It would seem the government in Iran has the upper hand with it's police and soldiers. But those protesting against the stolen election there have greatest weapon of all -- video cameras and the Internet.
If it were not for the videos and pictures being broadcast out of Iran over the Internet, the press would int he West wouldn't pay much attention. Remember the Tibetan protests of last year. We were all outraged up until the phone videos started drying up. Now we no longer talk about Tibet, again. And how about the genocide in Darfur, or the AIDs catastrophe in the rest of the African continent. It doesn't exist. No video, no attention.
The US government would, if it wants to help, and the Republicans keep running their mouths about how much their concerned, should fund operations that would surreptitously supply video cameras and internet ready phones to the protesters.
This is the weapon of the future.
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