Fast Hatred Picking on Iran’s Privileged Offspring
Fast hatred is picking on privileged offspring of Iran’s ruling elites who live and pleasure aboard.
The class of people mentioned is children of Iranian ambassadors, parliamentarians, and government officials that live in countries such as the United States, Canada, Britain, and Australia with foreign citizenship.
in recent comments the conservative head of the Iranian parliamentary nuclear committee and a member of the national security and foreign policy committees, Hojjat al-Islam Mojtaba Zolnour revealed, “When Obama, during the negotiations about the JCPOA, decided to do a favor to these men, he granted citizenship to 2,500 Iranians and some officials started a competition over whose children could be part of these 2,500 Iranians”.
He explained that the Obama administration sought to curry favor with senior Iranian officials aligned with President Hassan Rouhani. President Donald Trump asks, How big (and bad) is that?
When looking at it from inside Iran, where you have officials chant “Death to America” and consider their country’s relations with the West in antagonistic terms, this brings out a social mess.
As Fox News put it down by an Iranian-American fellow at the Washington-based Foundation of research, “Many ordinary Iranians are surprised and feel betrayed that children of the regime officials live and work in the US”. Could these officials be harboring their economic nests by flocking overseas and perhaps finding an alternative home for the time of spring and the changes that will blossom?
The contradiction between the speeches and actions of the Iranian authorities has set a home competition for them to reveal each other. One example is Maryam Fereydoun, daughter of Hossein Fereydoun who is the younger brother of President Hassan Rouhani.
She is living in New York and attending Columbia University for her undergraduate studies. After finishing in Columbia, she then attended the prestigious London School of Economics by help from Lord Dahrendorf scholarship that awards students from emerging countries.
Maryam is now left in debts worth millions for being incapable of running a medical company.
This political repression and state corruption, as well as the abuse of power, will strengthen protests by the hungry and thirsty citizens unless the regime can shows the least change in its behavior.