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kdawson from the guy-drawing-the-dirty-pictures dept.
GigsVT writes "Editors on Wikipedia are engaged in an epic battle over a few piece of paper smeared with ink. The 10 inkblot images that form the classic Rorschach test have fallen into the public domain, and so including them on Wikipedia would seem to be a simple choice. However, some editors have cited the American Psychological Association's statement that exposure of the images to the public is an unethical act, since prior exposure to the images could render them ineffective as a psychological test. Is the censorship of material appropriate, when the public exposure to that material may render it useless?"
I'm sorry to say to you, but you are f****d:-( Simply put - your government & religion leaders has hard control over military (both official and semi-official IRGC) and you don't have total-majority (80-90%) of population on your side, not speaking about military leaders. Your only chance to do bloody revolution, but how history teaches us, there is only a little chance that it will lead in long-term peaceful solution.