"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Wednesday, March 02, 2005
[Media Source*] (Hat Tip: Regime Change Iran)
France, Britain and Germany, who are spearheading atomic talks with Iran, criticized Tehran on Wednesday for not keeping its pledge to suspend all sensitive parts of its nuclear program that could be used in bomb-making.
Now the EU is upset? It seems silly for Iran to take them seriously after they have been giving them incentives while critizing the U.S. for it's hard stance towards the regime. This is nothing more than a delaying tactic for the regime, and unless Europe gets serious about stopping Iran we may see another nuclear power in the region, a hostile one at best.
"We understand this decision as a voluntary commitment to suspend all, meaning each and every, enrichment-related activities, without exceptions. We urge Iran to keep to this voluntary commitment," Robert Wright, head of Britain's delegation to the IAEA meeting, said for the European trio.
Rules without consequences are merely suggestions. Maybe if Iran voluntarily entered into this agreement, then perhaps they can voluntarily leave as well? Selah!
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