The new wave of pro-status quo, anti-sanction campaigns by business interests through mostly connected to, or having sympathy for, the “reformist” faction of the Islamists ruling over Iran has begun.
As dogged attempts designed to frame sanctions on par with war has failed, despite getting a great initial public exposure, some of the new wave of actions backed by the pro regime lobbies have quickly fizzled out as well.
The avalanche of articles, video pleas/testimonials and gatherings all asking for “diplomatic solution” to the intractable problem continues unabated.
What is missing from all these actions, and perhaps the main reason behind their failure, has nothing to do with their true intention, rather, with the dearth of messages lacking any solution.
Assuming the goal is not to buy time, it is one thing to want peace and tranquility, but ignoring indisputable facts is not going to help achieving it.
Fact, Islamists refuse to abide by numerous UNSC resolutions.
Fact, on numerous occasions and at the highest levels, the Messianic Islamists have threatened a UN member state, Israel, with annihilation.
Fact, President Obama is on the record describing their nuke program as a “weaponized” one, even one of the compensated nuke lobbyist admitted on VOA that the program is insurance for the longevity of the regime.
However, the most important basic fact which these peaceniks habitually overlook is the 34 years of sanctions on life, liberty and pursuit of happiness including economic, cultural and human rights the Messianic Islamists have imposed on all Iranians.
In other words, the lovelies are ok with 34 years of Islamists’ oppressive, murderous sanctions, they only object to sanctions which attempt to break the stalemate in place of war.
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