Iranian negotiators reject hardline criticism of nuclear talks

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StephanLarose wrote:

Funny how Western powers make trumped up WMD claims like they did in Iraq, despite the fact that their own intelligence agencies unanimously agree that the nuclear weapons program was abandoned in 2003. Of course, war is big business, and Israel’s got a vastly disproportional level of influence in Washington. The US endorses apartheid and illegal nuclear weapons for Israel, but hypocritically, refuses to negotiate with Iran–a country it destabilized decades ago when it had the CIA overthrow their democratically elected president (Mossadegh) and installed the brutal Shah dictatorship. Why? To control Iran’s oil of course. No wonder the world looks at the US with such suspicion and disdain, the US doesn’t care about int’l law, human rights, democracy or any of that, the US is a hypocrite that wants to control global resources to maintain its military dominance and continue killing millions in illegal wars with impunity.

Apr 16, 2014 7:45pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
ChangeIranNow wrote:

North Korea promised former President Jimmy Carter during his 1994 visit to Pyongyang it would close a nuclear reactor at Yongbyon in exchange for food and humanitarian aid. The reactor was subsequently re-opened. Memo to the Obama administration: tyrants lie.

Apr 16, 2014 8:58pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
dontbgulible wrote:

Always remember as you are negotiating with iran,that it is very easy to tell when they are lying to you…..their mouth will be moving!!!!!!

Apr 17, 2014 12:14pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
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