Incremental sanctions

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Fred
by Fred
13-Oct-2009
 

Although following the last nuke meeting there was a short-lived burst of guarded optimism in the Western capitals, now that all the signs point to the contrary the state media in IRR, the

Islamist Rapist Republic, is still full of soothing reports.

The latest indication of how not everything is as IRR misinforms the enslaved Iranians inside Iran has come in the form of new set of unilateral shipping and banking sanctions by the United Kingdom.  Additionally, in wake of Obama administration abruptly cancelling the missile defense shield program, to the utter delight of Russians, the U.S. Secretary of State is in Moscow to work out Russian support for tougher sanctions against IRR.

To top it off,  foretelling of things not being as IRR pretends it to be, the Vienna based nuke representative of the Rapist Republic is allover the Western mass media clumsily deflecting pointed questions. Having mistook the free media with that of IRR, his would be charm offensive has backfired creating even more questions as what other nuke secrets IRR is hiding.

While the luxury of having the time to decide has seemingly been wasted on pointless meetings on “modalities” and even more redundant diplomatic maneuverings-the question remains, what is to be done with the uber-human rights violating, terrorist creating/equipping/ financing nuke pursuing IRR?The same old question, the same old answers are staring the sane world in the eye and the decision time fast approaching.

The least costly and the one with most chance of success has been and still holds true, that is for the West to bank on the Iranian people. No one better than Iranians who have been at the receiving end of it know what monstrous crimes IRR is capable of committing, why any and all promises, pledges and alike IRR makes are made with the full intention of to be broken and no one better than Iranian people know IRR’s weaknesses.

Ever since the asinine strategy of incremental military engagement gave way to either engage full force or not engage at all, the idea of incrementally sanctioning a terrorist entity like the IRR is due for rethink.  Either make friends with the Islamist Rapists and live with the consequences of it or become part of the solution. Aimlessly sanctioning this that or the other sectors of IRR not only does not produce anything, it empowers the ruling Islamist rapists and embitters the enslaved Iranians.

The current incrementally ratcheting up sanctions gives the Islamist Rapists enough time to equip themselves with a crude form of regime survival insurance nuke policy a la N. Korea, and worst, unnecessarily prolongs the suffering of the enslaved Iranians.

Before it is too late the sane world has to impose airtight sanctions on IRR and at the same time openly help the enslaved Iranians with material and moral support to do that which is urgently needed and Iranians know best how to do it.

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It takes lots of chutzpah for an Islamist nuke lobbyist who advocates nuke for his Islamist Rapist brethrens to criticize any one or talk about sanity.

Then again an over the hill -NIOC paid for job-charlatan Ali Shariati devotee who has nothing to show for his lifetime except regurgitating Islamist nonsense must know something about rehashing nonsense.

Islamist nuke lobbyist thinking it is your Islamist Rapist Republic where your rapist brethrens make any charges without proof you again made your unsubstantiated charge against me:

“The man who advocates "airtight sanctions" and "material support" (read war) …”

Prove it Islamist liar!

 BTW, whatever happened to publishing your “crux” statement verbatim in financially and editorially supported site by Frontline and in all other venues that you regularly lobby for your Islamist Rapist brethren’s nuke ? In case you’ve forgotten it, here it is:

“The crux of the issue about Iran's nuclear program is, in my opinion, as follows: If Iran has the ability to make the bomb on a short notice, it becomes unattackable. That is not something that the US and Israel can tolerate. They want to be the hegemone of the Middle East.”

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The man who advocates "airtight sanctions" and "material support" (read war) for "enslaved Iranians" considers himself sane and living in the sane part of the world.

He cannot even rewrite the sentences of his old blogs, so he just rehashes the same old worn out nonsense!

Where is a little quality control when one needs it? 

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Ostaad

Sistah, please don't confuse Fred by...

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mentioning a part of the male anatomy about which Fred doesn't have the foggiest.

He's probably scratching his head wondering, shriveled what? Crumpets don't get shrivel! What is she talking about?! 

MOOSIRvaPIAZ, spot on!


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MOOSIR....

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What a beautiful phrase:   “….the best way to destabilize a ponderous, oppressive government such as Iran's is to ensure the growth of a strong middle class in the target country with an educated and politically active youth.”

I believe in that with my entire being. Especially, educating, not only the youth, but the masses as a whole. But, what is missing in this beautiful belief is the element of time. Do we have time to witness this maturity?. Would there be any youth left to educate the masses?  

You and I know that Fred’s and our screaming has virtually zero impact on what will come. We are just debating. But, just for the sake of debating, what do you think is the ideal (and realistic) scenario? (assuming that IRI is hell bent to have nuclear weapon).

Please give just an honest and realistic response. It will be greatly appreciated.   


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they get all out of sorts whenever someone in the us points out that sanctions have been useless in turning over the regime in cuba. they claim it's "apologetic". seems like the castros did well, ate well, and slept well, while the people who were unable to escape cuba have not had the same opportunity. Who cares! at least some grey shriveled testicled men in miami can drink rum and take strolls on the beach feeling pride for their moral superiority. Congrats Fred.  

 


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Musings of the same Fred . . .

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Musings of the same chicken Fred.

Fred, you come across as a paid agent who works for AIPAC or similar organization. 

Get a life, do something productive.

 


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slow economic death of the Iranian middle/working class due to the sanctions imposed by Iran's enemies. He wants them to be sent to the gas chambers to finish the job lickety split. Tha't what he means "aimlessly sanctioning this and that" - in another of his brainfarts he calls it, "ghaaleh ghazeeyeh ra bekanid".

I bet he secretly takes some of the crumpets he serves, as a volunteer, in AIPAC's gathering home and gorges himself. That's why he's constantly hallucinating. Too much "sugar" does it to some mammals.


MOOSIRvaPIAZ

stop spamming this board with your repetetive nonsense, Fred.

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You've already made your point clear on "airtight" sanctions here: http://iranian.com/main/blog/fred/sanction-s

Almost word for word. 

 

Again, I'll repeat what I said before, the best way to destabilize a
ponderous, oppressive government such as Iran's is to ensure the growth
of a strong middle class in the target country with an educated and
politically active youth. Sanctions tend to do the opposite by denying
(or reducing) a country's access to trade, economic growth,
pharmaceuticals and health benefits, knowledge and innovation. It
stigmatizes countries' populations against the world, which often
entrenches hard-line governments with staunch supporters. Sanctions
also reduce positive effect of the global community's political
feedback: if a country is already a pariah, their leaders have little
incentive to conform to accepted norms (e.g. human rights).