Canada-Iran on September 7, 2012, Research Paper

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This is not a case of two nations with differing world views -- Canada maintains relations with Cuba, the Gulf States and other nations with extremist policy elements -- but a case where one nation has publicly announced its desire to commit genocide. Iran is therefore a special case, as nation whose present course represents a direct threat to peace in the world. That country needs to make the moves to bridge the gap and bring the dispute to resolution, because it is the country that has the track record of brutal repression, genocidal incitement and pursuit of weapons of mass destruction. Canada occupies the moral high ground, and the only resolution can come when the Iranian people take back their country from the zealots. This is the impediment that needs to be removed -- the irrational, racist mullahs controlling Iran need to be removed and replaced with a secular, intellectual and demographically-elected government.

Works Cited:

De Luce, D. (2003). Journalist murdered, Iran admits. The Guardian. Retrieved September 28, 2012 from

BBC. (2012). Canada closes Iranian embassy and kicks out diplomats. British Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved September 28, 2012 from

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