Anonymous and Protesters Football-Passion Against Censorship
In 2009 President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was accused of rigging the election by supporters of Mousavi and Karroubi, whom demanded an investigation to be called by Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
The rigging lead to an opposition rally attracting over 100,000 protesters in Tehran, it turned violent after shots were fired from a pro-government militia controlled compound, confirmed by an Associated Press photographer.
Ahmadinejad disputed the rigging claims, comparing the protests to that of passion shown by football fans after a game.
Yes, because we can all recall when football rigging has led to violence and protests.
‘Competition to find football’s worst toilets hit by vote-rigging claim’
• Some fans discovered to be voting up to 30 times
• Winning club will receive a £100k toilet makeover
Oh the great catastrophe, the devastation and the corruption that was the find a shitty toilette competition, which I can’t rightly recall leading to an uproar or revolution.
With the exception of the Hillsborough disaster, I can’t really recall any football-after-game passion resulting in a country-wide-spread David Cameron hate campaign, I doubt anyone after the Chelsea result yesterday stood up and blamed the coalition. No of course not, they just blamed Torres and left it at that.
We all know football fans have passion that possibly could change the world…..
Besides for Ahmadinejad he should know we don’t need Football to have hateful passion towards our PM, you did it just by using the general passion of a corrupt leader whilst Cameron does it with the general passion of a bellend.
Proven by the many Facebook groups a like David Cameron is a B.E.L.L.E.N.D.
The Government attempted to censor news about the riots on the internet, a dumb mistake, as we already know about the relationship Anonymous has with those attempting to censor.
A Green Movement forum was launched which enabled Iranian users to dodge the country’s online censorship.
The Website launched stating “We are simply the internet and we believe in free speech,” along with the help of The Pirate Bay, whom changed its logo to The Persian Bay and linked traffic to the site, the website attracted over 20,000 supporters worldwide and https://whyweprotest.net/ is still actively helping with Iranian issues.
(The Green Movement refers to a series of actions after the presidential election, in which protesters demanded the removal of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad from office)
Although the Government took down sites like YouTube, Twitter and blocked mobile phone communication, the Iranian Governments website itself and the President’s personal website crashed after a series of Denial of Service attacks from opposition.