Monday, December 26, 2005

Tehran bus drivers on strike

These days that we are just busy with the Christmas parties and stuff like that, DoctorZIn and company on pick up a story on the Bus Drivers' Strike in the city of Tehran

It is indeed necessary to point at the fragile fabric of the Islamic regime of Iran!

Hundreds of the drivers of the Greater Tehran's Collective Buses were rounded up, today, in downtown Tehran. The drivers were intending to protest against their poor conditions and the arrest of several of their colleagues.

But I was thinking if more workers from different industries could join these sorts of strikes and help paralyze the Islamic regime.

Iranian workers, students and other elements of the society can have their own solidarity movement just like the Poland Solidarity Movement helped bring down the Communist government of Poland in 1980s

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