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Radio Farda voicemails and comments to Facebook from June 23.
If we resist, the codetta government will nullify the results of the election.
It was clear that the Guardians Council will not cancel the results. The leader had already approved it; the rest is clear.
Mr. Khamenei, Mr. Ahmadinejad: If you aren't scared at the current problem, so why have you jammed all radio stations and satellite channels?
Why have you blocked public communications?
Why did you expel all foreign journalists from Iran?
You did it because you want nobody to understand what you are doing now in Iran.
Mr. Khamenei, are you really aware of what you are doing now in Iran?
You killed our people?
You must answer on Judgment Day?
You killed my child, you killed my child.
I am calling you from Zanjan [in northwest Iran].... I really feel sorry for Mr. Ahmadinejad, who is like a doll in the hands of Khamenei, and I feel sorrier for Mr. Hashemi Rafsanjani, who encouraged Mr. Musavi and is just watching events.
I tried to contact state television to express my opinion, but I did not manage to do it. Therefore, I say here to Radio Farda: We are looking for reform, we are not looking to overthrow the whole system.
OK, we imagine Ahmadinejad was the real winner of election. So what was the necessity of violence?
Who first started firing on people in Azadi Square?
Were they the Israelis and British forces?
I really do not know how easily they can forget such tragedy.