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Iran Welcomes the E.U. & Repudiates U.S. Dollar

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani returned to Tehran with a smile. The release of international sanctions has brought a bounty all its own to both the E.U. and Iran; 40 Billion Dollars’ worth.

Conspicuous as these events may be, there remain a few that reveal much more about the Obama Administration’s handling of both the Nuclear Agreement and Iraq/Syria. It continues to be my contention that the President deliberately avoided taking aggressive actions in either Syria or Iraq and for one very good reason. A pipeline from Iran to either the Black Sea and/or thru Syria to the Med (there is also a planned pipeline from Iran to the terminal hub in Turkey just west of Istanbul.)

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