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Still trying to get a better idea of what's happening in Iran right now. In the meantime here's a piece by an Iranian communist in Tehran on the struggles of early 2018.
We are publishing this dispatch direct from an activist in Iran, trying to make some sense of the current wave of protests. The situation is moving so quickly, and the protests sufficiently diffuse,...
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libcom.org Nov 17
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And as I posted that, this via anon: "Just wanted to say that this time protests are more complicated and radicalized than 2018. There is no accurate analysis but the protests are very very widespread. Many banks and police stations have been destroyed countrywide."
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libcom.org Nov 17
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"It was exploded just yesterday. Friday the government declared the petrol price hike and yesterday protesters came to streets. but today the internet connections are blocked countrywide. We use vpns and info transfer is really hard"
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libcom.org Nov 17
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Farsi language account that is collating some videos, although the account is being very clear that they're just finding the videos and can't verify dates/locations yet.
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libcom.org Nov 17
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Another video. Lots of banks and police stations getting burned all over the place, not sure which this is.
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libcom.org Nov 17
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English twitter is usually incredibly bad on Iran - not many accounts, and the ones out there often turn out to be associated with MEK. But there is a farsi twitter and you only need to locate the right hashtag to get a bit more. This seems like the main one:
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Krumpo Nov 17
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Iranian Internet has been severed
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