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Friday, July 03, 2009

US to block Iran sanctions at G8 summit!

I don't have enough time to really comment on this, but it's too astounding not to post.

The United States plans to block the imposition of another round of tougher financial sanctions against Iran at next week's G8 summit.
According to officials, sanctions against Iran are expected to top the G8's agenda. Sources are also predicting a pointed debate between the heads of the industrialized nations over an appropriate response to Iranian authorities' suppression of reformist demonstrations in Iran led by Mir Hossein Mousavi and other Iranian opposition leaders.

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi hinted in a newspaper interview earlier in the week that the G8 is due to decide on new financial sanctions against the Islamic Republic. Berlusconi disclosed that he had spoken with the heads of the G8 nations and has discussed such steps with them.


However, diplomatic sources in New York reported that American officials are working behind the scenes to prevent new sanctions from being imposed against Iran.

U.S. officials claimed that a tough stance toward Iran could backfire, bringing about an opposite outcome to that desired by those who support such measures.

The Obama administration, according to the diplomatic sources, has discarded the notion of direct talks with Iran. However, the United States is still interested in re-engaging Iran through the renewed discussion of its nuclear program through the six permanent United Nations Security Council members.

American officials expressed concern that a decision to enact harsh steps against Iran during the G8 meeting could badly hurt the prospect of Tehran agreeing to renew negotiations with the permanent Security Council members.

In addition to U.S. reluctance to enact fresh sanctions, G8 members Russia and China have been known to oppose any punitive steps against Tehran.
Am I the only one wondering which side Obama is on? What a moron!


At 7:35 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Does any one in the Obama Administration really believe that laying off Iran will lead the regime to drop its quest for nuclear hegemony?They're sadly mistaken. Without tough sanctions, an Israeli attack upon Iran becomes more rather than less likely. In effect, the Administration by blocking peaceful means to contain Iran, will bring about the very Israeli reaction it wants to prevent.

What could go wrong indeed

At 9:33 PM, Blogger Chrysler 300M said...

Sanctions donĀ“t work, the only choice is to nuke their arms factories.

At 12:00 AM, Blogger Gudrun Eussner said...

May be you are the only one still wondering, yes!

Regards, Gudrun Eussner

At 2:57 AM, Blogger Steven said...

He is not a moron, please stop calling him that because it excuses his actions. He is a traitor.


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