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June 8, 2006

Ahmadinejad: No Concessions Over Nuclear Rghts

Topics: Iran

ahmadinejad-b copy.jpgLeave it to the REAL "CHIEF ISLAMOTHUG" - Ahmadinejad, to put a damper on an otherwise good news day in the Middle East:

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Thursday that there would be no concession over Iran's right to pursue nuclear technology, indicating that Tehran would reject the new international proposals to defuse the crisis around Iran's nuclear programme.

'We will never ever make any concessions or negotiations on our legitimate right and will not allow the West to tell us what to do and what to decide,' the president said in a speech in Qazvin, central Iran, which was broadcast live on the news network Khabar.

'The West would make a grave mistake in believing that the Iranian nation would negotiate about its destiny because Iran would not retreat one iota from its undeniable rights to pursue peaceful nuclear technology,' Ahmadinejad added.

The president called on the Iranian nation to maintain its vigilance and resistance 'until realisation of all its rights and until getting full access to all dimensions of peaceful nuclear technology.'

'Regardless of whether the West gets angry or not, the Iranian nation will not withdraw from its path in progressing in all modern technologies,' he said.

Like I keep saying - Iran can't be trusted to live up to any agreements in the first place, let alone expect them to actually agree with a common sense approach to resolving the nuclear crisis over Iran's dead-set determination to develop nuclear weapons. It's simply naive to think otherwise.

As I've pointed to in the past, let's not forget Iran's 20 year history of cheat and deceit! The REAL solution to the Iranian crisis is Zarqawi today - Ahmadinejad and Iran's nuclear facilities, tomorow!

On the other hand, as Victor Davis Hansen says:

Most Americans, though, probably understand the current U.S. position. We are resigned to the fact that Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, is both unhinged and eager to get his own nukes - and that we must somehow stop him at the 11th hour.
So maybe we should give Iran eough rope!

Posted by Richard at June 8, 2006 12:20 PM



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