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What if Iran prefers to live peacefully? (Part 21)
khalid Aljasir

What if Iran prefers to live peacefully?


 The meeting of the presidential candidate, Mohsen Mehralizadeh, with Hassan Khomeini, grandson of the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, on the anniversary of his grandfather's death, to discuss current issues in Iran and the presidential elections. Hassan Khomeini is working as an instrument of support for this terrorist regime against a helpless people. He is further stirring up differences and ethnocentrism and breaking Iranian unity on basic rights, such as the cost of living and the fight against corruption. He says: "poverty is decimating Iran, and the solution to the economic problem is not economic, but political." He warns of the social breakdown and the spreading of the phenomena of divorce and addiction and also called for the release of the leaders of the reformist movement under house arrest without any court decision. That said, an important question remains, if his grandfather and his revolutionary terrorist guard accomplished nothing, what will he accomplish?       


 


What if Iran prefers to live peacefully?


 There is a need to seek the approval of the people. According to the grandson of the founder of the Iranian regime: "Societies are built on consensus, so the constant tearing of society, the constant spreading of hatred and relentless hypocrisy forces individuals to welcome hypocrisy and move away from the circle of honesty. All of this is an indication that unhappy consequences lie ahead for Governments. Hassan was the one who pointed to the long lines of people buying chicken at government price. Hence, demonstrating a fraction of the basic commodities crisis that the country is going through. He continues to say "In a country where the poultry situation is in that matter shows that problems cannot be sorted easily and that the preponderance of clichés over the wise is a sign of collapse, difficulties and the rough future that Governments will face."


 


What if Iran prefers to live peacefully? 


There is the political threat of former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad who has exposed the corrupt infiltration gang in security institutions. The former President criticized its vulnerability to infiltration by foreign agents, causing various economic, political, and cultural losses. The Ministry of Intelligence came out as usual to dismiss those allegations, instead of correcting this conduct, which is contrary to national interests. The Ministry of Intelligence then preceded to made implicit threats against Ahmadinejad's, to which the latter responded that he would soon reveal "the broad dimensions of the actions of that counter-revolutionary gang."  


 


What if Iran prefers to live peacefully?


The Chinese occupation of a quarter-century, in which Iran properties were sold should not be forgotten. In response to presidential candidate Ali Reza Zakani, who claimed that the Chinese were enthusiastic about Iranian goods, the President of the Iran-China Joint Chamber of Commerce Majid Reza Hariri stated that the "information about Chinese interest in Iranian goods is wrong, because they don't know it at all" questioning the claims of the candidate for the 13th presidential election, who stated, in an election speech, that China is excited about Iranian products, but impediments to export do not allow them to import. 


 


What if Iran prefers to live peacefully? 


The fate of the nuclear negotiations with the United States Administration, which have recently reached a deadlock, is uncertain. Not to mention, the possibility that the negotiation will be derailed due to the prospect of a new Iranian government. While President Joe Biden's administration is trying to save the deeply flawed nuclear deal, a prominent Republican senator tweeted: "Iran is blackmailing the world, and nuclear negotiations with it must cease." He continued: "Iran is showing its true colors in this nuclear blackmail. We should not rejoin the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action".


 


What if Iran prefers to live peacefully?


 There is also the risk of water and financial bankruptcy, which is one of the major crises in the country. the Government of Hassan Rouhani, which has no program, no measures but that of taking away hope from its people. On the threshold of holding presidential elections, and in a sham government war, Rouhani's government is wasting the wealth of the people on the stock market, banks, and markets. Speaking of the elections, it should be noted that presidential candidate Abdolnaser Hemmati won't garner any popular sympathy as he has to take responsibility for his previous actions. The same goes for presidential candidate Ebrahim Raisi, the Head of the Judiciary.


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