Saturday, October 09, 2004

Mullah's To Kerry: Sounds Great!

John Kerry has proposed a naive and dangerous foreign policy. He has stated that we should return to bilateral talks with North Korea. He has stated that he will pull our troops out of Iraq within six months, then within his first term. But the most naive, dangerous idea he has proposed to date is the selling of nuclear fuel to Iran. He believes that the US should guarantee nuclear fuel be sold to Iran, that Iran should be allowed to keep it's nuclear reactors, and that the UN should monitor the Iranian Mullah's to ensure that they live up to their end of the bargain and not build nuclear weapons.

John Edwards was the first to make their policy towards Iran public, and the idea was repeated by John Kerry in the first presidential debate. the day after the first debate, Iran responded that they would never accept the deal. Now however, they have changed their mind:

Hossein Mousavian, head of the foreign policy committee at Iran's Supreme National Security Council, said Iran would review the proposal.

"Iran welcomes any constructive proposal from any American candidate," Mousavian told Reuters in an interview. "We are willing to consider constructive proposals from Americans," he added.

But he said Iran, as a signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), should be allowed to pursue its "peaceful nuclear program."

"Our legitimate right of pursuing peaceful nuclear technology should be considered,"


In other words, Iran would accept the nuclear fuel and use the gift to continue to pursue nuclear weapons. John Kerry would in effect be supplying the mad Mullahs with one of the components needed to create an atom bomb. OF COURSE THEY WOULD ACCEPT THE DEAL! What would they have to lose? They have watched the corrupt and feckless UN deal with their next door neighbor for 12 years. They surely learned the art of fooling inspectors from Saddam. So under Kerry's plan they would get more fuel oil than they could produce and suffer no consequences.

Senator Kerry I have a great idea for another plank in your foreign policy platform. North Korea has had trouble building the guidance systems for their Taepo-Dong series ballistic missiles. Why don't you give the technology to them in exchange for their promise to not use it? That makes sense right? Hans Blix is probably off the book tour by now, I am sure he has time to travel to Pyonyang and keep an eye on Kim Jong Il. When North Korea uses the technology to produce a missile that can hit the western shore of the United Staes you can hold a summit.

John Kerry, the mad Mullah's best friend.

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