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Iran's supreme leader and proxy militias pray for late president and others dead in helicopter crash

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Mr Kipling

For millions including families of his victims are not sad and dressed in bright clothes.

I guess you only see the anti regime Iranians on CNN... You may be surprised to learn that many Iranians are very much for the so called "hard line" clerics and politicians. Imagine if you can Donald Trump dying in a helicopter crash. There would be mourning by some but celebration parties by others. Most Iranians are more respectful.

I don't watch CNN.

Trump is not known as the butcher of Washington. Ebrahim Raisi is the Butcher of Tehran because of the more than 5,000 victims he had executed.

Over 60% Of Iranians Want Transition From Islamic Republic

https://www.iranintl.com/en/202204015794

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For millions including families of his victims are not sad and dressed in bright clothes.

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Ramsey's KitchenToday 02:52 pm JST

Everyone knows Iran and Russia can bus in whatever crowd is needed.

How many buses did they use to get those hundreds of thousands in there, in your know it all expert opinion?

Whatever it takes. No expense is spared in scummy regimes to put on a show of legitimacy.

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RichardPearceMay 23 06:46 pm JST

Everyone knows Iran and Russia can bus in whatever crowd is needed.

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It is interesting how pictures and footage of what was called 'millions of protesters' when 'green' thugs were running wild assaulting unarmed police and any citizens that weren't cowed after the 'disputed' reelection of Ahmadinejad, and any other occasion that we were told indicated 'unhappiness with the regime' seems so sparse when compared to the pictures and footage of 'thousands' of mourners for the funeral of an expert in international law and head of the successful efforts to quickly create and manufacture an internationally used Covid vaccine.

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Hundreds of thousands of mourners. A very sad day.

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For millions including families of his victims are not sad and dressed in bright clothes.

I guess you only see the anti regime Iranians on CNN... You may be surprised to learn that many Iranians are very much for the so called "hard line" clerics and politicians. Imagine if you can Donald Trump dying in a helicopter crash. There would be mourning by some but celebration parties by others. Most Iranians are more respectful.

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Everyone knows Iran and Russia can bus in whatever crowd is needed.

How many buses did they use to get those hundreds of thousands in there, in your know it all expert opinion?

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Whatever it takes. No expense is spared in scummy regimes to put on a show of legitimacy.

Got anything to prove that the hundreds of thousands / millions of Iranians mourning their president are a bused in rent a crowd? Or is it just bunk as usual?

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