posted on Jun, 29 2009 @ 01:42 AM
The "revolution" by the US backed candidate seems to be running out of steam fast. Not only did they appear to very quickly abandon the calls that
the election results were rigged, having not been able to provide any credible evidence, but they then switched to pushing the death of a single woman
in the mayhem. It seems that even this event is kinda fishy when analysed properly and may have been a case of murder to stir up feeling in the west
against the government.
The British government has no say in the arrest of these Embassy employees. They are not British citizens after all. Gordon Brown and his cronies
started the tit for tat game by freezing Iranian assets, to the tune of about £1.6Billion I think it was, without any legal justification. Although
I guess, like the attack on Iraq, it's legal if they do it and they'll never be accountable anyway.
They just like playing their little power games and don't care about the little people in the middle. The Embassy employees and their families mean
nothing to Gordon Brown. Hell, he doesn't even care about us, the British citizens, so why get all misty eyed over a bunch of Iranians?