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Wednesday, February 16, 2005

"WHAT TO DO WITH IRAN" - WHEN THOSE WHO TRIED TO BLOCK THE IRAC WAR ARE RUSHING TO HELP THEM

By Jacqueline, PelicanPost.blogspot - 16 Feb 2005

While everyone is oohing and ahhing over the warm and toasty feel good diplomacy between the United Nations and the Europeans lately, some of the same suspects who fought the U.S. on the Irac War and aided Saddam Hussein in circumventing sanctions resulting from the Gulf War treaty he signed to hang onto his tyrannic rule in Irac are now aiding Iran and Syria and preparing to abandon sanctions against Iran---even as both Iran and Syria are actively cooperating and engaging in terrorism in Irac against not only the Iraqi people, but also U.S. and allied troops.

What's wrong with this picture? Now that the duplicity of Russia, France and Germany is now being openly flaunted with their support and help for Iran---a terrorist member of the "Axis of Evil," we have no choice but to recognize that they have chosen to be "against us" and "with the terrorists."

Read more in excerpts article below---with link to entire article:

"What to Do With Iran" - By Caroline B. Glick February 16, 2005
*****Five Stars and a must read

"....Security Council veto-wielding members are making it clear that far from supporting sanctions against Iran, they are warming their ties to Teheran.

Iran's official news agency, IRNA, reported on Wednesday that Standard Charter Bank of Britain will be the second European bank to open a branch in the Iranian free trade zone on the island of Kish. The first bank, the Iran-Europe Commercial Bank, opened last month and is jointly owned by German and Iranian investors.

Also Wednesday, the Russian Embassy in Teheran announced that over the weekend former Russian prime minister Yevgeny Primakov will lead the heads of more than 30 Russian companies on a visit to Iran, where they will sign an agreement setting up a joint Russian-Iranian trade council. More disturbingly, on Monday it was reported that the head of Russia's Atomic Energy Agency, Aleksandr Rumyantsev, will be traveling to Iran later in the month to sign an agreement for supplying Iran with nuclear fuel for its Russian-built nuclear plant in Bushehr.

And on Sunday, Iran and Russia signed an agreement for a joint Russian, French and German program to develop the Zohre satellite for Iran. The program includes the provision of training for Iranian scientists that will enable them to develop independent capabilities in space launches and technologies...." frontpagemag

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