Iran's eventual faith

Bache Tehroon

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#61
موج تظاهراتی که دی ماه سال گذشته در سراسر ایران شروع شد، هرگز کاملا خاموش نشده است
Useless.

Strikes only work in countries where the government relies on taxation and economic activity. Not in Iran. These strikes are actually quite useful to the regime as it stands to gain from the slower pace of a highly subsidized economy.

Iranian people can't win no matter what. Every scenario is lose-lose as long as Sepah exists in its current form.
 

A8K

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#62
^ All good points, ppl know it's the gobment who adjusts the dollar and is raping them for now; to bazaris they just want cheaper dollar and flow of business. Same with the drivers, they just want to be able to survive and feel family.
 

A8K

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#63
بنا بر گزارش خبرگزاری های داخلی کمیسیون اجتماعی مجلس اسلامی در طرح موذیانه ای که به مرکز پژوهش های مجلس ارائه داده خواستار حذف برخی از روزهای تعطیل از تقویم
رسمی کشور بوده است. در میان این حذف ها «روز ملی سیزده به در» و و «روز ملی شدن صنعت نفت ایران» دیده می شود.
این طرح پس از بررسی در جلسه علنی تقدیم هیئت رییسه مجلس خواهد شد. و اگر آن ها نیز تصویب کنند سیزده به در سال 98 مردم تعطیلی نخواهند داشت.


از طویله مجلس جمهوری اسلامی چهانتظاری دارید آخه ! ؟؟؟
 
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siavash_8

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بنا بر گزارش خبرگزاری های داخلی
خوشبختانه امسال اسرائیل نتوانسته ابرهای ما را بدزدد

و تعدادی از ابرهایی که سالهای قبل دزدیده بود نیز طی یک عملیات پیچیده اطلاعاتی ، از زندان‌های اسرائیل فرار کرده و خودشان را به مرزهای ایران رسانده‌اند
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Strikes only work in countries where the government relies on taxation and economic activity. Not in Iran.
Majority of Iran's budget revenue source is indeed taxes! It is not income tax like people in the western world are used to it.

Every business needs to fill in Ezharnameh with Daraiee.
 

Bache Tehroon

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Majority of Iran's budget revenue source is indeed taxes! It is not income tax like people in the western world are used to it.

Every business needs to fill in Ezharnameh with Daraiee.
It has nothing to do with actual 'taxation'. It's basically the government's 'cut' from major business budgets. Sort of like a corp tax that doesn't get fed by actual profits but by the monetary resources(theft) assigned to that corp. All of the money takes root from natural resources being used to subsidize unprofitable businesses. Worker strikes have no effect on it whatsoever.

Oh and the "Ezharnameh" filled by small-cap businesses (where there's a small level of profit) doesn't even cover the government's coffee budget.
 
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All of the money takes root from natural resources being used to subsidize unprofitable businesses. Worker strikes have no effect on it whatsoever.
That is not accurate. It is true to say virtually all of Iran's foreign currency source comes from following sources
I believe they are in the following order.
  • Crude Oil
  • Gas Condensate Exports
  • Natural Gas exports to neighboring countries
  • LNG exports
  • Pistachio Exports
  • Rug Exports
  • Rocks
  • Electricity Grid exports
As Rouhani had noted previously Iran's 1396 foreign currency revenues were 96 billion

1396 Budget was passed 1,150 Trillion Toomans
https://www.radiofarda.com/a/iran-parliament-approves-next-year-budget-bill/29057508.html
if we calculate that Budget with 4,200 Tooman/USD
The budget comes to 273 billion dollars.
The budget far exceeds iran's foreign currency revenues.

again, I am not arguing pro or against your conclusion. just debating the facts.
 

Bache Tehroon

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Those budget assumptions have not worked for Iran in 40 years, why would they work in this argument?

1150 Trillion Toman / 4200(U$) may indeed give the illusion of a $270 Billion budget, but in reality Iran has less than $100 Billion to work with. That $100 Billion almost entirely comes from selling natural resources. The $100 billion goes through incredible accounting theatrics to get inflated by as much as 400% in ghost-derivatives (E'tebaar) to subsidize the entire country in various fields. That's why there's always a need for printing/issuing more Rial, its devaluation and crazy inflation.

The numbers coming out of Iran are pure jokes. You know that.