It's Better For The West & Europe To Do Some Belt Tightening Now & Just Get The Job Of Humbling Iran Done Than To Later Lose Their Pants To The Spread Of Shia Islam & Their Rhetoric Reinforced With Nuclear-Tipped Incisors - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Lavi - Seattle
    • 02.12.11 | 07:36 (IST)

    Iran is just buying time to get their job done and the weaker and more ineffective the sanctions are the Regime knows they'll only be stalled for just a little while longer to complete their agenda through their clandestine channels. Iran's leaders reached the point of no return in their militant mindset 32 years ago when they were formed with a big bang lie so now they have to be hit with Shia shock and awe and sent into disarray to get their attention that what they're pursuing is totally evil and wrong. Hopefully the other OPEC members will decide quickly that they'll up their production to their maximum output to offset the loss of oil exports from Iran. Hit the Regime in their pocketbooks and you hit these religious charlatans where their hearts lie.

    from the article: U.S. Senate approve sanctions against Iran central bank, despite Obama objection
    First published 07:11 02.12.11 | Last updated 07:11 02.12.11
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