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  1. […] image posted in this post was taken on 30th Tir, an uprising in support of Mossadeq’s bid to remove from the control of […]

  2. […] More about 30th Tir here. […]

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  6. […] exclusively for them while the Iranian oil labourers and other natives lived in abject poverty in shanty towns built on toxic land devoid of clean water which the British considered a luxury not necessary for […]

  7. […] project I’ve taken upon myself to re-write by hand the entire text of the now-declassified CIA report which was written by one of the coup’s original designers less than a year later for the […]

  8. […] agreement, AIOC and the British Government (which owned 51% of it) dragged their feet and played games and called Iranians “greedy” and AIOC’s presence in Iran a “civilizing […]

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  10. […] pressure to write the words slowly one by one I know that the bureaucratic language of the “gentleman spy” is a facade for the violence that the US-UK intervention unleashed in Iran as it aborted a […]

  11. […] assert Iranian sovereignty over our land and its resources including that most sought-after of all, oil. The 1953 coup followed several years of grass roots movement including labour strikes against […]

  12. […] sought-after of all, oil. The 1953 coup followed several years of grass roots movement including labour strikes against British ownership of the oil industry and the 1952 nationalization implemented by the […]

  13. […] a US supplier, then I had to wait for the red crayons which were out of stock, then there was the paper crisis, then there were various proposals to be written, then there was the website (this one and for […]

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  15. […] Watch Ouster Remixed in its entirety as performed on March 1, 2013 at the opening of the exhibition Time Lapsed at A Space Gallery in Toronto, courtesy of http://headquarters.opinionware.net/video-stream/. […]

  16. […] Thatcher gushed that Suharto was “one of our very best and most valuable friends.) The CIA trained the security forces of the Shah of Iran – the notorious Savak, who engaged in vicious torture techniques against their own people. […]