Saturday, September 16, 2006

Rogue Nations Blame America and Israel

I am absolutely stunned about the Thug's Roundtable would choose such themes. Here is what North Korea's No. 2 said:

[Korea] "would not need even a single nuclear weapon if there no longer existed a U.S. threat," and said U.S. financial sanctions have "driven the situation into an unpredictable phase."

Kim, the leader of Parliament, blamed the lack of world peace on the United States, saying its failure to respect the sovereignty of other nations has destroyed "the international order."

And President Good Hair of Iran said:

Many at the summit demanded the United Nations take action against U.S. veto power in the Security Council.

"The U.S. is turning the Security Council into a base for imposing its politics," Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad complained. "Why should people live under the nuclear threat of the U.S.?"

And I move that the U.S. take action against the U.N. and boot the whole kit and kaboodle to, say, Iran, the country or peace, freedom and openness.

Meanwhile, B'nai B'rith blasts back at NAM calls for Israel to leave Gaza:
B'nai B'rith suggests NAM direct its energies to concentrate on solutions to pressing problems in their own home nations, such as human rights, poverty, lack of access to clean water and AIDS.
That sounds like a nice start, too.

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