Another Long Day

by wjw on June 23, 2009

Another long day trying to keep up with events in Iran.

For those who wish to help Iranians and dissidents in other nations evade surveillance, check out the Tor Project. Originally a project of the U.S. Navy and now spun off into a freeware company, Tor— strangely sharing a name with the largest US science fiction publisher— bounces messages around a distributed network to evade deep packet inspection and other tools of evil surveillance empires.

Be sure to read the fine print before you participate.

“A 19-year-old shot in the head and killed during the demonstrations… and Iranian officials asked his parents to “pay an equivalent of $3,000 as a ‘bullet fee’ — a fee for the bullet used by security forces — before taking the body back.” One of the most tragic stories I’ve read in a long time, by the Wall Street Journal’s exceptional Farnaz Fassihi.”

Time to get rid of these bastards.

I close with a video showing the bastards running.

Ralf the Dog June 23, 2009 at 5:47 am

1. The odds are good that the bastards will have the choice of moving to Egypt or having their heads moved to the top of a pole.

2. With a bit of luck the new bastards will be better than the old bastards.

Brave people are dying. I hope their country gets the freedom for which they have payed.

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