Saturday, April 10, 2010

A World Without Zionist Nukes (But Lots of Iranian Ones)

Just when you think the world can't get any nuttier, it does:
Iran is preparing to hold an international conference on nuclear disarmament on April 17th and 18th.
Apart from officials and representatives from more than 60 countries, representatives and authorities from various international and non-governmental entities have been invited to the two-day conference dubbed "Nuclear energy for all, Nuclear weapons for none."

The conference comes as the international community is deeply disturbed by thousands of nuclear warheads in Western countries including the United States as well as Israel's stockpile of 200 nuclear warheads.

"The Tehran conference seeks to help end discrimination in the implementation of nuclear disarmament treaties and to reach a comprehensive international treaty for real nuclear disarmament in the world," Iranian ambassador to Denmark Morteza Damanpak Jami told reporters on Friday...
Don't love how they lasso the lingo of "human rights" ("end discrimination" my bodacious Zionist arse) and haul it into the nuclear sphere? Now, that's chutzpah!

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