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Showing once again that you don't need actions if you've got words, our State Department has put together a resolution concerning Iran's nuclear program ---done with the help of our good friends in France, Germany, and Canada--- and soon to be submitted to the International Atomic Energy Agency.
The resolution calls on Iran to clarify outstanding issues related to its nuclear program, including its highly enriched uranium program, by November 25[...]And, surprisingly, there's this:
It also calls on Iran to immediately suspend all uranium enrichment and centrifuge activities.But, unsurprisingly, there's this (emphasis mine):
The United States had wanted to refer Iran to the United Nations to face possible sanctions if it did not comply with demands.Here, then, is the face of multilateralism. We happen to know that Iran is run by a bunch of repressive and oppressive Jew- and Christian-hating theocrats who believe in keeping the Middle East as unstable as they can. They are at war, ideologically, with the Great and Little Satans. And they'd like to have the tools to take that war to the final level of confrontation. Does Europe not know this? The Israelis do. We do. If we can't move these august bodies of deliberation (such the UN and the EU and the IAEA) to act in the world's best interests and keep as many Islamofascists as possible from getting ahold of The Bomb, then you know what comes next, dhimmi.
But after days of talks in Vienna, Austria, the countries agreed on this language as "a compromise" to the Europeans[...]
You really do.