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Scores of hardline Iranian university students gathered outside the British embassy in Tehran today to condemn Britain’s 'savage' suppression of a 'popular uprising' against the 'dictatorial royal regime of England'.

Many chose to wear masks of Mark Duggan, the man shot dead by police that sparked the riots, during their state-sponsored protest while others displayed placards.

One poster brought by a protester said 'Death to the corrupt British monarchy' while another proclaimed 'Royal wedding equals economic austerity.'

Police were on hand to ensure that events did not turn violent.

Since last week's protests, Tehran has seized on the turmoil created by the riots to make propaganda against London, who have angered the Islamic republic by being a leading critic of its human rights record.

Despite their supposed horror at the mayhem in British cities, Iranian officials have also made it clear they have no desire to see it end.

The head of Iran’s Basij street militia, Brigadier Mohammad Reza Naghdi, predicted on Saturday that the 'popular awakening' in Britain was 'just the beginning' and it 'would spread to the heart of Europe'.

And a senior parliamentarian, Parviz Sorouri, said: 'The world is now coming to the conclusion that Western civilisation has no foundation and is unreal.'

In the past week, Iran’s authoritarian regime has teased London with offers to send human rights observers to Britain.

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It's amazing how connected the world is in certain respects, a brudda from north London is the face of a protest in Tehran.

Crazy.

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Scores of hardline Iranian university students gathered outside the British embassy in Tehran today to condemn Britain’s 'savage' suppression of a 'popular uprising' against the 'dictatorial royal regime of England'.

Many chose to wear masks of Mark Duggan, the man shot dead by police that sparked the riots, during their state-sponsored protest while others displayed placards.

One poster brought by a protester said 'Death to the corrupt British monarchy' while another proclaimed 'Royal wedding equals economic austerity.'

Police were on hand to ensure that events did not turn violent.

Since last week's protests, Tehran has seized on the turmoil created by the riots to make propaganda against London, who have angered the Islamic republic by being a leading critic of its human rights record.

Despite their supposed horror at the mayhem in British cities, Iranian officials have also made it clear they have no desire to see it end.

The head of Iran’s Basij street militia, Brigadier Mohammad Reza Naghdi, predicted on Saturday that the 'popular awakening' in Britain was 'just the beginning' and it 'would spread to the heart of Europe'.

And a senior parliamentarian, Parviz Sorouri, said: 'The world is now coming to the conclusion that Western civilisation has no foundation and is unreal.'

In the past week, Iran’s authoritarian regime has teased London with offers to send human rights observers to Britain.

you gotta love our media and how they frame their news.

Iran may be authoritarian but you will get more information about the main issues in the UK on press TV than any British channel. especially regarding finance and foreign policy.

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Scores of hardline Iranian university students gathered outside the British embassy in Tehran today to condemn Britain’s 'savage' suppression of a 'popular uprising' against the 'dictatorial royal regime of England'.

lol

The news got mistranslated somewhere.

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It's amazing how connected the world is in certain respects, a brudda from north London is the face of a protest in Tehran.

Crazy.

Seeing those masks were like a mind fuck.

I thought to myself I recognise the face but the setting was clearly not this country, nutz.

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lol @ the article claiming iranian propaganda when all the uk media seem to put out these days is propaganda, disgusting.

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Thought this thread gonna be about TrannyGate, swear answers are still needed

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It's amazing how connected the world is in certain respects, a brudda from north London is the face of a protest in Tehran.

Crazy.

Exactly wat I ws finkin...

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Those pics are very moving.

I actually thought that was in London.

Until I read the article.

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+flojos post too

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It's amazing how connected the world is in certain respects, a brudda from north London is the face of a protest in Tehran.

Crazy.

Trust

Man like Duggan becoming the V for Vendetta mask

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Scores of hardline Iranian university students gathered outside the British embassy in Tehran today to condemn Britain’s 'savage' suppression of a 'popular uprising' against the 'dictatorial royal regime of England'.

Many chose to wear masks of Mark Duggan, the man shot dead by police that sparked the riots, during their state-sponsored protest while others displayed placards.

One poster brought by a protester said 'Death to the corrupt British monarchy' while another proclaimed 'Royal wedding equals economic austerity.'

Police were on hand to ensure that events did not turn violent.

Since last week's protests, Tehran has seized on the turmoil created by the riots to make propaganda against London, who have angered the Islamic republic by being a leading critic of its human rights record.

Despite their supposed horror at the mayhem in British cities, Iranian officials have also made it clear they have no desire to see it end.

The head of Iran’s Basij street militia, Brigadier Mohammad Reza Naghdi, predicted on Saturday that the 'popular awakening' in Britain was 'just the beginning' and it 'would spread to the heart of Europe'.

And a senior parliamentarian, Parviz Sorouri, said: 'The world is now coming to the conclusion that Western civilisation has no foundation and is unreal.'

In the past week, Iran’s authoritarian regime has teased London with offers to send human rights observers to Britain.

Source??

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The Family of Mark Duggan Will Be Inviting Everybody To CLUB CUCCI 9a Parade, High Road, Wood Green, London N22 6DS (11pm-5am)... THIS FRIDAY 23RD SEPTEMBER 2011.......

