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Iran net outage first to effectively isolate a whole nation

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By FRANK BAJAK

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Iranians figured out how the CIA has been instigating protests (Arab Spring, HK, Ukraine, Bolivia etc.) via the internet and wisely took action.

The regime change playbook is getting old.

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 Approval by the 193-member assembly in December is thus virtually certain.

Why “thus”? I don’t understand how the writer came to this conclusion.

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the government shut down access to the rest of the world 

Russia's partner Iran is another example of an authoritarian state that uses its powers to control the lives of its people. Blocking access to information, controlling the media: Brave New World now.

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Iranians figured out how the CIA has been instigating protests (Arab Spring, HK, Ukraine, Bolivia etc.) via the internet and wisely took action.

Governments should first look at the mirror for the problems their people's face, before blaming it on outside forces.

Governments who are afraid to look at the mirror and can't even look at themselves in the eye are weak.

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