Friday, June 26, 2009

Green Balloon Friday for Iran

''They may shoot our balloons but at least we can be happy that no one dies.''

18 comments:

B Squared said...

Solidarity !!!

Dina said...

Seeing more and more green balloons floating in the blogosphere today, I feel even we are a tiny part of the revolution. Glad you are at the forefront.

Julie said...

Keep up the excellent support, JM. The world is watching. Bloggers are supporting.

Babzy said...

Thanks for sharing !

henny said...

May the tragedy get over soon.

Pam said...

Thanks for speaking for those who can't speak for themselves, JM.
One can make a difference!

Jacob said...

Things seem to be getting worse...I see this morning the Ayatollahs are calling for "harsh" punishment for the protesters!

Not good.

Jacob said...

Oops! I made a mistook. The Ayatollahs have called for punishing the protest "leaders."

Asta said...

HI JM,

Thank you for enlighting me about Lisbon. It's very interesting. Lisbon is now on my places-I-must-visit list-:)

May the leaders of Iran come to their senses - soon.

Best regards
Asta

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello dear JM!
Many thanks for update all information!
great post!
God bless you
Léia

=^.^= thanks so much for your kind comments and so great words in my blog! You are cool JM!!!! peace and love dear friend by Luna(from Brazil)

cieldequimper said...

Michael Jackson might just posthumously be the regime's best friend, news coverage seems to have dwindled, at least here.

Virginia said...

Keep up the good work JM! We won't blink!
V

Pagan Sphinx said...

On behalf of freedom and human rights, I will participate. Thank you for doing this for your friend and the Iranian people. I have a blogger friend from there as well but I'm not sure if she has been in Iran through this scenario. I've been so busy that I've forgotten to check on her. Thank you for reminding me!

All the best,
Gina

Babooshka said...

Very evocative image and the cause behind we should all support. This really hits home with me as my partner, the artist, is also a Political Cartoonist, formerly of the BBC. He has occasionally been censored but have never once feared for his life for any image attacking the government of the UK. Now imagine if he had been Iranian what would have happened to him. Well done for this and all the other work you have done re a certain situation.

humanobserver said...

You can't kill the freedom and human rights through bullets.

nobu said...

Thanks for info.

Small City Scenes said...

Thank you!
MB

Mo said...

Have you had any more news?