"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Saturday, February 19, 2005
Photo by Viktor Korotayev/Reuters
(Reuters) It must be pretty powerful in order to say this:
"The latest steps by Iran convince Russia that Iran indeed does not intend to produce nuclear weapons and we will continue to develop relations in all sectors, including peaceful atomic energy," Putin told Iran's top nuclear negotiator, Hassan Rohani.
It looks like this man has not learned anything from the School massacre many months ago. I think it's time that the Russians elect a real leader who understands the threats that face the world. More below.
President Vladimir Putin said on Friday he was convinced Iran was not trying to build a nuclear weapon and that Russia would press ahead with nuclear cooperation with the Islamic Republic.
"We hope Iran will strictly stick to all agreements with Russia or the international community," Putin said at the start of talks with Rohani at the Kremlin.
The only logical reasons that he is doing this (or at least the only ones that make sense to me) are that money is involved and he is trying to bring back the "glory of mother Russia" as the world once knew her. Either way I think this is pretty stupid and seems a repeat of Iraq where Russia helped out Saddam. If war does break out between Iran and the U.S. (which may happen because Syria, Iran's soul mate is being very uncooperative right now) Russia would probably complain before the world community and "deja vu" would happen all over again. Selah!
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