Kian and His Dual Standards

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Kian and His Dual Standards

Khamenei and his dual standards

The Kayhan newspaper raised the question in its headline yesterday of how the judiciary and supervisory institutions can take revenge on Israel. It then surprisingly suggested that the judiciary should confront the opposing media outlets. Kayhan wrote in a twisted analysis that despite not firing a single bullet from Iran, Israel’s fragile economy is in turmoil. Its residents are fearful, and the possibility of a new wave of reverse migration is being discussed.

A media trend within Iran is trying to manipulate the situation in favor of Israel by spreading fake news to intensify expectations of inflation and to incite public opinion. The decision-makers are being urged to refrain from Iran’s possible regretful response to Israel. Now, it remains to be seen how the judiciary and other supervisory authorities will protect the mental security of society by dealing with rumor-mongers and disseminators of these false news. If such actions take place, they will definitely complement Iran’s military response to Israel.

Responding to anthropocentrism in cosmic issues sometimes poses its own challenges, not because an appropriate answer cannot be provided, but from the perspective that the problem raised by the cosmos lacks a logically sound and acceptable basis in any aspect we examine. In fact, some content in this newspaper is produced solely for labeling and media sensationalism.

Years ago, during a time when television was producing a series of commercials for reducing gas consumption, a clip was made with a humorous aspect. The humor was that the gas hose of a house was cut off, and sounds and smells were spreading in the house. The head of the family, who was very annoyed by the noise and smell, firmly hits his teenage son and asks why he is causing these inappropriate noises and smells.

Suddenly, Mr. Eimani appears and tells the father that these smells and sounds are not from his children; the source of all these is the cut gas hose. Now, the quote from Kayhan newspaper indicates that apparently there is no gas leak, and instead of focusing on its source, they have made a headline that has no relevance to anything.

The Kayhan newspaper emphasizes in its headline yesterday that mainstream media, which have extensive resources and capabilities, are not capable of responding. If you don’t have the ability to respond, why do you link the issue to the judiciary’s confrontation with the media? In fact, yesterday’s Kayhan article has two possibilities: either the headline of this newspaper is correct or incorrect.

But from Kayhan’s point of view, which undoubtedly considers its own headline correct and just, it becomes clear that the media it refers to are stronger and more influential. As a result, Kayhan and official media, which have abundant money and resources, can no longer adequately support the system.

In fact, Kayhan, in terms of media, has moved towards producing trivial content, lost its influence, lost its rhyme, and can no longer influence public opinion or even help the country’s uniform system. However, if Kayhan’s content is wrong, it means your power does not reach the opponent, and you try to divert public minds and drag the issue inside by distorting it. In fact, you want to change the playing field and confront independent and influential media inside the country instead of Israel.

Yesterday’s headline in Kayhan is actually an admission of their own defeat. A situation where this number of media outlets with resources and money at their disposal but in reality, they cannot accomplish anything, not even against independent media inside the country that are not comparable in terms of resources to the official media outlets. Well, this raises the question: how do you, being this weak, intend to succeed in facing other countries?

Kayhan has written that the people of Israel are frightened and fleeing. Is the escape of Israelis due to media influences or is their fleeing a natural occurrence, especially when they sense the danger of war? If their escape is related to the performance of media outlets, how could a media outlet encourage them to flee? This issue conflicts with the content of yesterday’s Kayhan. If their leaving is a natural occurrence, then we should also accept such natural behavior inside Iran.

At the end of the article, the point is made that in very sensitive conditions when the country is in a critical situation, Kayhan’s headline yesterday, instead of focusing on national unity and recommending solidarity and unity of all political and social forces with each other under the one roof, two different approaches principle, seems to have ignored Israel’s attack on Iranian military commanders and suggested dealing with it by Iranian domestic media. It appears that since they cannot solve the main issue, they are trying to increase internal tensions by diverting the main topic.


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