The Morning Report 7/26/21

Good morning, kids. It’s a link-a-palooza to start off the week, and a number of interesting things are happening. First, while the mass, unprecedented protesting in Cuba has died down, at least insofar as it’s off the front page and no doubt the thugs in Havana have put out the fire (for now; the situation and hate for the regime will smolder regardless), the oppressed people of Iran are reaching a breaking point with the medieval throwbacks lording over them.  Iran is in the midst of its worst drought in 50 years, which has led to a shortage of water. Along with the rolling blackouts, 50 percent inflation, and soul-destroying fundamentalism, the Iranian people may have reached their limit and have taken to the streets demanding a change in government. . .. . . What makes the protests significant is that the Iranian people are making a strong statement about the recently elected government headed by the fanatical jurist Ebrahim Raisi. Raisi is one of the regime’s chief enforcers, having greenlighted thousands of executions during the 1980s. The protesters know his record and what his election means to their chances for any meaningful reforms going forward. . .. . . Whether…

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The Morning Report 7/26/21

Updated: July 26, 2021 — 10:26 am