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West vs. Iran: American Coercive Diplomacy





At least for over a century, America has been bossing over the globe, hitting the weak nations when it wants and promoting the nations it needs and forcing others to cooperate with successful execution of CIA plans. Israel is the loudest example how an illegal regime could be imposed on any region of its choice. Pakistan has been among those that until recently cooperated with US imperialistic agendas. 



With Islamic Iran with plenty of energy resources, USA had maintained positively useful military ties for many years but now it is the key target of American imperialists. USA sold terror goods to Iran to kill Iraqis before Americans themselves invaded that nation, pretending to be searching for one Mr. Osama and his hidden WMD, only to complete the massacres of millions of Muslims.  


Possessors of the most dangerous nukes of the world, America and its ally Israel argue that Iran has no right to nuclear facility and Iran's nukes cannot be allowed. 

USA plays dictatorial role worldwide. Since Americans directly control the notorious UNSC as well as NATO, by using both to threaten and terrorize the world, destabilize weak but energy rich Muslims nations. USA got the UNSC to unleash economic terrorism on Iranian people by imposing sanctions, crippling their economy.  

As part of economic terrorism, EU embargo on Iranian oil that takes effect on July 01 (Sunday) is the latest move in US imposed “international” effort to force Tehran to halt its legitimate nuclear program even as many countries keep installing nuclear reactors for nuke production in preparation for future global wars for energy and water. 


Many terror allies of America have announced to support US cal to cut oil import from Tehran so that its economy is crippled. South Korea is the latest ally to announce to halt Iranian oil imports, becoming the first major Asian buyer of Iranian oil to do so.


Iran produced more than 4 million barrels of oil a day in 2010, but its production fell to a 23-year low before the July 1 start date for the sanctions. The impact of the sanctions, which were announced in January, is not yet clear but it is presumed Iran has successfully withstood the pressure from US led joint terror alliance.


Slowing of the world economy has also weakened demand for oil in recent weeks, bringing its cost down from the near-record highs reached earlier this year. The north Atlantic terror alliance of European Union and the United States wants Islamic Iran to end nuclear research and development work. Talks on the issue have resulted in an impasse between western nations and Iran, the world's fourth largest oil producer. 


Meanwhile, taking advantage of Iran’s besieged position, other oil-producing nations in the Gulf region, as speculated,  have stepped up their oil drilling, so production levels for the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) are near a four-year high.


As it controls the UNSC as its “exclusive boss”, the dictatorial USA could even try to force the anti-West nations like China to cut oil import by following the unilateral directions of Washington.  China is the biggest buyer of Iranian crude oil, defended its imports. Imports from Iran are key part of Beijing's overall fuel imports. China's economic growth in recent years has seen a rise in demand for energy resources, turning it into one of the biggest consumers of crude oil in the world. However, it has been under pressure to cut its imports from Iran after the US threatened that firms dealing with Tehran's energy sector will be cut off from the US financial system.


China's imports from Tehran had fallen significantly in the first four months of the year, but that was mainly due to the ongoing payment dispute and low seasonal demand.  With the dispute now settled, it was business as usual between the two countries. Tony Regan of consultancy firm TriZen told the BBC: "They are quietly carrying on as normal" adding that Beijing was also hopeful that the US will grant it some kind of an exemption from the sanctions, not least because of the delicate nature of the US-China relations.

China's imports of crude oil from Iran rebounded in May after the two countries resolved a payment dispute. Beijing imported almost 524,000 barrels per day, a 35% jump from the previous month. The surge comes even as the US has asked countries to cut oil imports from Iran and threatened to impose sanctions against financial institutions doing business with Iran's energy sector. In May, Beijing's imports of crude oil from Iran rebounded after the two countries resolved the payment dispute. Hong Lei of China's Foreign Ministry said China's importing of Iranian oil is based on its own economic development needs. "This is fully reasonable and legitimate."

  Graphic image showing Iran's top oil export destinations

Under a dictatorial US law that came into effect in 31 December, countries had until 28 June to show they had significantly reduced the amount of crude oil they purchase from Iran or face being cut off from the US financial system.

The US may not want to be seen as the one challenging China on this issue. Knowing it cannot bully the Chinese like it does the Pakistanis, on 29th June the USA has granted China a six-month reprieve from financial sanctions for buying Iranian oil. Not just China, in fact, all 20 of Iran's major oil buyers have now been exempted from the sanctions before they come into effect on Friday. US foreign terror minister Hilary Clinton said China and Singapore, which also received the temporary exception, had earned the reprieve by cutting imports.

Madam Clinton said that the significant reductions by all 20 countries showed that the sanctions had made an impact. "Their cumulative actions are a clear demonstration to Iran's government that Iran's continued violation of its international nuclear obligations carries an enormous economic cost," she said.

US-led west has been ruthless towards Iran for quite some time since the assassination of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein obviously by CIA agents. USA tries to weaken Iran by harping on the bogus nuclear issue. Tehran insists its nuclear program is for peaceful means. The financial sanctions, the economic terrorism, being imposed by UNSC aim more to pile pressure on Iran more to destabilize Iran and make people angry on President Ahmadinejad than to end its uranium enrichment program.

Iran will dismantle all its nuclear infrastructures and nukes, once the UNSC takes sincere steps to create a nuclear-free world.

Americans must, therefore, make its nuclear policy clear to the world!

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