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Tricky comments. Sanctions against Iran: “You did not understand us ...”

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For anyone, it will not be a surprise yet another statement of the fact that American leaders cannot take their word for it. Yes, and signed documents, too. For the introduced principle “but you misunderstood us” acted, acts and will continue as long as it is beneficial for the United States.


Tricky comments. Sanctions against Iran: “You did not understand us ...”


It seems that everything began very solemnly and correctly. Iran abandons its military nuclear program, sanctions are lifted. Everything is designed as it should be. But then the nuances began. How in today's world without them?

It turns out that the US will continue to impose sanctions on Iran, not related to the nuclear deal. So, at least, declared the American Minister of Finance Jacob Lew.

“As we have always said, although the Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (IFAP) deals with nuclear program issues, it does not apply to other areas where Iran’s behavior remains unacceptable. We will continue targeted actions related to sanctions outside the FACU. "

According to the minister, Americans, including American banks, will continue to be barred from cooperation with almost all Iranian structures, so the American embargo in a broad sense remains in force.

Everything is as usual, however. All again misunderstood the United States.

And what, one wonders, the garden of the city?

And everything is simple. It turns out that these sanctions were ready for introduction at the end of last year. But the implementation of this project could lead to the disruption of negotiations on the exchange of prisoners between the US and Iran. What was unambiguously stated by Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif. And after consultations between Kerry and Obama, it was decided not to hurry.

As a result, the US administration decided to postpone the introduction of limited and targeted sanctions for the recent test of a ballistic missile capable of carrying nuclear warheads.

No one was embarrassed by the fact that Iran does not have nuclear warheads and is not foreseen in the light of the aforementioned agreements. But the reason is found, respectively, why not introduce sanctions?

But back to the prisoners. For over a year there were secret negotiations on the exchange between states, and then, finally, it happened. The United States and Iran have announced an exchange.

Iran freed four prisoners from the United States — journalist Jason Rezayan, preacher Syed Abedini, soldier Amir Hekmati, and Nosratollu Khosraui, and announced the release of an American student detained in Tehran several months ago.

The United States released seven Iranians, six of whom have dual citizenship. The States also withdrew requests for detention from Interpol and dropped charges against 14 Iranians, whose extradition requests were assessed as unlikely.

On the one hand, everything is fine, on the other - nothing prevents the States from continuing to build a world democracy in Iran with the help of sanctions. Which, apparently, in the very near future, we can observe.

There is a popular saying in Iran: “Scorpion stings not because of hatred, but because of its nature.”

Today shows that world peacekeepers from the United States demonstrate just such a style. No matter what the reason will be, but "Carthage must be destroyed." Under Carthage can be understood by anyone: Iran, Syria, Russia ... All unwanted.

It is somewhat surprising how easily people spend time and resources on adopting inconsequential resolutions. This, incidentally, concerns not only Iran, but many other points. The same Minsk and Norman agreements, the same sanction fuss around Russia.

It has long been understood by people who have thought that action in the mainstream “there would be a desire, but there will be a reason” is the main line of US behavior. With regards to Iran ... well, we lived under sanctions for so long, we will have to live again.

Not really gloating, I will only add that if it went so that soon in the States they would applaud the next speech of the next president, speaking about the exclusive role of the United States in world politics, only a handful of frankly voiced fans.

And Carthage is not so easy to destroy. Especially if Carthage is half the world.
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  1. spech
    spech 18 January 2016 06: 39 New
    24
    Previously, such a candelabrum was hit on the head.
    1. vyinemeynen
      vyinemeynen 18 January 2016 07: 53 New
      +7
      I wonder how many planes Iran will now buy from the United States?
      1. sa-ag
        sa-ag 18 January 2016 07: 57 New
        +8
        Quote: vyinemeynen
        I wonder how many planes Iran will now buy from the United States?

        Well, it’s not known from the USA, but the intention to purchase somewhere from 114 passenger A-340s from Europe was announced
      2. atalef
        atalef 18 January 2016 08: 17 New
        0
        Quote: vyinemeynen
        I wonder how many planes Iran will now buy from the United States?

