>Standing up against a sea of troubles is never easy. But how many people have the courage to do what this young woman here did?
I am not about to discuss the political aspects of the picture, because this is not what struck about it. My first impression, like many of you, was ‘WOW! This girl has guts!!’
Not too many people have the courage to stand up against their oppressors; the beaten woman, the abused child, the underpaid employee usually end up just taking it laying down.
We always need little inspirational tidbits, be it a quote, an article, or a picture. I think this is as moving as the ‘Shoe’ journalist who tossed at G. W. Bush what he deserved.
The imagery of it is beautiful too. Look at the girl, veiled, so small, and standing up against a huge crowd, a big car, and the one of the most oppressive b political forces in the world: the Iranian president. Ahmadinejad is looking as pretentious as ever, arrogant, and surrounded by bodyguards who could not protect him from this woman’s courage.
I received this in an email titled “woman of the year”. Well said.
This girl SERIOUSLY got game!!