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Tuesday, May 23, 2006

As in Iraq, it is the Worlds Responsibility on Iran

Good old IRNA:

Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki, Tuesday expressed hope Europe's latest proposal to try to resolve the standoff on Iran's nuclear program would be comprehensive and protect the interests of both sides.
Interesting how that works isn't it? Here is Iran in a defiant position, yet it is up to everyone else on the planet to resolve it.

Iran's expectation is that it's demands must be met; the world be damned. It appears that we take that bait.

Meanwhile, IRNA tells us that according to Mohammad-Ali Qane'zadeh, Iranian Ambassador to South Africa:
Iran's nuclear case is tied to the fate of developing states in terms of acquiring modern technologies, as a precondition for success of their development plans.

The United States and nuclear powers do not want other countries to break their monopoly on nuclear technology because any success in this regard will pave the way for scientific and technical independence of other states.
Iran plays its cards, which no doubt they intend to sow into their Islamists against the world plan. This has the effect as an example of the poor Muslims being stepped on by the West, rather than the nuclear technology in the hands of a lunatic.

Anyone see a light at the end of the tunnel that isn't radioactive?


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