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Iran sanctions relief can fund “bad behavior”

August 7, 2015

Obama administration official Susan Rice says that we should expect that some assets unfrozen in the Iranian nuclear deal will fund Iran’s “bad behavior.”  This behavior includes bomb attacks by Hezbollah against Israel.

This acknowledgment is an illustration that it’s okay for the federal government to allow piles of money to flow to Iran.  But if you as a private citizen sent just enough money to Iran to buy a Persian rug or a can of pistachio nuts, you could be prosecuted or fined.

3 comments

  1. Tree-crop farmers in California are affected by the drought, so US pistachios will be scarce, costly, and of poor quality.

    The lifting of sanctions would allow Iran to make plenty of US dollars on pistachios.

    I sure hope Chile starts planting pistachio trees. Much of Chile’s climate and terrain resembles that of California (in north-to-south mirror image) and I expect that it would be possible to grow good pistachios there.


    • They should have started back in the 70s!


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