Iranian Officials’ Statements Show How Out of Touch They Are With People’s Real Problems

The recent statements of some of Iran’s officials and those who are leading the regime’s tribunes, their level of concern, especially in a situation where the Iranian people are struggling with all kinds of problems, is more like trampling of the nerves of the people.

Strange speeches by the regime’s officials which are far away from the people’s concerns have become one of the main problems for the regime and are arising this question whether the regime’s officials are unaware of the people’s problems or are they trying to lower the level of the people’s concerns to be able to control them.

But the reality is that such statements are originating from the regime’s demagogy and lumpish culture, mocking, and joking about everything to make them worthless in the people’s minds.

On the one hand, the concern of the spokesman of Tehran City Council, instead of solving many problems of the capital, is to change the name of the street near the office of the regime’s Supreme Leader, and on the other hand, the interim Friday Imam of Tehran considers the number of trips to the north as a reason for prosperity in the country.

The member of the regime’s parliament held an angry speech about the import of musical instruments and another speaker states that the solution to the water crisis in Isfahan is to offer rain prayers.

For example, in the December 19 meeting of the Tehran City Council, Alireza Nadali, the council’s spokesman, while speaking about the change of the names of some streets in the Tehran City Council, said: “We have official policies in the Islamic Republic and the Islamic Revolution of 1979 was against the 2,500-year monarchy.”

Now it should be asked from this member of the Tehran City Council, who was supposed to change the name of the Anoushirvan Street, will such a decision solve the people’s many problems in this city?

Source: Iran News Update

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