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    Maybe was. It's all but finished now. No matter what nonsense you hear, the US will pull out and the Talitubbies will take back over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
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    Israel is ‘central guarantor of its own security’
    But please Uncle Sam keep sending us those "presents" of high explosives, nuclear weapons, missiles, very fast air planes, very large flying petrol stations and enormous bombs.

    Then we will tell you when they are used up and you can send some more.

    There is never any blood on your hands.
    today us told israel that they aint got enough jet fighters and bombers to destroy iranian nuclear plants. they said they should buy some more from them, especially some bunker crackers. they recommended about 1000 planes are needed for the airstrike. its just a question of time

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    Quote Originally Posted by buriramboy View Post
    Iran has halted oil sales to British and French companies, the nation's oil ministry has said.
    A spokesman was reported as saying on the ministry's website that Iran would "sell our oil to new customers".
    European Union member states had earlier agreed to stop importing Iranian crude from 1 July.
    The move is intended to pressure Tehran to stop enriching uranium, which can be used for civilian nuclear purposes but also to build warheads.

    BBC News - Iran 'halts oil sales to France and Britain'

    Good excuse to sink the warship now seeing as all wars are fought over oil these days.
    Rhetorical given they were not buying from Iran anyway. (UK not at all, France only a small amound and had already said they'd stop in a few months.

    This counter move by Iran is rather empty then, however, considered a bit of a warning towards other Euro countries such as Italy and Spain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Wilson
    This counter move by Iran is rather empty then,
    Similar to that bastions of double speak the UK/France/USA. They called for an EU wide ban on Iranian oil but failed to tell all the other EU countries they don't import any themselves. But hey it makes headlines for the political leaders and they can strut around looking important.
    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    ^ quite well put,

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Wilson
    This counter move by Iran is rather empty then,
    Similar to that bastions of double speak the UK/France/USA. They called for an EU wide ban on Iranian oil but failed to tell all the other EU countries they don't import any themselves. But hey it makes headlines for the political leaders and they can strut around looking important.
    Don't be such a tit. Iranian oil sales to the various EU members are public knowledge.

    That's why they didn't ban purchases overnight, certain countries needed time to make alternative arrangements, and Italy are still being paid in oil for work already done in Iran.

    The only doublespeak here is from you. A pathetic attempt at inventing a falsehood.

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    ^ really ???

    Iran’s Decision to Halt Oil Sales Will Have ‘No Impact,’ U.K.’s Hague Says



    By Ladane Nasseri - Feb 21, 2012 3:39 AM GMT+0700


    Jan. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Total SA Chief Executive Officer Christophe de Margerie talks about the European embargo on Iranian oil and shale gas production. He speaks with Maryam Nemazee on Bloomberg Television's "Countdown" at the World Economic Forum's annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland. (Source: Bloomberg)

    Iran’s decision to halt sales of crude oil to French and British buyers to pre-empt a European Union ban on imports will have “no impact on Britain’s energy security or supplies,” said U.K. Foreign Secretary William Hague.

    Iran “will give its crude oil to new customers instead of French and U.K. companies,” the Shana oil ministry news website reported, citing Alireza Nikzad Rahbar, a ministry spokesman. The announcement came as OPEC’s second-biggest producer negotiates contracts to supply China.
    The action may “prompt further price gains for crude,” John Caiazzo, president of Acuvest Commodity Brokers Inc. in Temecula, California, wrote in a note to clients today.

    France got 4 percent of its oil imports from Iran in the first half of 2011 and the U.K. 1 percent, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Iran will raise crude volumes sent to China “soon,” the state Mehr news agency said Feb. 16.
    The producer is suspending exports as tension rises in the Gulf over its nuclear program, sending oil prices to the highest level in nine months. The EU and U.S. have imposed additional sanctions against the country, restricting trade and financial transactions. Iran, the largest producer in the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries after Saudi Arabia, is also under four rounds of United Nations sanctions.
    “The Iranian government can act to bring sanctions to an end,” Hague said in comments today to lawmakers in the House of Commons in London. “Our ultimate goal is a return to negotiations that addresses all the issues of concern about Iran’s nuclear program and the successful conclusion of those negotiations.”

    from bloomberg

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    It would impact Italy, as they'd have to go on the open market to establish a new contract (or contracts). They are not *buying* Iranian oil, they are being *paid* with it, so a double blow for them.

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    you sound like a complete BNP fuckwit, harryb, proud British retard etc... but what else is new ?

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    [quote=Hampsha;2022977
    The US could wipe out any country in Europe without a problem. What can Iran really do other than something nuts in the event of an American attack. Everyone outside of China and Russia must submit to America these days.[/quote]


    Ermm.....Moscow in in Europe. Are you saying USA can wipe out Russia without a promplem?

    And you USA people please stop calling it MosCOW as in a fcking great big cow munching grass in a field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    you sound like a complete BNP fuckwit, harryb, proud British retard etc... but what else is new ?
    I have no idea where that ridiculous drivel comes from, but I suppose being a bit stupid and all, you don't have a fucking clue what we're on about, your retarded gallic fag.

