“North Korea is halting its nuclear program in order to receive aid in food, and this is what should be done with Iran as well,” one unnamed official said.
“Suffocating sanctions could lead to a grave economic situation in Iran and to a shortage of food,” the source said. “This would force the regime to consider whether the nuclear adventure is worthwhile, while the Persian people have nothing to eat and may rise up as was the case in Syria, Tunisia and other Arab states.”
Makes me wonder if the self proclaimed liberators and "democracy" promoting Iranians who advocate "crippling" sanctions really do mean starving Iranian citizens to reach their goal. The only difference between Iranian traitors and this racist Israeli is that the latter is more honest about his views whereas Iranians who advocate crippling sanctions hide behind human rights issues to spew out their hatred of ordinary Iranians.
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