Thursday, June 17, 2004

Iran and its silly morals

Iran's president said his country had no "moral" obligation to stop enriching uranium even as support grew for a resolution reprimanding - but not punishing - the country for blocking a U.N. probe of its nuclear activities.

The draft appeared to echo the sentiments of IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei, who said Monday in unusually blunt comments that his agency's probe "can't go on forever."

The IAEA may not be they gun them up shoot them up group that we want them to be, but i think that everyone on that board knows what a rouge country with a nuke can do. I hope they take their job very serious.

They had better take their job very seriously they can hit some parts of the EU. And the EU has close ties to NATO, which we are a part of. Once we get involved we will just blow stuff up.


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