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Currently the U.S. economy is very fragile, with a very high unemployment rate. Any slight rise in gasoline price cause by the sanctions will cause the economy to collapse.
Originally posted by JanusFIN
A MUST READ from Israel concerning this issue -
“Hold Me Back!” - The Consequences Of Attack On Iran
The day before yesterday a correspondent of Israel’s popular Channel 2 called me and asked, in a shocked voice: “Is it true that you have given an interview to the Iranian news agency?
“That’s true,” I told her. The agency mailed me some questions about the political situation, and I answered.
“Why did you do this?” she asked/accused.
“Why not?” I replied. That was the end of the conversation.
And indeed, why not?
JUST READ IT!
Originally posted by hangedman13
reply to post by tooo many pills
So let me get this straight. Iran signed a Non-Proliferation treaty and Israel did not right? So if Iran is developing nuclear weapons they are breaking the treaty correct? Israel has nukes but did not sign the treaty. So who is in the wrong here? I forgot that treaties are nothing but paper to divert attention. So who enforces international treaties again?