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Tuesday, August 22, 2006


Iran is asking for more negotiations

Yes, why should they bother, if talking about talks is working so well - and is providing them all the time they need for finishing their little nuke project – against the concern that dear Annan’s baby expresses so well.

Finally, after providing enough suspense for several Hitchcock movies, Ali Larijani, top negotiator on Iran’s nuclear program, offers more of the same:

On Tuesday, Iran's top nuclear negotiator, Ali Larijani, hand-delivered his government's response to ambassadors of Britain, China, Russia, France, Germany and Switzerland — which represents U.S. interests — nine days before a Security Council deadline for Iran to halt uranium enrichment or face economic and political sanctions.

Larijani refused to disclose whether the response included an offer to suspend uranium enrichment. But the semiofficial Fars news agency reported that Iran rejected calls to suspend "nuclear activities" — or uranium enrichment — and "instead has offered a new formula to resolve the issues through dialogue."

The state-run television quoted Larijani as telling the diplomats Iran "is prepared as of Aug. 23rd (Wednesday) to enter serious negotiations" with the countries that proposed the incentives package.

So that’s it, yet more negotiations, and more time for Tehran’s mad mullahs to finish their nuclear project. Are we heading for another great show of Munich-like appeasement, and will we be watching a Middle East take over in a couple of years?

I’ll just add a word of advice to Syria’s Hassan. As his country’s sympathy towards Iran nowadays, back in 1939 Poland’s sympathy for Germany’s regime wasn’t enough to stop their invasion and division between the Nazis and the Soviets.

UPDATE: Captain Ed comments:
Ahmadinejad may want to try to bring the 12th Imam out on his timetable to speed up the end of the world as we know it. We still have the ability to end Ahmadinejad's world in a hell of a hurry, and that a thousand times over. The 12th Imam won't even have climbed aboard his winged horse before we can turn Teheran into a glass farm. Why don't we recall that we are not helpless children in the face of Islamic millenial nonsense?

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