if only you guys learnt that if there are corruption there it won't mean we must close our eyes on corruption here.
We'll be perfectly content if no Iranian believes the lie that their country is somehow the epitome of corruption or that it's in another league compared to the rest of the world - when in fact the contrary would tend to be the case, if anything. Other than that, many of us would surely be first in line when it comes to weeding out corrupt elements.
Usually the prime motivation of those who will unduly single out Iran is not the fight against corruption: this topic is just one out of a thousand they invoke as yet another pretext to vent irrational, unfounded and obsessive animosity against the Islamic Republic. In line with the propaganda and psy-ops orchestrated by Iran's existential enemies, which they happen to consume on a daily basis.
There's a fine line here, and we won't get duped by it. That's the advantage of never losing sight of the comparative dimension when assessing the actual gravity of a problem, as well as pondering the question whether it's really due to Iran being an Islamic Republic rather than your average, "normalized", US- and zionist-submissive regime.