political figures speak out in Iranian opposition panel

political figures speak out in Iranian opposition panel

The Free Iran Gathering, organized by the main Iranian opposition, the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI), kicked off today in Paris, with a panel entitled “Iran: Prospect for Change”, where six distinguished politicians and media personalities came to the decision that supporting the Iranian people should be the policy of the international community.

The panel, chaired by Ambassador Lincoln Bloomfield, kicked off at 11 am local time with a discussion about the fraudulent nuclear deal, which Donald Trump withdrew from in May, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s list of 12 demands for a new nuclear deal with Iran.

Robert Torricelli’s peach  in Iranian opposition panel

Robert Torricelli addressed,The policy is having been in the Democratic leadership of Congress for many years, but it appears to me that by and large, the trump policy on Iran what we are doing is what everybody else in a quiet moment is thinking. No one can genuinely believe that there is a long-term future for the family of nations, if our goal is international reconciliation, the spreading of markets and prosperity, the strengthen .of international institutions with the Iranian regime at the table.

There could not be more evidence that that simply is not possible. And we all recognize that getting from here to there changing the regime is dangerous, messy, a lot of people and a lot of interest will get hurt. But no one can genuinely believe, at this point, after Syria, after what happened in Iraq, after the use of these horrendous weapons that there’s really an alternative.

So we can all differ on Donald Trump we can all have views about him as an unusual personality in some of his policies but has he not just done with Iran what we all really hate to admit really has to happen. We have a brief and probably fleeting moment in history where the democratic nations are in strong economic position.

Robert Guy Torricelli, nicknamed “the Torch”, is an American politician who served as the United States senator from New Jersey from 1997 to 2003 and a member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New Jersey’s 9th district from 1983 to 1997

I am heartened although. Be fair, I don’t think other nations in the Western alliance are being honest about the future as we are publicly. The cooperation that appears to be coming from Europe on the economic side with the new American standards against Iran, are at least begrudgingly cooperative. That can all lead to the same place.
The regime has to go. And there are only two ways to get there. We do this through economic pressure which leads to internal political change or it happens militarily. No one should want it to happen militarily and those who are against a military answer with the regime, we can also be against the economic. Or how do you intend to get there unless you think this is a permanent state of affairs for the Iranian people. Is it going to succeed?
Inevitably.
Tomorrow I wish it would maybe not thought it would. But of the normal state of affairs, the economic pressure political pressure on the Iranian people is so intense one would think this
would happen almost immediately but there is a lot of experience in the human condition of being
willing and able to accept far more punishment than you would think possible

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