Before the election the media or the rest of the world couldn’t care less about Iran, we would rather nuke it. But that was before something happened in Iran – president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad fixed the vote. Big deal, that always happened in Iran, so why the difference?
Now the large net-companies like Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, Flickr and other popular services fights over your input on Iran – is it because their eager to spread the word to help Iran or is it to make easy money?
Many feel that the world wide financial crisis is over, is that the reason why sudden people starts to care about others? I’ve read a few discussion where many say that during financial crises people tend to close their receivers and concentrate on surviving – I guess that is a human function we have to accept.
Many youngsters in Iran say that they want to be like the rest of the world, they want democracy. They saw hope in Mir Hussein Mousavi. Is this the reason for the sudden interest in Iran? The world saw hope for a country but then it was crushed by a terrible dictator?
Many say that Mousavi is no better than the sitting president, even Obama thinks that there is not much different between Mousavi and Ahmadinejad.
So why the sudden interest? Is it only because we care? I find it difficult to believe.
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