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The end of the deal, hopes, delusions and treasons

SalarHaqq

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Raefipour explains how liberals look at the security of the country, at the honor of the country, at everything the country has from the electoral prism. All they seem to care about is how to get votes at elections.

In the midst of ongoing nuclear negotiations during Khatami's presidency, Javad Zarif was filmed telling the IAEA's former director general Mohammed El-Baradei: "Some candidates at the election will benefit from us losing this negotiation. They will not see favorably a success in these talks."

When liberal Tehran daily Hamshahri asked reformist mastermind Mostafa Tajzadeh shortly before the 2020 legislative election whether he believes his camp can once again be successful considering the questionable performance of outgoing liberal MP's, Tajzadeh replies that people do not vote in the past, they vote for the future. Upon the question whether past experience is weighing on voters' choice, Tajzadeh says "voters will look to see if we drew lessons from that experience or not."

Meaning, Raefipour deciphers, don't worry, we know very well how to raise certain issues which will push people to vote for us. Like for instance, generating a polarity in society by stoking fears that Instagram might get filtered - and the one who says "it shouldn't" (i.e. the liberal candidate) will then be viewed as a hero.

 
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wonder who paid the price and what was it?
Rouhani is your Gorbachev
Rouhani won’t even be in power for the new deal.

Raisi will agree to continue negotiations and commit to returning to JCPOA because the Iranian economy is anemic. Anyone thinking a country with 400B GDP should be growing at 2% a year doesn’t know a damn thing about economics.

Iran should be growing minimum 5% per year and under a economic revolution/prosperity probably 7-10%.
 

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Rouhani won’t even be in power for the new deal.

Raisi will agree to continue negotiations and commit to returning to JCPOA because the Iranian economy is anemic. Anyone thinking a country with 400B GDP should be growing at 2% a year doesn’t know a damn thing about economics.

Iran should be growing minimum 5% per year and under a economic revolution/prosperity probably 7-10%.
And this kind of growth rate will not happen either because of foreign policy. Western world seeks to punish Iran for it.
 

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