Friday, June 19, 2009

Thoughts on Iran, June 20 2009 10:57PM

I think there will be a massacre today in the streets of Tehran.

I am deeply proud of the courage and dedication shown by the protesters. I feel honored to be able to witness their courage and sacrifice.

I think the regime is not using the army and the revolutionary guards because they would turn to the opposition. If there is widespread death today, the army and revolutionary guards will swing into action. No doubt of that. I am sure they are getting everything ready in the barracks for a long fight.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Iran power struggle switching sides?

5:52 PM Pacific time.

Personal opinion from web-wide look:

The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran will be replaced, as well as Ahmadinejad.

The police and army will side with peaceful demonstrators and Basiji will be blamed for worst of violence, shootings.

Iran will remain Islamic country, but with a much better understanding of democracy.
I fear the government of Iran is planning a massive crackdown on its own citizens, which will result in much bloodshed.

Iran

I'm following the news out of Iran on twitter on #iranelection.

The rest of the news media are playing catchup.

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Lessons in Leadership from the USS Nimitz

http://blogs.openforum.com/2009/06/10/top-ten-lessons-from-the-us-navy-what-you-can-learn-on-an-aircraft-carrier-at-sea/

Impressive.

No wonder we're safe.

Wednesday, June 03, 2009