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December 24 2015

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The US "hostages" of 1979 in Iran have been promised a $4.4 million compensation for having been spying on the country they were allowed to reside in as diplomats.

With this kind of commitment, or forced law by the President of the United States, Iran's revolution has been reduced to nothing.

Also it shows that many in the executive branch in Iran are totally happy with the slow dismantling of this historical movement.

On the eve of the 30 of December (9th Dey) anniversary which brought millions of people to the streets in protest to the sceptics of the revolution during the last Presidential elections in Iran, and despite the will of the people it shows that the "fitna" was successful.

The termites have slowly reached the core of the tree which bloomed and bore fruit for 80 million people.


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