Day 64 of Iranian Revolution
*Day 64 of Revolution in Iran*
"In the name of the God of Rainbows."
The collective imagination of Iranians worldwide has been captured by these opening words from an innocent, beautiful 10-year old, Kian Pirfalak, in a home vidoe.
"I have made this boat for a science competition," Kian holds up a boat he has made from used ice cream wood sticks and other household items.
He winds up his little boat, puts it in a tub of water, and voila -- the boat moves!
"We, therefore, conclude that it works."
Kian was shot dead by the Iranian regime, along with his father, on their way home from school, just a couple days ago -- as protests continue to rage across Iran, with non-stop and increasing frequency.
"God of Rainbows" has become a rallying cry across Iran -- and Iranians worldwide are building colorful boats in memory of Kian.
Kian's dream was to be a robotics engineer.
Since the revolution erupted, the Iranian "government" has killed an average of one child, and five adults, a day.
Just like in Ukraine, this road has been bloody and long -- and just like in Ukraine, the lines between good and evil have rarely been clearer.