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  • Iranian Woman Shot to Death Caught On Camera *GRAPHIC*

    You must see this it will send chills down your spine.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjQxq...layer_embedded

    On Saturday, "Neda", a young Iranian woman watching the protests in Tehran, was allegedly shot by a Basij, dying in her father's arms. It was captured on video. Some say she may be the new face of the opposition movement.

  • #2
    It's a shame that when fighting for something righteous people get shot and killed. I guess it just shows how little advanced their government is. At least the people fight for what they believe in. If only it meant something to their government. I wonder how many more will die before something changes over there.
    "So in life, some enter the services of fame and others of money,
    but the best choice is that of these few who spend their time in the contemplation of nature,
    and as lovers of wisdom." - Pythagoras

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    • #3
      I'm curious as to what the outcome will be of all this. It's too many things to even describe.

      ---------- Post added at 02:37 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:21 PM ----------

      I find it odd how dis-interested this forum is with global affairs. You would think it would be a top priority to discuss our views on important matters but all people seem to want to do here is jerk eachothers egos off about auras and magical powers. Disappointing to see such a lack of indigo passion from a site that almost screams it from hallowed walls. Next stop, Spiritual Fads R' Us.

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      • #4
        People get de-sentized to it, I mean how many deaths do we hear about in a day. I mean the patriachal mindset is in every sound clip every film clip. But your right, Miami. It is important to force yourself to watch stuff like that though and really think about it. I suppose if its not in our backyard its too far away to concern with. But there are those who are fighting greater opposition in the world on a daily basis than many of us do in a lifetime, so it's important to include them in our prayers and inner connectedness. Thanks for posting it.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MiamiSound View Post
          I'm curious as to what the outcome will be of all this. It's too many things to even describe.

          ---------- Post added at 02:37 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:21 PM ----------

          I find it odd how dis-interested this forum is with global affairs. You would think it would be a top priority to discuss our views on important matters but all people seem to want to do here is jerk eachothers egos off about auras and magical powers. Disappointing to see such a lack of indigo passion from a site that almost screams it from hallowed walls. Next stop, Spiritual Fads R' Us.
          Unfortunately a lot of spiritually advanced people are too concerned with self than the world right now.
          Which is bad, yes. But the only reason I got more into the news is because my boyfriend showed me what's been going on. I think if you're out of the loop for a long time, you kind of forget there's more important things out there...
          "So in life, some enter the services of fame and others of money,
          but the best choice is that of these few who spend their time in the contemplation of nature,
          and as lovers of wisdom." - Pythagoras

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          • #6
            This is such a sad, sad real video caught on camera.

            What's even more sad is that this isn't the only person this is happening to. Many activists are getting shot dead in Iran.

            Awful :-\
            Indigo Society Founder
            Daniel Fischer

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            • #7
              Originally posted by MiamiSound View Post
              I find it odd how dis-interested this forum is with global affairs. You would think it would be a top priority to discuss our views on important matters but all people seem to want to do here is jerk eachothers egos off about auras and magical powers. Disappointing to see such a lack of indigo passion from a site that almost screams it from hallowed walls. Next stop, Spiritual Fads R' Us.
              Sometimes I think that it is the reality around us, the intensity of what is happening at every moment of every day that draws us here - to IS, to a place where it isn't shoved in your face all the time, where you can draw a breath without feeling the horror going on all around you, where you can discuss the "whys" and "wherefores" without the specifics.

              Don't get me wrong, it is a dreadful thing that happened, and should be treated with the attention and respect that is due, but getting mad about it, decrying specific governments and points of view isn't going to help matters any. Only in treating the cause of the problem, the hatred and seperation that fuels these sorts of horrors, can any real change be addressed. Until then the horror will be repeated, but with different faces.

              “What if you slept? And what if, in your sleep, you went to heaven and there plucked a strange and beautiful flower? And what if,when you awoke,you had the flower in your hand? Ah, what then?”
              ― Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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              • #8
                I am always concerned for the world.

                But when I watch news- it is incredibly biased and half assed.

                I always keep up-to-date but it depresses me because I can see the inherent patterns of where we are going....and it just aggravates me that many others are willing to look.

                Nothing that happens in global affairs astounds me or surprises me anymore, not so much because of de-sensitization, but because I can see where these "energies" underlying the "drama" are heading. And so far, it's not pretty.

                Oh some bigger banks bought out smaller banks. Well that's surprising (sarcasm).

                Obama wants to streamline global economic affairs and health care systems. That's surprising (sarcasm).

                Trouble in Iran? Not surprising....Special interests groups have been "trying to brew" something there for decades. And they could possibly be the next "Iraq."

                Imagery, conflicts, affairs are being manipulated and exploited by those who have similar agendas. There are causes and effects, and then there are those who are aware of both, analyzing, watching for the best course of action to "steer" another larger aspect of this cause-effect cycle.

                I am not speaking of direct manipulation, but subtle. There is an inherent program or pattern to the current affair of modern world affairs- in particular because of the mass ignorance and emotional turmoil of our global state. Because of this general "fear" underlying even in us Americans- it is quite easy to lead one another astray.

                I watched it and felt incredibly disturbed by this womans plight. I feel compassion, but I will not then "agree" for American interference in Iran through this kind of imagery. You see, America has been trying to meddle in Iran's policies (and has been) for decades. For corporate interests as well as other policies. "Conflicts" will be created between third world race groups and religions in order to create the crisis needed to be "solved."

                Similar to the modern day economic crisis.

                I hope everyone wakes up to these patterns at hand and learns to heal at the source, not the surface "effect."

                Take care.
                Last edited by AmentiHall; 06-22-2009, 03:52 PM.

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                • #9
                  I always keep up-to-date but it depresses me because I can see the inherent patterns of where we are going....and it just aggravates me that many others are willing to look.

                  I spend a lot of time discussing current events, but I pick my forums. Forums that have facile, bratile trollish, fools for any sort of attention that turn the topic to ME ME ME are not really the sort of forum I like to discuss such matters in. These sorts of victims are entitled to more respect. So I pick forums that have a more centered and interested type of person in them.

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                  • #10
                    For My Fallen Sister

                    A vocal sister of the silent Revolution...

                    A martyr's death the world witnessed...

                    How many will hear your cries dear sister?

                    How many saw your death, and what is to come?

                    Eyes to see, Ears to hear...

                    My fallen sister is calling still.
                    ************************************************** *****
                    Please...no agenda, she has affected me this deeply, just want to share my last respects to Neda in my way...this loosed the floodgate...
                    ~a whisper~

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                    • #11
                      Someone once told me, 'one of the keys to happiness, is to never feel sorry for anyone.' That has kinda stuck with me. The world is too full of misery. Misery that is not ours to own. In the end, we are fairly insignificant really. The best way I can influence the world is to work on balancing myself and in doing so inspire those around me. Mostly without even saying a word.

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                      • #12
                        That's two young female lives wasted in two weeks.

                        Sad. Just horribly, horribly sad.
                        ~earthling~

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                        • #13
                          She is a martyr end of story.

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                          • #14
                            Not end of story, this shit never ends.

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                            • #15
                              a man with a gun shoots an unarmed woman, hm, yes, sounds vaguely familiar.
                              ~earthling~

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