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Iran : Hey Ayatollah, Leave those kids alone! and Pink Floyd's remake

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Two exiled Iranian brothers, Sepp and Sohl, have created an Iranian freedom cry and thanks to Roger Waters, former Pink Floyd frontman, basically the creator of the song, the brothers have obtained full permission to use the song to protest against Iran's Islamic "Mullah's and Ayatollah".

The song is actually a remake of Pink Floyd's "Another Brick in the Wall (Part 2) which explains why the brothers and their band "Blurred Vision" needed Roger Waters permission to go official with the song. They have changed the chorus of the song with "Hey Ayatollah, Leave those kids alone!"

Aug. 12, 2010

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Stupid Americans
By An American Man on August 12,2010

Herdotus wrote of "Reciprocity" in 6BC. It is hard to believe that we are still so stupid that we don't understand that the US caused the societal deficiencies that we see in Iran, caused the lack of what we like to call human rights. Following 911 it happened here in the United States. The first bit of fear that we could be attacked on our soil cost so many Americans so many rights and freedoms (Patriot Act). In 1953 when the US CIA led the coup in Iran inserting a man (The Shah) who believed he was God (apparently a good version of Kim Jong Il). He was the Lord of Lord's the King of King's. When the US did that Iran learned they had to fear US infilitration and and loss of sovereignity. Now our media is bemoans those actions we caused. Pathetic and cowardly.

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