The story of the Iranian Revolution

Like I said, keep crying. When was the last time you went to Iran? See the changes for yourself.

A month ago. Nothing impressed me and I would know better than you since you're essentially a castrated North Korean listening to his master. It's horrendously polluted and that incredible technology you speak of is considered archaic just about everywhere else. I can also safely say that Iran has the worst cars in the world.

Actually the gender gap is not a 'liberal complaint'. It's the most comprehensive metric for determining the equality of women in a country.

It takes in to account the main factors, some of which you even suggested.

Economic participation and opportunity – outcomes on salaries, participation levels and access to high-skilled employment

Educational attainment – outcomes on access to basic and higher level education

Political empowerment – outcomes on representation in decision-making structures

Health and survival – outcomes on life expectancy and sex ratio. In this case parity is not assumed, there are assumed to be less female births than male (944 female for every 1,000 males), and men are assumed to die younger. Provided that women live at least six percent longer than men parity is assumed, if it is less than six percent it counts as a gender gap.

You only mentioned two stats that fit you narrative, you didn't even bother to give the entire picture. Not only is your comment about gender gap inaccurate, it is also telling of the brainwashed backwards caveman the IRI produces. Your babbling of a few things improving is also very weak given that it's platitudinal. Of course, things improve with the passage of time. Life expectancy has increased just about everywhere. That is not necessarily an indicator of correct leadership. That's a merely reductionist outlook that you've created to fit your own narrative.

Go get your sundis you poor little slave, I'm not impressed.

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