    I'd be more concerned about your pathetic euro crisis if I were you.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    you sound like a complete BNP fuckwit, harryb, proud British retard etc... but what else is new ?
    Oh dear. While every British and American is retard to you, please do a diagnostic check with your hea... eh, of military victories of Belgians, and the French to that matter, against the British. Exocet fired by argies so far being the high point of French...

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    [QUOTE=Iceburg Slim;2024401]
    Quote Originally Posted by Hampsha;2022977
    The US could wipe out any country in Europe without a problem. What can Iran really do other than something nuts in the event of an American attack. Everyone outside of China and Russia must submit to America these days.[/quote


    Ermm.....Moscow in in Europe. Are you saying USA can wipe out Russia without a promplem?

    And you USA people please stop calling it MosCOW as in a fcking great big cow munching grass in a field.
    IMHO Moscow is not in Europe. Now this is really weird - as it is not in Asia either. Nobody wants Moscow... especially their airport.

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    ^ Well their footy teams play in UEFA competitions.

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    sure greek team is there playing as well. eur bastards

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    And the four by twos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    Iranian oil sales to the various EU members are public knowledge.
    To the informed or dedicated reader you are right, unfortunately many in the world fall outside that definition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Wilson View Post
    Rhetorical given they were not buying from Iran anyway. (UK not at all, France only a small amound and had already said they'd stop in a few months.
    This counter move by Iran is rather empty then, however, considered a bit of a warning towards other Euro countries such as Italy and Spain.
    Realy !!! Have you been to your local gas station lately ?
    Iran is selling less oil at a higher price. Smart move I would say. They keep up the tension with headlines that sell. Those sneaky little Iranians have learned alot from their beloved enemy Israel.

    21.02.2012
    Oil increased to a nine-month high after Greece won a second bailout and Iran said it stopped selling crude to France and Britain.
    Oil prices have crept higher amid a brighter outlook for the U.S. economy and heightened tensions over Iran's nuclear program. And now, oil is trading at a nine-month high after Iran said it had halted some oil shipments and threatened to halt more and European leaders agreed to lend Greece $170 billion to avoid a debt default.
    Feb. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Oil rose to the highest level in more than nine months after euro-area finance ministers agreed on a second bailout for Greece and Iran said it stopped selling oil to France and Britain.
    NEW YORK — Oil prices on Tuesday climbed to the highest level since May on concerns about Europe's oil supplies.
    Iran announced over the weekend that it will stop selling oil to Britain and France in retaliation for a planned European oil embargo this summer. The move was mainly symbolic — Britain and France import almost no oil from Iran — but it raised concerns that Iran could take the same hard line with other European nations that use more Iranian crude

    And we now interupt our program to bring you a word from our local oil sponsors





    A semiofficial Iranian news agency quotes a senior military commander as saying that Tehran will strike pre-emptively at its enemies, if it feels it is in danger.
    The comments by deputy head of Iran's armed forces Gen. Mohammed Hejazi were carried by Fars agency on Tuesday.
    "We do not wait for enemies to take action against us," says Hejazi, who heads the military's logistical wing.
    "We will use all our means to protect our national interests." The U.S. and Israel have not ruled out military action against Iran's nuclear program, which they say is aimed at developing weapons technology. Iran says its program is for peaceful purposes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    those Iranians need to start kicking some American ass,
    How dare you Butterfly ! Americans can only be bitch slapped by their masters:

    Netanyahu calls top US general (US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman General Martin Dempsey) a servant of Iran.
    Israel decides when Americans get killed. Not You !

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman
    Israel decides when Americans get killed. Not You !
    Israel really needs to fuck Americans hard and raw so that they start to get the message that they are a cheap whore for Israel, then they might start to wake up

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda
    Iranian oil sales to the various EU members are public knowledge.
    To the informed or dedicated reader you are right, unfortunately many in the world fall outside that definition.
    You were not talking about "many in the world", you absurdly said:

    They called for an EU wide ban on Iranian oil but failed to tell all the other EU countries they don't import any themselves.
    That's bollocks, that is.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman
    Israel decides when Americans get killed. Not You !
    Israel really needs to fuck Americans hard and raw so that they start to get the message that they are a cheap whore for Israel, then they might start to wake up
    This "statement" from a US/UK hater. Get real, France or Belgium do not have a say in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nostromo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman
    Israel decides when Americans get killed. Not You !
    Israel really needs to fuck Americans hard and raw so that they start to get the message that they are a cheap whore for Israel, then they might start to wake up
    This "statement" from a US/UK hater. Get real, France or Belgium do not have a say in the world.
    I think it's the idea of getting fucked hard and raw that turns him on. He's probably out Kruising for a Katoey as we speak.


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    This thread just turned really gay..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    This thread just turned really gay..
    Is that what brought you here?

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