The state TV presenter asks the question "what would happen if we allowed BBC Persian reporters to come to Iran and freely walk about and interview the people? What would be their reaction?"
So to answer the question, he puts on a tie and a BBC sign on his microphone, calls himself Arya Azadmehr (almost Azarmehr), poses as a BBC Persian reporter and in the most amateurish stage managed trash way makes out the majority of Iranian people have no wish to talk to a reporter who works for foreign press and are weary of them not praising the Islamic Republic as they should.
One "passer-by"even calls him a spy and tells him to get lost. All the ones who do talk to him say they will vote in the "elections" on Friday and all the ones who talk to him, say they are prepared to endure the hardships of sanctions for as long as it takes but they are not prepared to compromise.
All unequivocally believe in the Islamic Republic and will support it to the end.
The "passers by" are orchestrated to pretend they are from all walks of life in Iran. Even the women with loose hejab and make up and the one guy wearing a decadent tie are supportive of the Islamic Republic. In short everyone loves the regime and all say what the Supreme Leader says and that alone justifies why there should be no foreign reporters in the country!
Here is a picture of reality on the other hand. Press TV reporter, Narges Mobaleghi, freely walking in the streets of London with the protection of the UK police and talking to passers by.