It’s Been 12 Hours and I Still Can’t Think of a Title

This BBC article describing the television footage of Americans accused of spying in Iran contains an extremely odd sentence.

The programme alternated between their “confessions” and dramatic pictures of the so-called Velvet Revolutions in eastern Europe to suggest there was a US-led plot to overthrow the Iranian government.

I can’t tell if this a misjudgment by the creator of the film, a sign of public opinion towards the Velvet revolution, or just an indication that people would not associate the pictures with anything other than scenes of unrest. Update: Part Two here.


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