Author Topic: Lifting sanctions on Iran may be a big mistake.  (Read 776 times)

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Lifting sanctions on Iran may be a big mistake.
« on: June 16, 2016, 06:10:38 AM »
Iran still poses a big threat to the  USA security despite the fact it had met nuclear deal provisions and is in no possession of nuclear weapons now.
I strongly suspect Iran just got the break time to deal with its problems in economy, to get access to $50 billion in long-frozen assets abroad, and, most importantly, freedom to sell its oil on the international market.  It's no secret that increase in oil trade on part of Iran is able to make the price on oil even low.
Was that lifting of sanctions on Iran meant as only sort of the blow below the belt for Russia and some other countries having economies much dependent on oil prices? If so, then lifting sanctions on Iran may come too costly for us in the long run.
Btw a number of Republican senators called Obama not to lift sanctions. They pointed to the fact Iran keeps testing a ballistic missile "for the sole purpose of enabling delivery of a nuclear weapon to the Unites States".

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Re: Lifting sanctions on Iran may be a big mistake.
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2016, 07:38:08 AM »
Our Marxist in the WH is all about helping Americas enemies, especially if they're Muscum.
If we really wanted to, we could end OPEC by allowing for the export of American oil. But the left doesn't want a strong America, including the GOP'e.
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