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Uh…Pardon Moi…Did You Say WAR Mon Ami?

Posted by Mark on September 17, 2007

Ever read a headline that makes you do a DOUBLE TAKE? Yah…well I stumbled across one this morning. I kid you not, and it came from a French minister– no less!

France: Prepare for war over Iran

France’s foreign minister warned Sunday that the world should prepare for war if Iran obtains nuclear weapons and said European leaders were considering their own economic sanctions against the Islamic country.

Negotiations and two sets of U.N. Security Council sanctions have failed to persuade Iran to stop its uranium enrichment program, a process that can produce fuel for nuclear power plants as well as material used in atomic weapons.

Iran insists its atomic activities are aimed only at producing energy, but the U.S., its European allies and other world powers suspect Iranian authorities of seeking nuclear weapons.

Let’s remember this moment, shall we?

Uh…just in case Pelosi and her merry band of idiots inside the Democratic Party begin accusing George Dubya of inciting a war with Iran. This assessment came from France. Yah…those brawling warmongers, the French. Whose national flag is one large field of SOLID WHITE.

And is only raised and lowered during conflict with others.

3 Responses to “Uh…Pardon Moi…Did You Say WAR Mon Ami?”

  1. Paul B said

    I believe France act in the framework of the UN, as they did when US invaded Iraq on fabricated facts. They said “be aware of the difficulties”. They where right.

  2. Mark said

    But it’s a new day in France, mon ami. Sarkozy is in charge, and is hated by Chirac and Villepin on the “right”, and by the Socialists on the left. Not bad references, if one believes that we are judged by our choice of enemies as much as by our choice of allies.

    Of course, he’s got a whole lot of surrender history to overcome…

    For a biography of Sarkozy, see this well referenced article in Wikipedia.

  3. Craig said

    Did you even link and read the article?

    “We will not accept that such a bomb is made. We must prepare ourselves for the worst,” he said, specifying that could mean a war. He did not elaborate on what kind of preparations that would entail.

    “We have decided, while negotiations are under way … to prepare for eventual sanctions outside the United Nations, which would be European sanctions,” he said.”

    Outside the UN….means just that.

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