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"Persiankiwi" has become the voice of the opposition by directing the "twitter revolution" in Iran. He has now directed the Iranian people to do the following:

Advice to our people - you can help to destabilize the Gov - we will tell you how - #Iranelection

about 14 hours ago from web

Ppl if you have money in bank - withdraw ALL your account - Gov is using your money to kill your ppl - #Iranelection

Ppl stop working - go to work if you must - but do nothing - bring all Gov offices to halt - #Iranelection RT

Ppl - stop to pay all electricity, gas, water, telephone bills from today - this will starve the Gov - #Iranelection

Expect food shortage - transport stoppage - money shortage in bank #Iranelection RT

Soon Mousavi will announce full national strikes, probably starting with Petrochemical - prepare for this #Iranelection RT

http://twitter.com/persiankiwi

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"Persiankiwi" has become the voice of the opposition by directing the "twitter revolution" in Iran. He has now directed the Iranian people to do the following:

http://twitter.com/persiankiwi

Scroll down to second page.

:blink: how many people in Iran use or even know twitter? :blink:

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"Persiankiwi" has become the voice of the opposition by directing the "twitter revolution" in Iran. He has now directed the Iranian people to do the following:

http://twitter.com/persiankiwi

Scroll down to second page.

i started doing this a few years ago - withdrawing funds from the banks that is

unfortunately not many followed me

but its the only way to change the monetary system to a more honest one

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Gotta love that CIA training.

I see what you are saying.

Is this conjecture or evidence based?

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The Iranian authorities and religious police have caught up with the fact that many

of the dissafected youth in that religious dictatorship were using blogs and the internet to

communicate under the radar of their authority, mostly from outside.

useful outline

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I see what you are saying.

Is this conjecture or evidence based?

He's been running on an agenda of "change,"

Pure conjecture. :)

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He's been running on an agenda of "change,"

Pure conjecture. :)

Ah... Fair enough.

I guess that makes everyone on this thread a CIA collaborator.

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:blink: how many people in Iran use or even know twitter? :blink:

Not many probably only around 20 million. What else is apart from the internet. Oh yes far-right islamic state controlled media. I vote twitter anyday.

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:blink: how many people in Iran use or even know twitter? :blink:

The youth are the ones who will precipitate change in Iran. They are less brainwashed and more pc savvy...For many, twitter,and face book are used regularly.

It`s the only way to exchange information relatively safely.

Edited by tiggerthetiger

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i just closed my Iranian bank account in sympathy and i wont be holidaying in Iran this year. The **** Ring Big Boys Club resort I normally go to will just have to do without my patronage.

Edited by 50%deposit

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