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A tribute to Neda and the sheer bravery & spirit of all Iranian women

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posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 09:10 PM
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I've written this post as a tribute in her honour - with this thread, so she won't be forgotten!

We should never forget her!

I will remember her as if she was my sister!

With a heavy heart; peace be upon her!

Neda, rest in peace!










The young woman's name is Neda Soltani - she was a 27 year old philosphy student.

Her life ended when she was murdered in front of her father (blue stripe shirt - picture) by a shot (AK-47 bullet) to her chest and heart.

An insane Baji Militia fanatic on a roof, singled her out in a crowd who were watching the protests from their quiet place on the sidewalk!

I hope that coward will get what he deserve one day soon!

This is now Neda's revolution!





Persian women are truely amongst the most beautiful on Earth.

Therefore! this is a tribute to her and to all brave Persian women who are now at risk to be killed by these low-life scum and human filth!

(many ugly fanatic men in the Baji Militia hate all these young beautiful women they can never get - so they can kill them easy because of this hate & jealousy!)

These are their faces! these are her brave beautiful sisters who now risk their own lives for freedom & democracy - and for a better future! I admire them all!


The Face of A Revolution

















The old & young Iran - the beauty and the beast!




Students without the established & hated dress code

























































Civil disobedience against the dress code on Sadr highway - a girl with her boyfriend driving without plates - to feel the wind and to feel free for some seconds!







Any of these beautiful souls and many more of them, could be murdered tomorrow.

In this beautiful city of insanity & turmoil!



Remember Neda! - this is now her revolution!




[edit on 22-6-2009 by Chevalerous]




posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 09:51 PM
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Neda's death has pushed this revolution to a new level in a lot of people's eyes,
she seemed to ask us a question as she looked to the camera when she passed away
never have i felt so close to someone i didn't know at that moment.
That moment transgressed border, religion, space and time and said
well...? what else do you need...?

its like in the Door's song "When the musics over"

the scream of the butterfly.

bye beautiful Neda...


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posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 10:06 PM
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It always amazes me how hypocritical people are. One Iranian woman dies, and suddenly the world is turned on it's head. A million iraqi's die and nobody bats an eyelash.

Whatever. At least people are upset over somebody dieing. That's a step in the right direction.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 10:13 PM
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What a blatant piece of propaganda - yes all the women are beautiful, yes there is violence in Iran - yes it is not nice.

The people that have been successfully stirred up against the government are the most disenfranchised groups - but there are such groups in every country in the world.

Where are all the pictures of the beautiful Iraqi women who were killed and mutilated by American troops attacking? Where were the pictures of their children with missing limbs? Keep this in mind - these images are being presented with a purpose.

Sure - the women are hot - but the message is clear, this is a propaganda campaign - and the protests in Iran have been stirred by the CIA and Mossad.

The person who shot her was just as likely to be an American paid CIA agent working with photographers on the ground. Of course its speculation - but these are the kind of photo ops that are worth gold in these kinds of actions - the CIA is likely to try and create them.

We are going to get a lot more of these kinds of images.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 10:18 PM
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It is sad watching ATS and the replies when it comes to the situation in Iran...sheep to the media,the thing they always accuse others of being..and they dont even know it,very sad day.Condolences to the womans family anyway.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 10:19 PM
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Did they blow her freaking leg off?


How sad. What a shame she can't read this thread.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 10:27 PM
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Originally posted by Kaytagg
It always amazes me how hypocritical people are. One Iranian woman dies, and suddenly the world is turned on it's head. A million iraqi's die and nobody bats an eyelash.

Whatever. At least people are upset over somebody dieing. That's a step in the right direction.




Have you ever seen a person die this dramatic under these circumstances in front of your eyes while the camera is rolling?

What about her father's dispair & crying for losing his beautiful child?

Are your comments insane? do you know what compassion is?

And yeah! I mourn for all murdered Iraqis as well!



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 10:40 PM
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Beautiful tribute. So sad, at least they are managing to get footage out of Iran and the world can see what is happening there.
Hopefully this will cause all of us to see the Iranian people as people, just like every other human being, who want to live in a just and fair world.
NO MORE WAR, HATE, SUFFERING, OPRESSION AND KILLING.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 10:54 PM
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So sad to see things like this. There are so many innocent people all over the world who lose their lives needlessly and it breaks my heart.



posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 10:55 PM
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Originally posted by maya27
reply to post by Chevalerous
 



Beautiful tribute. So sad, at least they are managing to get footage out of Iran and the world can see what is happening there.
Hopefully this will cause all of us to see the Iranian people as people, just like every other human being, who want to live in a just and fair world.
NO MORE WAR, HATE, SUFFERING, OPRESSION AND KILLING.





posted on Jun, 21 2009 @ 11:07 PM
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This thread is an awesome tribute to the women in Iran who are currently fighting RIGHT NOW for thier freedom. I was showing my girlfriend the thread and started to choke back tears.

