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Neda's Death - What Really Happened?


Remember Neda?  The young girl murdered during the Iran elections protest last year?

The poor girl was murdered but not the way we were told.  This video shows the attack was staged.  Her murder took place after the blood was poured on her face and her photo beamed all over the world.  She was shot at close range with a small caliber hand gun in the back, not the chest, and after she was removed from the scene.  Another human life cheaply snuffed out for an agenda.  Only when the agendas are laid bare and the tactics brought to light can we put an end to the lies.

Entry #219


konaneComment by konane - April 13, 2010, 10:57 am
That's interesting if it proves true somewhere in the future.
Rick GComment by Rick G - April 13, 2010, 11:35 am
The video is pretty convincing (to me) that the blood was placed on her face. 2-3 men are applying direct pressure to her chest "wound" but no blood appears on their hands or her chest. If they showed up to the protest with a tube of blood, it had to be for a reason.

This was just more demonizing of Iran to convince us to go to war again. Flash back to Iraq...nothing we were told by our gov't and it's voice, the media, was proven to be true. Any western news stories regarding Iran should be viewed in light of the agenda being pushed by the source. The NYT et. al, fooled us on Iraq, let's not get fooled again.
konaneComment by konane - April 13, 2010, 2:42 pm
Not regarding this specific incident but in general ...... I was wondering last night if we regular people are getting smarter at being able to see through stuff, or are 'they' getting more sloppy in their presentation. Are we being bombarded with too much information and becoming less gullible or perhaps more callous in how we view and assimilate information? Something to ponder anyway.
Comment by joker17 - April 13, 2010, 4:51 pm
Thanx Rick. I remember that incident and the video. Interesting.
Rick GComment by Rick G - April 13, 2010, 5:23 pm
Good points, konane. We can thank the internet, can't we? It's ironic that those who would enslave their fellow man with technology are becoming victims of technology themselves.
Rick GComment by Rick G - April 13, 2010, 6:00 pm
@joker17, yeah I remember it going viral on Twitter...it was obviously being fed aggressively into the news stream. That should have been a red flag.

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