Sunday, January 15, 2006

Mahmoud's Wisdom Corner

And now, boys and girls, it is time for another installment of words of wisdom from Iranian president, in our new segment Mahmoud's Wisdom Corner ... Iran's president stood fast Saturday behind his decision to resume uranium enrichment research, shrugging off threats of international sanctions while his Foreign Ministry invited Europe and the U.N. nuclear watchdog back to the negotiating table.
In a ringing defense of his government's move, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Tehran had not violated the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, which he said allows signatories to produce nuclear fuel.
On Tuesday, Iran removed some U.N. seals from its main uranium enrichment facility in Natanz, central Iran, and resumed research on nuclear fuel (including small-scale enrichment) after a 2 1/2-year freeze.
Although I am against it, I hope his generals recognize that this man's agenda is truly a threat to the Shi'ite's regime in this country and everything Ayatollah Khomeini worked so hard to create and remove him from power, or we can do it for them, soon ...


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