This Event Will Be Dedicated To Mark Duggan & Will Be A Celebration Of His Life As Well As Incorporating The Joint Birthday Of Starrish Mark & His Fiancee Semone (Princess) Wilson.... Everyone Is Invited.... This Is A Party Celebrating Mark's Life With All Proce...eds Going Directly To The Duggan Family.....

Music By London's Finest Playing The Best In Bashment, R&B, Hip-Hop, Funky House & Much More Include!!!!!

ROB (IBIZA) WALLACE

LADY RI-RI

DJ DACE & ROCKY BOSS

WEIGHTY J

ULTIMATE DESIRE

GOLDSTAR MUZIK

X-TASION FAMILY

DJ COREY

STRICTLY VIBES

DJ CHAM

DJ CHICKEN

DJ KIRK

NICK SMOOD

PARADISE HITSQUAD

AND MANY MANY MORE!!!!!

NOT FORGETTING A WHO'S WHO OF THE UK'S TOP URBAN ARTISTS...

DOORS: 11PM - 5AM

DRESS CODE: NO HOODIES, CAPS, TRACKSUITS

BEHAVIOR: EXCELLENT (HAVE RESPECT)

LADIES 18+ GENTS 21+ (CLUB POLICY) I.D MAYBE REQUIRED

DOOR DONATIONS: EVERYONE £10 // LADIES £5 BEFORE 12.30

Semone & the Duggan family would like to thank everyone for there support, tell a friend to tell a friend and come out and celebrate the life of Mark Duggan (R.I.P)

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Scores of hardline Iranian university students gathered outside the British embassy in Tehran today to condemn Britain’s 'savage' suppression of a 'popular uprising' against the 'dictatorial royal regime of England'.

Many chose to wear masks of Mark Duggan, the man shot dead by police that sparked the riots, during their state-sponsored protest while others displayed placards.

One poster brought by a protester said 'Death to the corrupt British monarchy' while another proclaimed 'Royal wedding equals economic austerity.'

Police were on hand to ensure that events did not turn violent.

Since last week's protests, Tehran has seized on the turmoil created by the riots to make propaganda against London, who have angered the Islamic republic by being a leading critic of its human rights record.

Despite their supposed horror at the mayhem in British cities, Iranian officials have also made it clear they have no desire to see it end.

The head of Iran’s Basij street militia, Brigadier Mohammad Reza Naghdi, predicted on Saturday that the 'popular awakening' in Britain was 'just the beginning' and it 'would spread to the heart of Europe'.

And a senior parliamentarian, Parviz Sorouri, said: 'The world is now coming to the conclusion that Western civilisation has no foundation and is unreal.'

In the past week, Iran’s authoritarian regime has teased London with offers to send human rights observers to Britain.

Source??

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2025973/UK-riots-Iranians-protest-police-savagery-crackdown.html

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Tis a shame how it's been swept under the carpet.

was always gonna happen,

the riots that followed the murder, just gave them something to push the real issue off the front pages, as we saw on the monday after he was killed, (when the news reporting that he didnt fire at police was only on the 4th page)

and now they're probably saying "ohh we cant reveal too much as it might insight social unrest"

Those pics are very moving.

I actually thought that was in London.

Until I read the article.

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+flojos post too

Lol at thinking London on a whole give a shit,

"another toothpick"

sadly

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The Family of Mark Duggan Will Be Inviting Everybody To CLUB CUCCI 9a Parade, High Road, Wood Green, London N22 6DS (11pm-5am)... THIS FRIDAY 23RD SEPTEMBER 2011.......

This Event Will Be Dedicated To Mark Duggan & Will Be A Celebration Of His Life As Well As Incorporating The Joint Birthday Of Starrish Mark & His Fiancee Semone (Princess) Wilson.... Everyone Is Invited.... This Is A Party Celebrating Mark's Life With All Proce...eds Going Directly To The Duggan Family.....

Music By London's Finest Playing The Best In Bashment, R&B, Hip-Hop, Funky House & Much More Include!!!!!

ROB (IBIZA) WALLACE

LADY RI-RI

DJ DACE & ROCKY BOSS

WEIGHTY J

ULTIMATE DESIRE

GOLDSTAR MUZIK

X-TASION FAMILY

DJ COREY

STRICTLY VIBES

DJ CHAM

DJ CHICKEN

DJ KIRK

NICK SMOOD

PARADISE HITSQUAD

AND MANY MANY MORE!!!!!

NOT FORGETTING A WHO'S WHO OF THE UK'S TOP URBAN ARTISTS...

DOORS: 11PM - 5AM

DRESS CODE: NO HOODIES, CAPS, TRACKSUITS

BEHAVIOR: EXCELLENT (HAVE RESPECT)

LADIES 18+ GENTS 21+ (CLUB POLICY) I.D MAYBE REQUIRED

DOOR DONATIONS: EVERYONE £10 // LADIES £5 BEFORE 12.30

Semone & the Duggan family would like to thank everyone for there support, tell a friend to tell a friend and come out and celebrate the life of Mark Duggan (R.I.P)

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man was a raver so der holdin a rave on his bday, not really strange

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Is it really a donation or some money making business? next we will see t-shirts, hoodies and caps being sold at out nearest outlet.

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