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Reader comment on: Russia to Hillary: "Nyet" to Iran Sanctions

Submitted by samuel (South Africa), Oct 15, 2009 11:12

Typical Russian (Stalinist) mentality that won,t take up the fight against Iran and it,s nuclear ambitions ; to busy trying to coax the Chinese into buying oil and natural gas so as fill the bankrupt govt. coffers.What happens when the Russian ex KGB head of the country gives the order to turn off the taps supplying the oil or gas to China as he did to Ukraine last winter ,in order to increase the price of the goods? By then the Chinese will realise to late that they are dealing with rogues who couldn,t care less as to who they deal with as long as it fills the ex -communist now capitalistic govt,s coffers .These same rogues will have to deal with America or other Western countries that won,t tolerate this nonsense ,which begs the question as to why the ex -communists go this route in the first place?.


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I would never Trust Russia. [83 words]

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Nov 4, 2009 17:53

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samuel 

Oct 15, 2009 11:12

TRUST RUSSIA ...ARE YOU KIDDING! [63 words]

Ben Zalman 

Oct 14, 2009 20:02

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