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Votes vanished and Violence prevailed in Iran

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This is an outrage. Can you imagine what is going through the minds of human beings around the country. No matter how much we progress in this world there will always be civil unrest. You can’t blame the unrest on the demonstrators….there is only one organization to blame…..THE GOVERNMENT!!!

Protesters came out to just speak there mind, something I like to call freedom of speech here in America. After today I’m not even sure if it’s safe to speak in Iran. Police were harming these people with tear gas, beating them with clubs and hosing them down as if they were a building on fire with water cannons!! Reminds me of the civil rights movements in the south. Of course, the Supreme Leader warned them, but you have to take a stand for what is right and that is exactly what they did. They felt the election was rigged. However, I’m sure they knew they were at risk if they came out today, but only the risk of being arrested not actually risking there lives or there health.  The Iranian government said blame the bloodshed on Mousavi like us Americans blame a DUI on the alcohol, but no you can’t always point a finger at what made you do what you did. Sometimes it’s the pre-event which leads to catastrophes….in this case a rigged election led to bloodshed and for some Americans maybe a fight a with a spouse or bad day at work led to us turning to the alcohol which in turn resulted in a DUI. The citizens who are okay with the outcome of the election are complaining about the riots, but put your feet in there shoes. They are angry, they aren’t being heard, and they are being treated like they don’t exist……like they didn’t stand in line to vote (a right that people all across the world feel is the only way to make a change in there country!).

The Iranian government must not be listening to the news because the world is watching this!! President Obama put his foot down and said “Enough is enough, stop all violent and unjust actions against your people.” Respect comes from within before it comes from abroad. The death toll stands at 19 for Saturday’s unrest in Tehran, Iran!

Someone (Anonymous for safety reasons) on Twitter said “We will try 2 keep this rally peaceful/silent as usual at every cost. Cant give them excuse 2 use force. Hope they wont.”

Let the Green Sea speak, they want Peace and Fairness, not a Red Sea of bloodshed!!!!

Written by Teen Wolf

June 20, 2009 at 10:30 pm

Transition from Lover to Friend

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I don’t know where to start. I remember when my ex laid those words on me……I felt like she just grabbed a samurai sword and stuck it in my heart. She was cutting herself out of my heart. It was difficult to deal with. I was saying to myself “how can I be her friend, this won’t work at all, maybe I should never talk to her again”. Well it actually worked out ok……although I don’t know how I would handle seeing her with another guy…..Thank goodness that time hasn’t come yet!!

But I’m not here to discuss that transition from lover to friend. I’m actually here to fill you in on my most recent transition and try to provide some tips for dealing with it. Ok I was recently dating this girl I knew from way back. Things were going good and then after about a month of dating she hit me with the “Transition”!!! Maybe we should just be friends…..I was like WTF!!! Well that was just the beginning of the “Transition” because we went back and forth as lovers and friends for about another 2 weeks!! Finally, that was the end of the rocking chair phase. Friends is all it was going to be or there would be nothing at all. So I took the friend ticket. But unfortunately in my case she still wanted to go to the clubs with me on the weekends. So like a dummy, I brought her along one Friday night. The early part of the night was cool, but after the drinks hit me I thought to myself “I’m single and I can do whatever I want”!!! Since I happen to be a dancer I then made my way to the dance floor to dance with some hotties that had the eyes for me all night!!! To my surprise, I turn my head and I see my “friend” storming out the door in anger. I chased after her like a dog chasing a ball. Of course, she was upset that I was dancing with other women, but I as I remember it was her idea to make the “Transition”!! She eventually calmed down and we left the club. Exactly, one week later we are back in the exact same situation, but this time the roles are reversed!! I was cool with being her friend……,but I couldn’t handle seeing her mingling and dancing with this one guy all night. So again we left the club. I dropped her off and felt that maybe we should take a break and not go out with each other for a while. Great Idea!!

Well, last night was the first night we went out again as strictly friends….the “Transition” had finally been put in place. It was a great night. She didn’t mind me talking to other girls and I didn’t  mind her talking to other guys. And when someone asked if we were a couple…….we both replied “Just Friends”!

