Friday, April 28, 2006

NATO is ready.


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The UN not quite yet...as usual.

The IAEA is wasting time and money, again.
"Iran has ignored a UN Security Council demand to suspend all nuclear fuel enrichment",
the head of the UN’s nuclear watchdog has concluded today.

I knew that six weeks ago!

The good news comes from Sofia, Bulgaria, where Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice met NATO ministers.

Condoleeza Rice won broad support from NATO allies for a tough diplomatic line on Iran if, as expected, Tehran fails to meet Friday's U.N. deadline to stop enriching uranium for its nuclear program.
source here






4 Comments:

Anonymous siro said...

I mean, Ezio, the idea of another war in the Middle East is quite scaring. I think nobody would like to see it, evan George W. Bush.
But what other solutions are there when you have such a menace as Iran?
Dialogue? Let's leave these subjects to the politically correct.
War will be unavoidable, I fear.

(By the way, how do you find my English? I haven't employed it for years, I hope that it isn't so bad!...)

12:39 AM  
Blogger The Doc said...

Dear Siro, the world hasn't seen a nutcase like Ahmadinejad since Hitler. He's a danger. He must be stopped. If someone says that Israel doesn't have the right to exist and should be wiped off the face of the earth, then you know that this someone MUST be stopped.
There is just one alternative. Difficult to pursue, but...you never know. In medicine, when you face a patient who is a danger EITHER to himself or to other people, you section him under the Mental Act and eventually you lock him up in a psychiatric ward. That's the alternative to war. Your English is excellent. Ciao

12:50 AM  
Anonymous Debbie said...

Doc, you are so right. Where is Ahmadinejad's shrink when we need him. Lock that psycho up, quick!

I wanted to tell you, I went to see the movie, "United 93" today. The movie about the 9/11 flight that the passengers grounded to save the Whitehouse or Capitol.

It was amazing, accurate, and well-done. The auditorium was silent, not a sound. When the movie was over, everyone just sat there, silent.

I had tears in my eyes. I felt proud to be an American.

I felt sad for the loss of innocent life.

I felt anger at the evil men and religion that caused all this tragedy.

You should have been at Right Truth while I was gone to defend me against this Fabio. He and Cavmi finally made nice before I even got home and back online. So all is well there.

Have a wonderful night and very nice posts today. Thank you.

3:03 AM  
Blogger The Doc said...

I go and watch it as soon as it comes to Eurabia. Glad you liked it...
Have a good w/e

9:04 AM  

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