Thursday, October 27, 2005

Iran Condemned

In the middle of the night I heard on the BBC (I got to bed with the radio on) that France, Canada, Great Britain and couple of other countries strongly condemned the anti-Israel, genocidal statements uttered out of Iran the other day.

Good.

I don't know what affect it will have on Iran's behavior, and I'm disgusted that only a few countries out of hundreds in the world saw fit to condemn Iran's genocidal threats, but it's still a good thing.

People need to understand what sort of regime we are dealing with here. The destruction of Israel is not some new fad among Iran's rulers, but merely a rearticulation of their policy since 1979. The only "good" thing about Ahmedinejad's statements was that it reminded a forgetful world about the evil, genocidal and fanatical nature of the Iranian regime, and others similar to it.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Remember that the Iranian regime is deeply unpopular among the majority of Iranians...but didn't we say the same thing about Saddam?

If regime change there must be, let it be done by Iranians, and not our own young soldiers.

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