Excess Luggage: Disgruntled Canada Wants Back to Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- Until yesterday it was at the forefront of the NPT-illegal economic warfare against Iran. Today, the Canadian government says it is out for a rip to find the quickest route back to the Islamic Republic – with excess luggage of course.
And with excess luggage we mean this: Foreign Affairs Minister Stéphane Dion has just told reporters that his government will lift some sanctions on Iran now that a deal has been reached to curb – what he called – its “contentious” nuclear program.
And his snobbery doesn’t stop there. Dion goes on to allege that “Canada will maintain a level of mistrust for a regime that must not have nuclear weapons, a regime that is a danger to human rights, and is not a friend to our allies, including Israel.”
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