Iranian legislators have drafted a bill that would close the Strait of Hormuz for oil tankers heading to countries that support economic sanctions against the country, and in this case, this would be the Rothschild Union (“EU”) countries, who just recently announced sanctions against Iran for its nuclear program, you know, the same nuclear program the powers that be have been talking about for years and years and years to threaten war in the region with.
“There is a bill prepared in the National Security and Foreign Policy committee of Parliament that stresses the blocking of oil tanker traffic carrying oil to countries that have sanctioned Iran,” said MP Ibrahim Agha-Mohammadi (MP = Member of Parliament).
According to Iranian Agha- Mohammadi, 100 of 290 members have signed the bill as of Sunday.
What’s interesting is that the US recently “granted” exemptions to Iran, allowing them to send their oil exports out to places like China, meaning that Iran will not be hurt economically from this if this carries out without a burp. In fact, this means the EU will be in a pickle, as they would be the ones suffering economically from oil unable to reach its shores given its current demand.
Actions like this would usually infuriate and make Zionist Israel scream and yell at the top of their lungs until the US comes over to fight for it and make it all better, but since the US is kind of lost in itself while Europe’s economy is left to suffer in hospice care alone, it’s interesting to see how this will develop, because we were at threat of looming war only months ago.
I am by no means pro Iran, but if anything, I’m willing to give them a fair shake – they’ve been all too often unfairly satirized and exaggerated as a sort of maniacal religious zealous culture that refuses to like us. I think that’s the furthest from the truth.
I suspect Iranian lawmakers know something about the region the mainstream media and war hawk supporters don’t – I think Israel will begrudgingly accept this maneuver, and the US will merely talk the talk and not do anything, because it can’t afford another war, and I suspect a bunch of domestic scandals will keep it plenty occupied. Oh, and as to Iranian lawmakers knowing what’s going on, watch this:
Thanks, Eric Holder, you may have let Iran close the Strait of Hormuz because you want to protect your job, but all you’ve done is spark an American drama for all to see.