Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Feeding at the Iranian business trough, the French get in line as sanctions end

A headline in today's Times of Israel announces -
France preparing to resume business with Iran
Foreign minister will reportedly travel to Tehran quickly if accord signed; 100 companies plan September delegation
So, here we go.  Many years ago I wrote about the weakness in sanctions when they are not universally followed.  I accused countries such as Italy for lining up at the Iranian business trough and feeding as if there was no tomorrow.  Every dollar spent buying Iranian goods and products, mostly oil, went into the coffers of a government bent on destruction.

If the French think they are immune from Iranian sponsored terrorism, they are mistaken.  To add insult to their future injury, think about it, French francs flowing to Iran will be paying for the deaths of Frenchmen.

That's what I think.

You can read the full article here.

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