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At the same time, Iranian officials try to build trust and resolve differences. They negotiate in good faith. In return, they're rebuffed, stonewalled, and betrayed.
It's up to Washington to break the deadlock and end sanctions. They're harsh and unfair. Short of capitulation, tug-of-war diplomacy won't end. Hillary Clinton said Tehran must "close the gaps. All of our sanctions will remain in place and continue to move forward" for the duration.
They're about making Iran's economy scream. They're not for its legitimate nuclear program. That's red herring camouflage for bigger fish to fry. At issue is installing puppet leaders Washington controls. War looks likely to try.
Negotiating with America accomplishes nothing. It never did before and won't now. "Therefore, resistance seems to be the only option left for the Iranian side to convey its message to the West and to uphold the inalienable rights of the Iranian nation."
America and Israeli want imperial dominance. Iran wants to live free in peace.
Sovereign states deserve that much and more. Wars won't end until enough of them unite and resist. If not soon, they'll continue and expand dangerously.
Never in history has one nation devoted so much firepower to global death and destruction.
Saving humanity depends on restoring peace and stability before it's too late to matter. There may not be much time left to do it.
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