        He refused superjets
        will buy in europe
        Iran agreed to buy 114 civilian aircraft from a European airline manufacturer Airbus, Iran’s Minister of Transport said on Saturday, January 16, ahead of the anticipated lifting of international sanctions on Iran.

        "We have taken the first step towards concluding a contract with Airbus for the purchase of 114 aircraft," Abbas Akhundi is quoted by the TASNIM news agency as quoted by the news agency.

        Airbus said it was not participating in commercial negotiations with Iran until sanctions were lifted. Sanctions against Iran are expected to be lifted on Saturday, January 16th. Iran also said it has released four US citizens from prison.
        1. m262
          m262 18 January 2016 08: 32 New
          +8
          Well, now he will buy a superjet, why should he fly on something? In Europe, the money will most likely be arrested, but Russia, I hope, has already understood that it is necessary to think with its own head, and not with "international agreements" ...
    2. atalef
      atalef 18 January 2016 08: 23 New
      +1
      The more and longer Iran was under sanctions, the more profitable it would be for Russia. today open Russian exchanges and oil trading exchanges.
      against the background of the exchange of sanctions and Iran’s promises to enter the oil market tomorrow with 500 tons of barrels per day and an increase of up to 1 million per day ---- let's see how much oil prices fall today 9 and this is only from Iran)
      every dollar falling in prices is 1 billion dollars lost in the budget of Russia.
      Saudi stock exchange fell 7% yesterday.
      Look at how much the ruble and oil will fall today - and I’m not talking about how much the lifting of sanctions from Iran (for Russia) will cost today. about that. how much (oil) was lost only on the expectations of the lifting of sanctions.
      Here is about my vision.
      1. m262
        m262 18 January 2016 08: 46 New
        +1
        That's right, I meant the trick of the "iPhone" with a contract for c300, we need to play on the contradictions between our potential allies and opponents, and "sell" a superjet to Iran, a painfully "tasty" contract!
        And everything is true about oil.
        1. Sid.74
          Sid.74 18 January 2016 09: 13 New
          17
          Quote: atalef
          every dollar falling in prices is 1 billion dollars lost in the budget of Russia.

          Yes, how many zhezh can be, the market in the form in which it is painted is dead.
          All speculators ... and only speculators ... the price of oil, the price of resources does not depend on the offer anymore. On exchanges, everything is built on the expectations of banks, and Wishlist rating agencies, bureaucrats from the Fed, only they are all the same people that go from bank to Fed, from Fed to bank, from bank to rating agency.
          Real oil on the exchanges is marigold, and everything else is paper futures, a substitute for goods, goods that will not be produced and mined.
          An attempt to explain the fall in oil and resources by some quick deliveries of oil from Iran is nonsense, and the expectation of lifting sanctions from Iran is also nonsense.
          Everything is much simpler, interest in paper "securities" falls, and the market collapses. And these "securities" are already traded at the cash desks in "Walmart". Like lottery tickets ... this is an indicator ... this is the bottom.
          And therefore, China has stalled, since 3 / 4 of all traders were housewives, taxi drivers who participated in the market, and then everything collapsed ... here is an unexpected man.
          And all attempts to explain why one falls and the other grows, it is an attempt to pull an owl on the globe ... for the volume of nothing worth securities on goods, services, swaps, insurance, loans .... cyclopic, and exceeds, according to conservative estimates, the real market 20 times.
          And financiers will eat the cactus until they are hanged, because greed drives them.
          1. atalef
            atalef 18 January 2016 10: 31 New
            -5
            Everything is interesting with you - when oil was at 120 - (at a production price of 5-15 bucks) - this is a fair price, but as it came to 30 (which is also not a frail fat) - then speculators profit, the bestial grin of capitalism
      2. crazy_fencer
        crazy_fencer 18 January 2016 08: 54 New
        +2
        The right vision. Oil - minus 2,23% (28,46), dollar - +1,63 (77,68), euro - +2,13 (84,74).
        1. user
          user 18 January 2016 09: 34 New
          +9
          The right vision.


