let him find her. Let there be one story that doesn't end in heartbreak.
doublekill 17th-Jun-2009 04:17 pm (UTC)
Hey, I just woke up. I went to bed around...page 29 or so. I heard that twitter got blocked but they were getting around it still. What's the latest word on everything?
one_hoopy_frood 17th-Jun-2009 04:29 pm (UTC)
There was another huge, peaceful march of around 500,000 people. I think that was the only big event. It was a lot of little stuff again. Some of the police/army are wearing green bands, refusing orders, but they still have to worry about Basiij. The Iranian soccer team wore green wristbands for the first half of their game before they were told to take them off half way through as per FIFA rules. The fans had awesome signs like "Death to the Dictator"
musikologie 17th-Jun-2009 04:18 pm (UTC)
Rt -Unconfirmed - Ahmadinijad to meet with head Cleric, possible forced resignation More to follow

Anyone heard anything else about this?
keeperofthekeys 17th-Jun-2009 04:27 pm (UTC)
No.

I heard of possible cleric meetings, though.
one_hoopy_frood 17th-Jun-2009 04:22 pm (UTC)
http://cajuntechie.com/2009/06/does-anonymousiniran-log-ip-addresses.html

Someone sent me this after asking them to unfollow AnonymousInIran. I asked @FindtheRats what they thought. I don't really know anymore. Stupid freaking twitter. The more people in on it, the worse it gets.
ariesangel404 17th-Jun-2009 04:25 pm (UTC)
I agree. The more everyone is on Twitter, the harder it is to keep up with what information is true or not.
ojuzu 17th-Jun-2009 04:24 pm (UTC)
NextRevolutionyou know i am not very good muslim man i do not go to mosque enough i do some bad things..but mullahs do worse things #iranelection #tehran
doublekill 17th-Jun-2009 04:25 pm (UTC)
I am so glad to see NextRevolution is back.
keeperofthekeys 17th-Jun-2009 04:30 pm (UTC)
I want @petehoekstra to respond to me for his ridiculous comment lol

/Information coming out of twitter getting so hard to sort through.
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