More Protests in Iran
By Micah Halpern
Thursday December 26, 2019
I've Been Thinking:
Iran is blocking mobile internet - again. They are doing it for the same reason they always do it – to make it more difficult for protestors to communicate and organize.
In certain Iranian provinces, the internet is totally shut down.
Iran is expecting huge demonstrations starting Thursday. Protestors are hoping for 250,000 people. One of the motivational tools protest organizers use to get people out to the protests is video clips of others protesting. The obvious messaging and announcements of the protests are important but they only go so far in penetrating the intimidation and fear factor that Iranian leadership has perfected.
On the flip side, Iranian TV is broadcasting clips of protestors being beaten and shot while protesting. Their message, too, is obvious. If you protest this will happen to you!
Now we wait and see. Will the Iranian masses swarm to the streets? Will Iranian leadership authorize the killing of masses of innocent protestors in order maintain their power?
By tomorrow we should have answers.
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27 December 2019 09:56 AM in Thoughts
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