Avetis
@Avetis

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دانش آموختهء اقتصاد-سیاسی و علوم اجتماعی. تاکید و تمرکز این ستون بر پرسشواره های اقتصاد-سیاسی و کاتاگوری های مربوط به آن, به زبانهای فارسی و انگلیسی خواهد بود. Student of Political-Economy and social sciences. The focus here shall be on Political-Economy and related topics, in English and Persian.

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Avetis Avetis (@Avetis) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Feckless, immature, infantile self-projections. As usual.
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Avetis Avetis (@Avetis) replied to Cyrus___ (@Cyrus___) on Pinned comment
Shoring up influence is no excuse for committing crimes against humanity & war crimes.
If anything the extreme violence these mullahs have exercised in killing defenseless Syrian civilians will only fireback & create more problems, not less.
Also distortive & highly disingenuous is a des ... Read more
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Avetis Avetis (@Avetis) on Pinned comment
This quantitative issue of "how many wars" is all depended on how wars are defined & categorized.
Currently the US is involved in many wars, not to mention its engagement in "Permanent War."
Last century the world witnessed two world wars. Both were "gifts" of Capitalism's inherent contradiction ... Read more
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Avetis Avetis (@Avetis) on Pinned comment
Mullahs in Tehran are endowed with many gifts; but their biggest "gift" that keeps on giving, is in their natural ability to isolate & marginalize themselves.
Thus we had AN challenging the UN's Security Council, which resulted in pushing China & Russia to the side of the West, and impositio ... Read more
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Avetis Avetis (@Avetis) on Pinned comment
The entire financial system of Islamic Republic is in ruins, which should not be much of a surprise since even insiders such as the conservative MP, Tavakoli has stated, numerously, that corruption is SYSTEMATIC in the Islamic regime.
One huge part of this systematic corruption stems from growth of ... Read more
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Avetis Avetis (@Avetis) on Pinned comment
It's amusing how these days even the New York Times, a long term proponent of Neoliberalism, publishes article critical of the current state of economy.
Note how this critique is not exactly an "anti-capitalist" critiques of the system (but based on traditional Neoclassical theories and biases; Theo ... Read more
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Avetis Avetis (@Avetis) on Pinned comment
Unfortunately, a seemingly consistent pattern of hubris and arrogance of power seems to lead the politics in modern Iran. From Reza shah to his son to today’s ruler of Iran, historically speaking they all have been the most arrogant and the most corrupt, right before their downfalls.

Reza shah, tow ... Read more
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