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What do you call a group of students breaking in to a foreign embassy, hurling Molotov cocktails and torching vehicles? If you're Britain and it's your embassy in Iran, you call it "utterly unacceptable and we condemn it." But if you're Iran's semi-official Fars News Agency, it's an Occupy movement!
UK embassy attack, but state photog just happened to be there & upload some great shots," tweeted The Atlantic's Max Fisher. The Guardian's correspondent Saeed Kamali Dehghan added that state media was reporting that "police used tear gas to disperse them," even though, as The New York Times' Robert Mackey pointed out "there is no evidence of gas in any of the video from state television or the many photographs published by Fars
Originally posted by Shillbillyjim
The people truly affected by sanctions are not the elites of these governments, it is the common man who has to suffer. I applaud their reaction to the evermore invasive war machine that sticks it nose where it doesn't belong.
Originally posted by purplemer
reply to post by Trueman
Wow idk that.. so if i go and throw a brick through the US embassy in London. I as an individual have declared war on America and might get hunted down by a drone...