Sam Ghandchiسام قندچي Is Receiving Loan from President Trump and Paying Back by Selling Oil, Bad for Iran
Sam Ghandchi
آیا دریافت وام از پرزیدنت ترامپ و پرداخت آن با فروش نفت، به ضرر ایران است

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We all know about the situation of Iran's oil sale and these ideas were going around when Mohammad Javad Zarif was present at the sidelines of G7 meeting, but let's respond to the question posed in the title of this article with a question. Was signing Turkmenchay Treaty or JCPOA bad for Iran? No, if we had not signed them, perhaps with more wars, today nothing but ruins had remained of Iran. Why were we forced to be happy with such solutions should be asked from those who issued stupid war fatwa's at the time of Fath-Ali shah Qajar and those in our times who started the semi-military nuclear and ballistic missile programs and organized terrorist activities in the Middle East and more important than all, stepped over the human rights of all Iranians to the point that Iranian people have no role in the destiny of their country and if anyone says anything, they are put in jail or are killed. One of the latest acts of the IslamicKKK ruling Iran was overthrowing a reconnaissance US Drone in the Persian Gulf; if the US demands reparations for it, Iran will have to sell oil for months to pay it back; and we can note of even a simpler case, the family of Nazanin Zaghari in the UK, if she passes away in the Iranian jail or something happens to her baby, her family can demand so much for reparations to make Iran bankrupt. At the time of Ayatollah Khomeini, with regards to Salman Rushdie, the same could have happened, if the world with regards to terrorism at that time, was as serious as it is today, which is the result of global experience with Daesh. Just see that a few days ago, Islamic Regime of Iran (IRI) did not even issue a fatwa and just talked of sanctioning Mr. Mark Dubowitz, and US State Department immediately responded very seriously and called it a terrorist threat and even CNN reflected the whole episode. Iran's difficulty is not just in accepting emergency measures such as receiving a loan from President Trump and paying it back by selling oil that this regime is forced to accept from time to time. The problem of Iran in the last 40 years has been the IslamicKKK regime ruling Iran whose foreign policy started with hostage-taking at the US Embassy and its internal politics from day one, started with executions and this brutality is still continued to this day.


Hoping for a democratic and secular futurist republic in Iran,


Sam Ghandchi
August 26, 2019
















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