Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Europe Says It Can Do Without Iran's Oil

Well, well, well. It looks like sides are being formed on the issue of Iran. Europe says that if Iran stops selling it oil as a payback to any sanctions the West imposes on it -- well, Europoe will get their oil elsewhere -- maybe from the other OPEC countries; maybe from Canada???

Apparently the U.S. stopped buying Iranian crude in the 1990's. But elsewhere, a number are not so quick to write off their need for Iranian oil -- the U.K. being one such party.

But Europe doesn't have to worry as the sanctions the rest of the West is imposing aren't going to hurt Iran enough for it to take any such action to withdraw its oil from certain markets.

Bottom line is that Iran says it does not need neither the U.S. or the European markets. There's enough other buyers out there.

What we're noticing here is positioning, positioning, positioning. But let's not forget sanctions won't work on Iran -- they'll do whatever it takes to keep pursuing their goal of Nuclear weapons. The sooner we realize that only true military force or the threat of force is the only way to treat this spoiled brat, the sooner she will be eliminated as a threat to world peace.

Newt Gingrich was right last night during the Foreign Policy GOP debate when he said that the goal in Iran must not just be to eliminate it's nuclear development sites, but rather to eliminate the current regime.

Here are the details if you still have the heart to read more. . .

EU: Iran oil embargo wouldn't hu... JPost - Iranian Threat - News

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