We, the 70 million people of Iran, hereby joyfully and unequivocally declare that your time has come to an end,
and we demand that you submit to the will of the Iranian people and peacefully surrender the power to its
rightful owners, the people of Iran, immediately. We no longer consider you our legitimate government and
hereby warn all foreign governments that all transactions, and contracts signed with this government after June
16, 2005, will be null and void. ...
Your own meaningless and rigged elections will be your undoing. You have until the 16th of June, 2005 to
return power to the people, and forever leave our beloved Iran. Should you be so unwise to stay, on the 17th
day of June, the Election Day, we shall prepare for your demise as we stay at home, once again, to declare our
solidarity. Beginning on June18th and every day thereafter, we shall strike like a furious flood to cleanse our
nation from your filthy existence. We will come out in our millions to demolish your entirety with our will. We
shall start national strikes, interrupt communication and transportation networks, seize the capital, government
buildings and the banks and if you have been so foolish to stay behind, you will experience our rage.
Retribution will be swift for those who stay behind and stand in our way.
USA Today: US to invest in Iranian freedom. Via Regime Change Iran, this article from USA Today reports that the US Government is going to spend Federal funds to promote democracy in Iran:
Congress has appropriated $3 million, and the State Department is inviting proposals from "educational institutions, humanitarian groups, non-governmental organizations and individuals inside Iran to support the advancement of democracy and human rights," according to an announcement posted Friday on the Web site of the State Department's Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor.
Reminder: Sign the "True Security" Regime Change Petition. Officially endorsed by Free Iran, this petition calls on the US Government to act in the common best interests of the American and Iranian peoples. If you haven't signed it yet, please take a moment to do so:
True Security Begins with Regime Change in Iran