MEK Iran:Country’s Multiple Crises
Iran is in the midst of its darkest time. Thousands of individuals are dying every day as a result of consecutive Covid-19 waves and the regime mismanage of the health crisis. The Iranian regime’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, announced on January 9 that American and British-made Covid-19 vaccines would be banned, resulting in an increase in Covid-19 infection and mortality rate. Furthermore, Tehran has been utilizing ineffective and unlicensed vaccines with a variety of negative effects.
The present vaccines are ineffective
“According to the government, 47 percent of the country’s population has received two doses of vaccine and 75% has received their first dosage. Unfortunately, citizen reports from many cities and villages indicate that the present vaccines are ineffective due to new viral mutations and a growing number of patients,” the state-run Arman-e Meli newspaper reported on October 30.
Many health experts now predict that as the winter approaches and flu and influenza spread, the number of Covid-19 infections in Iran will rise, resulting in additional deaths.
The combination of coronavirus and influenza
“The combination of coronavirus and influenza in society is very concerning,” Arman-e Meli continued, “especially now that the weather is cold and we have air pollution, which aids coronavirus and influenza and causes a widespread wave of both diseases in the country.”
Corruption and embezzlement are rampant in Iran’s economy. People are struggling to make ends meet as Tehran continues to pay terrorist proxies.
“In October, Iran’s statistic department reported that the country’s overall inflation rate was 45.4 percent, albeit this figure fluctuated. Rice, sugar, and meat prices jumped by 28.4% to 71.6 percent in September. On October 31, the state-run Mardom Salarie daily reported that “sugar had the largest price increase.”
Corruption and mismanagement
Due to corruption and mismanagement, the Iranian economy has imploded, resulting in enormous unemployment, falling household incomes, and stagflation. 70% of the population today struggles to make ends meet on weekly wages that fall below the international poverty level.
“As a result, the continuation of the current situation is impossible, and the system will sooner or later need to reform macro-structures and strategies,” Mostaghel daily acknowledged while warning, “It is certain that social change will take no other path than the collapse of the political system without social organizations and a dominant discourse.”
Bitter social unrests” in Iran
On Saturday, the state-run Hamdeli newspaper warned of “bitter social unrests” in Iran, citing the country’s rising inflation rate.
“The inflation rate of 58 percent, which is the highest level since the 1940s, is so alarming that social thermometers indicate crises are on the horizon,” Hamdeli said. Reports from society corroborate the severity of issues and emphasize that if the economic gap persists and worsens, significant social unrest will result. This would lead to a slew of social turmoil.”
People join the impoverished social classes
“People join the impoverished social classes when they are unable to meet their basic needs.” Millions will have nothing to lose if the destitute classes get too large, and will resort to violence. The security of the system would undoubtedly be jeopardized as a result,” the Aftab-e Yazd newspaper warned on October 31.
Iran’s persistent social and economic issues demonstrate the regime’s vulnerability, despite what many so-called political experts believe. “As more people join the improvised classes,” Aftab-e Yazd warned, “the regime’s security will be disrupted.”
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