Protests in Iran

Iran was supposed to make some great display of, well, greatness to mark the 31st anniversary of the Iranian Revolution today. It appears that such greatness can be found in crushing others beneath the boots of fascism. Marches and protests against the Iranian regime have been met with violent oppression and a media blackout. Rick Moran at American Thinker comments:

On a day that marks the 31st anniversary of the Iranian revolution, massive crowds marched in most Iranian cities in both celebration and protest.

The security forces – some believe numbering in the millions when you include the army, the Rev Guards, the Basij, and other government-backed militias – are everywhere, dispersing crowds before they can form and generally being brutish about it.

Moran also includes liveblogging and reports from inside Iran.

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