More civil unrest in Iran well bring down the existing dictatorship government.
July 10, 2009 12:43pm CST
More protesting is taking place as we speak. The surpressed people of Iran are ready to over throw the present government. The continuous presure of protest will ultimately take down the present regime. Power to the People!!!! Iran in it's present state, is a huge threat to world peace. There is no better time than now to help the Irannian people overthrow and set up a more legitiment Democratic Government. It's time to take out the eveils of the world before it's to late.
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
10 Jul 09
The [b] WORST [/b[ thing we can do is to "help" the Iranian people take down their government. I actualy sided with Obama when he kept on the side line of this. This is a populist movement. If we come in and blatently help them take it down, it takes on the apearence of being simply "american imperialism" and the simmering revolution in Iran loses all original meaning. This is something the people of Iran have to do for themselves, as tempting as it is for me to say, yes, we are the U.S. and we help people like this...we would not at all be helping the nation of Iran by going in and blatently removing their government for them. I would guess there are probably already special ops, cia etc in Iran who are in contact with dissident groups there who may in some way be assisting these groups by providing intelligence to them, but to go in and militarily take down the Iranina government would be disasterous and would cause great resentment among the Iranina people towards us. It's their party, lets not crash it.
• United States
11 Jul 09
"There is no better time than now to help the Iranian people overthrow and set up a more legitimate Democratic Government." You mean a more appropraite time for foreigners to help the Iranians to undermine their government and set up puppet government! I guess some people never learn from history! Like the Ayatollah, I, too, believe that this political unrest in Iran is all fueled and propped by foreign governments! I think it is time that the Iranians accept the outcome of their election and get on with their lives. At least their historic 2009 presidential election will forever be a good landmark. Here in the US, for starters, we had the 2000 presidential election rigged (resulting in a president who has more knowledge about taquila than anything else), and the government will take the opportunity to shove whatsoever they wish down our throats, as if they are of the persuasion that we are all stupid! Please, give others a break!