This weekend in Opinion Journal interview Reza Pahlavi talks about the need to support the fledgling Democracy movement in Iran;
"there is only one thing that the outside world can do, and that is to tell the regime: 'We are serious about supporting the people who are inside Iran who are against you.' That is the only thing that will make Mr. Khamenei [Iran's supreme leader] and everybody stand down. Because nothing else ruffles them. The only thing they are really scared of are the people themselves."
This along with stories from Winston over at The Spirit of Man about protests in the Iranian Colleges, Jason Lee Steorts piece in National Review (NR Digital subscription needed) and various bits from around the blogoshere.
But the real sad part is, it isn't enough.
Where is the daily national coverage on the nets about the brave Iranian dissidents?
Where is the union leadership in this country that supports Mansoor Osanloo the leader of the illegal bus drivers union who is still in prison?
Where is the Government in calling for the end of this horrible regime?
Where is the Left that is busy slandering Coke a Cola about union deaths in a nationalist war?
Where are you?