          What does oil have to do with stocks of oil, if you read the special literature you will find out that real (physically extracted) oil on exchanges is only 2%, and the rest is only on paper. It is not necessary to deal with the volumes of production and consumption on the exchanges and their forecasts, but you need to trade only really mined and in storage, then everything will fall into place. After all, it’s one thing to print bucks uncontrollably and use them to steer exchanges and forecasts, and it’s another thing to trade real oil (you won’t print much like a dollar, and the forecasts will not be right, however, like the ratings, but it turns out that facebook is on the exchange more expensive than Rosneft).
          1. Grbear
            Grbear 18 January 2016 11: 05 New
            +3
            user What does oil have to do with stocks of oil, if you read the special literature you will find out that real (physically extracted) oil on exchanges is only 2%, and the rest is only on paper.

            Sid.74 And therefore, China has stalled, since 3 / 4 of all traders were housewives, taxi drivers who participated in the market, and then everything collapsed ... here is an unexpected man.

            Interesting data ... If this is true, then why:
            - Does our government "play" on the stock exchange on a par with Chinese cooks?
            - Does our government invest in these games with real gold reserves and budget cuts?
            - Doesn't our governments see the "bubbly" nature of stock exchanges and honestly try to play by the rules that others write?

            This is puzzling fool in extreme form or conscious action?
            Questions however ... hi
            1. user
              user 18 January 2016 19: 45 New
              +1
              If this is true, then why:


              Alas, this is true; all this is the result of the Bretton Woods agreement of 1944.
          2. _my opinion
            _my opinion 18 January 2016 16: 18 New
            +4
            Quote: user
            The right vision.


            What does oil have to do with stocks of oil, if you read the special literature you will find out that real (physically extracted) oil on exchanges is only 2%, and the rest is only on paper. It is not necessary to deal with the volumes of production and consumption on the exchanges and their forecasts, but you need to trade only really mined and in storage, then everything will fall into place. After all, it’s one thing to print bucks uncontrollably and use them to steer exchanges and forecasts, and it’s another thing to trade real oil (you won’t print much like a dollar, and the forecasts will not be right, however, like the ratings, but it turns out that facebook is on the exchange more expensive than Rosneft).

            as for oil, I can add that it’s not the oil that is sold / bought on the exchanges itself, but the supply contracts ... apparently, the same thing is happening here as with stocks. Here is an example - the shares of a certain company began to cost a penny, and the question arises - what assets of that company are equal to the value of shares? I believe that both stocks and futures (supply contracts) have turned into something that, on the one hand, is independent, and on the other, continues to influence its ancestor (an enterprise, when it comes to stocks or oil, if it is about futures). a mutation of the original idea into something else ...
      3. Sirocco
        Sirocco 18 January 2016 10: 59 New
        0
        Quote: atalef
        every dollar falling in prices is 1 billion dollars lost in the budget of Russia.

        And what is the benefit of Israel? 0
        1. atalef
          atalef 18 January 2016 12: 32 New
          +9
          Quote: Sirocco
          Quote: atalef
          every dollar falling in prices is 1 billion dollars lost in the budget of Russia.

          And what is the benefit of Israel? 0

          From falling oil prices? Our gasoline is getting cheaper - that's all the benefit
          1. Old shoe
            Old shoe 18 January 2016 18: 57 New
            +5
            Here is a feeling that atalef is minus one flag belay Some kind of thoughtless patriotism. Well, can’t you read unbiased comments? Oil is getting cheaper, gasoline is getting cheaper, they feel good about it. And what did he say such seditious? And which of us would be upset if some goods or the same gasoline fell in price in our stores? We ourselves are indignant that gasoline lives our own lives - it rises in price, even with expensive, even with cheap oil ... Hehe, atalef, you, like gasoline, are just the opposite. Whatever you say - always minus laughing
            1. svd-xnumx
              svd-xnumx 18 January 2016 20: 15 New
              +1
              Here is a feeling that atalef is being minus one belay flag. Some thoughtless patriotism. Well, can’t you read unbiased comments? Oil is getting cheaper, gasoline is getting cheaper, they feel good about it. And what did he say such seditious?
              In the current situation with the price of oil and other energy resources, it is strange that it did not become an impetus for an increase in production (at least of the same cars), although if you look at the development of the world economy in recent years, then the main increase was given by developing countries, and the fall in prices energy carriers hit them. In developed countries, there may be some kind of GDP growth, but I think it is small. China, as a "world factory", on the one hand, benefits from low oil prices, and on the other hand, the number of buyers of their products decreases due to the fall in GDP and life in resource-producing countries.
      4. shuhartred
        shuhartred 18 January 2016 11: 12 New
        +4
        Quote: atalef
        and calculate how much the lifting of sanctions from Iran will cost today (for Russia)

