Jon Spencer wrote:
> Ahem, it is embarrassing when you dissimulate. We bought oil through the
> oil for food program, wherein the money is carefully tracked.
By the U.N., which you seem not to trust.
> And you are
> not so stupid as to not know that I am talking about the other type of
> transactions that these countries agreed not to do. Or am I incorrect in
> that assumption?
Probably, unless you can be more specific. The only countries I can think of that
are true sanctions busters aren't OECD countries.
> Marc A. Schindler disemulated:
> Ahem. The US bought 795 million barrels of crude oil last year from Iraq.
> blame Europe.
> (as opposed to 1,611 mb from Saudi Arabia, the largest supplier of crude,
> 1,356 mb from Canada, the 3rd largest supplier of crude; Iraq was #6)
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