February 27, 2006

Multilateralism - Or What does Feisty Think

Uranium-enriching Iranian president Mahmoud "Wipe Israel Off the Map" Ahmadinejad told journalists at a press conference in Kuwait that 'his country supports calls for making the Middle East a nuclear arms-free zone, but he also urged the United States and Russia to give up all their atomic weapons as a threat to the region's stability.'

The world is laughing at you, dude, not with you. Who do you think we are, a bunch of chumps?


He thinks we're all a bunch of Jimmy Carters, hence holding us hostage is easy.

Iran already has a bomb, they just don't have the nuclear infrastructure to make more of them. They need uranium enrichment systems and more radioactive material.

Having one or two bombs doesn't do you any good, if you intend to actually use them. Cause if you give them to a terroist and he uses them, what do you have left to protect your own arse from American fury?

You got to be like NK. If nobody knows how many bombs you got, then you're safe. So long as you don't use them.

If Iran really is trying to get enough materials for 3 to 5 to 10 bombs, then they are intending to use them. NK only needs like 2 bombs, which is the current estimate, because NK doesn't want to use the bombs so much as use it to threaten in order to get stuff so they can keep the masses oppressed.

As I said before when the Democrats were calling Bush a unilateralist, the Democrats were lying. Bush isn't a unilateralist, he is a multilateralist, and God save America from multilateralism.

Multilateralism didn't get Theodore Roosevelt's Face on Mount Rushmore btw.

If George Washington had been a multilateralist, we'd still be British. We'd have gotten our independence around the time Canada did. Multilateralism is a very flawed philosophy. What do you expect out of an adolescent based foundation for policy making?

"We believe the dimensions of national heartbeats are greater than village impulses, greater than city demands, greater than state dreams or ambitions. Therefore, we believe a nation's memorial should, like Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt, have a serenity, a nobility, a power that reflects the gods who inspired them and suggests the gods they have become."

Woah, we have God inspired leaders? Man, better tell the Jihadist in Iran that, I don't think they got the memo.

If Bush told Iran that our God inspired nuclear weapons and our God like leaders in the military will obliterate Iran... would not Iran have to take such rhetoric seriously?

Diplomacy should be about speaking the other guy's language, not about trying to teach him your own. In such cases, the problem is always, multiculturalism and multilateralism never were based upon true diplomacy.

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