        It will cost us an extra 5-7r. in the price of gasoline and, accordingly, along the chain, a 15-20% increase in price is decisively everything. Damn the theater of the absurdity of some kind, in this world, with cheap energy, prices are falling, and the economy is accelerating and only here the economy is stagnating, and prices are rising regardless of whether oil is cheaper or more expensive. When it gets cheaper, prices rise even faster. belay
  2. Kos_kalinki9
    Kos_kalinki9 18 January 2016 06: 56 New
    14
    Everything as usual. So in the light of the latest decisions of the Fashinton regional committee, there is little hope of lifting sanctions from Russia. As much as the liberal stratum of our society would bubble that they would do it and that would be all in chocolate, lifting the sanctions is a myth. The following sanctions can be imposed on us because, suppose we eat a sandwich incorrectly (remember the cat Matroskin) laughing
    1. tol100v
      tol100v 18 January 2016 09: 02 New
      +3
      Quote: Kos_kalinki9
      The following sanctions can be imposed on us because, suppose we eat a sandwich incorrectly (remember the cat Matroskin)

      Yes, and the current sanctions against Russia would have been imposed if it had not been for Crimea and LDNR! The nature is so filthy at the SGA!
    2. gaura
      gaura 18 January 2016 10: 34 New
      +1
      Yes Easy! They even fear each other with sanctions; we recall the Germans and Poles. Sanctions are already simply fashionable: D
    3. Mikhail Krapivin
      Mikhail Krapivin 18 January 2016 13: 11 New
      0
      It's like that. It would be a desire, but you can get to the pillar.
      1. kaa_andrey
        kaa_andrey 18 January 2016 16: 53 New
        +1
        when the "gentleman" loses he changes the rules of the game!
  3. Great-grandfather of Zeus
    Great-grandfather of Zeus 18 January 2016 06: 57 New
    +6
    Iran-uranium! In the sense, spit the Iranians on the United States and their promises and continue to quietly enrich uranium for yourself and make nuclear weapons, because only it can be a guarantee of your existence.
    1. Cap.Morgan
      Cap.Morgan 18 January 2016 08: 48 New
      -1
      But Iran is definitely not our ally. Rather, a temporary companion.
      Close to our borders. Yes, and with a bomb.
      Muslim Shiite enclave. All guardians of the revolution there. Griboedov was killed there, by the way.
      And Pakistan, by the way, also with a bomb.
  4. sa-ag
    sa-ag 18 January 2016 06: 58 New
    +3
    "Iran freed from sanctions enters the oil market" http://www.vesti.ru/doc.html?id=2709202
  5. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 18 January 2016 07: 01 New
    +4
    We will continue targeted actions related to sanctions outside the JCPOA

    As they were financial and political scammers, they remain so. And nothing will change this country, whose president has buzzed everyone's ears with American "exclusivity" and power. But the Iranians recently showed the United States a place at one plumbing fixture, unveiling footage of the Americans on their knees and with their hands behind their heads.
  6. ImPerts
    ImPerts 18 January 2016 07: 16 New
    +6
    President Rouhani has already stated that this is not very necessary.
    In any case, a similar step by the US government into the hands of the Russian military-industrial complex.
  7. Same lech
    Same lech 18 January 2016 07: 31 New
    +5
    It will be the same with MINSK-2 ...

