Needed: A New Iranian Revolution

by Pejman Yousefzadeh on June 14, 2009

BuGermany Iran Election Reaxt will we have one? My latest:

If there is anything to be learned in the aftermath of the blatantly stolen election in Iran, it is that genuine progress in the country is utterly and completely impossible without a wholesale change in the regime. The change will have to come from within, but it will have to come; without it, whatever chance there is for the best hopes and aspirations of Iranians to be realized will be crushed under the iron boots of the mullahs, and their enablers–the fraudulent pseudo-president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

The question, however, is whether Iran will get the revolution it desperately needs. The regime will do anything necessary–no matter how bloody and violent–to hold on to power. And the Obama Administration seems clueless on what the stakes really are in Iran.

This article is quite the long one. But it was important to be thorough.

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