To reinvigorate declining sales figures and lure back the lost customers, companies usually try to find out the cause and remedy it.
However, there are some which try to take the easy way out, repackaging the old product and presenting it as new and improved. And there are those companies which stand by their product and try to change the customers’ taste.
Of the three methods, the first one is the most successful and the last one has the least chance of success.
Observing the internal factional infighting in IRR, the Islamist Rapist Republic, one cannot resist the analogy of trying to sale an old unpopular product.
The problem is what the “reformist” faction of IRR does is basically the repackaging of their old snake oil, i.e. reforming the Islamist beast though the same “constitution” and the same set of messianic belief and dogma. It seems even with all the funds at their disposal to have satellite TV channel(s) and multiple sites and other outlets, not that many new or old customers are buying it.
And the winning IRR faction is into sticking with the same product as is and trying to change the customer’s mind about its benefits and growth potential.
It is time to throw all the Islamist bums out and retire them for good. Iran and Iranians deserve better and time is ripe to go for the best and not settle for the least bad.