    A paradoxical situation is taking shape ... whatever agreements with the Americans, all sanctions in one form or another against RUSSIA and IRAN remain ...
    How can you even negotiate with these crooks ... they are real scammers.
  8. parusnik
    parusnik 18 January 2016 07: 38 New
    +1
    By their sanctions, the United States resembles the person who cuts the branch on which he sits ...
    1. alllll
      alllll 18 January 2016 08: 15 New
      -6
      Why so? They have abandoned the nuclear program. I see that they will get their way from Putin as well. Sanctions confirm their effectiveness, they cost the Americans nothing, free weapons.
      1. B.T.V.
        B.T.V. 18 January 2016 08: 42 New
        +9
        Quote: alllll
        I see that they will get their way from Putin as well.


        "Wangyue" or trying to wishful thinking ?!
        1. alllll
          alllll 19 January 2016 14: 18 New
          0
          Of course I wang. Putin has an election soon, he needs to get out of his ass somehow, otherwise the results will cause a certain dissonance with the real moods of people.
      2. Cap.Morgan
        Cap.Morgan 18 January 2016 08: 51 New
        +6
        Iran may well have nuclear warheads. Therefore, he went to negotiations.
        Iran completed the nuclear program for one reason. He performed it.
  9. velikoros-xnumx
    velikoros-xnumx 18 January 2016 07: 44 New
    16
    "Carthage must be destroyed" is the best way this historical phrase fits the question of the existence of the United States. Given their position and their decisive contribution to creating global chaos and instability, the United States must be destroyed. Otherwise, none of us and our descendants will see a picture of a normal, even relatively normal, world.
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  10. Shiva83483
    Shiva83483 18 January 2016 07: 47 New
    +5
    And who did they believe? Throw rabble from around the world? Achumet ...
  11. Odysseus
    Odysseus 18 January 2016 08: 04 New
    11
    Everything in the article is written correctly, but this also applies to us. It makes no sense for Russia to make concessions to the Americans and negotiate the "lifting of sanctions" or to resolve any other problem the Americans have created.
    For example, we will make concessions on Donbass in exchange for lifting the "sanctions", and the very next day they will introduce new sanctions related to Crimea or Khodorkovsky, or the "persecution of gays", well, etc. to infinity.
    1. Sirocco
      Sirocco 18 January 2016 11: 39 New
      +1
      Quote: Odyssey
      Everything in the article is written correctly, but this also applies to us. It makes no sense for Russia to make concessions to the Americans and negotiate "lifting the sanctions"

      Here it’s not even pointless, and it’s IMPOSSIBLE to make no concessions. They regard concessions as our weakness, and they will twist their hands further.
      Only this time, the focus will not go through with us, and he will finish Russia to the end, the Western coalition will not make more mistakes, he will finish us off if we back off, and they will beat us very cruelly, I think the whole of Russia will flare up.
  12. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 18 January 2016 08: 51 New
    +6
    States is a world mold living off of the rest of the world. They are the embodiment of the most vile, dirty and betraying egoism. They will exist as long as the rest of the world lives according to their rules and exalt their values, adopt their rules and customs.
  13. Nitarius
    Nitarius 18 January 2016 08: 55 New
    +1
    WHEN then, with one blow, someone DESTROY THE WHOLE TOP OF THE USA AND ENGLAND!
    1. heal
      heal 18 January 2016 09: 32 New
      0
      Quote: Nitarius
      WHEN then, with one blow, someone DESTROY THE WHOLE TOP OF THE USA AND ENGLAND!

      Then, when they learn to write correctly.
  14. Senior manager
    Senior manager 18 January 2016 09: 28 New
    +2
    A system of tearing the world has been built, so the destruction of the apex (which consists of talking heads and dolls) of the Saxo-Saxons will not give a result. Destruction of key links is the task that will help solve the problem of survival of the whole world.
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  16. parusnik
    parusnik 18 January 2016 10: 19 New
    +1
    Quote: alllll
    Sanctions confirm their effectiveness

    Sanctions are a disaster, but not a disaster ... smile But they didn’t prove their effectiveness ... Moreover, many countries did not join the US sanctions ... Yes, I’ll remind you ... Israel, the American sanctions are like silk ... But ... there is no disaster ...
    1. alllll
      alllll 19 January 2016 14: 23 New
      0
      If sanctions are not the reason for the fall in our economy, then who? Putin His government? Let's decide.
  17. miha77
    miha77 18 January 2016 10: 24 New
    +1
    Quote: Sid.74
    Quote: atalef
    every dollar falling in prices is 1 billion dollars lost in the budget of Russia.

