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Via Robert Mackey come pictures of 13 Iranian banknotes re-purposed by the Iranian opposition:

Anti-government activists are not allowed to express themselves in [the] Iranian media, so these activists have taken their expressions to another high circulation mass-medium, banknotes. The Central Bank of Iran has tried to take these banknotes out of circulation, but there are just too many of them, and gave up. For the activists it’s a way of saying, “We are here, and the green movement is going on.”

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