This isn't about supporting or criticizing the IRGC, my friend.I myself was never A big fan of the revolutionary guard corps short term and long term strategic planning. I still hold to some extent that their political planning could be modified for their own betterment. I like Shia ppl tho As I am big fan of Azerbaijan and Ilham Aliyev.. But the IRGC could learn something from him how to play your cards right.
I think the current IRGC are not competent but however I do believe the emerging once are good and I have seen and listened to couple of them they sounded like they could give better strategic planning in the future.
But after this conflict I have a soft spot for Iran and willing to give my support to this thread from here on out..
Many Iranians criticize the IRGC too because in their opinions they are making strategic mistakes. It is totally fine to disagree with Iran, our policies, our strategies, our cultural values, etc. But the issue that sparked all these conversations is a bigger issue that has manifested itself multiple times in different forms, including threats of killing, family insults, calling Iranians infidels (rafhidi), etc. It's religious bigotry and anti-Iranian/anti-Shia sentiments at its finest.
As long as moderators do not single out Iranians and exclude them because of the suggestions of a person with a known record of anti-Iran and anti-Shia sentiments, I'm fine with it.
I simply left that discussion and decided to spend my time where I'm welcome, @PakSword made it clear that Iranians who wanted to talk about Iran in that thread were not welcome. Apparently it's totally fine to talk about Turkey, Pakistan, Arabs, etc. on that thread, but talking about Iran and our support for the Palestinian cause (which has caused Iran nothing good but sanctions) is a taboo because it triggers some people with anti-Iranian sentiments.