Eyeless in Tehran

Press TV should be ashamed of running such crude and embarrassing propaganda. The channel couldn’t have found a better way to insult its audience. Neda Agha Soltan’s killing was an outrage; to try to cover it up in such a shoddy manner merely adds insult to the injury. Press TV has provided excellent coverage in Gaza and elsewhere. If it is to remain credible, it will have to assert its independence and put a distance between itself and its sponsors.

2 thoughts on “Eyeless in Tehran”

  1. Dear Iranian expats attempting to bring ‘democracy’ to their beloved nation – if it means killing it.

    This pathology is abnormal. But that’s because it is quite impossible to perform brain surgery on oneself. So here is an unsolicited favor to the Iranian Expats in Diaspora. Do return the favor, earnestly, if you can:

    Letter to an Iranian Expatriate on the Iranian Question October 23, 2009

    I composed this letter especially with you in mind, dear Iranian expat. living in the West. I feel it might be of at least some interest to you. Please share it with your many Persian as well as Occidental friends, colleagues, co-workers, and also family members living in the West. It examines the Iranian Question which has been prominent in the Western newsmedia ever since 911. But of late, the war-rhetoric is rapidly ratcheting up in many a public relations campaign of the Mighty Wurlitzer and is imperiling almost everyone’s commonsense.


    Zahir Ebrahim
    Project Humanbeingsfirst.org

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