    Yes, how many zhezh can be, the market in the form in which it is painted is dead.
    All speculators ... and only speculators ... the price of oil, the price of resources does not depend on the offer anymore. On exchanges, everything is built on the expectations of banks, and Wishlist rating agencies, bureaucrats from the Fed, only they are all the same people that go from bank to Fed, from Fed to bank, from bank to rating agency.
    Real oil on the exchanges is marigold, and everything else is paper futures, a substitute for goods, goods that will not be produced and mined.
    An attempt to explain the fall in oil and resources by some quick deliveries of oil from Iran is nonsense, and the expectation of lifting sanctions from Iran is also nonsense.
    Everything is much simpler, interest in paper "securities" falls, and the market collapses. And these "securities" are already traded at the cash desks in "Walmart". Like lottery tickets ... this is an indicator ... this is the bottom.
    And therefore, China has stalled, since 3 / 4 of all traders were housewives, taxi drivers who participated in the market, and then everything collapsed ... here is an unexpected man.
    And all attempts to explain why one falls and the other grows, it is an attempt to pull an owl on the globe ... for the volume of nothing worth securities on goods, services, swaps, insurance, loans .... cyclopic, and exceeds, according to conservative estimates, the real market 20 times.
    And financiers will eat the cactus until they are hanged, because greed drives them.

    Absolutely correct statement while in the world speculators rule the stars, we will not reach!
  18. Belousov
    Belousov 18 January 2016 10: 56 New
    0
    Well, states must show the Saudis that they did not leave them to their own devices.
  19. gg.na
    gg.na 18 January 2016 11: 27 New
    0
    Damn! am That's how it is profitable for them (those who are sitting in a puddle), so they twirl everyone they want! So for every cunning kidney there is always a p / organ with a screw! lol
  20. fa2998
    fa2998 18 January 2016 12: 01 New
    0
    Quote: atalef
    against the background of the exchange of sanctions and Iran’s promises to enter the oil market tomorrow with 500 tons of barrels per day and an increase of up to 1 million per day ---- let's see how much oil prices fall today 9 and this is only from Iran)
    every dollar falling in prices is 1 billion dollars lost in the budget of Russia.

    Well, and who is to blame?! Now the overproduction of oil is about 1,5 million barrels. \ Day. All are blown to OPEC, Iran but 2/3 of the oil is produced by non-OPEC countries and Russia is in the first place. Production in Russia since 2008 (494 million .t) up to 2015 (534 million tons) -Growth (despite falling prices) -40 million tons. Daily production - approx. 11 million barrels per day. This means Russia's considerable contribution to the overproduction of oil. And reduce production they’re not going to, according to the Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation in 2016 A.Teksler’s plans for 533-534 million tons. Here you and the inheritance of future generations are selling cheaply! Probably there will be oil at $ 20 - they will still increase production, if only get his own, but the treasury now receives practically nothing. negative hi
  21. nivander
    nivander 18 January 2016 13: 06 New
    0
    "... the best way to conduct foreign policy is to kick in the stomach from the beginning and then offer sincere friendship" - O. von Bismarck
  22. GEORGE
    GEORGE 18 January 2016 13: 25 New
    0
    Quote: spech
    Previously, such a candelabrum was hit on the head.

    Or an ice ax ...
  23. avg avg
    avg avg 18 January 2016 17: 06 New
    0
    Gentlemen they are, the masters of their word, they wanted - they gave, they wanted to take it back.
  24. KaraBumer
    KaraBumer 21 January 2016 17: 01 New
    0
    What is an exchange? Legalized speculation !!! Unscrupulousness and swindle !!!