All people in Iran who are currently fighting for freedom and democracy....KNOW that you are supported in spirit by those of us who cannot be there to help you in your time of struggle!


It is the good fight!!
NEVER give in!!!




posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 12:53 AM
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Yes! it's a very sad time! terrible things are happening!


Yeah! the people in Iran knows that the world support them in spirit, but sometimes you just wish that you could do more to help them in their time of struggle!

No more slaughter! - the madness must stop!



posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 09:06 AM
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Originally posted by maya27
reply to post by Chevalerous
 



Beautiful tribute. So sad, at least they are managing to get footage out of Iran and the world can see what is happening there.
Hopefully this will cause all of us to see the Iranian people as people, just like every other human being, who want to live in a just and fair world.
NO MORE WAR, HATE, SUFFERING, OPRESSION AND KILLING.


Thanks dear Maya!

Your beautiful post made it worth the time it took to put this together!

Thank you dear friend!



posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 09:23 AM
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In tribute to the young girl, Neda, who was brutally murdered by the secret police may you walk with the angels and may God's everlasting light shine upon you.

You are truly a hero to all the children that were caught in the middle of political conflicts, the children in Vietnam, the Balkan Wars, Iraq, Afghanistan, the World Wars, and the list goes on. Children lose the most in these disputes because they are defenseless and lose their very innocence as a result. Anyone that harms a child may as well be harming the Almighty Himself. We cannot forget the struggles of other children brutally murder during conflicts and revolutions of the past and this tribute is to them as well.



posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 01:13 PM
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Hmmm Who would have thought ? There women look exactly like ours when not forced with dumb 2,500 year old rules....Beautiful I must say. Maybe I'm a sucker for dark hair and beautiful eyes though.

But anyways, this is a tragic story that just shows what is wrong with some of that part of the world. I liken it to how it is here.

There are many of us that "get" what is going on in the world and what is wrong within our own country and there are those, who think they " get " it but they are just pawns.

These are the arrogant know it all's who think we are safe with our gov and demand 100% proof for everything otherwise it is considered " foolish" and " BS " ....



There are people in Iran and other countries who are just such DUMB human beings. It's not how they grew up it's a matter of them just being dumb humans and when Dumb humans socialize and populate together a growing dumbness forms.

Then people start dying because of these dumb extremeist ignorant losers.


I Can't wait to live in a world where there is no repression, no violence, no thinking I'm better than you or you are than me but that we are Equal; a world where we actualy get to vote on who we think has our best interests.

And we get to vote from candidates that We choose to run. not who has the most money.

I can't wait to live on an Earth where these dark souls are not allowed to be among us.


Imagine all the good we have experienced and imagine almost none of the bad , aside from the usual accident that would occur.


R.I.P. NEDA and a big virtual Hug to all those other women who have to suffer through this Bullshat....



posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 01:15 PM
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Those middle east countries have been trashing women and their rights for centuries.

Why is it just now people are starting to care about it???



posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 01:18 PM
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Originally posted by Amagnon
What a blatant piece of propaganda - yes all the women are beautiful, yes there is violence in Iran - yes it is not nice.

The people that have been successfully stirred up against the government are the most disenfranchised groups - but there are such groups in every country in the world.

Where are all the pictures of the beautiful Iraqi women who were killed and mutilated by American troops attacking? Where were the pictures of their children with missing limbs? Keep this in mind - these images are being presented with a purpose.

Sure - the women are hot - but the message is clear, this is a propaganda campaign - and the protests in Iran have been stirred by the CIA and Mossad.

The person who shot her was just as likely to be an American paid CIA agent working with photographers on the ground. Of course its speculation - but these are the kind of photo ops that are worth gold in these kinds of actions - the CIA is likely to try and create them.

We are going to get a lot more of these kinds of images.


This isn't the MSM , no propaganda here. Just the truth as to whats going on.

If you can't handle the TRUTH then it's your own fault. Don't push your beliefs on us.

The OP isn't pushing anything on us , just showing us PROOF and EVIDENCE as to what is occuring in a different country other than ours.

You are trying to Push that it is Propaganda but it is not. That is your opinion and don't make it everybody else's.



posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 01:19 PM
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This thread is touching..
R.I.P. All those who died for a revolution, in Iran or otherwise.
People had to die just because of some corrupt freaking government.. it's insanity. The governments of this world need to be turned around or the SHTF scenarios are going to happen, and soon.
Anyways, I wish you all peace!



posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 01:21 PM
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Iran is not the ME though and it is nowhere near as extreme in its views when it comes to womans rights as say wahabism...and guess what? alot of woman are perfectly happy living in this system.The wests *values* are not universal no matter how much you try to think they are.. what we may see as oppression many woman find liberating and comforting,thats how it is.



posted on Jun, 22 2009 @ 01:22 PM
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When I saw the video yesterday, it was heartwrenching for me. But as I was watching I couldn't help but think of it being me or any other unarmed civilian whenever America starts to revolt. It kind of makes me jealous that the people there are fighting for freedoms while we Americans sit back and let ours be taken.






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