The moral of the story is that a “Transition” from lover to friend is hard. Give it sometime to set in. Don’t hang out immediately. Be aware that things will be different, be prepared for the newcomers, etc…. Remember that you are single and free to mingle with whomever you want but be respectful in her presence. I had to blog about this because it took me about 3 weeks to cope with this and I wanna help others progress faster.

Written by Teen Wolf

June 18, 2009 at 4:59 pm

Meddling you say??? Iranians taking a stand for CHANGE!!!

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The Iranian government says that us, the US are meddling. That we are sticking our noses in the wrong places, maybe even eve’s dropping. I think NOT!! Us Americans feel that something is wrong over there and we feel that this world is united because we are all human beings. We don’t like what we see on tv. We don’t like the way the election went down. Of course, you are overseas, but we have other means of helping our fellow earth inhabitors. The people that you feel are meddling are actually the people who abide by good morals and feel that something is seriously wrong with the election. We as Americans are helping innocent Iranians, protestors, opposition movements, and supporters of Moussavi.  Technology is too advanced and we will find a way to communicate with Iranian citizens. Our involvement with this crisis in Iran is helping Iranians stand up for what is right. They are speaking up about votes being stolen. Iranians want freedom, they want democracy not dictatorship.  No longer will they sit and be walked over. Some of us Americans feel the need to support them in there fight for a fair Iran. Americans keep tweeting and providing much needed info to the Iranians!! Keep up the good meddling US!!!

Written by Teen Wolf

June 17, 2009 at 9:51 pm

Iranian Buzz has Protestors putting on the Gloves

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Lately, my television has been on every reality show, but the news. Although I did hear about the Iran election, but didn’t think much of it. Well all that changed earlier today. Once I heard about the results, the protestors, the violence and especially all the tweets about Iran, then I knew something was wrong. Twitters trending topics were #IranElection, #Tehran, etc…. So I did a little research myself and found out that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad won over Mir-Hossein Mousavi. Ahmadinejad had won with 66% of the vote. This led to speculation that their were alleged irregularities during the vote, and some analysts and journalists from United States and United Kingdom based voiced some doubts about the authenticity of the results.

The protestors are outraged over this believed to be rigged election. Iranians are asking where is their votes??? These protests started out as a peaceful movement but as the sun rose and set it eventually made a turn for the worse….violence emerged!!! Rioting and fires broke out through the streets of Tehran. Demonstrators were chanting phrases such as “Down with the dictator”, “Death to the dictator”, and “Give us our votes back”. Mousavi, himself came out to rally with his supporters on June 15th. Competing rallies for Mousavi and for Ahmadinejad took place on 16 June. The pro-Ahmadinejad protesters, chanting the phrases “Death to America!” and “Death to Israel!”, outnumbered their opponents, but they did not match the numbers of opponents who had protested the day before. So we kind of have an idea who would win if a street fight broke out between the two……right, or do we??!! A recount is being considered, but Mousavi wants to redo the whole election because rumor has it that millions of ballets vanished during the original counting process……WTF!!!

Personally, I think this is outrageous. We have a guy who rigs the election and wins then we have to listen to his protestors claim that they hate America and Israel. Sounds familiar…..like former Pres. Bush beat Al Gore then brought war to Iraq!! Anyways this is getting out of hand because innocent people are losing lives and limbs. I know one thing for sure in this world……people’s morals need to be re-evaluated!!! All I can do to help is to inform, tweet, and pray. Good luck Iran!!!

Iranian Protestors being shot after Election

Written by Teen Wolf

June 17, 2009 at 7:36 am

Rose Above The Bush (Self-titled poem)

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DSCF0983I Rose above the Bush,

I rose above her bush,

I rose above our former president bush,

I rose with strength to take on every challenge,

I am still rising and it is my life that I am trying to balance,

I rose above hate with love,

I rise above because of what I am made of,

I rose above the streets to a higher learning,

I am still rising in America for a higher yearly earning,

I rise with my family through the pain,

I rise with my friends because we bond like a chain,

I rise on my own,

I rise to see a beautiful rose growing outside of my home,

I rose above the thorns that make me bleed ,

I am a man, but I make a statement like a rose indeed,

I Rose Above The Bush

Written by Teen Wolf

June 17, 2009 at 2:00 am

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