Iran's hotly-disputed Elections
Standing in need of immediate peace and help.
Iranian Revolutionary Guards • Mahmoud Ahmadinejad • Mir Hossein Mousavi • Mehdi Karroubi • Ayatollah Ali Khamenei • Mohammed Ali Jafari • The Iranian People--Sometimes changing can get you in more trouble than you wish to be and especially, when you are following somebody else.
Iran, home to one of the world's oldest continuous major civilizations, to hell with an election, you need immediate peace and immediate peace should be your first priority. If an election has caused all of this, what good are the elections? What is the difference between this and Iraq? Where is your love of people and life? What happened? No people want to destroy themselves?
Women's rights? Elections? Protest? Nullification of Iranian election results? Violence against demonstrators and criticizers? Accusing the west of interference? Terrorism? Is this small stuff worth all the violence and abuse? Is it worth it?
Power? Position? Money? Tensions? Where are the peace-makers?
Elections: a landslide in Iran's hotly-disputed presidential vote triggering riots by opposition supporters and furious complaints of cheating from his defeated rivals. Mousavi claims Ahmadinejad won re-election through fraud. Mousavi called for peaceful or illegal protests, either way the protests are bloody and violent, and issued provocative statements. Mehdi Karroubi—the other presidential candidate, together with Mousavi—is contesting the victory of Ahmadinejad and the right to peaceful protest.
I do not know the whole story, but disputed elections are the straw that broke the camel's back. Violence has erupted, tempers are flying, innocent lives are being lost, cities are going up in turmoil and the situation is escalating. I can understand the pressure is on, the amount of confusion and chaos; even ones desire to keep things under raps, as to keep matters in house and the idea that law and order will prevail. But when, how many must die or suffer, what about innocent people, how much destruction; when it all can come to an immediate peaceful halt for peace and prosperity. Isn’t that what the elections were all about?
What about lessons learned from other countries like Iraq? The same as America's civil rights movement and racial riots, we needed help. Like it or not, your inability to maintain law and order; and bring about immediate peace in a peaceful and orderly fashion is a plea for help and has come to the attention of the world. That is easy to understand with today's technology. That is a good thing! Like a sinking ship or the unexpected destruction from a natural disaster, you need help,,, There is a better way!
Not meddling, but there is a time when we all need help. There is a time when only an outside party can arbitrate for immediate peace. To immediately stop the violence and give room for peaceful negotiations on behalf of immediate peace. To give time for tempers to die-down, wounds to heal and order to be restored. Don't be afraid; don't be afraid, we are all in this together. We want peace and prosperity for you and we know you want it for yourselves, by the most effective and efficient means possible, for tomorrow you will regret waiting.
I pray someone will have the courage to ask for peaceful help. I pray someone will allow peaceful help to come to your people. I pray your people will respond positively to peaceful help, just as I would want someone to do for me.
Let us work together in peace and for peace. Please support these brave people who stand in need of peace and help. Spread the word, tell your friends, post this on your profile.
What about Human Rights? What about Peace? What about a show of solidarity in the time of need? We would not be a good people nor good neighbors if we did not try to help. Comfort
STOP IN THE NAME OF PEACE,
the supreme arbiter Guardians
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