29.10.12

Medieval Modern Mullah Iran?

.
.
.
.
Is it possible to have a modern country under mullahs, who use a 1300 year old book to partially guide state policy?

NO!

However, aspects of such a strange UK/USA conspired state may have modernization/industrialization because such a state must exist, however tenuously in the 21st century, in the real world.

It must show to its people that there is some progress, in some areas of the state......and that the UK/USA installed mullah state can achieve good things for its people.

Electricity generation was 23 billion Kwt in 1979.....and now it is nearing 350 billion Kwt?

Steel production was 2 million tons in 1979....and now it is nearing 14 million tons.

PPP GDP was $400 billion at 2012 prices in 1979......and now it is over $1,000 billion.

However as with the Soviet Union, state sanctioned economic targets are themselves not enough to see the REAL strength and development of a state .....after all in 1989 the Soviet Union boasted 1700 billion Kwt electricity generation, steel production at 170 million tons, and a PPP GDP approaching $5,000 billion..................but it ALL failed.

Why?

The Jews who ran the Soviet Union sabotaged the country.......for their own specific globalist agenda, which required a single powerful USA.....which would promote Israel's agenda. Then the Jews flew off with the looted state coffers and went to Israel, London and the West generally. 

Those few Jews who chose to remain behind, formed the new economic elite of "Capitalist" Oligarchs of  Russia/Ukraine and 130 odd billionaires .......in essentially feudal mafia societies with very small middle classes (20%.......the size of the middle class in most LEDC's/Third World countries). 

Interestingly the JEW process of feudalification has also started in the USA, after serving the best part of 11 years promoting Israel's agenda in the Greater Middle East. Feudalification is the concentration of wealth and power in the hands of the Jews. Unlike the Soviet Union, where indoctrination was heavy....there will be "some" resistance to this Jew process in the USA.

The Bolshevik state was highly centralized and inefficient.

The Bolshevik state spent too much on defense.....at 18% of GDP. N. Korea spends 26% of GDP on defense and still exists.

Gorbachev's Perestroika and Glasnost reforms were too rapid, which over whelmed the basic Communist system. They should have adopted Deng Xiaoping "Communism with two faces" model which was a more cautious approach to reform.

Whatever the reason for the demise of the Soviet Union, mullah Iran finds itself in the same situation as Communist China during the 1950's--1970's when the country was economically and politically isolated from the West.

It is not enough just to achieve economic targets set in a government charts, but that serious heed must be paid to SOCIAL INDICES of development, to create a more wholesome society which is balanced and harmonious.

You don't want 5,000,000 educated middle class leaving the country for the West, taking with them $1,500,000,000,000 whilst a sizable section of the new generation naively look up to America in admiration.......STILL....whilst the USA commits war and genocide around Iran. 

This would be considered a FAILURE of the puppet mullah regime, but not measured in numbers.

__________________________________


Iran’s installed capacity of electricity generation to hit 70,000 megawatts

An Iranian power plant (file photo)
An Iranian power plant


Presstv.com


Iranian Energy Minister Majid Namjou says the Islamic Republic will increase the installed capacity of electricity generation to over 70,000 megawatts this year.


Namjou made the remarks during the closing ceremony of the 12th International Electricity Exhibition on Sunday.

Representatives from several countries including Italy, France, Germany, China, Turkey and South Korea took part in the four-day event in Tehran.

He said Gotvand power plant in Khuzestan province and Siah-Bisheh power plant in Mazandaran province, scheduled to launch this year, will increase the country's installed capacity of electricity generation to over 70 gigawatts.
Iran ranks the first in the Middle East in terms of electricity generation and is the 15th largest electricity producer in the world.

Electricity consumption has decreased considerably in Iran since the implementation of the subsidy reform plan, which paved the way for more electricity exports to Azerbaijan, Armenia, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, Turkey, Iraq, and Afghanistan.

The subsidy reform plan, which began in late 2010, has enabled the Iranian government to begin to gradually reduce energy subsidies over the course of five years, with low-income families compensated with direct cash handouts.

Iran seeks to become a major regional exporter of electricity and has attracted more than $1.1 billion in investments for the construction of three new power plants.