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VIDEO: An American Observing Sanctions in Iran

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VIDEO: An American Observing Sanctions in Iran

Post  GirlBye on Thu Nov 15, 2018 10:53 pm




American sanctions on Iran are affecting the country dramatically. Iranians are getting maneuvered hard by policies meant to crush their economy. Usually, my content is about uplifting human stories--and I have a great one coming soon about Iran--but I felt it would be unfair not to show this story of sanctions too.

Politicians like John Bolton make this sound like a success but it's nothing to be proud of when you ruin people's lives. The most pro-American country--as in pro-American people--is getting pressed on hard by American policy. Sanctions don't hurt the wealthy in power, they hurt the middle and lower classes the most.

People and politics are two separate things. As people of the world, I look forward to the day when the world operates in a way that's not baked in deception, greed, and manipulation. I love Iranian, American, and all people.

There are many lessons the world could learn from the Iranian people. I traveled to Iran alone but was never alone, the hospitality and authenticity there are humbling. The culture is a prize with its depth and beauty.

Much love and respect for you Iranians. Better days are ahead.
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