A reader notes:

This is a video from University of Ghazvin on Dec. 7th, a city 3 hours west of Tehran. There is an amazing chant at the first 20 seconds that is very nostalgic for Iranians. During the 1979 revolution, in response to Shah changing Prime Ministers every other month to calm the revolutionaries, the chant went like this: “We are saying we don’t want the Shah himself, he changes Prime Minister" … Now they are saying: "We are saying we don’t want the Shah himself, they changed the name and call it Rahbar (Supreme Leader)" ..

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