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Dakho Dakho replied to comment:

You people are the one who still don't know who is the biggest contractor in the country. Your first exercise in reality should be to identify the main obstacle to economic growth in Iran, the government, and especially Sepah. But all you could see is sanctions. As if other than sanctions everything else in our economy is just fine.
What paying of monthly pension checks? How many family members do you have whose benefits hasn't been cut? Where do you people live? Haven't you seen, heard or read about all the pensioners protesting against non-payments? How about all those rounds of elimination of subsidies? The corruption in billions by Mortazavi at the pension fund?
It seems you're the one who could use a reality check.
Iran has been in a perpetual state of emergency since 1979, moving from one emergency and crisis to the next and that's basically how the government has survived so far. Read more

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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy replied to comment:

let's debate mullahs exact place later : )
for now let's agree their place is out of government and where, leave me to think about that a little, I will get back with you on that. The Medieval treatment they have dished our on the people is far too barbaric to mention, yet it must be said of this torturing, raping, evil doing ideology of theft and corruption in the name of god, they will know justice as the voices of Iranians demands it, no place on earth is safe for them. Read more

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irajkhan iraj khan posted a comment:

A thorough and interesting report:

"..Konya is a good starting place en route to other sites in Turkey, such as Cappadocia, known for its otherworldly landscapes and Byzantine churches..)

And then go to Shiraz and read Hafez.. Read more

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Dakho Dakho replied to comment:

Referring to all those avatars that argue the same point, after a short while you all sound the same, you know who I'm talking about.
And cousin I got news for you; the economy has already collapsed. It has collapsed for millions of Iranian living in sub standard conditions a long while ago and it's just getting worse. The problem with you people is two fold, all your info on Iran is from "UN, World Bank, WTO, IMF..." with zero backing from Iran's own center for statistics or other Iranian sources. But it's not only lack of credible data about Iranian economy, it's also a nonunderstanding of its uniqueness and specifies.
You still didn't clarify what is "burning money and wealth in creating expensive revolutions!" suppose to mean?
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P.Galenous P_J. replied to comment:

Let's get real, and leave the esoteric world of politics, in favor of the exercise in reality. Agree with your take in long term, but we might be dealing with a looming short term disaster. Iran is a welfare state with millions of retirees...who will be paying their monthly checks?

Your economic take is unrealistic as well as esoteric! Iran is in a state of emergency and can't afford the luxury of imagining a utopian life, unfortunately! Read more

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newsjunkie4 newsjunkie replied to comment:

You can't achieve anything in Iran with the current leaders at the helm. They are thieves with big guns and not very educated or savvy at all. How are you going to make them step aside and give up their looting and the power that comes with it.

The stats are horrific:

http://www.radiofarda.com/content/f3-women-job-market-shrinks-iran/26650853.html

Official poverty line is $1000 but 90% of workers live below poverty line:
http://www.radiofarda.com/content/f9-iran-mp-says-90-percent-iranian-workers-below-poverty-line/26520950.html

http://www.radiofarda.com/content/f9-iran-oil-derrick/26650991.html

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12Petals 12 Petals posted a comment:

الگویی دلخواه برای گفت و شنود

برگردان پارسی‌ این پروژه ترویجی و تشویقی حقوق بشر را از طریق این لینک‌ میتوانید مشاهده نمائید:
http://goo.gl/6LB91b

Persian version of this culture of human rights and responsibilities advocacy project can be viewed here:
http://goo.gl/6LB91b
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P.Galenous P_J. replied to comment:

First of who were you referring to, by giving us the "you" antecedent??!! In the imaginary perfect world that everything works perfectly, you would be right, but unfortunately we are light years from that. By wasting Iran's hard earned money on creating revolutions outside the country and completely unrelated to us is just what it meant. You can easily have economic reform without political reform, per juvus, which I agree with! So we should start spending money where we can have returns with profit or this weak economy would collapse on it's own weight and soon. Read more

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amirparvizforsecularmonarchy amirparvizforsecularmonarchy replied to comment:

baba you can't have your cake and eat, if you want democracy and then you expect it to be any better quality than this you are kidding yourself, this is what the low quality democracies produce, they got the resources, that they are incompetent is a fact of life, you put crap in, you are going to get crap out. Some people, which are civilized and cultured, like us Iranians minus (the mullahs), do better with monarchy. Metaphorically speaking and not literally so, I say we hang by the balls the mullahs and all their supporters and then it will be aid in Iran again. Read more

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irajkhan iraj khan posted a comment:

Powerful and entertaining.
A clever montage of sounds and sights, thanks for posting here.

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