Discussion in 'Iran' started by Jos, Jan 4, 2012.
Why is Britain ramping up sanctions against Iran? | Simon Jenkins | Comment is free | The Guardian
Maybe, because those troglodytes in the islimic shithole of Iran support al Qaeda, monkey? You're stupid even for a monkey.
Treasury Targets Key Al-Qa
allahu fucku, monkey
US troops in Israel too...
Alert: Iran Crisis Headed for World War III
January 9, 2012 - War in the Middle East now appears imminent as the United States, Britain, the European Union, and Israel put the finishing touches on an embargo on Iran a de facto declaration of war and warships steam toward the Persian Gulf.
India ain't goin' along with the program...
India Pledges To Continue Buying Iran Oil
Thursday 26 January 2012 - India could be on a collision course with the United States and European Union after officials in Delhi made clear they intended to carry on importing oil from Iran, despite the imposition of Western sanctions against Tehran.
Iran gonna have to prove its nuclear program is peaceful...
Iran sanctions may be lifted Russian Deputy FM
February 25, 2013 : As diplomats arrive in the Kazakh capital for the start of P5+1 negotiations with Iran, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said a breakthrough is possible if Tehran proves its nuclear program is peaceful.
The U.S. actually got a surprising number of countries to hop on the latest round of sanctions band wagon. Britain, being a close U.S. ally would obviously follow suit. And anyone who has studied past U.S./Iran negotiations know that Iran uses negotiations as "stall-tactics" and they have no intention of standing by any promises made. Then when they feel they don't need to stall, they will end negotiations and blame it on the West. The sooner we realize these "negotiations" are a smoke screen to by Iran time to complete their nuke, the better off we will be.
Is this a serious question?
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