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The lavish displays of wealth and skin are a side of Iran seldom shown, but the account is also drawing attention because it was created on the heels of a government crackdown on social media activities. Last month, for example, seven young Iranians received suspended sentences of jail time and 91 lashes for posting a video online of themselves dancing to Pharrell’s “Happy.”
Corruption a way of life in Iran
originally posted by: JAGStorm
I'm not saying rich people don't deserve the wealth they have, or that choices haven't made some people poor, but shoving the excess wealth into peoples faces day in and day out is going to make some people snap. In this case, a lot of people snap.
It's convenient to blame others, but sanctions have in the main been lifted in Iran.
originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: paraphi
Thats a lie, new ones were announced late last year after their ballistic missile test.
You are one of the ATS members promoting this charade here now and during other regime changes, covering up the Western manipulation and meddlesome behavior, downplaying the covert involvement of the West to take over Iran, like all the rest.
Feel free to point to a narrative that indicate sanctions returned.